April 12 – 27 , 2024

Evening Performances on Wed – Sat
Dinner @ 6:30
Show @ 7:30

Theatre Only Matinee @ 1:30

DRAMA DESK AWARD Outstanding New Play
ACADEMY AWARD Best Film and 7 others

Theatre in the Country is not fully licensed, but we serve alcohol at all of our Opening & Closing Nights or join us on Fine Wine Fridays for local wine, cider or beer.  


Dinner is a Roast Beef & Chicken Buffet meal. Vegan, vegetarian, gluten free and dairy free meals can be ordered online or by phone when booking your tickets.

Unpretentious abundant quality fare!



Beer, Wine & Cider are available for purchase on Opening & Closing Nights, as well as our popular Fine Wine Friday shows only. 


Tickets are 10% cheaper on Wednesday and Thursday Evening and for the Saturday matinee.


All tickets are 10% Off groups of 8 or more and 15% Off groups of 25 or more.
Discount is automatic at our online box office or by phone and only when tickets are purchased together.

  • Adult Themes with some potty mouth language
  • Deals with infedilty, betrayl and murder

This show is not recommended for those under 16 years of age.


Approximately 2 hours 15 minutes, including one intermission.


Theatre in the Country is located 5708 Glover Road in Langley, BC.

The main parking lot is at the back of the building and entry to the theatre is off of the parking lot.

A word from our Artistic Director

I want to tell you about one of the most thrilling theatre experiences of my life, rehearsing for Amadeus. When we picked a script that is considered by many to be a true modern masterpiece, we knew that bringing it to life was going to be a unique challenge. What I didn’t expect was how much it was going to impact me.

The gorgeous and sumptuous story has become a unique theatrical ride. I have never been a fan of classical music or opera, but this piece has taken me into the history of that genre and the drama behind the art form. The popularity of these composers in their era is like pop stars today. It’s as though you are invited into the opulence and craziness of Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour only with cantatas and concertos instead of “Shake it Off”

The rivalries, the jealousies, the passion for a new sound and the desire for fame and glory resonate throughout the story of Mozart and Austria’s Chief Composer, Antonio Salieri. The rawness, the bawdy humour and the high stakes one-up-man ship seem out of place in my original idea of classical music, but these people played hard and fast with passion, music and each others lives. It’s amazing history and an absolute hoot to play, made even better by my remarkable scene partner, Tyler Boe.

Top that off with having the perfect Director, Rachel Stephens, who has a degree in opera and a knowledge of classical music that informs our creation of this story like no one else I know could. She also helps with making sure my 8 lines in Italian sound authentic, no matter how much it drives me crazy.

Elliot Morrison, our set foreman, is building a harpsichord from scratch because they are impossible to rent, Shelly Boe is sewing fantastic costumes of the 18th Century Austrian court, Mandy Knopp is procuring and styling the crazy period wigs, chairs are being painted gold and projections of rich theatres and even a tenement are being designed and crafted.

On top of all that an amazing cast is perfecting real life characters and memorizing the fast paced blocking that will whisk you through 31 scenes over 32 years in just over 2 hours. It will be a journey worth taking, I can promise you that.

Vi Saluto.
Reg (Antonio Salieri)

Cast & Crew

Tyler Boe as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Vanessa Lazare as Constanze Weber
Dovreshin MacRae as Joseph II, Holy Roman Emperor
Reg Parks as Antonio Salieri
Murray Schindel as Guiseppe Bonno/Major Domo
Athena Turner as Johann Killian Von Strack
Julie Waage as Teresa/Cook
Mady Walker as Venticelli 1
Nicky Walton as Baron van Swieten
Kelly Wersta as Count OrsiniRosenberg
Gary Wolfowicz as Venticelli 2

Shelley Boe Costume Designer
Graham Coates Technical Director
Karen Horne Props Manager
Megan Kimoto Costume Assistant
Lucas Lozinski Front of House
Brynn Morrison QLAB Operator
Elliot Morrison Set Foreman
Josh Osborne Sound Designer
Shan Pauls Still Photographer
Erin Parks Promotions/Projections
Reg Parks Set Designer/Producer
Lori Rippin Scenic Painter
Amber Schneider Stage Manager
Rachel Stephens Director


  • One of the best modern scripts ever written
  • Considered to be Peter Shaffer’s masterpiece
  • Directed by Rachel Stephens who has an undergrad degree in Opera and knows the material first hand
  • Unpacks the life of one of history’s most unique artists
  • Lets you learn about classical music in a fun and creative way
  • Opens the curtain on the rivalry of history’s two musical giants
  • Hear Reg Parks try to speak a few lines convincingly in Italian as Antonio Salieri
  • See Tyler Boe bring the petulant genius of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart to life
  • Enjoy the costumes, the wigs and the finery of Austrian court in 1790’s Vienna
  • Get lost in the sumptuous and sultry world of the Age of Enlightenment 
  • Hear the story behind Mozart’s greatest works