2019 is shaping up to be another busy year of drama...both on and off the stage. 
Coming up is the comedy show, If the Good Lord's Willing and the Creek Don't Rise by Pat Cook. 
After that we've got the annual summer show at the Gladstone Museum. 
Looking ahead to the future...a bit of Nashville flavor with Tommy Brandt...and a follow up to the wildly successful Our Town, Austin production. If you would like to participate in any of these things please contact us. 

2020. Manitoba 150. With a brand new original play, "Our Manitoba." And...Tommy Brandt... 

March 20, 7:30 p.m. 

-Austin Community Center.
March 22, 7:30 p.m. 
-Austin Community Center.
April 6, 7:30 p.m. 
Gladstone Community Center. 
Special guest: George Constant
Click get tickets to reserve your seat at this production.  
Or call 385-3232.

A Comedy in 2 Acts

This zany comedy centers on Doc, an eccentric old man whose house caters to all sorts of characters. Now a retired judge, he spends his days “enjoying life.” When he’s not flying around the countryside in his balloon or fishing in a nearby dry riverbed, he works on his books of nonsense. This prompts his daughter, Charlotte, to decide he’s lost his marbles. So, conspiring with a sly lawyer, she plans to not only become his guardian but also sell his house and property. Throw in a psychologist on her first case, love sick teenagers, an irate school bus driver and an occasional artist or two and it’s a madhouse! Will Doc be committed or not? When he shows up at his sanity hearing dressed as a magician, his daughter and her lawyer think they have it all sewed up. However, Doc has a few surprise rabbits to pull out of the hat. As Leo says, “There is method to his madness.” And Doc shows one and all what a little nonsense can do “If the Good Lord’s Willing and the Creek Don’t Rise.”

By Pat Cook

Produced by special arrangement with Eldridge Publishing Co. Colorado. co. 

Meanwhile in 2018


This year so far we have performed, Dear Diary in different communities. Our Town Gladstone 2 at the Westman Tourism Awards as well as the Gladstone Museum. We have also toured the Remembrance Day themed, "Letters From the Front," around to different schools. Up next looking at hosting the Reg and Andreas Holiday Tour. Recently Kelvin had the chance to do a workshop on drugs and gangs with George and Jeff Constant. This was filmed and you can see it by clicking videos on the tab above we also have been asked to do this presentation again in the future. If you would like to participate in future productions...please contact us.

Our Town Gladstone 2

A continuation of the story told in Our Town, Gladstone (2017). Our Town Gladstone 2: The continuing story of Ruth and Simon WestLake has humor, history, and even a little romance. It includes lots of real life history including the tale of William Bailey who was the first banker in Gladstone...he only charged 2% interest! Of course, that 2% was compounded monthly. Anyway...if you are interested in Kelvin's historical stories...they are compiled in a paperback called Stories From Our Town, which is available at kelvinbueckert.com. 

News and Views from 2017

Our Town, Austin...what can be said about this? A year of research, writing, preparation, rehearsals ended in sold out shows, standing ovations and an outstanding community achievement award from the Province of Manitoba.  Special thanks to Ed Heppner and the Austin Chamber of Commerce, Hercules Woodworking, Southman Printing, The Pine Creek School Division, the incredibly talented Presley Friesen, and, of course, our hard working crew, Brian Driedger, Tylor Martins, Elma Zacharias, Rebecca Dyck, and Jamie Penner of Hercules Woodworking... NOTE: The Austin Chamber of Commerce is taking orders of souvenir DVD sets, which include the play, Our Town, Austin (along with some interviews and footage shot while researching and writing that play)...as well as footage of the grand 150th parade that was held, fireworks, and so on...if this interests you...call Ed at: 204-797-1230... 

We also performed Our Town, Gladstone at the Gladstone Museum and appeared at the Community Christmas on December 10th, 2017.