- Weds, Thurs, & Sun
- Adult Ages 13+
- Child Ages 12 & Under
- Senior Ages 60+
- Fri & Sat
- Adult Ages 13+
- Child Ages 12 & Under
Celebrations Dinner Theatre presents “Schipp’s Creek”
A tale as old as time… rich people lose all their money and are forced to see how the real world lives. Okay maybe not as old as time… but… as old as the 2015? Celebrations Dinner Theatre sets its pop music parody sights on a new TV classic. We are going up Schipps Creek without a paddle! Whether you’re a fan of the show or just a fan of great music and laughter. It’s sure to be a great time when Celebrations Dinner Theatre presents… Schipps Creek.
What to Expect
- Incredible Experience
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- Delicious Food
- Lasting Memories
What is on the menu?
Our menu selections change with every show. However, it is always a 4-course dinner consisting of a set soup and salad, a choice of one of 4 dinner entrées and a choice of 2 desserts. The dinner entrée choices are always beef, chicken, fish and a vegetarian selection. The latter is often pasta but the chefs like to offer something other than pasta from time to time, click button below to view full menu. Our Children’s Menu consists of the same soup, salad and dessert options as adult menu and the entrees choices are: Chicken Fingers with Fries or Cheese Pizza with Fries or Pepperoni Pizza with Fries or Child size portion of the Pasta Dish.
MAT ANDRÉ as Johnny Rose
Welcome to the Rollout! It’s great to have you! It’s an honour and a pleasure to be back in my hometown portraying one of Canada’s biggest icons–and to be
doing so with an absolutely stellar cast! HUGE thanks to all who love, support, and encourage me, and to YOU for supporting live theatre; we’re sure you’ll
enjoy the show! Scan this QR code to access my art, music, YouTube, socials,
JILL MARTIN as Moira Rose
Jill is thrilled to be back on the Celebrations stage after an exasperating two-year hiatus. Initially, the thought of embodying the iconic Moira was daunting but as the uproarious matriarch herself previously stated: “One must champion oneself and say, ‘I am ready for this!’”. There may be many of you who are positively bedeviled with meetings et cetera outside of this convivial playhouse however, Jill suggests reclining, making oneself at home and allowing those constraints to depart. Jill also
sends tremendous love to her remarkable, furry bébés (Josephine, Jughead and Michael) for keeping her somewhat sane.
BRANDON VINK as David Rose
Brandon is excited to join this great cast for the Winnipeg leg of Schipps Creek. He most recently appeared here at Celebrations as Joseph “JoJo” Santino & Jimmy Santino in “Girls Just want to Have Fun” Other credits include Footsloose: New Town New Dance and Runaway Bridesmaids. After this bizarre hiatus, he is absolutely bursting with pent-up jokes. Thank you for bearing with him. Favourite credits include Nick in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf (Black Hole Theatre Company) and
Edmond Dantes in The Count of Monte Cristo (Candlewick Productions). Enjoy the show!
as Alexis Rose & Jocelyn Schipp
Amy is delighted to be back after the world’s longest intermission! Although currently a Winnipegger, Amy grew up in Drayton Valley, Alberta; later receiving her BA in
Drama from Augustana, University of Alberta. You may have seen her on the Celebrations stage as Rose in Pitched Perfect Golden Girls (Jubilations AB), Missy in Footsloose: New Town, New Dance, or Lillian in Runaway Bridesmaids! Best wishes, and warmest regards!
as Roland Schipp & Connie White
It’s dinner theatre time baby! Holy moly, I’m back on stage! I did shows here long ago when us actors would stand by the exit waiting to touch everybody’s hands on their way out, what a world. Lockdowns are hard for a performer, but to stay sharp I formed an acting troop with my two cats Jughead and Josephine. We performed many classic
musicals (but not Cats! They would be offended to know you assumed that) for our audience of one, Celebrations’ own and my wonderful partner, Jill Martin. Jill even gave
our performance of CATbaret two stars saying “they almost made it through a whole number before 2/3 of the cast wandered off stage this time, and they were all so cute!”
Here’s hoping tonight’s performance goes nearly that well