Music & Book by James Valcq. Lyrics & Book by Fred Alley. Based on the film by Lee David Zlotoff

June 16 to September 2, 2017

”Poignant and spine-chilling! A show with universal appeal!” – Joel Hirschhorn, Variety

A feisty parolee starts over again in a small town, and finds herself working at the Spitfire Grill. But news of her past makes her attempt at a second chance more difficult than expected. An uplifting folk musical about unlikely friendships, redemption, and a place to call home.

To reserve call 1-800-267-7553 or  Buy Tickets Now  

 
Looking for Something More...? Check out our Engage Events for The Spitfire Grill.

Friday Talk-backs- Every Friday after the performance (excluding Opening Night)
Fridays with Morris - Come and go starting at approx 7pm upstairs in the Encana Conference Centre.
Behind-the-Scenes Tour - Post-matinee.
Mysteries of Rosebud Tour - Noon to 1:15pm.
True Stories - Check out our True Stories dates for our other shows.
Spotlight Series - Check out our Spotlight dates for our other shows.
Sneak Peek and Eat - Check our our Sneak Peek and Eat dates for our other shows.


THE SPITFIRE GRILL CAST

Alix Cowman 17

Alixandra Cowman
Percy Talbott

 Elinor Holt 17

Elinor Holt
Hannah Ferguson

 Cassia Schmidt 17

Cassia Schmidt
Shelby Thorpe

 Paul Muir 17

Paul F. Muir*
Caleb Thorpe

 Travis Friesen 17

Travis Friesen
Sheriff Joe Sutter

 Marie Russell 17

Marie Russell
Effy Krayneck

 Nathan Schmidt 17

Nathan Schmidt
The Visitor

 

 Kaitlyn Sloboda 17

Kaitlyn Sloboda
Pianist

 Julie Hereish 17

Julie Hereish
Cellist

ARTISTIC PERSONNEL

Director - Morris Ertman*
Music Director - Bill Hamm
Asst. Music Director - Bethany Wickens
Scenic Designer - Carolyn Rapanos
Costume Designer - Terrilee Shannon
Lighting Designer - Becky Halterman

Stage Manager - Brad G. Graham

 

 

ACCOLADES

2002 Outer Critics Circle Award Nomination for Best Musical

2002 Drama League Award Nomination for Best Musical

"The best musical of 2001!"
John Simon, New York Magazine

"one of the most heartfelt musicals of recent years, its homespun charms as inviting as a warm winter blanket."
Talkin’ Broadway

"Soulful and transcendent"
John Simon, New York Magazine

"Poignant and spine-chilling! A show with universal appeal!"
Joel Hirschhorn, Variety

"Sends you home feeling warm all over!"
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

 

 *The participation of these Artists are arranged by permission of Canadian Actors’ Equity Association under the provisions of the Dance-Opera-Theatre Policy

 

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