A man in hockey gear eating an apple

Men Express Their Feelings

A lightning speed comedy that takes us to a community hockey rink, grab your tickets to the rollicking world premiere production of Sunny Drake’s new work. These 90 hilarious minutes redefine what it means to win.

Emma Houghton and Diego Stredel in the Central Library


Alberta Theatre Projects examines the issue of consent head-on, tackling the politics of race, gender, and privilege on a contemporary university campus. This hot-button performance is sure to be memorable.

A dancer on stage in Unganisha


Exploring the African origin of popular dance genres, this dance theatre production is a not-to-be-missed highlight for Black History Month. Unganisha brings together popular dance genres with roots on the diverse continent of Africa.

The cast of The Burning Pestle in a dressing room

The Burning Pestle

The second in local playwright Dan Gibbins’ Dying on Stage series, this meta show from Scorpio Theatre sees a playwright and his actors conflicted over a donor’s change to the script. It’s a witty look at the play-within-a-play trope.

The cast of the touring production of Dear Evan Hansen

Dear Evan Hansen

A letter that was never meant to be seen and a life he never dreamed he could have, Evan Hansen is about to get the one thing he’s always wanted, the chance to fit in. Enter the digital lottery for a chance to purchase $25 tickets.

Zach Running Coyote in Snowblind


The culmination of a co-operative artist in residence program with Making Treaty 7 Cultural Society and Lunchbox Theatre, this show explores the tradition of Trickster and stories that examine our morals and the choices we face.

Cast members of The Outsider on stage

The Outsider

In politics, the less you know, the higher you’ll go! Both a razor-sharp comedy and a sincere tribute to democracy, The Outsider is a timely and hilarious take on modern politics. Don’t miss Paul Slade Smith’s poignant piece at Stage West Calgary.

A photo promoting The Fairy Queen

The Fairy Queen

A curiously cracked dystopia based on Henry Purcell’s semi-opera, this interdisciplinary playground from the School of Creative and Performing Arts is peppered with brash physicality, farce, and a baroque soundscape.

Ben Caplan on stage in Old Stock: A Refugee Love Story

Old Stock: A Refugee Love Story

With live music and narration by musical sensation Ben Caplan, this visually stunning production has become an international sensation and you can catch a limited run at Alberta Theatre Projects.