Boy Meets Girl Meets Bluegrass.

In the aftermath of World War II, literary editor Alice Murphy meets an aspiring young writer just home from the battlefield. His determined spirit ignites a spark of recognition in Alice, and she sets out on a journey to understand her past. What she discovers holds the power to transform a lifetime of heartache.

Set against a backdrop of the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, and inspired by true events, Bright Star is a sweeping tale of love and redemption that will get your toes tapping and your heart soaring.

March 15 – April 2 @ 7:30

No performances Thursdays.

Saturday matinees @ 2 pm on March 26 and April 2


In accordance with the latest Provincial Health Order, proof of full vaccination along with a government-issued photo ID, is required for admittance to the theatre. Face coverings are optional. For more information, see our COVID-19 Protocol.

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Trinity Western University is grateful for our Theatre faculty, students and alumni who are talented, dedicated, and godly individuals who have made positive and lasting contributions to the TWU community and to society at large. Program closures, when necessary, are painful decisions, and we can’t underestimate the toll that such decisions have upon our community. Due to a decade long pattern of insufficient enrolment, limited opportunity for enrolment growth in Theatre, and significant operating expenditures relative to tuition fees, TWU made the difficult decision to close the Theatre programs (and MA TESOL program) over a period of three years, allowing time for current students to graduate well.