The Play That Goes Wrong
Playgoers Kicks Off it’s 100th year with a Broadway hit.
The Playgoers of Lethbridge amateur theatre group opens an event-filled Centennial year
with the hilarious international sensation “The Play That Goes Wrong” this February at the Yates
Director Elaine Jagielski is thrilled with the cast and excited about the set for the
upcoming production, in which the set plays a central role in the disastrous unfolding of the
“We are blessed to have James McDowell, who spent many years as the Technical
Director at the University Of Lethbridge, doing our set construction. And actors from across our
local theatre scene have come out for the chance to perform in the first local presentation of this
Jagielski, who is also the current President of the group and has been involved for over
twenty years, notes there is a whole slate of events planned this year, including an inclusive
local performing arts festival on April 21st and 22nd which will feature a wide variety of
entertainers, and will be free for the public to attend thanks to support from the federal Building
Communities through Arts and Culture grant program.
“We have been part of this community since the days when Lethbridge had a thousand
seat theatre,” notes Elaine, “and we fully expect to be here for another century. So we invite
everyone to come and celebrate with us!”
Tickets for The Play That Goes Wrong are available through Enmax ticket centres. An opening
night student special is also available.