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April 15, 2014

SPOTLIGHT SATURDAY - The Mountaintop


Dig deeper into the ideas. Spotlight Saturday features special guest speakers, lively panel discussions, and interactive experiences inspired by the themes of our plays.

 
New this season, we are pleased to introduce our SPOTLIGHT SATURDAY series in the Max Bell Theatre upper lobby. And it's free!
 

Spotlight on Social Cause
Saturday, April 19, 3:45pm

Katori Hall’s The Mountaintop invites us into the private moments of a great man whose life was dedicated to leading a social cause. Special guest James McAra, CEO of the Calgary Food Bank, joins Theatre Calgary's Artistic Associate, Shari Wattling, for a conversation about the art of public leadership and the personal challenges of creating positive change for others.

James McAra is a well-known and respected member of Calgary's not for profit community. He believes strongly that volunteers are the foundation of everything that is accomplished within this great city. He has been with the Calgary Food Bank since 2000 and since 2007 as CEO.  Under James' leadership the Food Bank is recognized as one of the 100 Great Places to Work in Canada, a Recommended Charity by Charity Intelligence since 2007 and a 2011 Alberta’s Best Workplace finalist for Health and Safety.  MoneySense magazine also reports the Calgary Food Bank as a top ranked charity for the last three years in their review of Canada’s 100 largest charities.

Join us in our Upper Lobby following the matinee performance of The Mountaintop on Saturday, April 19th, at approximately 3:45pm. The event is free and open to the general public. No ticket required!  Enter via the lower lobby doors of the Max Bell Theatre in the EPCOR CENTRE for the Performing Arts.
 
This event is being presented in partnership with Spur Calgary, April 25 -27, 2014. For more information visit www.spurfestival.ca
 
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James McAra                                      Shari Wattling
 
 

April 10, 2014

Tom McCabe to depart Theatre Calgary


THEATRE CALGARY ANNOUNCES TOM McCABE TO DEPART IN SEPTEMBER

Theatre Calgary's Board of Directors have announced that Theatre Calgary President Tom McCabe will leave his position in September 2014 at the conclusion of his contract.

A former Vice-President of the Bank of Montreal in Calgary, McCabe joined the Board of Directors of Theatre Calgary in 1990.  In the fall of 1992, McCabe became Chairman of the Board and served in that role until 1995.  He was officially named Theatre Calgary President in August of 1997. At the time, the theatre was in the midst of a financial crisis with threat of bankruptcy and closure. Through the hard work of McCabe and dedicated board members, Theatre Calgary was debt-free 12 months later.  Fast forward 17 years and Theatre Calgary is a model of strong fiscal management and artistic excellence in Canada.

"Theatre Calgary is the most rewarding job I have ever had," says McCabe. "To play a role in making sure the company not only survived, but grew and flourished is so fulfilling. The staff of the theatre on all levels have given everything into making Theatre Calgary one of the most successful theatres in the country. I am so proud of where we are and what we have achieved. I will miss Theatre Calgary very much."

In 2005, Dennis Garnhum was named Artistic Director and immediately formed a great partnership with McCabe. "Tom has always been my champion at Theatre Calgary," says Garnhum.  "For the past nine years he has strongly supported the direction I wanted to lead this company.  He has been instrumental in the enormous growth and success of this company.  I will miss him greatly."

Current Chairman of the Board, Mark Thompson, also shares his appreciation. "Theatre Calgary would not be the company it is today without Tom McCabe. He has worked tirelessly since the day he took on the role, 17 years ago.  As a former board chair, he had such a great instinct and knowledge of what needed to be done when he became President. Our loyal patrons, artists and cultural community in Calgary have so much to be thankful to Tom for.  He truly is a Canadian arts leader."

A search for a successor will be conducted in the coming months.

 

April 03, 2014

SPUR Festival event - The Mountaintop

 

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FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT THE SPUR FESTIVAL WEBSITE

READ THE CALGARY HERALD STORY ON THE SPUR FESTIVAL

LEARN MORE ABOUT THE MOUNTAINTOP

 

March 28, 2014

VIDEO - A scene from The Mountaintop


Click below to watch a scene from our Canadian Premiere production of THE MOUNTAINTOP by Katori Hall. The scene features KEVIN HANCHARD (Martin Luther King, Jr.) and BERYL BAIN (Camae). The Mountaintop plays in the Max Bell Theatre until April 20th, 2014. Tickets can be purchased here or by phone 403-294-7447.

 

March 20, 2014

VIDEO - Behind the Scenes - The Mountaintop


Click below to get a behind the scenes look at Theatre Calgary's Canadian Premiere of THE MOUNTAINTOP by Katori Hall.  The video features rehearsal footage and interviews with actors Kevin Hanchard and Beryl Bain. 


The Mountaintop
runs from March 25th - April 20, 2014. Click here to go to the main page for The Mountaintop.

Tickets at 403-294-7447 or online.

 

 

March 04, 2014

SPOTLIGHT SATURDAY - Major Barbara

Dig deeper into the ideas. Spotlight Saturday features special guest speakers, lively panel discussions, and interactive experiences inspired by the themes of our plays.
 
New this season, we are pleased to introduce our SPOTLIGHT SATURDAY series in the Max Bell Theatre upper lobby. And it's free!
 
 
Spotlight on Social Theatre
Saturday, March 8, 4:45pm


Spotlight Saturday for Major Barbara will feature a panel of Calgary theatre leaders whose work engages with social issues in our city.
 
In his preface to Major Barbara, Bernard Shaw wrote (with his typical bombast), “I am, and have always been, a revolutionary writer, because our laws make law impossible; our liberties destroy all freedom; our property is organized robbery; our morality is impudent hypocrisy; our wisdom is administered by inexperienced or malexperienced dupes, our power wielded by cowards and weaklings, and our honour false in all its points.” What does it mean to be a revolutionary artist one hundred years later?
 
COL CSEKE is Co-Artistic Director of Verb Theatre and Artistic Director of Inside Out Theatre. He is a published playwright and is currently writing a play exploring the Calgary Mixed Martial Arts sub-culture, devising a piece about sex and disability, and creating a documentary theatre piece about Temporary Foreign Workers in Brooks, Alberta.
 
MARK HOPKINS
is Co-Artistic Director of Swallow-a-Bicycle Theatre and founder of the We Should Know Each Other event series. He's also involved with artsScene Calgary, ArtsVote, Calgary Arts Development, the Calgary Foundation, the Mayor's Arts Champions Committee and VoteKit Calgary.
 
SIMON MALLETT is Artistic Director of Downstage and has directed many of the company’s productions. He has also worked with a number of other companies, including Theatre Calgary, Vertigo Theatre, Alberta Theatre Projects, and Lunchbox Theatre.
 
Spotlight Saturday for Major Barbara takes place on Saturday, March 8th, at approximately 4:45pm (following the conclusion of the matinee performance). The event is free and open to the general public. No ticket required! Enter via the lower lobby doors of the Max Bell Theatre in the EPCOR CENTRE for the Performing Arts.
 
 

February 19, 2014

VIDEO - Behind the Scenes on Major Barbara


Click below to watch a behind the scenes video and a scene from our production of MAJOR BARBARA by George Bernard Shaw. Featured are inteviews with actors Dean Paul Gibson and Gretchen Hall.  The show is produced in Association with the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco. Major Barbara plays in the Max Bell Theatre until Dec. 24th. Tickets can be purchased here or by phone 403-294-7447.


Behind the scenes video.

 

A scene from Major Barbara.

 

 

February 17, 2014

VIDEO - A scene from Major Barbara


Click below to watch a scene from our production of MAJOR BARBARA by George Bernard Shaw. The show is produced in Association with the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco. Major Barbara plays in the Max Bell Theatre until Dec. 24th. Tickets can be purchased here or by phone 403-294-7447.

 

December 23, 2013

Toonies For Turkeys - $1.5 million!


Yesterday, we surpassed $1.5 million in all-time donations to Toonies For Turkeys. Since it's inception in 1997, every single coin, bill and cheque has gone directly to the Calgary Food Bank.

We are so proud of this initiative and applaud Stephen Hair, Lindsay Burns and the casts of A Christmas Carol over the years for their devotion to making the lives for the less fortunate in Calgary that much brighter at Christmas time.

THANK YOU to all our audiences who have donated and continue to donate, along with the long-time contribution from the Canadian Tire Foundation for Families and Canada Safeway. You have all made a difference. Bravo.

 

December 09, 2013

VIDEO - A scene from A Christmas Carol

Check out a scene from our production of A CHRISTMAS CAROL by Charles Dickens, adapted for the stage by Dennis Garnhum. Featured in the scene are Stephen Hair, Robert Klein, Kendra Braun, Doug McKeag, Graham Percy and Karl Sine. A Christmas Carol plays in the Max Bell Theatre until Dec. 24th. Tickets can be purchased here or by phone 403-294-7447.

 

November 06, 2013

SPOTLIGHT SATURDAY - Harry Sanders

 
Dig deeper into the ideas. Spotlight Saturday features special guest speakers, lively panel discussions, and interactive experiences inspired by the themes of our plays.

 
New this season, we are pleased to introduce our SPOTLIGHT SATURDAY series in the Max Bell Theatre upper lobby. And it's free!

For The Great Gatsby, Spotlight Saturday (November 9th) features Calgary's Historian Laureate, HARRY SANDERS. Harry joins us to talk about Calgary in the roaring 20s and the history of booze and bootlegging in Alberta.

Harry is a Calgary based historian, freelance writer, historical consultant and speaker.  You can follow him on twitter @harry_historian
 
SPOTLIGHT SATURDAY
November 9th
Starts at approximately 4:45pm (following the conclusion of The Great Gatsby matinee)
FREE!
(no ticket required)
Enter via the lower lobby of the Max Bell Theatre (Epcor Centre for the Performing Arts)
 


 
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Harry Sanders
 
 

October 18, 2013

VIDEO - A scene from The Great Gatsby

 
Check out a Gatsby party scene from Theatre Calgary's production of The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald, adapted for the stage by Simon Levy. The show runs in the Max Bell Theatre from October 15 - November 10th, 2013. Tickets online at theatrecalgary.com or by phone 403-294-7447.


October 15, 2013

VIDEO - The Great Gatsby behind the scenes

 
Check out our new behind the scenes on The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald, adapted for the stage by Simon Levy.  The video features interviews with actors BOB FRAZER (Jay Gatsby) and JONATHON YOUNG (Nick Carraway), along with rehearsal footage of Gatsby big party.  The Great Gatsby plays at Theatre Calgary from Oct. 15th - Nov. 10th, 2013. Purchase tickets here or by phone 403-294-7447.


 

September 26, 2013

Meet PAUL SUN-HYUNG LEE on Spotlight Saturday!

 
This Saturday, we are pleased to introduce our SPOTLIGHT SATURDAY series in the Max Bell Theatre upper lobby. And it's free!

The first Spotlight Saturday (September 28th) features Kim's lead actor, PAUL SUN-HYUNG LEE. The doors to our theatre open following the matinee of Kim's Convenience (at approximately 3:30pm). The event starts at 3:45pm, and you do not need a ticket to attend.

Paul Sun-Hyung Lee (Appa) has Calgary roots. In an in-depth interview, hear about Paul’s experiences growing up in the northwest of the city, his road to Kim’s Convenience, and his thoughts on returning after many years.

Dig deeper into the ideas. Spotlight Saturday features special guest speakers, lively panel discussions, and interactive experiences inspired by the themes of our plays.
 
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Paul Sun-Hyung Lee
 
 

July 25, 2013

Pride and Prejudice wins Critter Award for Best Play


At the 2013 Calgary Theatre Critic CRITTER Awards last night, Theatre Calgary's Pride and Prejudice took home the Critter for Best Play. The new adaptation by Victoria playwright Janet Munsil, was seen in the fall of 2012 in Calgary and then went on to a successful run in November at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa.

Other Critter awards received by Theatre Calgary last night include Featured Actress in a Musical Award to SARA FARB for her turn as Natalie in Next To Normal, and the Best Touring Production Award to Iceland's Vesturport for their production of Metamorphosis, which was seen at Theatre Calgary as part of One Yellow Rabbit's High Performance Rodeo in January 2013. Congratulations to all the recipients.

A full roundup can be found in today's Calgary Herald and Calgary Sun.

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Shannon Taylor and Tyrell Crews in Pride and Prejudice. Photo by Trudie Lee

 

July 25, 2013

Theatre Calgary & Shaw Festival team up in 2014-15


Theatre Calgary is thrilled to announce that we will team up with the SHAW FESTIVAL to present The Philadelphia Story in 2014-15.

The show will be directed by Theatre Calgary artistic director Dennis Garnhum and will make its premiere in the summer of 2014 at the Shaw Festival in Niagara on the Lake, ON. The production will then be presented as part of our 2014-15 season of plays.

“Building connections with other theatre companies across Canada and the United States is something we are very focused on here at The Shaw", says Shaw Fesival artistic director Jackie Maxwell. "Over the last 10 years, we have visited companies in cities such as Toronto, Ottawa, Chicago, Detroit and are thrilled to add Theatre Calgary to the list, currently one of the most vital regional theatres in Canada.”

For more information, please read the Shaw Festival season media release here pdficon

The remainder of our 2014-15 season will be announced in early 2014.
 

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June 27, 2013

NEW LOCATION - Shakespeare in the Park

 

Theatre Calgary and Mount Royal University (MRU) are pleased to officially announce that Shakespeare in the Park, and its production of Romeo and Juliet, will relocate to the outdoor amphitheatre at Mount Royal University for the summer.  Performances will run July 4 to August 10th, and the performance schedule can be found here.

Click here to read the media release pdficon

For more information on Shakespeare in the Park, click here.


We sincerely appreciate everyone's support and encourage all Calgarians to join in the cleanup and restoration of our beautiful city and parks in any way they can.

 

June 24, 2013

SITE UPDATE - Shakespeare in the Park

Due to the extensive damage from flooding to Prince's Island Park, we are working with our partners at Mount Royal University to bring Romeo & Juliet to their outdoor amphitheatre on campus for July and August. More details as it becomes official in the coming days.

We sincerely appreciate everyone's support and encourage all Calgarians to join in the cleanup and restoration of our beautiful city and parks in any way they can.

For more information on Shakespeare in the Park, click here.

 

 

June 22, 2013

FLOOD UPDATE - Shakespeare in the Park

Due to the extensive flood damage to our set and trailers on Prince's Island Park, we are exploring all alternatives to bring Romeo & Juliet to Calgary this summer. The show WILL go on, but just not on Prince's Island at this time. Please stay tuned for updates in the next few days.

We sincerely appreciate everyone's support and, when the time comes, encourage all Calgarians to join in the cleanup and restoration of our beautiful city and parks in any way they can.

 

June 05, 2013

Theatre Calgary Auditions - MARY POPPINS, THE MOUNTAINTOP


Theatre Calgary and the Citadel Theatre (Edmonton) are holding auditions for MARY POPPINS in Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver and Toronto in July & August.  Application deadline is June 24th. The full audition posting can be found here.

Theatre Calgary is also holding auditions for THE MOUNTAINTOP in Toronto on July 4th.  Application deadline is June 21st. Calgary auditions have already taken place. The full audition posting can be found here.

 

Artists who are members of the Canadian Actors Equity Association will be given audition priority.  CAEA members: please bring your membership card to any audition.  Non-Equity artists will be seen when and if spaces are available. Theatre Calgary is a member of the Professional Association of Canadian Theatres, and operates within the jurisdiction of the Canadian Theatre Agreement.  Equity members cast in any production will be engaged under an Equity form of contract.

 

May 01, 2013

Dennis Garnhum awarded QE II Medal

On opening night of Anne of Green Gables, Artistic Director Dennis Garnhum was presented with the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal by Mayor Nenshi. It just so happened that Anne creator Don Harron happened to be wearing his that night too. We couldn't resist getting this photo.
 
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(photo by Jeff Yee - Raindrop Images)
 
 
Here is a photo from backstage as Dennis was congratulated by Mayor Nenshi.

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(photo by Sam Hindle)
 
 

April 26, 2013

NEW VIDEO - Anne of Green Gables - The Musical


Click below to watch our promotional video for ANNE OF GREEN GABLES - THE MUSICAL, featuring all new orchestrations and arrangements by Dave Pierce.  The show runs April 23 - June 2, 2013 in the Max Bell Theatre in the Epcor Centre for the Performing Arts.  Tickets at 403-294-7447.




 

April 17, 2013

SHAKESPEARE IN THE PARK - Update

Theatre Calgary is saddened to learn of the proposed suspension of two theatre diploma programs at Mount Royal University.  As it pertains to Shakespeare in the Park for 2013 and our important partnership with MRU, nothing is affected.  The 2013 presentation of Romeo and Juliet will still perform from June 26 through August 10 in Prince's Island Park as planned.

In relation to the 2014 Shakespeare in the Park program, should MRU no longer be able to partner with us, Theatre Calgary will explore every possible avenue to ensure that this Calgary tradition will continue.  Shakespeare in the Park is very important to the city, and should the attendance and community support continue in 2013, it will be a significant indication that we can remain optimistic about the future of Shakespeare in the Park.


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March 22, 2013

Call for submissions - 2017: CANADA PLAYS


2017: CANADA PLAYS

In anticipation of Canada’s 150th anniversary in 2017, Theatre Calgary is seeking bold, new plays about national ideas and what it means to be Canadian. Several projects will be selected for workshop development and exploration within FUSE: The Enbridge Play Development Program, with the goal of discovering a play to premiere as the centerpiece of our celebratory season in 2017.

We invite professional playwrights from coast to coast to submit their big ideas! Both completed scripts and exciting project proposals welcome! What are the surprising national stories that need to be told on stage? What does it mean to be “Canadian?” Where have we been; where are we now; where are we going? We are seeking large-scale, ambitious projects with a maximum of originality and imagination—like our beautiful country.

For more information and submission guidelines, download here pdficon

 

March 14, 2013

Video - A scene from GOD OF CARNAGE


A scene from Theatre Calgary's production of GOD OF CARNAGE, by Yasmia Reza, translated by Christopher Hampton. The video features actors Ryan Luhning, Doug McKeag, Helen Taylor and Daniela Vlaskalic. God of Carnage runs now through April 7th.


March 08, 2013

AUDITIONS - Shakespeare in the Park - Romeo and Juliet


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Theatre Calgary and Mount Royal University will be holding auditions in Calgary on Saturday, April 13 and Sunday, April 14 for the 2013 company of Shakespeare in the Park which will perform Romeo and Juliet at Prince’s Island Park. 

PLEASE NOTE:

Shakespeare in the Park is for emerging artists only. 

Qualifications:
•    You must be a graduate of a theatre program at a post-secondary institution within Alberta.
•    Must have graduated in 2013, 2012 or 2011.
•    Cannot be a registered Equity apprentice – (ie. you cannot have signed any type of Equity contract in the past).


Deadline for submissions is Monday, March 25, 2013. 

Please submit headshots and resumes to Susan McNair Reid, Theatre Calgary via emailPlease use “SITP audition submission” in the subject line. 

Only successful applicants will be contacted and provided with further details.

For more information, please download the Shakespeare in the Park audition notice  pdficon

If you would like to send in a hard copy of your headshot and resume, please mail to:

SITP Auditions
c/o Theatre Calgary
220 – 9 Avenue
Calgary, AB  T2G 5C4


> Go to main Auditions & Employment page

March 07, 2013

VIDEO - Behind the scenes on GOD OF CARNAGE

 
A behind the scenes video featuring the cast of Theatre Calgary's production of GOD OF CARNAGE by Yasmina Reza, translated by Christopher Hampton.  The interviews feature actors Ryan Luhning, Doug McKeag, Daniela Vlaskalic and Helen Taylor discussing the play, their past schoolyard scraps and just what exactly Clafouti is.  GOD OF CARNAGE runs at Theatre Calgary from March 12 to April 7, 2013.  Tickets at 403-294-7447.
 
 

February 06, 2013

Video - A scene from THE KITE RUNNER

 
A scene from Theatre Calgary's Canadian Premiere of THE KITE RUNNER, adapted by Matthew Spangler, based on the novel by Khaled Hosseini.  The play runs at the Max Bell Theatre in Calgary from January 29 - February 24, 2013 and is a co-production with the Citadel Theatre in Edmonton.

 

February 02, 2013

Behind the scenes video for THE KITE RUNNER

 
A behind the scenes look at Theatre Calgary's Canadian Premiere of THE KITE RUNNER, adapted by Matthew Spangler, based on the novel by Khaled Hosseini. Interviewed are musician & composer Salar Nader and sound designer Matthew Waddell. The play runs at the Max Bell Theatre in Calgary until February 24, 2013. The Kite Runner is a co-production with the Citadel Theatre in Edmonton.
 
 

January 24, 2013

CBC feature on The Kite Runner

Today (Thursday, Jan 24) just after the 4:30pm news, listen to CBC radio's The Homestretch (1010 AM, 99.1 FM in Calgary) for a feature by Ken Lima-Coelho on THE KITE RUNNER .  Below is a photo of Ken getting some sound from percussionist Salar Nader for the story.

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January 08, 2013

METAMORPHOSIS is coming

Metamorphosis, our co-presentation with One Yellow Rabbit and the High Performance Rodeo is coming...

Featuring original music by Nick Cave and Warren Ellis, the show runs January 9-13, 2013.

Click here to purchase tickets to this extremely limited engagement.  Don't miss out!

 

December 14, 2012

More love for Pride and Prejudice cast

We wish to congratulate Pride and Prejudice cast member Ellen Close (Charlotte) on her engagement upon returning to Calgary after the run at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa.  It has been a show full of romantic gestures as follwing the curtain call of the final performance here at Theatre Calgary, fellow cast member Léda Davies (Kitty) was proposed to onstage.

Love is in the air!

 

December 12, 2012

Backstage with the Cratchit children


Global TV's Gil Tucker got a first hand tour by real-life brother and sister Cratchit children Fionn (Tiny Tim) and Caoimhe (Martha) Laird earlier in the run of A Christmas Carol.

 

December 06, 2012

Behind the Scenes with Shaw TV


Alanna Nolan and Shaw TV's GO! Calgary followed actor Stafford Perry on a fun backstage tour of our 2012 version of A Christmas Carol.


December 03, 2012

Mayor Nenshi at Christmas Carol

Who's having more fun at the opening night post-show party for A Christmas Carol...Mayor Nenshi, or our company of young actors?  A Christmas Carol is now open and runs through December 23.

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November 29, 2012

Watch a scene from A Christmas Carol

A scene from Theatre Calgary's production of A Christmas Carol, featuring Stephen Hair as Scrooge. The production runs from Nov. 29 - Dec. 23, 2012.

November 21, 2012

Dennis Garnhum previews A Christmas Carol

Theatre Calgary Artistic Director Dennis Garnhum previews A Christmas Carol at Theatre Calgary.  The production runs from November 29 - December 23, 2012.

November 15, 2012

Pride closes with a Proposal

Our run of Pride and Prejudice closed last Sunday afternoon with a surprise for cast member Léda Davies.  She was proposed to by her beau onstage following the curtain call.  For all the details, check out the Calgary Herald blog written by Steve Hunt.

November 05, 2012

First Day of A Christmas Carol

Today is the first day of rehearsals for our annual holoiday production of A CHRISTMAS CAROL.  The cast gathered this morning for the first read-through, including our group of eight young actors. At 26 consecutive years, A Christmas Carol is the longest running professional holiday production in Canada.

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November 05, 2012

Pride & Prejudice SOLD OUT

We wish to announce that all remaining performances of Pride and Prejudice are SOLD OUT.  Our very sincere thanks to everyone who has supported the production and to those lucky enough to have a ticket for the final week of the run.

October 30, 2012

Theatre Calgary hits 11,000 subscribers

A big thank you to Mr. R. Taner, who today became our 11,000 season subscriber. We are very fortunate and thank each and every subscriber for their ongoing support of our productions.

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October 19, 2012

Pride and Prejudice backstage celebration

Backstage of Pride & Prejudice right after the performance on opening night (Oct. 19). Champagne, hugs and kudos all around.

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October 15, 2012

Go behind the scenes on Pride and Prejudice

Our cameras went into the rehearsal hall to chat with Mr. Darcy (Tyrell Crews) and Elizabeth Bennet (Shannon Taylor). See what they think of their characters, the opposite sex and all the classic Jane Austen romance in the air.

Click below to watch a behind the scenes video from Pride and Prejudice.

 

October 10, 2012

LOST Governor General's Award nomination

Theatre Calgary Artistic Director Dennis Garnhum and Calgary author Cathy Ostlere have been nominated for a prestigious Governor General's Literary Award for their adaptation of Ostlere's non-fiction LOST – A MEMOIR.  The play was produced as part of our 2010-11 season, and has since been produced at the Neptune Theatre in Halifax, Prairie Theatre Exchange in Winnipeg. The American premiere was presented at the Indiana Repertory Theatre in 2011.  For more information, click here.

 

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