Andrew Wheeler and Susinn McFarlen in the Arts Club Theatre Company’s 2012 production of Henry and Alice: Into the Wild.

Comedy camps on Surrey stage

Arts Club Theatre brings Henry and Alice: Into the Wild to Surrey Arts Centre.

Those crazy kids from the Arts Club’s hit Sexy Laundry are back. And this time Henry (Andrew Wheeler) and Alice (Beatrice Zeilinger) are camping – sort of – at Surrey Arts Centre’s Main Stage from Jan. 15-26.

In Henry and Alice: Into the Wild, the couple is forced to examine their relationship in the tangle of the wilderness – including collapsing tents, uninvited guests (Alice’s free-spirited sister, played by Deborah Williams), and their own particular style of alfresco “cuisine.” Will they discover how to survive a true mid-life crisis?

Viewer discretion is advised.

Patrons who purchase tickets to the opening night performance (Jan. 15), are invited to arrive a bit early to relax, socialize, and enjoy complimentary appetizers from 7 p.m.

Shows are 8 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, with 4 p.m. shows Saturdays and Sundays.

Patrons who are blind or partially sighted can enjoy an enhanced theatre experience at the 4 p.m. performance on Jan, 26 with VocalEye audio description. VocalEye patrons are eligible for a $25 ticket price, and can purchase tickets by phoning the Box Office. VocalEye equipment is limited, so reserving ahead is recommended.

For tickets, check tickets.surrey.ca or call 604-501-5566.

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