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Founded in Calgary in 1972 by Douglas Riske and Lucille Wagner, along with playwright Paddy Campbell, Alberta Theatre Projects envisioned bussing school children to see plays about Canadian history at a historic site. ATP was the first Canadian theatre for young audiences to have its own home – the Canmore Opera House in Heritage Park.

Few existing plays celebrated Canada’s history, so ATP commissioned new works, with 30 scripts produced in the first four years. When ATP’s mandate expanded to include an adult season, commissions for new plays continued. Local playwrights whose careers were advanced by writing for ATP in its early years include Campbell, W.O. Mitchell, Sharon Pollock, and John Murrell.

In 1983 Michael Dobbin became producing director of ATP. As ATP grew, the limitations of the Canmore Opera House began to outweigh its charms. Few theatres have experienced a more dramatic change than did ATP in 1985 when it moved from a 165-seat log cabin to an approximately 400-seat playhouse in the Calgary Centre for the Performing Arts (now Arts Commons). The new Martha Cohen Theatre was named for one of Calgary’s outstanding philanthropists. The Martha Cohen Theatre is one of the most unique theatres in North America, using an intimate Georgian courtyard design. The well-equipped performance space fosters a dynamic and intimate relationship between the performers and the audience, and allows for flexibility. The theatre has often been converted from a proscenium configuration into a thrust configuration. Other configurations such as cabaret and even theatre in the round have also been used occasionally.

The program for children did not survive the move, although in 1999 ATP revived its youth programming in the form of an annual Family Holiday Show that continues to this day.

What most distinguishes ATP is its commitment to contemporary theatre and to creating and producing new Canadian plays. From 1987 to 2013, the annual playRites Festival produced 115 world premiere Canadian plays in a repertory format.

Brad Fraser’s Unidentified Human Remains and the True Nature of Love , Sally Clark’s Moo, Michael O’Brien’s Mad Boy Chronicle and Eugene Stickland’s Some Assembly Required and A Guide To Mourning all premiered at ATP. The Festival premiered the work of such Canadian playwriting greats as Joan MacLeod, Linda Griffiths, Colleen Murphy, Wendy Lill, Sky Gilbert, Guillermo Verdecchia, Michel Marc Bouchard, Stephen Massicotte, Mieko Ouchi, Carole Fréchette, Francois Archambault, and many others.

Bob White, who led the Festival from its inception to 1999, became Artistic Director from 1999 to 2009. When White left ATP in 2009, his replacement was Vanessa Porteous, long associated with ATP as a dramaturg and director. In 2013, Vicki Stroich, ATP’s Artistic Associate and Dramaturg, became ATP’s Executive Director.

Through the years, ATP has broadened its audience, introducing plays from an international repertoire while remaining dedicated to Canadian playwriting.

ATP now produces an annual season of six plays, including plays from the national and international repertoire, at least two world premieres, a Family Holiday Show, and a presentation.

ATP is a not for profit professional theatre company, a member of the Professional Association of Canadian Theatres, and a signatory to the Canadian Theatre Agreement. ATP maintains professional relationships with Canadian Actors Equity Association, the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, the Associated Designers of Canada, and the Playwrights Guild of Canada.

 

ARCHIVED PLAY LIST

2016/2017 SEASOn

WAITING FOR THE PARADE (Canadian)
by John Murrell
September 13 – October 1, 2016

FORTUNE FALLS (Premiere, Enbridge New Canadian Play)
A Catalyst Theatre Creation
Book by Jonathan Christenson and Beth Graham, Music & Lyrics by Jonathan Christenson
October 18 – November 5, 2016

SLIPPER: A DISTINCTLY CALGARIAN CINDERELLA STORY (Premiere, Canadian)
By Rebecca Northan in collaboration with Christian Goutsis and Bruce Horak
November 22 – December 31, 2016

CATHY JONES: STRANGER TO HARD WORK (Canadian)
Written and Performed by Cathy Jones
January 17 – January 29, 2017

GRACIE (Premiere, Enbridge New Canadian Play)
by Joan MacLeod
A Co-Production with The Belfry Theatre, Victoria
February 28 – March 18, 2017

1979 (Premiere, Enbridge New Canadian Play)
by Michael Healey
April 4 – April 22, 2017

2015/2016 SEASON

VANYA AND SONIA AND MASHA AND SPIKE
by Christopher Durang
September 15 – October 3, 2015

THE CIRCLE (Premiere, Enbridge New Canadian Play)
by Geoffrey Simon Brown
October 20 – November 7, 2015

LEGEND HAS IT (Canadian)
Created by Rebecca Northan with Renée Amber, Bruce Horak, Mark Meer and Jamie Northan
November 24 – December 31, 2015

LIFE, DEATH, AND THE BLUES (Canadian)
Written and conceived by Raoul Bhaneja
January 19 – January 31, 2016

COCKROACH (Premiere, Enbridge New Canadian Play)
by Jonathan Garfinkel, based on the novel by Rawi Hage
March 1 – March 19, 2016

BUYER & CELLAR
by Jonathan Tolins
April 23, 2016

 

2014/2015 SEASON

VENUS IN FUR
by David Ives
September 9 – September 27, 2014

BUTCHER (Premiere, Enbridge New Canadian Play)
by Nicolas Billon
October 14 – November 1, 2014

E.B. WHITE’S CHARLOTTE’S WEB
Adapted by Joseph Robinette
November 27 – December 31, 2014

MUMP & SMOOT IN “ANYTHING” WITH KNOOMA (Canadian)
Created and Performed by Michael Kennard and John Turner
January 20 – February 1, 2015

THE LAST VOYAGE OF DONALD CROWHURST (Premiere, Enbridge New Canadian Play)
by David Van Belle and Eric Rose
In association with Ghost River Theatre
February 24 – March 14, 2015

BECKY’S NEW CAR
by Steven Dietz
April 7 – April 25, 2015

 

2013/2014 Season

THE MOTHERF**KER WITH THE HAT
by Stephen Adly Guirgis
October 15 – November 2, 2013

AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS
An adaptation by Toby Hulse of the novel by Jules Verne
November 21 – December 29, 2013

DO TOU WANT WHAT I HAVE GOT? A CRAIGSLIST CANTATA (Canadian)
by Veda Hille, Bill Richardson and Amiel Gladstone
January 22 – February 1, 2014

Enbridge playRites Festival of New Canadian Plays
March 5 – April 6, 2014

YOU WILL REMEMBER ME (Premiere, Canadian)
by François Archambault, translated by Bobby Theodore
March 5 – April 6, 2014

LEGEND HAS IT (Premiere, Canadian)
Created by Rebecca Northan with Renee Amber, Bruce Horak, Mark Meer, Jamie Northan, and Sean Bowie
March 6 – April 5, 2014

GAMES (Premiere, Canadian)
by Linda Griffiths
March 7 – April 5, 2014

SAME SAME BUT DIFFERENT (Premiere, Canadian)
by Anita Majumdar
March 18 – April 6, 2014

THE RED PRIEST (EIGHT WAYS TO SAY GOODBYE) (Canadian)
by Mieko Ouchi
April 29 – May 17, 2014

 

2012/2013 Season

INTIMATE APPAREL
by Lynn Nottage
October 9 – October 27, 2012

YOU’RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN
Based on the Comic Strip “Peanuts” by Charles M. Schulz. Book, Music and Lyrics by Clark Gesner
November 22 – December 30, 2012

THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS NEXT (Canadian)
by Daniel MacIvor
January 23 – February 3, 2013

Enbridge playRites Festival of New Canadian Plays
March 6 – April 7, 2013

THE VALLEY (Premiere, Canadian)
by Joan MacLeod
March 6 – April 7, 2013

DUST (Premiere, Canadian)
by Jonathan Garfinkel and Christopher Morris In association with Human Cargo
March 7 – April 6, 2013

THE APOLOGY (Premiere, Canadian)
by Darrah Teitel
March 8 – April 6, 2013

THE GOD THAT COMES (Premiere, Canadian)
by Christian Barry and Hawksley Workman In association with 2b theatre
March 19 – April 7, 2013

RED
by John Logan
April 30 – May 18, 2013

 

2011/2012 Season

TRUE LOVE LIES (Canadian)
by Brad Fraser
September 20 – October 8, 2011

PENNY PLAIN (Canadian)
Created and Performed by Ronnie Burkett
October 18 – November 6, 2011

WIZARD OF OZ, THE MUSICAL
By L. Frank Baum, with Music and Lyrics by Harold Arlen and E.Y. Harburg, Background Music by Herbert Stothart
November 23 – December 31, 2011

Enbridge playRites Festival of New Canadian Plays
February 1 – March 4, 2012

THINKING OF YU (Premiere, Canadian)
By Carole Fréchette, Translated by John Murrell
February 1 – March 4, 2012

DRAMA: PILOT EPISODE (Premiere, Canadian)
By Karen Hines
February 2 – March 3, 2012

ASH RIZIN (Premiere, Canadian)
By Michael P. Northey and Kyprios In association with Green Thumb Theatre
February 3 – March 3, 2012

GOOD FENCES (Premiere, Canadian)
By the Downstage Creation Ensemble In association with Downstage
February 14 – March 4, 2012

MARY’S WEDDING (Canadian)
By Stephen Massicotte
March 27 – April 14, 2012

PLAYING WITH FIRE: THE THEO FLEURY STORY (Premiere, Canadian)
By Kirstie McLellan Day, Based on the life of Theo Fleury Starring Shaun Smyth
May 1 – May 19, 2012

 

2010/2011 Season

THE PENELOPIAD
by Margaret Atwood (Canadian)
(September 21 – October 9, 2010)

THE LAST DOG OF WAR
Written & Performed by Linda Griffiths (Canadian)
(October 19 – November 6, 2010)

SEUSSICAL™ THE MUSICAL
by Lynn Ahrens & Stephen Flaherty
(November 25 – December 30, 2010)

Enbridge playRites Festival of New Canadian Plays
(February 2 – March 6, 2011)

THE ROMEO INITIATIVE
by Trina Davies (Premiere, Canadian)

NISEI BLUE
by Mieko Ouchi (Premiere, Canadian)

HEARTBREAKER
by Morwyn Brebner (Premiere, Canadian)

300 TAPES
by Public Recordings (Premiere, Canadian)
(Co-produced with Alberta Theatre Projects and The Theatre Centre)

THE EROTIC ANGUISH OF DON JUAN
by The Old Trout Puppet Workshop (Canadian)
(March 29 – April 16, 2011)

MUMP & SMOOT CRACKED
by Michael Kennard & John Turner (Canadian)
(April 26 – May 15, 2011)

 

2009/2010 Season

SHAKESPEARE’S DOG
by Rick Chafe (Canadian)
adapted from the novel by Leon Rooke
(September 22 – October 10, 2009)

I, CLAUDIA
by Kristen Thomson (Canadian)
(a Crow’s Theatre Production)
(October 20 – November 8, 2009)

TOAD OF TOAD HALL
by Philip Goulding
(November 25 – December 27, 2009)

Enbridge playRites Festival of New Canadian Plays
(February 3 – March 7, 2010)

ABRAHAM LINCOLN GOES TO THE THEATRE
by Larry Tremblay (Premiere, Canadian)
translated by Chantal Bilodeau

HOW DO I LOVE THEE?
by Florence Gibson (Premiere, Canadian)

TYLAND
by Greg MacArthur (Premiere, Canadian)

THE HIGHEST STEP IN THE WORLD
by David van Belle & Eric Rose (Premiere, Canadian)
(In association with Ghost River Theatre )

BILLY TWINKLE: REQUIEM FOR A GOLDEN BOY
created and performed by Ronnie Burkett (Canadian)
music by John Alcorn, Lighting design by Kevin Humphrey
(March 18 – April 11, 2010)

COMMUNION
by Daniel MacIvor (Canadian)
(April 27 – May 15, 2010)

 

2008/2009 Season

UNITY (1918)
by Kevin Kerr (Canadian)
(September 23 – October 11, 2008)

EAST OF BERLIN
by Hannah Moscovitch (Canadian)
(October 21 – November 8, 2008)

ROBIN HOOD
by Jeffrey Pitcher (Premiere, Canadian)
(November 26 – December 28, 2008)

Enbridge playRites Festival of New Canadian Plays
(February 4 – March 8, 2009)

ANOTHER HOME INVASION
by Joan MacLeod (Premiere, Canadian)
(a co-production with Tarragon Theatre)

THE CLOCKMAKER
by Stephen Massicotte (Premiere, Canadian)

THE GOOD EGG
by Michael Lewis MacLennan (Premiere, Canadian)

NiX
created by The Only Animal (Premiere, Canadian)
(a co-production with The Only Animal (Vancouver), Ghost River Theatre (Calgary) & Alberta Theatre Projects (Calgary))

THE EROTIC ANGUISH OF DON JUAN
created by The Old Trout Puppet Workshop with Vanessa Porteous, Mercedes Bátiz-Benét & George Fenwick
(March 24 – April 11, 2009)

STUDIES IN MOTION: THE HAUNTINGS OF EADWEARD MUYBRIDGE
by Kevin Kerr (Canadian) (a presentation of Electric Theatre Company (Vancouver))
(April 21 – May 9, 2009)

 

2007/2008 Season

RABBIT HOLE
by David Lindsay-Abaire
(September 11 – 29, 2007)

STILL DESIRE YOU
by Paul Ledoux and David Young. Music by Melanie Doane.
A joint production with Western Canada Theatre, Kamloops, BC. (Canadian)
(October 16 – November 3, 2007)

OLIVER TWIST OR, THE STREET BOY’S PROGRESS
by Charles Dickens, Adapted by Michael O’Brien (Canadian)
(November 22 – December 27, 2007)

Enbridge playRites Festival of New Canadian Plays
(February 6 – March 9, 2008)

THAT ELUSIVE SPARK
by Janet Munsil (Premiere, Canadian)

AUGUST, AN AFTERNOON IN THE COUNTRY
by Jean Marc Dalpe, Translated by Maureen Labonte (Premiere, Canadian)

THE GIFT OF THE COAT
by Sean Dixon (Premiere, Canadian)

TRAIN
by Maiko Bae Yamamoto (Premiere, Canadian)

THE DROWNING GIRLS
by Daniela Vlaskalic, Beth Graham and Charlie Tomlinson (Premiere, Canadian)

THE SYRINGA TREE
by Pamela Gien
(April 1 – April 20, 2008)

HALF LIFE
by John Mighton (Canadian)
(April 29 – May 17, 2008)

 

2006/2007 Season

Ronnie Burkett Theatre of Marionettes in 10 DAYS ON EARTH(Canadian)
created and performed by Ronnie Burkett
(September 19 – October 8, 2006)

Edward Albee’s THE GOAT OR, WHO IS SYLVIA?
(October 17 – November 4, 2006)

J.M. Barrie’s PETER PAN (Canadian)
Adapted by Jeffrey Pitcher
(November 25 – December 27, 2006)

ENBRIDGE playRites FESTIVAL OF NEW CANADIAN PLAYS
(January 31 – March 4, 2007)

AGE OF AROUSAL
by Linda Griffiths (Premiere, Canadian)

THE DECEMBER MAN (L’HOMME DE DÉCEMBRE)
by Colleen Murphy (Premiere, Canadian)

THE KNOWING BIRD
by Ron Chambers (Premiere, Canadian)

WHY FREUD FAINTED
by David Rhymer with Vanessa Porteous (Premiere, Canadian)

THIS IS CANCER!
(Premiere, Canadian) by Bruce Horak and Rebecca Northan

TEMPTING PROVIDENCE
(Canadian) by Robert Chafe (A Presentation from Theatre Newfoundland Labrador)
(March 13 – April 1, 2007)

SITTING ON PARADISE(Canadian)
by Eugene Stickland (April 17 – May 5, 2007)

 

2005/2006 Season

AMADEUS
by Peter Shaffer
(September 20 – October 8, 2005)

THE SYRINGA TREE
by Pamela Gien
(October 18 – November 5, 2005)

TREASURE ISLAND
adapted by Michael O’Brien, produced in association with Quest Theatre (Canadian)
(November 26 – December 28, 2005)

ENBRIDGE playRites FESTIVAL OF NEW CANADIAN PLAYS (
January 24 – March 5, 2006)

HIPPIES & BOLSHEVIKS
by Amiel Gladstone (Premiere, Canadian)

PICKING UP CHEKHOV
by Mansel Robinson (Premiere, Canadian)

THE BLUE LIGHT
by Mieko Ouchi (Premiere, Canadian)

LE GROS SPECTACLE
created by The Wind-Up Dames (Premiere, Canadian)

DIPLOMATIC IMMUNITIES
created by Mammalian Diving Reflex (Premiere, Canadian)

THE CLEAN HOUSE
by Sarah Ruhl
(March 28 – April 15, 2006)

VINCENT IN BRIXTON
by Nicholas Wright
(May 2 – 20, 2006)

 

2004/2005 Season

STONES IN HIS POCKETS
by Marie Jones
(September 21 – October 9, 2004)

JONI MITCHELL: RIVER
Production conceived by Allen MacInnis, arrangements by Greg Lowe (Canadian)
(October 26 – November 13, 2004)

PINOCCHIO
adapted by The Old Trout Puppet Workshop, from the classic book by Carlo Collodi (Premiere, Canadian)
(November 30 – December 27, 2004)

ENBRIDGE playRites FESTIVAL OF NEW CANADIAN PLAYS
(January 28 – March 6, 2005)

GET AWAY
by Greg MacArthur (Premiere, Canadian)

THE MYTH OF SUMMER
by Conni Massing (Premiere, Canadian)

THE LEISURE SOCIETY
by François Archambault, translated by Bobby Theodore (Premiere, Canadian)

MICK UNPLUGGED
by Greg Nelson (Premiere, Canadian)

MARION BRIDGE
by Daniel MacIvor (Canadian)
(March 29 – April 16, 2005)

2 PIANOS, 4 HANDS
by Ted Dykstra and Richard Greenblatt (Canadian)
(May 3 – 21, 2005)

 

2003/2004 Season

PLAN B
by Michael Healey (Canadian)
(September 9 – 27, 2003)

WHO’S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?
by Edward Albee
(October 14 – November 1, 2003)

THE BOY’S OWN JEDI HANDBOOK
by Stephen Massicotte (Canadian)
(November 18 – December 24, 2003)

ENBRIDGE playRites FESTIVAL OF NEW CANADIAN PLAYS
(January 28 – March 7, 2004)

ALL CLEAR
by Eugene Stickland (Premiere, Canadian)

BIG BABY
by Frank Moher (Premiere, Canadian)

DOWN THE MAIN DRAG
by Steve Laplante, translated by Crystal Béliveau (Premiere, Canadian)

MY ONE AND ONLY
by Ken Cameron (Premiere, Canadian)

PROVENANCE
created and performed by Ronnie Burkett (Rink-A-Dink Inc. Production of Ronnie Burkett Theatre of Marrionettes) (Canadian)
(March 16 – April 4, 2004)

THE SHAPE OF THINGS
by Neil LaBute
(April 13 – May 1, 2004)

 

2002/2003 Season

PROOF
by David Auburn
(September 10 – 28, 2002)

EARSHOT
by Morris Panych (Co-Pro with Vancouver Playhouse, Canadian)
(October 15 – November 2, 2002)

WHO HAS SEEN THE WIND
by W.O. Mitchell, adapted by Lee McDougall (Canadian)
(November 19 – December 22, 2002)

NATIONAL playRites FESTIVAL OF NEW CANADIAN PLAYS
(January 22 – March 2, 2003)

PAGEANT
by Daniel Macdonald (Premiere, Canadian)

THE PLUM TREE
by Mitch Miyagawa (Premiere, Canadian)

THE RED PRIEST (EIGHT WAYS TO SAY GOODBYE)
by Mieko Ouchi (Premiere, Canadian)

STRAWBERRIES IN JANUARY
by Evelyne de la Chenelière, translated by Morwyn Brebner (Premiere, Canadian)

MENOPOSITIVE! THE MUSICAL
by J.J. McColl (Firehall Arts Centre Production, Canadian)
(March 11 – 23, 2003)

ZADIE’S SHOES
by Adam Pettle (Canadian)
(April 1 – 19, 2003)

FLYING BLIND
by the Flying Blind Collective: Lois Anderson, Peter Anderson, Debra Iris Batton, Manon Beaudoin, Alexandra Harrison, Colin Heath, Veronica Neave, Carl Polke, Brendan Shelper and Roy Surette (Canadian)
(April 29 – May 17, 2003)

 

2001/2002 Season

HAPPY
created and performed by Ronnie Burkett (Rink-A-Dink Inc. Production of Ronnie Burkett Theatre of Marrionettes) (Canadian)
(September 18 – October 7, 2001)

FOR THE PLEASURE OF SEEING HER AGAIN
by Michel Tremblay, translated by Linda Gaboriau (Canadian)
(October 16 – November 3, 2001)

THE HOBBIT
based on the book by J.R.R. Tolkien, adapted by Kim Selody (Canadian)
(November 24 – December 22, 2001)

PanCanadian playRites’02
(January 23 – March 3, 2002)

FOR LOVE AND MONEY
by Rachel Wyatt (Premiere, Canadian)

MARY’S WEDDING
by Stephen Massicotte (Premiere, Canadian)

MIDLIFE
by Eugene Stickland (Premiere, Canadian)

MOLIERE
by Sabina Berman, translated by Shelley Tepperman (Premiere, Canadian)

MUMP AND SMOOT IN “FLUX”
written and created by Michael Kennard and John Turner (Canadian)
(March 14 – 23, 2002)

THE BEAUTY QUEEN OF LEENANE
by Martin McDonagh
(April 2 – 20, 2002)

ART
by Yasmina Reza, adapted by Christopher Hampton
(April 30 – May 18, 2002)

 

2000/2001 Season

A GUIDE TO MOURNING
by Eugene Stickland (Canadian)
(September 26- October 14, 2000)

PROBLEM CHILD
by George F. Walker (Canadian)
(October 24- November 11, 2000)

ANNE
by Paul Ledoux, adapted from the novel Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery (Canadian)
(November 22- December 21, 2000)

PanCanadian playRites2001
(January 26 – March 4, 2001)

24 EXPOSURES
by Serge Boucher, translated by Shelley Tepperman (Premiere, Canadian)

RED LIPS
by Connie Gault (Premiere, Canadian)

RESPECTABLE by Ron Chambers (Premiere, Canadian)

THE SHAPE OF A GIRL
by Joan MacLeod (Co-Pro with Green Thumb Theatre) (Premiere, Canadian)

PERFECT PIE
by Judith Thompson
(Canadian) (March 27- April 14, 2001)

THE DRAWER BOY
by Michael Healey (Canadian)
(April 24- May 4, 2001)

 

1999/2000 Season

Fall Season
(September 21 – November 21, 1999)

COSI
by Louis Nowra

SYLVIA
by A.R. Gurney

:15 SECONDS
by Francois Archambault, translated by Bobby Theodore (Premiere, Canadian)

THE GIFTS OF THE MAGI
by Mark St. Germain & Randy Courts
(November 25 – December 19, 1999)

PanCanadian playRites2K
(January 14 – February 27, 2000)

APPETITE
by Eugene Stickland (Premiere, Canadian)

THE CORONATION VOYAGE
by Michel Marc Bouchard, translated by Linda Gaboriau (Premiere, Canadian)

KNOCK, KNOCK
by Rachel Wyatt (Premiere, Canadian)

MOTHERLODE
by Deirdre Dore (Premiere, Canadian)

MUMP AND SMOOT IN “SOMETHING ELSE” WITH ZUG
written and created by Michael Kennard and John Turner (Canadian)
(March 9 – 19, 2000)

THE GLACE BAY MINERS MUSEUM
by Wendy Lill, based on the novel by Sheldon Currie (Co-Pro with Globe Theatre) (Canadian)
(April 13 – 29, 2000)

WIT
by Margaret Edson
(May 5 – 20, 2000)

 

1998/1999 Season

Fall Series
(September 29 – December 3, 1998)

THE STONE ANGEL
(Canadian) by Margaret Laurence, adapted by James Nichol

GOODNIGHT DESDEMONA (GOOD MORNING JULIET)
by Ann-Marie MacDonald (Canadian)

OLIVER TWIST (OR, THE STREET BOY’S PROGRESS)
by Charles Dickens, adapted by Michael O’Brien (Canadian)

PanCanadian playRites’99
(January 15 – February 28, 1999)

THE ABERHART SUMMER
by Conni Massing (Premiere, Canadian)

DYING IS EASY
by Paul Quarrington (Premiere, Canadian)

TWO WORDS FOR SNOW
by Richard Sanger (Premiere, Canadian)

WEATHER
by Frank Moher (Premiere, Canadian)

Spring Series
(April 13 – June 13, 1999)

HOW I LEARNED TO DRIVE
by Paula Vogel

POPCORN
by Ben Elton

FALSETTOS
Book by William Finn & James Lapine, Music and Lyrics by William Finn

Summer Cabaret
(July 25 – August 14, 1999)

A CLOSER WALK WITH PATSY CLINE
(Canadian) by Dean Regan

 

1997/1998 Season

THE COLLECTED WORKS OF BILLY THE KID
by Michael Ondaatje (Canadian)
(September 7 – October 4, 1997)

STILL THE NIGHT
by Theresa Tova (Canadian)
(October 12 – November 8, 1997)

INSPECTING CAROL
by Daniel Sullivan and the Seattle Repertory Theatre Company
(November 23 – December 20, 1997)

PanCanadian playRites’98
(January 23 – March 8, 1998)

ANGELIQUE
by Lorena Gale (Premiere, Canadian)

GRACE
by Michael Lewis Maclennan (Premiere, Canadian)

A GUIDE TO MOURNING
by Eugene Stickland (Premiere, Canadian)

SPEAK
by Greg Nelson (Premiere, Canadian)

PICASSO AT THE LAPIN AGILE
by Steve Martin
(March 22 – April 18, 1998)

ASSASSINS
Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, Book by John Weidman
(April 26 – May 23, 1998)

Summer Cabaret
(July 12 – August 9, 1998)

MOM’S THE WORD
by Linda A. Carson, Jill Daum, Alison Kelly, Robin Nichol, Barbara Pollard and Deborah Williams (Canadian)

 

1996/1997 Season

ANGELS IN AMERICA (PART ONE: MILLENNIUM APPROACHES)
by Tony Kushner
(September 25 – October 12, 1996)

2 PIANOS, 4 HANDS
created and performed by Ted Dykstra and Richard Greenblatt
(October 13 – November 9, 1996) (Canadian)

SOME ASSEMBLY REQUIRED
by Eugene Stickland (Canadian)
(November 17 – December 21, 1996)

PanCanadian playRites’97
(January 17 – March 2, 1997)

BETWEEN PANCHO VILLA AND A NAKED WOMAN
by Sabina Berman translated by Shelley Tepperman (Premiere, Canadian)

EMPHYSEMA (A LOVE STORY)
by Janet Munsil (Premiere, Canadian)

THE HEART AS IT LIVED
by Mansel Robinson (Premiere, Canadian)

TOLSTOY’S WIFE
by Frank Moher (Premiere, Canadian)

ATP in the Community
(March 7 – 16, 1997) (in association with Mount Royal College, Department of Theatre and Speech)

THE BLACK BONSPIEL OF WULLIE MACCRIMMON
by W.O. Mitchell (Canadian)

BILLY BISHOP GOES TO WAR
by John Gray with Eric Peterson (Canadian, at the Canmore Opera House)
(March 19 – April 13, 1997)

VIGIL
by Morris Panych (Canadian)
(April 13 – May 10, 1997)

ANGELS IN AMERICA (PART TWO: PERESTROIKA)
by Tony Kushner
(May 18 – June 22, 1997) (with

PART ONE: MILLENNIUM APPROACHES
June 1, 14, 17, 19, 21 and 22) Summer Cabaret
(July 6 – August 3, 1997)

HANK WILLIAMS: THE SHOW HE NEVER GAVE
by Maynard Collins (Canadian)

 

1995/1996 Season

KEELY AND DU
by Jane Martin
(October 1 – 28, 1995)

A SMALL FAMILY BUSINESS
by Alan Ayckbourn
(November 5 – December 9, 1995)

playRites’96
(January 19 – March 3, 1996)

BLOWING UP TOADS
by Margaret Hollingsworth (Premiere, Canadian)

THE DUCHESS
by Linda Griffiths, composed by John Millard (Premiere, Canadian)

OTHERWISE BOB
by Connie Gault (Premiere, Canadian)

SITTING ON PARADISE
by Eugene Stickland (Premiere, Canadian)

TWO WEEKS WITH THE QUEEN
adapted by Mary Morris from the novel by Morris Gleitzman (Co-Pro with YPT Toronto)
(March 24 – April 21, 1996)

MY FAIR LADY
Book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Fredrick Loewe, adapted from George Bernard Shaw’s play and Gabrial Pascal’s motion picture Pygmalion
(April 28 – June 9, 1996)

 

1994/1995 Season

OLEANNA
by David Mamet
(September 18 – October 15, 1994)

ODD JOBS
by Frank Moher (Canadian)
(October 23 – November 19, 1994)

EL GRANDE DE COCA-COLA
by Ronald House and Diz White
(November 26 – December 31, 1994)

playRites’95
(January 21 – February 26, 1995)

CRACKPOT
by Rachel Wyatt (Premiere, Canadian)

ILLEGAL ENTRY
by Clem Martini (Premiere, Canadian)

MAD BOY CHRONICLE
by Michael O’Brien (Premiere, Canadian)

SCARY STORIES
by Gordon Armstrong (Premiere, Canadian)

MIRACLE MOTHER
by Deborah Kimmett (Canadian)
(March 19 – April 15, 1995)

LETTICE & LOVAGE
by Peter Shaffer
(April 23 – May 20, 1995)

 

1993/1994 Season

SIX DEGREES OF SEPERATION
by John Guare
(September 19 – October 16, 1993)

DEATH AND THE MAIDEN
by Ariel Dorfman
(October 24 – November 20, 1993)

A CLOSER WALK WITH PATSY CLINE
by Dean Regan
(November 27 – December 31, 1993)

playRites’94
(January 22 – March 6, 1994)

KAWARTHA
by Dave Carley (Premiere, Canadian)

SAINT FRANCES OF HOLLYWOOD
by Sally Clark (Premiere, Canadian)

SOME ASSEMBLY REQUIRED
by Eugene Stickland (Premiere, Canadian)

WHO LOOK IN STOVE
by Lawrence Jeffery (Premiere, Canadian)

THE GLORIOUS TWELFTH
by Raymond Storey (Canadian)
(March 20 – April 17, 1994)

THE SEARCH FOR SIGNS OF INTELLIGENT LIFE IN THE UNIVERSE
by Jane Wagner
(April 24 – May 21, 1994) A

CLOSER WALK WITH PATSY CLINE
by Dean Regan (Remount)
(July 2 – July 30, 1994)

 

1992/1993 Season

M. BUTTERFLY
by Henry David Hwang
(September 13 – October 11, 1992)

ZASTROZZI
by George F. Walker (Canadian)
(October 25 – November 22, 1992)

SHIRLEY VALENTINE
by Willy Russell
(November 29 – December 20, 1992)

playRites’93
(January 16 – February 28, 1993)

ALL FALL DOWN
by Wendy Lill (Premiere, Canadian)

HUNTER OF PEACE
by Sharon Stearns (Premiere, Canadian)

JOHANNESBURG
by James Harrison (Premiere, Canadian)

TUCK TUCK
by Brian Drader (Premiere, Canadian)

LEND ME A TENOR
by Ken Ludwig
(March 21 – April 18, 1993)

MAN OF THE MOMENT
by Alan Ayckbourn
(April 25 – May 23, 1993)

 

1991/1992 Season

SEVEN STORIES
by Morris Panych (Canadian)
(September 15 – October 19, 1991)

OUR COUNTRY’S GOOD
by Timberlake Wertenbaker
(October 20 – November 23, 1991)

RECKLESS
by Craig Lucas
(November 24 – December 28, 1991)

playRites’92
(January 18 – March 1, 1992)

ODD FISH
by Pamela Boyd (Premiere, Canadian)

OLD FLAMES
by Karen Wikberg (Premiere, Canadian)

SKYGEEZERS
by Conni Massing (Premiere, Canadian)

THE UGLY MAN
by Brad Fraser (Premiere, Canadian)

DEMOCRACY
by John Murrell (Co-Pro with Belfry Theatre) (Canadian)
(March 15 – April 18, 1992)

OTHER PEOPLE’S MONEY
by Jerry Sterner
(April 19 – May 16, 1992)

AWFUL MANORS
by Ronnie Burkett (Canadian)
(May 24 – June 27, 1992)

 

1990/1991 Season

THE REZ SISTERS
by Thomson Highway (Canadian)
(September 16 – October 20, 1990)

SHIRLEY VALENTINE
by Willy Russell
(October 21 – November 24, 1990)

BREAKFAST WITH SANTA
by Nicola Cavendish (Canadian)
(November 25 – December 29, 1990)

playRites’91
(January 18 – February 24, 1991)

A CHANGE OF MIND
by Clem Martini (Premiere, Canadian)

FINAL DECISIONS (WAR)
by Guillermo Verdecchia (Premiere, Canadian)

KIDNAPPING THE BRIDE
by Frank Moher (Premiere, Canadian)

PANTHER AND JAGUAR
by Linda Zwicker (Premiere, Canadian)

CECIL AND CLEOPAYTRA
by Daniel Libman (Canadian)
(March 10 – April 13, 1991)

LOVE AND ANGER
by George F. Walker (Canadian)
(April 14 – May 18, 1991)

THE MYSERTY OF IRMA VEP
by Charles Ludlam
(May 26 – June 29, 1991)

 

1989/1990 Season

GIRLS IN THE GANG
by Raymond Storey and John Roby (Canadian)
(September 10 – October 14, 1989)

PRAIRIE REPORT
by Frank Moher (Canadian)
(October 22 – November 25, 1989)

SEASON’S GREETINGS
by Alan Ayckbourn
(November 26 – December 30, 1990)

playRites’90
(January 20 – February 25, 1990)

THE BASEBALL PLAY
by Peter Froehlich (Premiere, Canadian)

QUEEN OF THE CADILLAC
by Kent Stetson (Premiere, Canadian)

WARRIORS
by Michel Garneau, translated by Linda Gaboriau (Premiere, Canadian)

THE WEDDING
by Jim Harrison (Premiere, Canadian)

THE MAIL ORDER BRIDE
by Robert Clinton (Canadian)
(March 4 – April 7, 1990)

SPEED THE PLOW
by David Mamet
(April 15 – May 19, 1990)

CANDIDE
music by Leonard Bernstein, book adapted from Voltaire by Hugh Wheeler, lyrics by Richard Wilbur, additional lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and John LaTouche
(May 27 – July 21, 1990)

 

1988/1989 Season

JITTERS
by David French (Canadian)
(September 18 – October 22, 1988)

NOTHING SACRED
by George F. Walker (Canadian)
(October 30 – December 3, 1988)

Class Connection Programme
(October 11 – 15, 1988)

JOSH’S PLANE
by Tomoko Sato (Premiere, Canadian)

THEATRE OF THE FILM NOIR
by George F. Walker (Canadian)
(November 17, 18, 20, 24, 25 and 27, 1988)

playRites’89
(January 7 – February 12, 1989)

OFF ON A COMET
by Steve Petch (Premiere, Canadian)

SACRED HEARTS
by Colleen Curran (Premiere, Canadian)

UNIDENTIFIED HUMAN REMAINS AND THE TRUE NATURE OF LOVE
by Brad Fraser (Premiere, Canadian) WAVES by Lyle Victor Albert (Premiere, Canadian)

ON THE VERGE (OR THE GEOGRAPHY OF YEARNING)
by Eric Overmyer
(February 26 – April 1, 1989) THE

MARRIAGE OF BETTE AND BOO
by Christopher Durang
(April 9 – May 13, 1989)

ROCK & ROLL
by John Gray (Canadian)
(May 21 – June 24, 1989)

 

1987/1988 Season

B-MOVIE (THE PLAY)
by Tom Wood (Canadian)
(September 13 – October 10, 1987)

THE HOUSE OF BLUE LEAVES
by John Guare
(October 18 – November 14, 1987)

ABSURD PERSON SINGULAR
by Alan Ayckbourn
(November 22 – December 19, 1987)

nova playRites’88
(January 6 – February 21, 1988)

THE COLOUR OF COAL
by Clem Martini (Premiere, Canadian)

GRAVEL RUN
by Conni Massing (Premiere, Canadian)

MOO
by Sally Clark (Premiere, Canadian, Co-Pro with Belfry Theatre)

THE RISE AND FALL OF THE AVRO ARROW
by Clinton Bomphray (Premiere, Canadian)

WELCOME TO THE NHL
by Alan Williams (Premiere, Canadian)

THE WEDDING SCRIPT
by Don Hannah (Canadian)
(March 27 – April 23, 1988)

FRANKENSTEIN (THE MAN WHO BECAME GOD)
by Alden Nowlan and Walter Learning (Canadian)
(May 1 – 28, 1988)

 

1986/1987 Season

WE WON’T PAY! WE WON’T PAY!
by Dario Fo
(September 14 – October 11, 1986)

TALLEY AND SON
by Lanford Wilson
(October 19 – November 15, 1986)

VILLAGE OF IDIOTS
by John Lazarus (Canadian)
(November 23 – December 20, 1986)

playRites ’87
(January 18 – February 8, 1987)

PENUMBRA
by Linda Zwicker (Premiere, Canadian)

THE POSTMAN RINGS ONCE
by Sky Gilbert (Premiere, Canadian)

WINNING
by David Bolt (Premiere, Canadian)

MASTER HAROLD AND THE BOYS
by Athol Fugard
(February 22 – March 21, 1987)

THE MELVILLE BOYS
by Norm Foster (Canadian)
(April 5 – May 2, 1987)

SWEENEY TODD
by Hugh Wheeler, music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
(May 17 – June 13, 1987)

Summer Giggles
(August 5 – 17, 1987)

FOOL’S EDGE
by Ronnie Burkett (Premiere, Canadian)

THE BEST OF CODCO
by CODCO Company (Canadian)

 

1985/1986 Season

(First Season in the Martha Cohen Theatre)

TRAFFORD TANZI
by Claire Luckham (National Arts Centre/ Toronto Free Theatre production)
(September 19 – October 13, 1985)

VISITING HOURS
by Murray McRae (Premiere, Canadian)
(October 27 – November 17, 1985)

BREAKFAST WITH SANTA
by Nicola Cavendish
(December 1 – 22, 1985)

NEW WORLD
by John Murrell (Canadian)
(January 19 – February 9, 1986)

WHEN THAT I WAS…
by John Mortimer & Edward Atienza (Canadian)
(March 2 – 23, 1986)

NOISES OFF
by Michael Frayn
(April 13 – May 11, 1986)

 

1984/1985 Season

(Last Season in the Canmore Opera House)

FOXFIRE
by Hume Cronyn and Susan Cooper
(October 2 – 28, 1984)

SEASON’S GREETINGS
by Alan Ayckbourn
(November 13 – December 16, 1984)

‘NIGHT MOTHER
by Marsha Norman
(January 8 – February 10, 1985)

THE BEGGAR’S OPRY
adapted by Denise Coffey and Roger Perkins from John Gay’s The Beggar’s Opera
(February 19 – March 24, 1985)

LOVE IS STRANGE: A COURTROOM ROMANCE
by Paul Ledoux and David Young (Magnus Theatre/ Centaur Theatre production, Canadian)
(April 2 – May 5, 1985)

LAST CALL!
by Morris Panych, music by Ken McDonald (Canadian)
(May 14 – June 9, 1985)

Getting-It-On-Downtown
(at the Pumphouse Theatres)

BILLY BISHOP GOES TO WAR
by John Gray and Eric Peterson (Canadian)
(October 30 -November 4, 1984)

TWO FOOLISH TO TALK ABOUT a CODCO Presentation (Canadian)
(November 5 – 11, 1984)

 

1983/1984 Season

CRIMES OF THE HEART
by Beth Henley
(October 18 – November 6, 1983)

GODSPELL
by John-Michael Teblak and Stephen Schwartz
(November 22 – December 11, 1983)

JENNIE’S STORY
by Betty Lambert (Canadian)
(January 17 – February 5, 1984)

PLAYING THE FOOL
by Alun Hibbert (Canadian)
(February 14 – March 4, 1984)

DO YOU TURN SOMERSAULTS?
by Aleksei Arbuzov
(March 20 – April 8, 1984)

I’LL BE BACK BEFORE MIDNIGHT
by Peter Colley (Canadian)
(April 24 – May 13, 1984)

 

1982/ 1983 Season

TOMFOOLERY
by Tom Lehrer
(September 17 – October 10, 1982)

A LESSON FROM ALOES
by Athol Fugard
(October 19 – November, 1982)

A SERVANT OF TWO MASTERS
by Carlo Goldroni, adapted by Tom Cone (Canadian)
(November 23 – December 19, 1982)

DREAMING AND DUELLING
by John Lazarus (Canadian)
(January 4 – 30, 1983)

DUET FOR ONE
by Tom Kempinski
(February 8 – March 6, 1983)

STEP DANCE
by Tom Gallant (Premiere, Canadian)
(March 15 – April 10, 1983)

BEDROOM FARCE
by Alan Ayckbourn
(April 19 – May 15, 1983)

 

1981/ 1982 Season

Subscription Series MA! (A CELEBRATION OF MARGARET MURRAY)
by Eric Nichol (Co-Pro with Western Canada Theatre Company, New Play Centre production) (Canadian)
(September 15 – October 11, 1981)

DRACULA (THE VAMPIRE PLAY)
by John Balderston and Hamilton Deane
(October 20 – November 15, 1981)

TOMFOOLERY
by Tom Lehrer (Co-Pro with Arts Club Theatre)
(September 2 – December 18, 1981)

18 WHEELS
by John Gray (Canadian)
(November 24 – December 20, 1982)

DA
by Hugh Leonard
(January 5 – 31, 1981)

STAMPEDE
by Larry Zacharko (Premiere, Canadian)
(February 9 – March 7, 1982)

NURSE JANE GOES TO HAWAII
by Allan Stratton (Canadian)
(March 16 – April 11, 1982)

Theatre-In-Education UNDER THE ARCH
by Paddy Campbell (Canadian)
(April 19 – May 28, 1982)

 

1980/ 1981 Season

Subscription Series GWENDOLINE
by James Nichol (Canadian)
(January 10 – 27, 1980)

NED AND JACK
by Sheldon Rosen (Canadian)
(February 7 – 24, 1980)

SCAPINO
by Jim Dale and Frank Dunlop
(March 6 – 23, 1980)

HOARSE MUSE
by Paddy Campbell, music by William Skolnik (Canadian)
(September 30 – October 19, 1980)

GENERATIONS
by Sharon Pollock (Premiere, Canadian)
(October 28 – November 16, 1980)

TOMFOOLERY
by Tom Lehrer
(November 25 – December 21, 1980)

WINGS
by Arthur Kopit (Northern Lights Theatre production)
(January 6 – 25, 1981)

MEMOIR
by John Murrell (Canadian)
(February 3 – 22, 1981)

DEATHTRAP
by Ira Levin
(March 3 – 29, 1981)

Theatre-In-Education NEIGHBOUR
by Gloria Sawai (Premiere, Canadian)
(April 1 – May 30, 1980)

PEACH PRESERVES
by Jack Peach (Premiere, Canadian)
(April 6 – May 22, 1981)

 

1979 Season

Subscription Series THE KOMAGATA MARU INCIDENT
by Sharon Pollock (Canadian)
(January 12 – 28, 1979)

CANDIDA
by George Bernard Shaw (dates unknown)

ARTICHOKE
by Joanna Glass (Canadian)
(March 9 – 25, 1979)

THE LADY’S NOT FOR BURNING
by Christopher Fry
(October 18 – November 4, 1979)

ALEOLA
by Gaetan Charlebois (Canadian)
(November 15 – December 2, 1979)

BILLY BISHOP GOES TO WAR
by John Gray (Vancouver East Cultural Centre production) (Canadian)
(December 7 – 23, 1979)

Theatre-In-Education CHAUTAUQUA SPELT E-N-E-R-G-Y
by Sharon Pollock (Canadian)
(April 9 – June 1, 1979)

 

1978 Season

Subscription Series BLESSED ART THOU AMONGST WOMEN
by Hans Werner (Premiere, Canadian)
(January 13 – 29, 1978)

ASHES
by David Rudkin (Co-Pro with Citadel Theatre)
(March 17 – April 2, 1978)

SIDE BY SIDE BY SONDHEIM
music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, with additional music by Leonard Bernstein, Mary Rodgers, Richard Rodgers and Jule Styne (Arts Club Theatre production)
(September 22 – October 15, 1978)

THE INCREDIBLE MURDER OF CARDINAL TOSCA
by Alden Nowlan and Walter Learning (Canadian)
(October 27 – November 12, 1978)

FIFTEEN MILES OF BROKEN GLASS
by Thomas Hendry (Canadian)
(November 18 – December 15, 1978)

Theatre-In-Education THE WRECK OF THE NATIONAL LINE CAR
by Sharon Pollock (Premiere, Canadian)
(February 13 – March 10, 1978)

 

1977 Season

Subscription Series OF THE FIELDS OF LATELY
by David French (Canadian)
(January 7 – 23, 1977)

WAITING FOR THE PARADE
by John Murrell (Premiere, Canadian)
(February 4 – 20, 1977)

VANITIES
by Jack Heifner
(November 4 – 20, 1977)

PASSENGERS
by Paddy Campbell, music by William Skolnik (Premiere, Canadian)
(December 2 – 18, 1977)

Theatre-In-Education THE JUDGEMENT OF CLIFFORD SIFTON
by Jan Truss (Premiere, Canadian)
(March 7 – May 13, 1977)

THE DEVIL’S INSTRUMENT
by W.O. Mitchell (Canadian)
(September 26 – October 21, 1977)

1837: THE FARMERS’ REVOLT
by Rick Salutin and Theatre Passe Muraille (Canadian)
(dates unknown)

 

1976 Season

Subscription Series THE ECSTASY OF RITA JOE
by George Ryga (Canadian)
(March 16 – 28, 1976)

A GREAT NOISE, A GREAT LIGHT
by John Murrell (Premiere, Canadian)
(November 5 – 21, 1976)

PRIVATE LIVES
by Noel Coward
(December 3 – 19, 1976)

Theatre-In-Education THE DAY JAKE MADE HER RAIN
by W.O. Mitchell (Canadian)
(January – February & May – June, 1976)

 

1975 Season

Subscription Series ROUNDHOUSE
by Bonnie LeMay (Premiere, Canadian)
(February 25 – March 16, 1975)

HOARSE MUSE
by Paddy Campbell and William Skolnik (Canadian, Remount)
(April 8 – 27, 1975)

ROUNDHOUSE
by Bonnie LeMay (Remount, Canadian)
(May 13 – June 1, 1975)

DAMES AT SEA
by George Haimsohn and Robin Miller, music by Jim Wise (First Non-Canadian Work)
(November 11 – 30, 1975)

Theatre-In-Education UNDER THE ARCH
by Paddy Campbell (Canadian, Remount)
(September 23 – October 22, 1975)

UNDER THE ARCH
by Paddy Campbell (Canadian, Remount)
(December 16, 1975 – January 4, 1976)

Summer Season GILBERT AND SULLIVAN TONIGHT!
Based on material by Gilbert and Sullivan, adapted by Tom Kneebone with Peggy Feltmate
(June 27 – September 1, 1975)

 

1974 Season

Subscription Series THE GROUP OF SEVEN AND THE CASE OF THE GLOWING PINE
by John McAndrew Bill Peters, Joe Grifasi and Jim Burt (Canadian)
(February 7 – 24, 1974)

HOARSE MUSE
by Paddy Campbell and William Skolnik (Premiere, Canadian)
(March 28 – April 14, 1974)

JUBALAY
by Patrick Rose and Merv Campone (Canadian, Manitoba Theatre Centre production)
(September 24 – October 13, 1974)

LULU STREET
by Ann Henry (Canadian)
(December 3 – 22, 1974)

Theatre-In-Education CYCLONE JACK
by Carol Bolt (Canadian)
(January 14 – March 1, 1974)

MADWITCH
by Paddy Campbell (Canadian)
(March 5 – May 3, 1974)

UNDER THE ARCH
by Paddy Campbell (Premiere, Canadian)
(October 1, 1974- June 8, 1975)

VERY SMALL REBELLION
by Jan Truss (Premiere, Canadian)
(October 1 – December 19, 1974)

A TURNABOUT
by Peter Prest (Premiere, Canadian)
(October 8 – December 18, 1974)

 

1973 Season

BOY WHO WAS A HORSE
by Bonnie LeMay (Canadian, Remount)
(January 22 – March 6, 1973)

PIONEER!
by Paddy Campbell (Premiere, Canadian)
(January 31 – March 25, 1973)

ROADS, RAILS AND RIDERS
by Claudia Gibson (Premiere, Canadian, First Play for Adults)
(March 14 – April 17, 1973)

WE DON’T NEED ANOTHER WIDOW McEACHERN
by Claudia Gibson (Premiere, Canadian)
(April 20 – May 26, 1973)

BOY WHO WAS A HORSE
by Bonnie LeMay (Canadian, Remount)
(April 29 – May 6 & 13, 1973)

FIFTEEN MILES OF BROKEN GLASS
by Thomas Hendry (Canadian)
(November 15 – December 2, 1973)

MEMORIES OF CHRISTMAS
by the ATP Company (Premiere, Canadian)
(December 23 – 30, 1973)

Summer Season
(May 19 – 21, 26 & 27, June 16 – September 4, 1973)

MUSIC HALL
by Paddy Campbell (Premiere, Canadian)

School Program
(October 9 – December 1, 1973)

MADWITCH
by Paddy Campbell (Premiere, Canadian)

PRAIRIE FIRE
by Betty Belliveau (Premiere, Canadian)

CYCLONE JACK
by Carol Bolt (Canadian)

National Library Tour
(Ottawa) (July 3 – 22, 1973)

CHINOOK
by Paddy Campbell (Canadian)

TWO MANY KINGS
by Paddy Campbell (Canadian)

HISTORY SHOW
by Paddy Campbell (Canadian)

 

1972 Season

HISTORY SHOW
by Paddy Campbell (Premiere, Canadian)
(March 6 – May 31, 1972)

BOY WHO WAS A HORSE
by Bonnie LeMay (Premiere, Canadian)
(December 4 – 8, 1972)

Summer Season
(July 1 – September 1, 1972)

BOB EDWARDS MUSICAL REVUE
by Paddy Campbell (Premiere, Canadian)

BUCKSKINS AND CHAPPEROS
by Paddy Campbell (Canadian)

Ottawa Festival Tour
(July 21 – 22, 1972)

HISTORY SHOW
by Paddy Campbell (Canadian)