Finding a Match is Easy.
Love? Not so Much.
An Innovative Comedy
by C.J. Wilkins
Better than Netflix and chill, Swipe Right is a hilarious journey into the fun, fantasy and fiction of online dating. From hookups to soulmates, our app-based world has something for everyone, but will they match? Bring your smartphone to see our singles find friendship, lust or love.
Swipe Right is presented in a secret, licensed location in Kelowna that will be revealed right here on the website just days before the production.
Tickets just $20 plus pesky fees.
Swipe Right is presented by New Vintage Theatre.
NOTE: Swipe Right is for adult audiences only. 19+
Turn your cell phone... ON?!
How could we tell the story of online dating without using smart phones? Unlike traditional theatre, we WANT you to bring your iPhone or Android. It’s not like you aren’t bringing it anyway!
Swipe Right is presented in part directly to your smart phone LIVE during the show. All you need to do is turn your data or WIFI on and log in to the website. Don’t worry, we’ll provide instructions and more details closer to the performance.
Performances start in:
Cast and Crew
Swipe Right is C.J.'s Playwriting and Directoral debut. He has performed in several New Vintage Theatre hits including Rock of Ages (Dennis Dupree) and Liberation Days (Captain Miles Cavendish). In preparation for Swipe Right, C.J. listened to a lot of stories about online dates.
This is the first time Kendra has ever done anything like this. She thanks C.J. and Bonnie for encouraging her to try something new. Kendra is very excited to see how this turns out!
Joelle has been working with New Vintage for almost 5 years as a performer in various shows. She is excited to have the opportunity to branch out and stage manage for the very first time in Swipe Right.
Like a high-tech concertmaster, Justin is the wizard that orchestrates all things technical for the Swipe Right production. He is excited to bring his development skills to the stage for the first time!
Scott Kirk is a local Writer and Special Needs Drama Instructor who likes to dabble in acting when he has the time. Yes...He used the word Dabble. It seemed like a fun word to use at that moment.