Maiesha McQueen, Christine Dwyer, and Jessie Shelton on stage


Inspired by Adrienne Shelly’s beloved film, Waitress tells the story of Jenna, a server and expert pie maker as she dreams of a way out of her small town and loveless marriage. Don’t miss this touring Broadway smash on its Calgary stop.

Dancers on stage for Salute to Vienna

Holiday Performances

The hustle and bustle of the holiday season is upon us and it’s important to take a moment out for yourself. There is always a plethora of concerts and theatrical favourites to choose from—so, go see a show or two!

A photo of Curt McKinstry as Dr. John Watson and Braden Griffiths as Sherlock Holmes

Sherlock Holmes and the Raven’s Curse

Sherlock Holmes is summoned to his childhood home to investigate the mysterious death of his uncle and to uncover the truth about a family curse. Join Vertigo Theatre for this world premiere.

Miriam Khalil and Antoine Bélanger in costume for Calgary Opera’s production of La Bohème

La Bohème

Arguably Puccini’s most famous and beloved composition, La Bohème follows the lives of a group of young artists as they eke out an existence on the bohemian fringes of Paris. Join Calgary Opera for this stunning season opener.

Cast members of Dirty Laundry goes to camp

Dirty Laundry

With no scripts and a season-long theme that weaves in two generations of performers, Dirty Laundry continues to do the impossible on stage. In fact, they’ve been doing it for two decades. Check out the new season this October.

Eric Wigston and Nick Driscoll in In Flanders Fields. Book by Robert Gontier, Music by Nicky Phillips, Lyrics by Robert Gontier and Nicky Phillips. Photo by Benjamin Laird.

In Flanders Fields

Based on the extraordinary life of Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae, In Flanders Fields travels from rural Ontario to the mud of the French trenches, revealing the brotherhood, love, and true humanity of one of Canada’s most famous poets.

Kaleem Khan, Charlie Gould, Brendan Hunter, and Kimberley Jev model in a promotional image


A searing debate about race, identity, power, and privilege, Alberta Theatre Projects presents this hot-button, Pulitzer Prize-winning drama by Ayad Akhtar and directed by Nigel Shawn Williams. The show is sure to hold audiences on the edge of their seats.

Actors on stage during Sage Theatre's production of King Kirby

Sage 20th Birthday Celebration

For the past two decades, Sage Theatre has been exploring deep into characters and sharing stories that look into what it means to be alive today. Join in the celebrations and check out four plays in four nights!

A photo illustration of people standing on a roll of 0 bills


A powerful one-act, Canadian-born piece that follows three imperfect characters through their relationships with money, greed, and righteousness, join Theatre Calgary for this not-to-be-missed work from Nichols Billon.