With the ultimate goal of building community and encouraging positive change, Making Treaty 7 returns to Calgary for three evenings of celebration, inspiration and learning.
Get ready to laugh as Morpheus Theatre starts its season with this hilarious comedy. Run for Your Wife introduces audience to John Smith, a man with a schedule and a secret.
After its debut last season in Edmonton, Rosemary Rowe won a 2016 Sterling Award for Outstanding New Play for this nuanced exploration of religious fundamentalism.
One of the greatest anti-heroes ever to grace the stage, The Shakespeare Company takes on the tale of the malicious Richard III to kick off another amazing season.
Known for its bitesized productions, Lunchbox Theatre kicks off its season with this award-winning show by playwright Aaron Bushkowsky. After Jerusalem is a love story where anything can happen.
In a world where social norms are flipped on their ears and extreme role reversal ensues, being gay is the norm. Written by Pam Rocker, see a staged reading at McDougall United Church.
In 2014 Calgary audiences were introduced to the lovable, but deeply flawed, P.I. Philip Marlowe in Farewell, My Lovely, and he’s once again sleuthing for clues on the Vertigo stage.
During World War II Calgary was a very different place to be. It was a training ground and a bustling young city during a time of loneliness and uncertainty.
Each year, Theatre Junction selects six emerging creators to be artists in residence with the company, each one tasked to explore different aspects of theatrical form and performance.