Hear classic mystery radio plays and ghost stories, produced by Western Canada Theatre

Western Canada Theatre offers a bowlful of theatrical treats to Kamloops audiences of all ages this Hallowe’en, both in-person and online, with Tales from the Stage, Tales from the Graveyard, and Tales from the Cookie Jar.

“While it is with heavy hearts and optimistic minds that we have suspended our subscription season, this Hallowe’en series is a taste of the vibrant, innovative micro-productions, celebrating the work of terrific local artists,” says WCT marketing director Catrina Crowe. “Some of these experiences will be offered in-person, some will be streamed straight into your living rooms, and some will be offered as a combination. All will offer great entertainment and intrigue.”

Everyone will be required to wear masks when in the lobbies or common areas, until they are seated in their seat in the theatre. Patrons are ask that you bring your own mask; if required, single-use masks will be available. Once seated, the use of masks is optional. Social distancing of at least two metres (6 feet) will be in effect throughout the venue.

Tales from the Stage promises a spooktacular theatrical evening– performed live! The classic mystery radio plays and ghost stories are performed by Dawn Bergstrom, Sheldon Bergstrom, Tracey Power and Kirk Smith. Directed by WCT artistic director James MacDonald.

Friday, October 30, 7:30pm at the Pavilion Theatre (sold out)
Saturday, October 31, at 2:00pm
In-person– $35 or $65 (with a $30 Donation to WCT),

On-line: beginning live at 7:30pm, Oct. 30, and then available through Nov. 1
$15 (Individual Price), $25 (Household), $65 (with a $50 Donation to WCT),
or $5 (COVID Price)

Tickets at https://www.wctlive.ca/halloween2020.htm

Tales from the Graveyard broadcast October 26 to November 1, Free on WCT’s Facebook and website offering real-life stories of murder, mayhem, and the supernatural – set in Kamloops!


Tales from the Cookie Jar offers three videos full of fun Hallowe’en activities and stories for little ones. There are crafts and stories and games that the whole family can join and get in the Hallowe’en spirit!

Created and led by Stage One theatre instructors, Terri Runnalls, Jessica Buchanan, and Brittney Martens and broadcast free on WCT’s Facebook and website

Further details – including COVID-safety protocols in place for the in-person performance – are available at www.wctlive.ca.