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Westlock Cultural Arts Theatre - Westlock, AB | March 30 - April 2A sidesplitting look at a family learning to love again.
Essex Hall Theatre, University of Windsor - Windsor, ON | March 31 - April 9In a series of scenes connected by time, place, and a most unusual radio broadcast, we follow the interwoven lives of the characters of Bedtime Stories in their comic struggle to find the meaning of love.
The Curtain Club Theatre - Richmond Hill, ON | March 31 - April 15Evelyn was a mother of three and a reliable wife to her husband, Trevor. But one day, out of the blue, she simply vanished. When big-city investigator Carol is brought in to investigate, the rural southern Ontario town is turned upside-down to uncover the truth behind Evelyn’s disappearance.
Tale Spinner Theatre - North Battleford, Sask. | April 21 - 22
Presented in a brand-new edition with a new introduction and updated script, revisit the play that is being produced over and over again throughout the world.
"Boys With Cars" at Young People's Theatre - Toronto, ON | March 23 - April 1
A co-publication with Banff Centre Press.
Three coming-of-age solo shows that follow the lives of teenage girls who attend the same high school and process their real-life dilemmas through dance, while exploring the heartaches of youth and the meaning of heritage.
Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre - Winnipeg, MB | March 29 - April 15
Finalist for the 2016 Governor General's Literary Award for Drama.
Normal is relative.
Theatre Orangeville - Orangeville, ON | March 24 - April 9
Norman Davenport feels he was born in the wrong century. As he opens a brand new clothing store, disappointed because he feels forced to cater to more current tastes, he makes a wish that changes his life—and the lives of his two loyal employees—forever.
On Tour via Artistic Fraud; Jan 25 - Apr 8, Ottawa, Halifax, London (ON)
Based on the classic novel by Wayne Johnston, The Colony of Unrequited Dreams is a fictionalized portrait of Joseph R. Smallwood, the controversial political figure who ambitiously led Newfoundland into Confederation with Canada, and became its first premier.
Tarragon Theatre - Toronto, Ontario | March 22 - April 2
From acclaimed author Hannah Moscovitch comes Infinity, a haunting, candid ode to the nature of time and love as two parallel stories unfold in unexpected ways.
Alberta Theatre Projects - Calgary, AB | April 4 - 22 and Great Canadian Theatre Company - Ottawa, ON | April 11 - 30
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A fast-paced political comedy from Michael Healey, the critically acclaimed author of The Drawer Boy and Proud, that examines the space between ideals and political reality during a monumental moment in Prime Minister Joe Clark’s career.