Attending a theatre performance is about enjoying yourself and taking a break from your daily concerns. Ergo, we’ve come up with five crucial hacks to make your next visit to the Martha Cohen Theatre your best one yet. Read more about our five hacks for a more pleasant theatre-going experience.
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A new Executive and Artistic Director is taking the reins at Alberta Theatre Projects.
Single tickets for all shows in our 2018-19 season are now on sale. And that’s awesome. If you’ve been itching to hit ‘go’ on those tickets to The Virgin Trial since April – well, go for it; we love that.
But if you’re interested in not only seeing a few shows this year, but also in saving some coin – we’ve listed a few options here that just might fit the bill.
“What’s a Jane’s Walk? And who is this Jane person anyway?” If you live in Calgary you’ve probably heard of the annual event that takes place the first week of May, but like a lot of people have probably wondered what it is, who it’s for, or why you should check it out. Here’s a bit of history about Jane’s Walk and why we think it’s worth strapping on your walking shoes this weekend.
You can join us at ATP all season long for fun and friendly events where audiences and artists meet and mingle to explore the themes of the plays and celebrate the art of live theatre. Plus: all Exchange events are included with the purchase of your ticket! Read on to find out what we have planned for this week’s Exchange events.
You can join us at ATP all season long for fun and friendly events where audiences and artists meet and mingle to explore the themes of the plays and celebrate the art of live theatre. Read on to find out what we have planned for this week’s Exchange events and special performances.
Empire of the Son is Tetsuro Shigematsu’s west coast hit show that has Canadians charmed, and now it’s in the Martha Cohen Theatre for the second half of the 32nd Annual High Performance Rodeo! What’s Empire of the Son all about, and why was it created? Here are five things to know about this fan favourite production by Vancouver Asian Canadian Theatre (VACT):