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News (Fort McMurray): Keyano Theatre announces 2015-2016 Season

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News (Fort McMurray): Keyano Theatre announces 2015-2016 Season

Keyano_Theatre_CompanyFrom courtroom dramas to fairytale musicals, Keyano Theatre Company’s upcoming drama series is set to entertain

Season subscriptions for 2015/16 4-Play Drama series go on sale Friday, April 24, 2015

Presented by the Keyano College Foundation, Partners and Friends and the Keyano Theatre Company, a diverse season of theatre entertainment comes to the Keyano Theatre & Arts Centre in the 2015/16
4-Play Drama Series.

“As the go to place for everything arts and culture in the region, I am excited to share these amazing shows with the community this year,” said Alan Roberts, Director, Keyano Theatre & Arts Centre. “We have something for everyone whether you would rather be backstage, in the spotlight or in the audience.”

Opening the season in October is the court room drama of two U.S. Marines accused of murder with A Few Good Men. This is followed in November by a dramatic story of a struggling writer in New York City and is told through the music of Canadian legend Leonard Cohen in Chelsea Hotel- Songs of Leonard Cohen by the Firehall Arts Centre. In the New Year the Keyano Theatre Company takes classic fairy tale characters out of classic fairy tale stories in the musical Into the Woods. Rounding out the season with some laughs in April is the British play based on a London taxi driver trying to balance his two wives in the comedy Run for Your Wife.

Season subscriptions for the 2015/16 4-Play Drama Series are available on Friday, April 24, 2015 at the Keyano Box Office. The subscription package allows preferred and guaranteed seating, discounted prices, show date flexibility and early ticket purchase to the Syncrude Arts Alive Series. Subscription packages start at $86 per person.

For more information on the 2015/16 4-Play Drama Series season or the season subscription packages, please visit keyano.ca/theatre or call 780.791.4990.

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