CLT’s 2015-16 season kicks off Oct. 2–9 with Norm Foster’s “Kiss the Moon

See a teaser for CLT season opener at Sept. 15 meeting

The Comox Valley’s award-winning community theatre group, Courtenay Little Theatre (CLT), is kicking off its 2015-16 season with “Kiss the Moon, Kiss the Sun” by Norm Foster, opening at the Sid Williams Theatre Oct. 2– 9.

A “teaser” scene from this endearingly touching drama will be featured at CLT’s first general meeting Tuesday, Sept. 15 at 7 p.m. at the club’s Space, 1625 McPhee Ave. (off the parking lot).

Members of the community are welcome to attend.  Coffee and tea will be available at 7 p.m., a short business meeting will follow at 7:15 p.m. and then the floor will be turned over to director Kirstin Humpherys and her cast for a sneak preview of the fall show.

CLT is launching its 55th season with a new addition to its ticket package lineup.  The popular season’s discount package, which gives access to all three CLT 2015-16 shows, will be on sale until Oct. 9 and will allow patrons to see all three shows in the 2015-16 season for $45.

A new option this season is the Flex Pass, which will be available for purchase until April 16 2016.  For the price of five tickets, patrons will receive six vouchers that may be used for any combination of shows in the 2015-16 season.

CLT’s production of “Kiss the Moon, Kiss the Sun” will be followed by the Christmas musical, “It’s a Wonderful Life” Dec. 28 to Jan. 3, and Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” April 8–16.

The 55th season kicks off with a Season Opening Gala at the Sid Williams Theatre 6:30 p.m. Oct. 2. Come and join us for some pre-show nibbles and the music of the Luke Blu Guthrie Band before the show starts at 7:30 p.m.

 

For more information on CLT, visit our website at courtenaylittletheatre.com

 

 

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