Peak Theatre Players Society
Since our first production in 1981, Peak Theatre Players has evolved into one of the more successful community theatre groups in the Province of Alberta. A number of creative individuals have fostered our growth through cabarets, full-length comedies and dramas, one act festivals and original works. As we have grown, happily, so too has our audience. For seventeen years we worked in the West Country (Seniors' Recreation) Centre in Sundre. As we outgrew it, thousands of volunteer hours and dollars helped bring our dream of the Arts Centre to a reality. The Sundre Arts Centre opened in 1999.
When we start a season, we rarely know how it will end, always feeling that the best play is yet to be discovered. Theatre is our passion and organization perhaps less so. We are amateurs to the core and we produce theatre because we love doing it.
We advertise auditions and events primarily via email as well as in social media, posters, local newspapers and word-of-mouth.
We meet, hold auditions, rehearse and perform primarily at the Sundre Arts Centre, located at
100 2nd Ave N.W. Sundre, Alberta, Canada.
Current Board of Directors
President: Jason Bird
Vice President: Nigel Miller
Treasurer: Veronica Embleton
Secretary: Jane Cummins
Publicity/Media: Brian Bailey
Each year, we help send one or more Sundre High School Drama Club members to Artstrek, a summer drama camp run by Theatre Alberta.
Peak Theatre Players
Creative and Performing Arts Scholarship
Each year we offer a scholarship to Sundre High School students to help them pursue creative and performing arts studies in the post secondary institution of their choice. Get information below.
Over the years, Peak Theatre Players have made substantial donations to:
Sundre Hospital Palliative Care
Sundre & District Allied Arts Society
Annual scholarships to Sundre High School Drama Club
Sponsorships for Theatre Alberta's Artstrek
Peak Theatre Players are a not for profit society registered with
Alberta Department of Consumer and Corporate Affairs, November 5, 1981