Season 12 : 2014 - 2015

Season tickets are now availabe for the 2014-2015 Season! Not only will you recieve a discounted ticket price, but you'll also gain access to subscriber-exclusive benefits. Buy yours today!

Devil's Day Off (World Premiere)

By Ensemble Member Jon Steinhagen

Directed By Co-Artistic Director Ronan Marra

October 16 – November 22, 2014

A city is battling a record-breaking heat wave for several days when the power goes out for twelve hours. What follows is a mosaic of deprivation, fear, humor, survival and reflection in over 50 mini-plays featuring 100 characters. Written by ensemble member Jon Steinhagen, the author of Successors, the Aces Trilogy and Blizzard ‘67 featuring the music and lyrics of The Next Thing. Devil’s Day Off is supported with funds from Clubbed Thumb's Biennial Commission.

Red Bud (US Premiere)

By Brett Neveu

Directed By Brant Russell

January 22 – Februrary 28, 2015

A group of forty-somethings take their annual trip to "Red Bud," a championship motocross race. The group has nearly rung their mutual friendship dry and uses the overnight camping party to relive past glories, play asinine games and beat the holy hell out of each other. The fly in the ointment is the eighteen year old "girlfriend" of one of the forty-somethings. Frustration, weirdness and old baggage rapidly comes to the surface and old friendships die hard.

The Drowning Girls (Chicago Premiere)

By Beth Graham, Daniela Vlaskalic and Charlie Tomlinson

April 30 – June 6, 2015

Bessie, Alice and Margaret have two things in common: they are married to George Joseph Smith and they are dead. Surfacing from the bathtubs they were Drowning in, the three breathless brides gather evidence against their womanizing, murderous husband by reliving the shocking events leading up to their deaths. Reflecting on the misconceptions of love, married life and the not-so-happily ever after, The Drowning Girls is both a breathtaking fantasia and a social critique, full of rich images, a myriad of characters, and lyrical language. The Drowning Girls premiered at Alberta Theatre Projects' 2008 PlayRites festival and received the Gwen Pharis Ringwood Award for Drama and four Betty Awards (Calgary) as well as a nomination for the Carol Bolt Award.