Before there was a floating bridge, even before the introduction of television to the Okanagan Valley, the pioneers of Theatre Kelowna Society were entertaining the members of our growing community. Spanning over six decades, Theatre Kelowna Society remains one of Kelowna’s oldest cultural citizens.
As such we are proud to have made such a significant contribution to its storied history. As a major cultural contributor in the Kelowna community for many decades, Theatre Kelowna Society’s roots go back to 1949 with the formation of the Kelowna Little Theatre by local volunteers whom we look upon today as some of Kelowna’s most visionary cultural pioneers. Through the years challenging works from some of the world’s most renowned playwright like Kaufman, Wilder, Simon, Chekhov, Miller, and Pinter were produced.