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What’s On (Calgary): The Mire and Flesh & Ghost – Jupiter Theatre

What’s On (Calgary): The Mire and Flesh & Ghost – Jupiter Theatre

Jupiter Tehatre Europa New Works Incubator

For Jupiter Theatre‘s inaugural Europa New Works Incubator we are workshopping and developing two new works by local playwrights this fall. The plays both embody what makes Jupiter Theatre so exciting: speculative fiction, mythology, and imaginative storytelling. The culmination of this work will be presented on September 9 and 10, 2021 at the Central Calgary Library, 800 3 St SE, Calgary, AB.

The plays will be read in person in Patricia A. Whelan Performance Hall of the Central Library in downtown Calgary and simultaneously streamed online to our Facebook and YouTube channel. This event is FREE! For the in-person event, masks and physical distancing will be required by all attendees.

Registration is in online in advance. You will need a Calgary Library Card number to attend: calgarylibrary.ca/events-and-programs/programs

September 9th – 7:00 pm
THE MIRE by Madeline Hunter Smith
Directed by Madeleine Taylor-Gregg
Featuring: Katelyn Morishita, Kathleen Ballagnan, Charlotte Hurdman, Shea Heatherington

Run Time: ~ 60 minutes followed by a discussion with the artists

September 10th – 7:00 pm
FLESH & GHOST by Gordon Pengilly
Directed by Constantine X. Anastasakis
Featuring: David Snider, Jeany Snider, Hayley Klepper, Rebbekah Ogden, and Jaden Sullivan

Run Time: 90 minutes followed by a discussion with the artists

*Please note, both plays contain mature subject matter and are suitable for audience members over the age of 16. IF you would like to know more about the content before attending the reading, please get in touch with us theatrejupiter.com/contact*

Jupiter Theatre is committed to the development of new Canadian Theatre and engages with theatre creators each season through its Europa New Works Incubator program. This program presents in-house workshops and presentations of plays-in-progress by local playwrights and theatre artists.