FUSE 2016





FUSE: THE ENBRIDGE NEW PLAY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM is dedicated to the development of new original scripts and adaptations that have potential for production on the Theatre Calgary stage. We invite you to play a key role in the development process through free public reading presentations. Your feedback can have a dramatic effect on the creative direction of these new works. 

Plays developed through FUSE and premiered at Theatre Calgary include Timothy Findley’s The Wars, W.O. Mitchell’s Jake and the Kid, Beyond Eden, Lost – A Memoir, A Christmas Carol, Pride and Prejudice, and Liberation Days. Come be a part of Theatre Calgary’s future!


All FUSE 2016 play readings are FREE and seating is limited. To reserve your seat email: Zachary Moull

Current projects in development through FUSE include:


By Sharon Pollock

Friday, June 17 at 7:30pm
Arts Commons, Jack Singer Rehearsal Hall
Downstairs, Stage Door Entrance, 220 9th Ave SE

For one Calgary family, the flood of 2013 threatens to wash away more than their home. As the water rises around them, the past and present flow through their lives with a force that will pull them apart or carry them toward a new future together.


By Trina Davies

Thursday, June 23 at 7:30pm
Arts Commons, Theatre Calgary Rehearsal Hall
3rd Floor, Stage Door Entrance, 220 9th Ave SE

Alexander Graham Bell connected people around the world by inventing the telephone. But it was little use to his wife, Mabel, who was completely deaf. A beautiful love story about how we truly communicate. This script was commissioned as part of the 2017 Canada Plays project. 

Click here for more information on our FUSE program.