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News (Calgary): Alberta Theatre Projects announces 2015-2016 Season

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News (Calgary): Alberta Theatre Projects announces 2015-2016 Season

ATP_logo_ADJ_CMYK_BlkTXTAlberta Theatre Projects (ATP) has announced its 2015/2016 season. Click here to view a PDF of the 2015/2016 Season Brochure. Call 403-294-7402 or email to subscribe.

The season:

Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike
by Christopher Durang
Directed by Glynis Leshon
September 15 – October 3, 2015

The Circle 
by Geoffrey Simon Brown
Directed by Anne-Marie Kerr
October 20 – November 7, 2015
World Premiere

Legend Has It
created by Rebecca Northan
November 24 – December 31, 2015

Life, Death, and the Blues
written and conceived by Raoul Bhaneja
Directed by Eta Holmes
A Theatre Passe Muraille Production
In association with Hope and Hell Theatre Co. 
January 19 – 31, 2016

by Jonathan Garfinkle
based on the novel by Rawi Hage
Directed by Vanessa Porteous
March 1 – 19, 2016
World Premiere

Buyer & Cellar 
by Jonathan Tolins
Directed by Tracey Flye
April 5 – 23, 2016

Message from ATP’s Artistic Director: 

This year the plays in our season go deep, and they go wide. They’re all hot off the presses – they’re very contemporary – and they stretch from zany comedy, to toe-tapping music, to hard-hitting storytelling. We start with a comedy that’s totally over the top; premiere an exceptional young Calgary playwright; go on an unforgettable fantasy adventure; take you on a blues journey; bring a prize-winning Canadian novel to life on stage, and send you off with a giggle. 

The thread that pulls them together is that they’re all about finding a place to belong. Whether it’s by laughing until we can’t breathe, or by opening our minds and hearts in sympathy, theatre has the power to transform us. It gives us a new way of looking at the world and the people around us. These plays feed our curiosity for new experiences. They tickle our funny bone. They speak honestly about life as we live it. They are passionate, relevant, and engaging; funny, heartbreaking and thought provoking.

I hope you’ll find a home with us.

I hope you’ll feel you belong at Alberta Theatre Projects.

Vanessa Porteous
Artistic Director

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