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WCT 50/50 Cash Lottery

Supporting Youth Education Programs at Western Canada Theatre

WCT 50/50 Cash Lottery

Supporting Youth Education Programs at Western Canada Theatre

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January 12, 2024 6:00 AM PST - May 2, 2024 11:59 PM PDT
WCT's Stage One Theatre School

WCT's Stage One Theatre School

For over 40 years, WCT's Stage One Theatre School has been the home for

theatre education for young people in our community. These classes build

confidence, and teach collaboration and communication skills. There is a space for every child in this fun and engaging program geared towards all skill levels from ages 4 -18!


Stage One runs year-round, with after-school programs, week-long camps, special workshops and even performance opportunities.

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About Western Canada Theatre

Western Canada Theatre plays a pivotal role in the professional and community theatre ecology of the BC Interior. As one of Canada’s 10 largest regional theatres, our broad-based programming includes family productions, topical new plays with social resonance, and educational programming. Our mandate places an emphasis on Canadian and Indigenous plays and artist development, including the development and production of new work by emerging artists, as well as the production of plays by established playwrights and creators. Through our touring and co-production activities, we create productions that over the past five years have been seen by over 150,000 people across Canada, including in 14 different communities in B.C. We commission and generate new plays and creations by B.C. artists, including many from underrepresented communities across the Interior.


We support education and audience development through The Hub for Creative Learning, which includes our Stage One and Next Stage Theatre School, senior and school matinee programs, outreach activities, and young audience programming.


As the largest professional arts organization between Vancouver and Calgary, our activities, productions, and programs serve a vast audience throughout the southern Interior and across British Columbia.


Shrek The Musical CAST (2023) | Director JAMES MacDONALD | Music Director CHRISTOPHER KING |Choreographer TRACEY POWER | Set Design ROSS NICHOL | Lighting Design LOUISE GUINAND | Assistant Director MORGAN BENEDICT |Assistant Choreographer STEPHANIE McLEAN | Costume Coordinator SABRINA STACE | Photo by MURRAY MITCHELL

Raffle Rules of Play

I. TICKET DETAILS


A. Purchase Price of Ticket(s)

1 for $10.00, 3 for $20.00, 10 for $50.00


B. Maximum tickets being made available for sale will be

3545


C. The date(s), time(s), and location of the draw(s) will be

"50/50 Draw": May 3, 2024 at 12:00 PM

330 Saint Paul Street, Kamloops, BC, V2C 5R8


D. The Prize(s)

50% of ticket sales.

Winner may take a maximum amount of $10,000.00

II. METHOD

Only 1 draw where winner will receive 50% of ticket sales raised during the ticket sales period. The winner will be determined by a random draw utilizing an GPEB registered Electronic Raffle Supplier (ERS) Random Number Generator (RNG). The winner shall be announced to all participants via electronic notification.


III. ELIMINATION OF WINNERS

There's only one draw to be conducted, no subsequent draws after that.


IV. AGE LIMIT

Must be 19 or older to participate.


V. CONDITIONS & ELIGIBILITY

Participants must be located within the province of British Columbia.

The following individuals are not eligible to participate in the raffle:

All employees of the organization associated with the management and execution of the raffle, and all of the organization's board members.


VI. ANY OTHER RESTRICTIONS TO THE WINNING PRIZE

The organization is not responsible for difficulties arising in contacting the winner due to the winner entering erroneous contact information at the time of purchase. If a person believes they are a winner and haven't been contacted by organization staff, please email rsvp@wctlive.ca or call 17784719059.

Winners are not required to be present at the draw location.


VII. CONDITIONS FOR UNCLAIMED PRIZES

Winners have 12 months to claim the prize. Unclaimed prizes will be donated to the foundation approved by GPEB.


VIII. PURCHASING TICKETS

Tickets can only be purchased online.


IX. COMPLAINTS

Any complaints can be directed to the raffle administrators by emailing: rsvp@wctlive.ca. Administrators will review the complaint and take action if necessary.


X. DELAY IN DRAW

Should a delay occur in the draw time on draw day, every effort will be made to make the draw as soon as possible. Should an alternate day need to be announced, after approval by BC Gaming, all ticket purchasers will be notified via email.


XI. HOW TO CONTACT THE ORGANIZATION

To contact Western Canada Theatre please email rsvp@wctlive.ca or call 17784719059.

WCT 50/50 Cash Lottery

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1,136 / 3,545 Tickets sold

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