Making Canada Great Still

Making Canada Great Still

Join Calgary’s live sketch comedy troupe, The Late, Late Breakfast Show for another hilarious live sketch comedy performance that uses both scripted and improvised elements to bring on the funny.

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Prairie Bowl V

Prairie Bowl V

The battle of the prairies returns but this time in a new arena. The Kinkonauts and The Loose Moose Theatre Company bring this improv tournament home to Calgary.

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A Streetcar Named Desire

A Streetcar Named Desire

When Blanche finds her dissipated life crumbling around her, she calls on the kindness of her sister Stella for some solace. Presented by Spirit Fire Theatre, don’t miss this classic piece of theatre.

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The Inconvenience

The Inconvenience

What would you do if you found out your life was a lie? Urban Stories Theatre explores the unnerving question in this twisted tale of intrigue from Grant Dawson, Knox United Church’s longtime pastor.

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The Hollow

The Hollow

An unhappy game of romantic follow-the-leader devolves into murder at the home of Sir Henry and Lucy Angkatell. Most had the opportunity and many had a motive in this classic whodunit.

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The Kinkonauts in their Shakespearian best

Much Ado From Nothing

Trading in their jeans for Elizabethan short pants, see The Kinkonauts improvise a Shakespearean play on-the-spot based on an audience suggestion. Will it be a comedy, tragedy, or dare we suggest, history?

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Heart

Heart

One question drives Verb Theatre’s new production—what do we want to know about the couple? A combination of improv and conversational performance, each night tells a different story.

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Souliers des Sable or Shoes of Sand

Souliers des Sable or Shoes of Sand

An enchanting play about reaching beyond our fears and exploring the world in which we live, this poetic story is told through puppetry and creative staging.

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The Kings of the Kilburn High Road

The Kings of the Kilburn High Road

When six Irish men left their home to work in London, they always planned to return home one day—20 years later one does, albeit in a coffin.

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