Glitter Girls
Date: November 23, 2023 - December 3, 2023
Time: 2:00 PM Matinee Sundays 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Location: The Chilliwack Cultural Centre
9201 Corbould St., Chilliwack BC
Price: Adults: $ 30.00
Students and Seniors: $27.50

By Mark Dunn
Director: Raymond Hatton
Producer: Debra Archer
by permission of Samuel French, Inc.

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Set in the fictional North Georgia town of Hickman Hills, this hilarious play revolves around an ad hoc meeting of a women’s social club called “The Glitter Girls”. The meeting is convened by its richest member – one Trudy Tromaine – who is supposedly at death’s door and wishing to bequeath some of her millions to one lucky “Sister of the Gleam and Sparkle.” The hitch is that it’s the members themselves who must decide who will be awarded the fortune (with hopes that the Glitter Girl they select will see it in her heart to share the money with the rest of her “sisters”). The play can be economically described as Steel Magnolias meets Survivor, with a big dose of quirky humour thrown in for good measure.

About The PlayCastCreative TeamProduction TeamRehearsal & Set Construction PhotosPerformance Photos

Glitter Girls is presented by special arrangements with Dramatists Play Services

Director –  Raymond Hatton
Producer –  Debra Archer
Lighting Designer – Jamea Lister
Costume Design – Barb Funk
Lighting Operator – Hayden Simpson
Sound Designer/Operator – Jacqui Higginbottom
Stage Manager – Ann Marie Blessin
Assistant Stage Manager – Trisha Knight-Good

Props – Becki Cormier
Props assistant – Joanne Jones
Costume assistant – Maggie Saunders
Set Design & Construction – Rick Funk, Bob Audet, Graham Archer, Ken Watson
Stage Crew
Set Painting – Trisha Knight-Good, Liz Bunden, Debra Archer
Set Decoration – Chandni Appadurai
Hair – Jessica Fulkerson, Sheryl Tyson
Makeup – Jen Erlendson, Aby Erlendson, Sheryl Tyson
Public Relations – Clint Hames, Laura Hames, CPG Communications Committee,
Photographer – Ian Meissner
Graphics – Graham Archer
Lobby Display – Colleen Strahl, Judy Weller