Glory Saturday February 12 2022 at 2:00 PM PST
Saturday February 12 2022
They always said hockey was "a man's game" - until four women dared to form their own powerhouse team, the Preston Rivulettes, and established a winning record that 80 years later remains unmatched in the history of women's hockey. Now the true story of their setbacks and successes glides onto the stage with frenetic action and swing-dance-slapshot fusion set to jazz. Witness as these plucky, wisecracking heroines make sports history, paving the way for the likes of Cassie Campbell, Jayna Heffor, and Hayley Wickenheiser.
Sterling Award-winning playwright and choreographer, BC-born Tracey Power, illuminates this virtually unknown part of sports history with a glorious reminder of why the game of hockey is woven into the fabric of our lives.
Evening Performances begin at 8pm. Matinee Performances begin at 2pm. House doors open 30 minutes before the start of the show.
Please note that Theatre NorthWest will be in compliance with all current and future Public Health restrictions. Refunds will not be issued for those unable to attend due to possible extensions of proof of vaccination requirements.
#36-556 North Nechako Road
Prince George BC V2K 1A1
This is a relaxed performance. Relaxed performances are designed to welcome audience members who will benefit from a less restrictive audience environment, including (but not limited to) patrons with sensory processing conditions, autism, a learning or intellectual disability, or parents with infants and toddlers. There is a more casual approach to noise and movement within the theatre space.
Tickets are $10 and caregivers attend for free (please select the Caregiver Admission option to receive a ticket)
Please note that this performance will have festival/rush seating. This means that you will be seating yourself when you arrive at the theatre rather than reserving your seats in advance when you purchase tickets.
This is a festival seating performance - the seats are on a first come, first serve basis when you arrive at the theatre.
Doors open 1/2 hour prior to start of performance.