118746_Season Booklet_Cover-minLETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA – Today New West Theatre announced their 30th season that will run from August 2019 until March 2020. Performing in the beautiful Yates Memorial Centre in Lethbridge, AB, New West Theatre is excited to continue our longstanding mission to produce professional theatre for Southern Alberta audiences.

“New West Theatre turns 30 in 2020.  Hard to believe, but it’s true!  This ‘little company that could’ has been delighting audiences for three decades!  The upcoming season is steeped in New West tradition as well celebrate 30 years, while looking ahead to the next 30!  New West continues to evolve and grow, and this season we are thrilled to have added a second musical and have adjusted performance dates to better accommodate Lethbridge audiences,” says Artistic Director Sharon Peat.

Diverse theatre experiences make this season an exciting collection of artistic works; New West has something for everyone! As Southern Alberta’s only professional company, we are pleased to offer song, dance and story to audiences of any age.

“We are committed to Lethbridge and strive towards vibrant theatre that moves, touches, and appeals to the wide range of theatre lovers.  The Arts are the foundation of a rich and thriving culture in our beloved community.  New West is proud to be part of that foundation.  From singing and dance, to acting and children’s tours, we put the community first in everything we do” – Sharon Peat, Artistic Director

Season Subscriptions & Single Tickets can be purchased at the Yates Memorial Theatre or at Enmax Ticket Centre.





2019-20 SEASON

The Divine Women of Song

An Original New West Theatre Production

AUGUST 7 – 24, 2019

Music Comedy Revue


Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story

by Alan Janes

September 4 – 21, 2019



The Anniversary Special

An Original New West Theatre Production

December 18, 2019 – January 4, 2020

Music Comedy Revue


The Legend of the Lost Tooth

by Nicola Elson

December 21, 2019 – January 4, 2020

Theatre for Young Audiences


Dear Johnny Deere

Book by Ken Cameron, based on the music and lyrics of Fred Eaglesmith
Additional music and arrangements by David Archibald

March 1 – March 14, 2020

Canadian Musical