A Dinner Party

By Christopher Duthie

Directed by Clare Preuss

November 3rd through November 20th, Wednesdays thru Saturdays
7:30pm, shows start 8pm
$26, except Wednesdays which are pay-what-you-decide.
For tickets, visit yukontickets.com. Tickets go on sale October 20, 2021. No tickets at the door.

Prepare to laugh while you cringe! An otherwise normal dinner party between two couples quickly spirals into an absurd chaos of marriage proposals, culinary emergency and polite cannibalism. A Dinner Party is part absurdist theatre, part romantic cringe comedy, 100 percent guaranteed to entertain!

Content advisory: For ages 16+. This comedy includes swearing, intimate scenes, sexual references, nudity and polite moments of cannibalism.

Creative Team

Directed by Clare Preuss*
Featuring: Andrea Bols, Heidi J. Loos, Erica Ward and Jess Westman
Stage manager: Allyn Walton
Assistant stage manager: Jane Robinson-Boivin
Set designer: Brian Fidler
Lighting designer: Patrick Matheson
Costume designer: Kaori Torigai
Props designer: Annie/Hakim Therrien Boulos
Set painting: Lea-Ann McNally
Head carpenter: Al Loewen
Tech director: Jenny Hamilton
Production manager: Odile Nelson

*The participation of this Artist is arranged by permissionof Canadian Actors’ Equity Association under the provisions of the Dance•Opera•Theatre Policy.


If you are sick or exhibiting any symptoms of COVID-19, please stay home. DO NOT attend the performance if you are ill. If you are ill or showing symptoms of COVID-19, you may contact the YAC box office before the performance for a refund at 867-667-8574.

The Guild continues to require that all patrons wear masks during performances and while walking through common areas. We are also continuing to maintain physical distancing between “seating pods.” Thank you for respecting these policies we are maintaining to keep everyone as safe as possible.

Thank You

Thank you to our major sponsors and funders!

Major annual corporate sponsors:
Kilrich Building Centres, Whitehorse Motors, Yukon Brewing

Annual funders:
City of Whitehorse, Lotteries Yukon, Government of Yukon

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