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Stefani Hilton-Dueck
· December 27, 2017
Always love live theatre, but very curious if it is normal to not have sound for the actors. I have decent hearing and I missed a lot because they talked to quietly. Never been to this theatre, so was nice to try it out (usually do Surrey Arts Center). See More
Gea Kaur
· March 7, 2017
Can't wait! White Rock Beach is to Surrey what Long Beach is to California ;) I love spending summers here with my family. Hoping to bring back the sand castle building event and live music this year!... Also Rocky Mountain Eyewear on Victoria Avenue is a great little place to shop for glasses. Its located steps from the beach. It just opened up behind the Boathouse Restaurant.. Stop in sometime.. you will be impressed! They offer FREE Sight Testing and 1 Hour Free Customer Parking. See More
Samantha Bob
· August 28, 2017
Comfy seats. Beautiful theater. Very well kept. And super nice staff!!
Linda McCray Stokes
· January 14, 2017
Excellent venue, comfortable seats, excellent parking. Only complaint was the house lights during the show weren't lowered quite enough and were bothersome at times; but it wouldn't deter me from goin...g back. Looking forward to seeing more shows at this theatre. See More
Terry Sikora
· February 16, 2017
We saw The Graduate last night and it was fantastic! All the actors did a wonderful job! If you haven't seen it already, be sure to get your tickets before the show ends on February 25th.
Jeremy Johanson
· November 30, 2016
I loved Alice in Wonderland. It was stupendous! I think all friends and family young or older should experience this once.
Amanda Mathisen
· December 23, 2016
Pantomime is a Family tradition since my brother and I were wee!! Now we come with our children too! Great Job White Rock Players!
Joe Kovach
· January 14, 2017
Fantastic venue. Have seen many shows here and have not been disappointed. Last nights show was very good.
Lynne Sinclair
· April 24, 2017
Great community theatre with comfy seats. The play was hilarious and very well directed and acted.
Connie Aylett
· December 22, 2016
Awesome. Laughed the whole way through. Cute rendition of Alice in Wonderland
Helen Brychka
· December 19, 2016
They never answer the phone, nor do they post there hours on their answering service,.................
Pat McClean
· May 4, 2017
only 3 performances left. Get your tickets before they're sold out!!
Lawrie Marlene Chubb
· November 30, 2016
The show was great and all the people did a great job
Sue Womersley
· November 21, 2016
We enjoyed the evening the Barra MacNeils played
Jenny Johnson
· June 29, 2017
Beautiful venue!! Saw Leading Ladies and it was a fantastic show!!! We loved it!!!

It is closing night ~ such mixed feelings!! 🙃 Thank you White Rock, British Columbia for an amazing run of DON'T DRESS FOR DINNER ~ and especially thank you for braving the wild weather all you fantastic patrons! There are still a few tickets left for tonight...…


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It is Friday night! Wondering what to wear for dinner? 🤭

We are down to two shows left of DON'T DRESS FOR DINNER!…

Just 3 shows left! Tonight, Friday and Saturday @ 8pm.

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Enjoyed the show very much!
Amazing quality in our local theatre 🎭
Love the comedy."… 💋🎫 online anytime, or through the Box Office Wed through Sat 1pm-5pm!

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The White Rock Players' Club is a theatre company in White Rock that produces gripping, moving and entertaining plays at the Coast Capital Playhouse.

It's week three of DON'T DRESS FOR DINNER! (Sigh... the final week )

Tonight is SOLD OUT!! There are still great seats for Thursday, Friday and Saturday! - don't miss this show!…

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I attended this play on Saturday, February 17th. I was thoroughly entertained. It was brilliant. I'd seen this play performed before professionally. For a community theatre to perform this play in such an amazing manner speaks highly of all who were involved. The stage set was perfect. The costumes were excellent. The direction first class, and the acting tight and flawless. Great comedic chops all around. Please bring this cast, crew and director back for more of this artistic fare. Congratulations to all for their contributions to this wonderful White Rock production!!

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MEET THE CAST: Greg Tunner ~ George

Don’t Dress for Dinner is Greg Tunner’s first appearance with WRPC. Greg will tell you he’s a construction contractor, but according to director Julianne Christie, “he is an Actor through and through!” Greg began working in the industry in late 2014 in SAE background as a distraction from his day job (and as a mid-life challenge). He was immediately draw in further by the wonderful and creative people he met on every... set. He has already received several actor and principal credits in indie and short films, a few commercials and TV shows, and recently landed his first actor role in a feature film. He is thrilled to be included in this production with a fun character that perfectly suits his size and demeanor. Greg is a rare ‘born and raised Vancouverite’ and currently lives in Cloverdale.

Tickets for this final week are available online… or through the Box Office Wed-Sat 1pm-5pm. Don't miss it!

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MEET THE CAST: Jenn Lane ~ Suzette

We are so excited to have Jenn back on the WRPC stage! “I am beyond thrilled & honoured to be given the opportunity to give life to the role of Suzette. This is such a remarkable cast & brilliant crew – they’ve made it so much fun!”


Jenn’ s previous roles with WRPC consist of: Mildred in the 2015 Panto Cinderella; Amanda Prynne in the 2016 production of Private Lives; Sylvie in the 2016 Female Odd Couple; the White Rabbit in the 2016 Panto Alice in wonderland. Jenn also was Olive in Royal Canadian Theatre Co’ s, Dark and Stormy Night.

She thanks Julianne for being such a gifted and patient director and teacher. Special thanks to her beautiful daughters for their immense support. “If it wasn’t for them, this opportunity wouldn’t have been possible. Hope you enjoy the show!”

Tickets available online… or through the Box Office Wednesday-Saturday 1pm-5pm. Get your seats for the last week of the show!

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MEET THE CAST: Rebecca Sutherland ~ Suzanne

Rebecca is joining White Rock Players’ for the first time since she moved into the area. She grew up in Chilliwack where she was heavily involved in theatre both in school and the community. After 3 years of University, Rebecca took off traveling and has spent most of the last 7 years living & working in Canada, New Zealand and Australia. While in Australia she had the pleasure of acting in a touring show arou...nd Queensland schools, touching on many issues facing our teens today. “Thank you to my family and friends, for always supporting my passion for theatre; Jesse for all of his encouragement and love; and to all of the hard working cast and crew for their creativity and work.”

Tickets are available online at… or through the WRPC Box Office Wednesday through Saturday 1pm-5pm.

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MEET THE CAST - Tomas Gamba ~ Robert

This is Tomas’s 2nd performance with White Rock Players. He first appeared in 2016 in Noel Coward’s Private Lives as the character Victor. Tomas has done multiple shows with the Langley Players, including playing Anthony Wilding in Enchanted April, and Neil Bannister in Victoria’s House. Through these experiences, acting has become his favorite hobby and he one day hopes to progress into a professional acting career.... “I feel very fortunate, having always found myself working with such a fantastic and talented cast and crew. Every performance I’ve been part of has brought with it wonderful memories filled with laughter and all around good times! I am very excited to be part of this show and look forward to every performance.”

Tickets are still available for tonight and next weeks shows~ don't miss this show!! Seriously.… online or through the Box Office Wed-Sat 1pm-5pm.

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We LOVE hearing from you - we are community theatre and we take such pride on bringing you the shows that keep you coming back! Hit us up here, or drop us a line here:

Here's a recent message ~
"Hi, we were at the play last night and we just have to tell you how much we LOVED it!!!! The actors were OUTSTANDING...and we were impressed with their superb performance. Most definitely one of the best plays we have ever seen!!!!


A friend recommended your play on FB and we just posted to let more friends know.

Thank you for all the laughs and for your actors level of excellence.

Paula & Kyle"

There is still time to catch this great performance! Tickets available online anytime!… or through the Box Office Wednesday - Saturday 1pm-5pm 604-536-7535

And be sure to let us know how it was!

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MEET THE CAST: Lori Tych ~ Jacqueline

Don’t Dress for Dinner is Lori’s first production with The WRPC since 2012. OMG! – How did that happen?!! Space Time Anomaly, perhaps?


“I am over the moon to be back home walking the boards of the Coast Capital Playhouse! I can’t say enough about this fabulously funny and generous cast, and the guidance of the magical, mystical, Julianne Christie. She is a director with wit, skill set, savvy (and heart!) to spare! Laughter… it’s infectious. It cures what ails you and it binds people together in intimacy and friendship. Laughter is definitely what binds this collaboration.”

Favourite roles for Lori include: Paulina Salas/Death and the Maiden; Eleanor of Aquitaine/The Lion in Winter; and Lily Garland/Twentieth Century.

Immeasurable gratitude to two dear friends who encouraged Lori to “take a look at this script.”

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Great seats for this weeks DON'T DRESS FOR DINNER, Friday and Saturday performances... stretch out your Valentine's Day celebration!

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MEET THE CAST: Dann Wilhelm ~ Bernard
This is Dann’s 11th Show with White Rock Players Club! You may remember him as the stair-tripping, cross-dresser, Jack Gable, in last seasons hit, Leading Ladies.

Dann is a multi-time CTC nominated actor and director, and is probably best known for his work in musical theatre. He has appeared as Tony in West Side Story; Motel the Tailor in Fiddler on the Roof; Jesus in Jesus Christ Superstar; and Frankie in Plaid. Dann has been known to sing with a few popular local bands, and has performed for several acclaimed concert series’ with Fighting Chance Productions. He has won awards for his performances in FVGSS productions The Pirates of Penzance and The Gondoliers. You will be able to see him onstage next in Fraser Valley Stage Productions’ The Gondoliers in Abbotsford, and in our upcoming production of August: Osage County.

Dann would like to thank his children, Willow, Cordelia and Sydney, for always sharing their light with him even in his darkest times; his parents for their endless love and support; and his best friend Jenn Lane for talking him into doing this hilarious show and being his rock. “Thanks also to Julianne, Tom and the rest of the cast and crew for being so much fun to play with!”

Performances Wed-Sat Evenings 8pm; Sunday Matinees 2:30PM ~ now through February 24th.

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Julianne Christie is a Canadian born actress/director who grew up in Seattle and Los Angeles. She is a graduate of The American Academy of Dramatic Arts, and has since spent her career working in TV, film and theatre in Hollywood, and now Hollywood North. Early film credits include The Nutty Professor, Encino Man, Bounce and Deuces Wild, and more. She has guest-starred in over 30 television series and more recent credits here in Vanco...uver include principle roles on Lucifer and The Imposters. Julianne resides in Ocean Park with her amazing husband Poppi, and their beautiful daughter Zoë.

"When casting for Don’t Dress for Dinner, I was inspired by the phenomenal talents of Lori Tych, Dann Wilhelm, Jenn Lane, Tomas Gamba, Rebecca Sutherlund, and Greg Tunner. They’ve allowed me to weave the farcical humour and language around their genius choices, and BOOM! We have a theatrical winner!

Escape into our world, where life is enchanting, obstacles seem impossible, and life is both ludicrously heartbreaking and very funny.

Laughter, especially in these times, is our best medicine. So, treat yourself! You deserve it."

Opening Tonight! Performances are Wed-Sat Evenings 8PM, Sunday Matinees at 2:30PM, until February 24th. Tickets on sale now online, or through the Box Office Wed-Sat 1pm-5pm.…

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OPENING NIGHT TONIGHT! And we are sold out! Ohhhhh, this is going to be fun! 💃🕺💫

Check out this insight from Julianne Christie Sabhaney - the amazing director of DON'T DRESS FOR DINNER

It's OPENING NIGHT at White Rock Players' Club! We checked in with director Julianne Christie to get her take on this exciting theatrical farce. Click for tickets!

Director Julianne Christie invites audiences to Don’t Dress for Dinner, where life is enchanting, obstacles seem impossible, and life is both ludicrously heartbreaking and very funny. heatre…