A photo of the cast of The Invisible – Agents of Ungentlemanly Warfare

The Invisible

The story of an elite team of spies made up of the unlikeliest of agents—six irrepressible young women assembled by a Canadian millionaire and tasked to help fight Hitler’s armies—don’t miss this spy noir musical.

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The poster for A Love Letter to Emily C by Sheri-D Wilson

A Love Letter to Emily C

Exploring the life and times of Canadian icon and artist Emily Carr, A Love Letter to Emily C by Sheri-D Wilson is a humorous and moving interdisciplinary marvel like nothing you’ve ever experienced.

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The cast of Most Imaginary Worlds and their inventive props

Most Imaginary Worlds

Created by artists with disabilities from stories imagined by Calgary children with disabilities, Most Imaginary Worlds is a playful and profound production full of fantastic characters to be discovered.

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Waiting for Godot

Debuting with one of the most iconic plays of the 20th century, Waiting for Godot, Black Radish Theatre is the collective passion project of local actors Andy Curtis, Christopher Hunt, Duval Lang, and Tyrell Crews.

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An illustration of a boy dancing with his shadow landing on a boxing glove

Billy Elliot The Musical

Closing its season with a story about following your dreams, join Theatre Calgary for this highly anticipated production that features some of the best and brightest of Calgary’s theatre and dance communities.

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A poster for Calgary Opera's Rigoletto

Rigoletto

A fast-paced and powerful performance, join Calgary Opera for Giuseppe Verdi’s unforgettable story about honour and the steep price of revenge. Don’t miss this Italian classic that is both timeless and timely.

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Two people wearing fancy shoes, distressed white cowboy boots and brown loafers

A Doll’s House: Wild Rose

Directed by Alberta’s own Kaleigh Richards and adapted by Calgarians Tereasa Maillie, Christi Dos Santos-Wing, and Shelby Reinitz, join DIY Theatre for this refreshed version of Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House.

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A man holds another man while a woman touches his shoulder

Cock

Not a battle of sexes but a battle of sexual orientation, Cock tells the story of a gay man who unexpectedly falls for a woman. This award-winning work makes its Calgary debut with Artists’ Collective Theatre.

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