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Nipawin Centennial Players Production of

Maria’s Place

Dinner Theatre on November 21st & 22nd, 2013

At Nipawin Royal Canadian Legion Hall (328 1st Ave. E.)

marias place

Back: Jani Burgess, Rayna Dotzler, Morgan Buyaki, Erwin Banaria, Tammy Miller, Leah Hildebrand, Anne Boxall
  Front: Pat Butt, Rob Berday


Don’t anyone mess with Maria and try to force her to do anything she doesn’t want to do!

Playwright – Doreen M. Bleich

Meal prepared by Just For You Catering

Cost - $30.00 per person

Program: Cocktails (cash bar) – 5:45 PM

              Dinner – 6:30 PM

              Theatre – 8:00 PM

Tickets available at Harold’s Sports & Shoes – phone 862-2288


Nipawin Centennial Players Production of

ALL ABOARD

Dinner Theatre on November 22nd & 23rd, 2012

at the Nipawin Royal Canadian Legion Hall (328 1st Ave. E.)

highland tours


Cast Back row: Verda Hoppe, Heidi Hoppe, Rob Berday Front row: Matthew Ens, Erwin Banaria, Morgan Buyaki, Jani Burgess

 

What could possibly go wrong when a group of tourists meet on a bus tour in Scotland?

Playwright - Doreen M. Bleich

Meal prepared by Just For You Catering

Cost is $30.00 per person

Program:

Cocktails (cash bar) – 6:00 PM

Dinner – 6:30 PM

Theatre – 8:00 PM

Tickets must be purchased by November 16th at

Harold's Sports & Shoes

Phone 862-2288 or Fax 862-5443


Benson’s Corner

Dinner Theatres on November 17th & 18th, 2011 at the Nipawin Legion Hall (328 1st Ave. E.)

The play – A one-act comedy. Mrs. Benson, who runs a corner store, is a snoop and gossip. As a result, she sometimes finds herself in trouble with people in her community.

Playwright - Doreen M. Bleich

Cast – from L to R - Peter Foy, Matthew Ens, Jani Dotzler, Heidi Hoppe, Mel McCorriston,         
In front - Morgan Buyaki      Missing – Toni Sim


 

How High’s the Water?

A Comedy One-Act Play by Doreen M. Bleich

Dinner Theatre Nov. 18 & 19, 2010

Performed at the Nipawin Legion Hall
328 1st Ave. E., Nipawin

Chaos reigns when the Riverview Retirement Home is threatened by flood waters.

Dinner Theatre:
Cocktails      6:00
(cash bar)
Dinner          6:30
Theatre         8:00

Meal prepared by
Just for You
Catering

Cost is $27.50
per person

Cast: Back row left to right - Pat Butt, Mel McCorriston, Hughene Day,
Darwyn Worsley, Morgan Buyaki, Shannon Steeg & Heidi Hoppe
Front row - Anne Boxall, Al Pinkney & Tammy Murphy

Saving Christmas

          This comedy was written and directed by Doreen M. Bleich. It played to sellout audiences in November 2007. Santa is kidnapped and Mrs. Clause and the elves must figure out who took Santa and rescue him in time for Christmas.

The Cast – at the back – Laurie Lauten (Mrs. Claus), Darwyn Worsley (Santa)

The elves – L to R – Grant Berge, Cindy Brisbin, Shannon Butt, Deanna Hawkins, Hughene Day, Pat Butt, Ryan Kiedrowski

Kneeling – the kidnappers – Kevin Smith, Chris Umpherville

 

The Nipawin Centennial Players, in partnership with LP Miller High School and the Nipawin Legion performed Dead Man Talking on November 23 & 24, 2006. The dinner theatre included this one act comedy written and directed by local writer Doreen M. Bleich. The play is a humorous look at a man who comes to terms with his… let’s say… not so perfect life after he suddenly passes on.

Cast of Dead Man Talking :
Standing – L to R – Diane Berge, Kerry Schreiner, Lynn Johnson, Shannon Steeg
Seated – L to R – Garrett Tatlow, Hughene Day, Tanya Doucette, Ryan Kiedrowski


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The production of Maybe Next Year by the Nipawin Centennial Players ran from April 21 to 24, 2005. The play was written and directed by Doreen M. Bleich and is loosely based on her great-grandmother’s experiences. A widow with five children decides to build a new life for her family on a Saskatchewan homestead in the early 1900’s.

Cast of Maybe Next Year:

BACK ROW – L to R – Bryce Anderson, Mac Valleau, Shannon Steeg, Henry Boisvert, Garrett Tatlow, Doreen Bleich (Director), Jason Love

FRONT ROW – Kerry Schreiner, Roxanne Suchan, Hughene Day, Rorie Pinkney, Gracen Steeg, Mel McCorriston, Rob Berday

 

HOMEGROWN

A Two-Act Play by Doreen M. Bleich

 

 

 

 

We'll Meet Again

This one act play written by Doreen M. Bleich is a nostalgic romance, set in England during WW II. Two Canadians meet in England but their plans for the future are disrupted by the war. It presents an opportunity for veterans to reminisce and young people to learn.


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L to R: Mel McCorriston, Curt Cummings, Whitney Rogers, Shannon Steeg, Doreen Bleich, Vince Suchan, Tammy Murphy, Tabatha Lundholm, Tessa Opp, Tyler Clarke

 

 

 

 


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HOMEGROWN is a comical look at farming and where our food come from. It stars:
       Mel McCorriston,

       Hughene Day,
       Whitney Rogers and
      
Tammy Murphy.