Jeff Charlton in Come Home

Come Home

An honest and emotionally raw performance, don’t miss Moot Entertainment’s award-winning new production before it heads to the 2017 Provincial One Act Festival.

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Photo from The Drowning Girls with three brides in tubs

The Drowning Girls

Three women thought George Joseph Smith was the man of their dreams but now all three are dead. Vertigo Theatre concludes its 40th anniversary season with a haunting and lyrical exploration.

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Photo from The Shakespeare Company's production of Macbeth

Macbeth

Remounting its critically acclaimed production that sold-out last season, join The Shakespeare Company as it revisits the famously cursed play, Macbeth. Craig Hall directs this supernatural tragedy.

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Poster for Sharktato - A Sketch Comedy Show

Sharktato

The Late, Late Breakfast Show returns to serve up a dish of their unique brand of sketch comedy. Check out this show filled with sketches, improv, music, dancing, and laughter.

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When One Door Closes

Like a candy coloured dream, Australia’s CIRCA returns to Calgary. Don’t miss the Canadian premiere of kooky and joyful contemporary circus piece, When One Door Closes.

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Poster for Caught In The Act

Caught In The Act

Looking for a sweet treat? Join Symons Valley Players for this dinner and dessert theatre presentation. Experience the mishaps and missed cues in this riotous tribute to the art of slapstick comedy.

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Poster for Iolanthe

Iolanthe

Love—beautiful, musical, complicated—join Morpheus Theatre as it closes its season with Gilbert & Sullivan’s comedic operetta Iolanthe. Don’t miss this energetic and satirical journey.

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Poster for The Weir

The Weir

A dark and windy night in a small town on the west coast of Ireland, the new girl in town is invited to the local pub to meet a few of the locals. The Liffey Players present Conor McPherson’s haunting drama.

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