Our regular season run of When the Wind Blows wrapped up on Saturday, April 30 to great audience reviews. If you missed it, it was a great show, centred on a retired English couple who hopelessly reminisce about World War II in the face of a pending nuclear strike at the height of the Cold War.
This was also our entry in the 2022 Okanagan Zone Theatre Festival, where it was recoginzed for the following awards:
What audience members said about When the Wind Blows:
Saw the show last night. Poignant, powerful, funny and frightening. Really enjoyed it. Hope you get the crowds it deserves. Well done to all of you. - Sylvia S. (Osoyoos)
I was at the opening night. Ritchie and Margie were awesome - I never thought two people could carry a whole show, but you proved me wrong! - Miles K. (Penticton)
Saw the show last night ….I would recommend it to anybody….great play...great acting. - June J. (Oliver)
Enjoyed the show. Acting was spot on. The set was well done and the audio-visuals were frighteningly effective. -Scott M. (Oliver)
I've been privileged to watch this extremely satisfying play. A cast that has chemistry and weaves its magic. The story is poignant, it echoes todays international mayhem. This play was written 40 years ago but it could have been yesterday. Thank you Ritchie, Margi, set designers, cast, crew, M/C and myriad behind the scenes supports... - Jill M. (Kelowna)
Great play! Glad I went. Valeria D.
Amazing show. Bittersweet as this is going on now in Ukraine. Let there be peace. - Doris K.
Excellent acting. Kept me engaged the entire time. - Colleen M.
Very well done! - Nicole N. (Penticton)
Wonderful show. So well done. Difficult to watch at times. Thank you. - Lefa S. (Saskatchewan)
Well done. I cried. Especially when this world of ours is in such a horrific state. Peace and Love is all we need. Imagine… - Wendy C. (Oliver)