Six Decades of Tradition
The Williams Lake theatre scene had been pretty much a hit-and-miss affair until one of Canada’s most noted playwrights – Gwen Pharis Ringwood—moved to Williams Lake in 1953.
It wasn’t long after her arrival in Williams Lake that the embers of theatre roared to life.
About the Theatre
Over the course of its performance season, the WLSTS will produce three to five plays of a diverse nature. Auditions for all plays are posted publicly and people from all backgrounds, culture and status are welcome.
No experience is ever required to audition or help with a Williams Lake Studio Theatre production or operations.
The Williams Lake Studio Theatre Society is managed by volunteer man-hours only.
Williams Lake Studio Theatre Society sells tickets for each of its performances. Current prices range from $10.00 to $15.00, with a further discount on Wednesdays.
There is a two - tier ticket price, with seniors and students paying the lesser charge. Musicals are usually more expensive to produce therefore the ticket cost is slightly higher.
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With any part you play, there is a certain amount of yourself in it. There has to be, otherwise it's just not acting. It's lying.