About Lucas Myers

Since graduating from the National Theatre School in 1998 Lucas has performed in many of the major theatres across Canada as well as touring internationally to the US, England, France, Switzerland, Mexico, Singapore, New Zealand and Brunei.  He has created and performed in many new plays as a member of the Victoria-based independent theatre company TheatreSKAM and studied physical theatre and collaborative creation with The SITI Company in New York and Boca del Lupo Theatre in Vancouver. In 2005 he returned to Nelson, BC to raise a family and form PilotcoPilot Theatre with a mandate to create work which is accessible, thought provoking, and highly theatrical in an effort to attract a new generation of theatregoers. He also performs as a  Vaudeville duo, The Amazing and Impermeable Cromoli Brothers, which won the Best Comedy Award at the New Zealand International Theater Festival.  In 2013 he was appointed as Nelson’s Cultural Ambassador in recognition for his achievements in Theatre Arts.

FRIDAY, May 6th, 2023, 

7:30 pm

The “Back in The Saddle” Cromoli Brothers World Tour!

The Cromoli Brothers are delighted to continue their multi-year, We’ll See How Far We Actually Get (Could Just Be Grey Creek, Who Knows?) World Tour at SLAC! The SLAC building (formerly called Silverton Art Gallery) holds a special place in the Cromoli Brothers' hearts as it was one of the first venues they ever performed back when they were just starting out in 2006. Now, after a pandemic induced hiatus, the brothers are back and hitting the road. The show will feature a selection of Cromoli Classics including The Rich, Dear Mary I’m in a Gang Now, Pilot Talk, Cover Song, Shot in Dark, and Nude Beach along with a sprinkling of new material, the order of which is all chosen by you, the audience. No two shows are the same. 

A creation of local performer and playwright Lucas Myers, The Cromoli Brothers Experience inhabits the realm between the poignant, the political and the absurd, with original tunes on harmonium, glockenspiel and ukulele. If you know, you know, and if you don’t know, come to the show, and then you’ll know. 

Please note: Cromoli is not appropriate for children, even though there are puppets.

Tickets at the door.

Location: At SLAC (Slocan Lake Arts Center):  

408 4th Street, Silverton BC