|Actors Dorothy Dalba and Doug Brown star in New Vintage Theatre's production of Super 8, to be held at The Vibrant Vine Winery on Jan. 26.|
Times are 5 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Super 8 is an acclaimed new play by Mark C. Hopkins and Charles Netto from Calgary.
Directed by Bonnie Gratz, Super 8 features local actor and Go! Okanagan anchor Doug Brown, and the award-winning actress Dorothy Dalba.
The two play unusual strangers who meet in a Super 8 Motel bar and the funny, bittersweet events that unfold.
The play had sold out runs at Lunchbox Theatre in Calgary and at The Edmonton International Fringe Festival this summer, garnering rave reviews, and recently packed Pulp Fiction Coffeehouse for a Nov. 20 reading by New Vintage.
The production is a B.C. premiere.
"Tony Lewis of The Vibrant Vine is known for fantastic wine, but also for his outstanding commitment to the arts and community in Kelowna," said Gratz. "When he heard of the success of our reading of Super 8, he jumped right on board to offer us the opportunity to launch our season with this exciting sneak peek engagement."
New Vintage Theatre is a small professional theatre company, formed last August. Its mandate is to create and produce new works and remount classics in captivating ways.
A full season lineup for 2013-14 will also be announced at the January event.
Tickets are free with a purchase of Vibrant Vine wine from Mission Merchants Liquor at 4600 Lakeshore Rd. in Kelowna.
Space for this event is limited.
New Vintage also encourages people to check out their full lineup of play readings, classes and programs at its website, NewVintage.ca.
The Vibrant Vine Winery can be found at 3240 Pooley Road in Kelowna.