Northern Light Theatre is proud to announce its 2012-2013 Season.
6.0 – HOW HEAP AND PEBBLE TOOK ON THE WORLD AND WON
by Valentina Ceschi and Thomas Eccleshare of Dancing Brick
November 16- 24, 2012 Westbury Theatre in the TransAlta Arts Barns (10330-84 Avenue)
It’s been five years since Heap Cruziack and Pebble Adverati last laced up their skates and ice-danced competitively. But now, in spite of the extinction of ice-rinks due to global warming, the world champions are intent on a glorious comeback.
by Jane Bodie
February 1- 9, 2013 PCL Studio Theatre in the in the TransAlta Arts Barns (10330-84 Avenue)
A man and a woman wake up in bed together- naked- and neither can remember how they got there. Or who the other is. In the harsh light of the morning after, they attempt to make sense of what may or may not have happened between them and a complex snapshot of modern relationships gradually comes into focus.
by Jason Maghanoy
April 5-14, 2013 PCL Studio Theatre in the in the TransAlta Arts Barns (10330-84 Avenue)
Abu Ghraib Prison. Jenny works in the office. Jonathan is a prison guard. They meet. They fall in love. And someone takes photos. Dust is a chilling, and ultimately moving examination of torture, decency and the limits of love.
by Lydia Stryk
May 17-25, 2013 PCL Studio Theatre in the in the TransAlta Arts Barns (10330-84 Avenue)
When a woman is critically injured in an accident, can the same man who almost took her life save her? There are encounters in life that take you somewhere you’ve never been and never meant to go. A relentless two-person drama about guilt, forgiveness and recovery.
As well as announcing an exhilarating new season, Northern Light Theatre will be hooking up with some new partners- presenting as a part of the Arts at the Barns theatre series. Northern Light Theatre is also delighted to debut our Booty Call Friday Nights- a late night performance for thrill seekers and night owls at 11:30 pm on the second Friday night of the run. NLT will also be adding Tuesday Night Pay-What–You-Can performances and we’re breaking up with our matinee performances (because this is the kind of stuff you only want to see after dark).
For more information about Northern Light theatre, please contact Ellen Chorley, Artistic Associate at firstname.lastname@example.org, (780) 471-1586, or check us out online at www.northernlighttheatre.com.
Download the full press release here: Northern Light Theatre Season Announcement 2012-2013