“Frozen” is intense


The Sault Theatre Workshop is proud to present the third installment of Season 67, Frozen, directed by Randi Mraud.

Written by Bryony Lavery, Frozen is the story of the mother of a missing child, an academic studying serial killers, and a kidnapper. Frozen is intense, thrilling and thought provoking. It weaves the story of characters who are drawn together over horrific circumstances. This production contains mature themes and is not appropriate for children.

Frozen will take place at the Sault Theatre Workshop located at 121 Pittsburgh Avenue beginning Wednesday, March 2 – 5 at 8 p.m. and Sunday March 6 at 2 p.m. and will be The Sault Theatre Workshop’s Quonta drama Festival entry later this month in Sudbury, ON.
Visit the Community Theatre Box Office in the Station Mall in advance to get your tickets and confirm priority seating, or by visiting kctc.ca or calling the box office at 705-945-7299 to get your tickets before it’s too late!

Adult tickets are priced at $28, senior tickets $26 and student tickets are $18.

Please note that priority seating will be released ten minutes prior to the rise of the curtain (7:50 p.m.).


In addition to our theatre patrons, audiences and volunteers, the Sault Theatre Workshop wishes to extend its thanks to radio sponsor KISS 100.5, poster sponsor Stone’s Office Plus, and program sponsor Topline Electric. The Frozen production team also wishes to thank Classic Signs and Soo Mill for their ongoing support.

For more information on the Sault Theatre Workshop’s 67th Season, visit www.saulttheatre.com.


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