Get ready to meet Calgary’s next improv stars as the Loose Moose plays host to the 2017 High School Theatre Sports Competition.
A star falls from the sky and an adventure begins. Follow Pretzel—a funny little worm with a funny little face—as he journeys through a magical world in this perfect example of universal theatre without words.
A story of justice, power, and privilege, Sage Theatre explores the hidden world of sexual tourism in Erin Shields’ ground-breaking work. Don’t miss this daring and provocative production.
Join Calgary’s own Cowtown Opera for a cabaret style performance featuring imprisoned prima donnas, duelling divas, unbelievable feats of strength and grace, and much more.
A timely interrogation of passion and politics, join the University of Calgary’s School of Creative and Performing Arts for Bertolt Brecht’s classic work.
A hard look at the edges of middle-class society and the vast divide between it and the lower class, solo show The Fever asks Calgarians to start a timely conversation.
Join Theatre Calgary as it moves out of the Max Bell Theatre to present its inaugural tc Up Close presentation—an intimate performance of David Hare’s Skylight.
How can you tell when you’re having the best hour of your life? That’s the question Edmonton playwright Stewart Lemoine asks in The Exquisite Hour, running this month at Lunchbox Theatre.
Who would have though that two nuns running a vineyard in secret would be the least of the worries plaguing the Sisters of Perpetual Sewing? Check out Stage West’s traditional farce, Drinking Habits.