Featuring dazzling acrobatics and a live, original music score, Alberta Theatre Projects’ modern-day adaptation of Charlotte’s Web brings with it a brand new take to its encore production of this timeless story, filled with the everlasting magic fans have always loved.
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Everyone’s read Charlotte’s Web: E.B. White’s classic children’s book about the unlikely friendship between a pig named Wilbur and a spider called Charlotte. A story that follows Wilbur from his beginnings as a scrawny piglet who’s spared from becoming pork chops by a young girl named Fern. Originally written in 1952, this year has become that of a renaissance for the treasured children’s tale for a few key reasons.
As we approach Calgary’s second annual #LoveYYC Day on Saturday, November 4, 2017, Tourism Calgary has been asking the community what it is that makes our city so lovable! Alberta Theatre Projects took this opportunity to ask Head of Wardrobe Melissa Mitchell what she loves most about being a Calgarian:
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 To the Light Exchange events.
Talented Calgary actress Julie Orton has been a devotee of Virginia Woolf’s writing years prior to being cast as Lily in ATP’s current play To the Light, a script by playwright Evelyne de la Chenelière and inspired by Virginia Woolf’s novel To the Lighthouse:
An incredible date night of arts and culture is well within reach.
You’re looking for a sexy and sophisticated night out, but you haven’t been to the theatre in awhile. It’s okay. We get it. It can be intimidating. But a night at the theatre in Calgary is not only a memorable experience, but a super easy and economical one too. We’ve developed a guide to enjoying a perfect night of local entertainment — and getting the best value for your dollar.
As one of the most iconic female authors of the 20th century, Virginia Woolf has been a fixture on reading lists for English literature courses for decades. But lately she’s been spotted somewhere new: in popular entertainment.