Not every Pacific Theatre play is suitable for every audience member. Some of our shows are ideal for kids, sometimes the work is clearly intended for adults, and sometimes it is dependent upon the specific maturity of our younger audience members. We want to make it possible for you to discern which of our shows will be most suited to you and your guests.
The Spitfire Grill
The Spitfire Grill is a fun and uplifting musical suitable for most audiences. There is a small amount of mild language, with themes of redemption and forgiveness throughout. Patrons who enjoyed Christmas on the Air and Godspell will enjoy The Spitfire Grill
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe is suitable for all audience members. Beloved by children and adults, it has long been an audience favourite.
Leave of Absence
Strong language, violence, and sexuality
This searing drama is not appropriate for all audience members. Containing strong language, mature content, and sexuality, it confronts many current issues head-on. Perfect for patrons who enjoyed Prodigal Son or Espresso.
Mother Teresa is Dead
Mild language and mature content
Mother Teresa is Dead confronts issues of family, obligation, and global charity and contains some language and mature content. Suitable for patrons who enjoyed The Busy World is Hushed, Grace, or Refuge of Lies.
How to Write a New Book for the Bible
How to Write a New Book for the Bible is a heartfelt and hilarious look at one family’s dynamic and it contains strong language. It is a great choice for patrons who enjoyed 100 Saints You Should Know or Jake’s Gift.
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