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Presented by Walterdale Theatre Associates
  • Written by Joe Slabe, Matt Board, Kate Galvin, Jane Caplow, Luisa Hinchliff

Written by Joe Slabe, Matt Board, Kate Galvin, Jane Caplow, Luisa Hinchliff
Directed by Barbara Mah
Music Director: Ruth Wong-Miller
Stage Managed by Phil Krisel

Cast: Joyanne Rudiak, Brian Ault, Leslie Caffaro, Nicole English, Erin Harvey, Connor Foy, Aaron Schaan
Musicians: Joseph Caruk, Doug Hafso, Ivy Poon

This backstage musical follows the birth of the play Austentatious, as rehearsed and performed by the Central Rivercity Amateur Players (C.R.A.P), a colourful community theatre ensemble. Jane Austen goes comically wrong in this adaptation by Emily, a dancer/playwright/power hungry schemer, and Dominic, a pretentious, wannabe director who has little knowledge of the theatre and even less of Pride and Prejudice.

Start Time: 8pm for our evening performances; 2pm for Sunday Matinee;
No Performances on Monday, July 17th or Tuesday, July 18th.

Doors Open: 30 minutes before the Start Time

Special Events Tickets (at the door only)
2 for 1 - Thursday, July 13th
PWYC - Wednesday, July 19th

General Admission: $25
Senior (+55): $23
Member's Ticket Price (at the door only) $20

Masks are recommended and encouraged, but not mandated.

Language: English

Genres: Dramedy, Musical

Community: Edmonton

Start Date: July 12, 2023
Closing Date: July 22, 2023

Dark Mondays, Dark Tuesdays

Walterdale Theatre
10322 83 Avenue
Edmonton, Alberta T6E 5C3
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Tickets are available in advance at https://walterdaletheatre.square.site/ or at the door the night of the performance. Box Office opens 1 hour before the show starts.

Production Accessibility Features: Accessible Seating, Gender Neutral Washrooms, PWYC or Special Ticket Prices, Mobility Accessibility Considerations (see below)

Our main entrance is wheelchair accessible, and in our intimate theatre space we can accommodate wheelchairs along the skirt of the stage. Main floor washrooms are wheelchair accessible, with separate stalls.

Walterdale was one of the first public performing venues in North America to have a permanent installation of the T-Coil hearing loop. Our patrons with hearing loss may borrow one of our head sets, or use their Loop-compatible hearing aid.

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