Tag: Go See A Play!

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Fringe (Edmonton): “Significant Me” Christel Bartelse/DutchGirl Productions

SIGNIFICANT ME: at the Edmonton Fringe Festival Venue #37 : Strathcona Library : 8331 – 104 Street Running time: 60 minutes Tickets: Adults $12.50 : Students & Seniors $11 : Ages 15 and up www.fringetheatreadventures.ca/christelbartelse.com Friday, August 17 at 6:45 pm : Saturday, August 18 at 5:15 pm : Sunday,


Fringe (Edmonton): “Fools for Love” – Small Matters Productions

Festival favorites Rocket & Sheshells are back with their relationship origin story, directed by Canadian clowning legend Jan Henderson. ——————————————————————— Rocket & Sheshells are… Fools for Love Neighbours and best friends Rocket & Sheshells are looking for their perfect romantic partners. They have very clear ideas of exactly of who

Event (Calgary): FAME – The Musical – Youth Singers of Calgary

FAME – The MUSICAL Conceived and Developed by David De Silva Book by Jose Fernandez Lyrics by Jacques LevyMusic by Steve Margoshes Come experience life at New York’s High School for the Performing Arts through the lives of the students from 1980 – 1984. Stunning ballads and up-beat ensemble numbers


Fringe (Calgary-Edmonton): “BAD GIRLS” – Glamorgan Productions

Good girls help you move, bad girls help you move the bodies. These wicked women are funny, naughty, and dangerous. They don’t cry, they just get even. Come experience the fun in this collection of one-act plays filled with mirth, mystery, mayhem, and murder. Performed By: Glamorgan Productions Playwright: Various


Fringe (Edmonton): “MIDDLETON a folk musical” – Poiema Productions

Poiema Productions present an original folk musical from the heart of the East Coast. Come take a trip to Middleton, Nova Scotia; a small town steeped in love, grief, and gossip where life seldom changes but is rarely what it seems. Music and lyrics are written by Danielle Knibbe along

Advertise your Theatre Season in Theatre Alberta’s 2012-2013 Playbill

Albertan theatre companies and post-secondary institutions are invited to advertise their 2012/13 seasons in Theatre Alberta’s Playbill – the single most comprehensive resource for local theatre information in the province! Playbill is produced in three different formats: the Playbill poster which is distributed across Alberta, a searchable online desktop version and a

Last Chance! Industry Series Passes – Magnetic North Theatre Festival

A note from Ghost River Theatre AD (and our All Stages magazine editor) David van Belle today. Theatre Alberta is a proud sponsor of the Industry Series at the 2012 Magnetic North Festival! Events at the Industry Series at the Magnetic North Festival begin this Saturday! Don’t miss out on your chance

Announcement (Fort Macleod): Empress Theatre Centennial Season

The Empress Theatre in Fort Macleod celebrates its centennial year with three live-theatre productions! The Stage That Made Us by Ron ChambersPlaying June 29th-July 21st That Men May Fly by Winn BrayPlaying July 28th-September 1st The Boys Own Jedi Handbook by Stephen MassicottePlaying June 30-September 1 In addition to these

Early Bird Deadline to purchase Early Bird discounted Industry Series tix: TODAY

Ghost River Theatre is pleased to be programming the Industry Series, sponsored in part by Theatre Alberta, at the upcoming Magnetic North Theatre Festival. Over five days we’ve programmed a series of events designed to introduce our theatre community to the nation and the nation to our theatre community. Click here

News: Walterdale Playhouse announces 2012-2013 Season

Walterdale Playhouse presents its 2012-2013 Season: Retrospective    Edmonton, AB – Walterdale Playhouse is proud to announce its 54th season under the direction of Artistic Director, Sarah Van Tassel. Together these plays are a Retrospective — they take us through history. A haunting exploration of loss and connections; a self-reflective, deconstruction

News: Downstage announces 2012-2013 Season

Downstage AnnouncesOur 2012-13 Season!  We’re thrilled to announce the lineup for our 2012-13 Season, featuring five outstanding local works as part of our biennial festival, a remarkable French-Canadian play in translation and the World Premiere of an award-winning play by a Calgary playwright. Read on for a glimpse of what we’re