Theatre

A sequel to the musical ‘Annie’ will hit the stage in Red Deer

Notre Dame High School students will perform in ‘Annie Warbucks’

 

The woman who believed in van Gogh is featured in next Breaking Cover play reading series

After Mourning will be read at noon on Sunday in the Snell Auditorium

 

Romance and healing are the themes of CAT’s next play, Willow Quartet

It opens Friday, Jan. 17, at the Black Knight Dinner Theatre

 

CAT aims for Whole-In-One in next dinner theatre comedy

It runs Nov. 29-Dec. 21 at Black Knight Inn

Play reading at Red Deer Legion explores war memories

The play-reading series will be held twice this month, Nov. 10 and 17

Red Deer’s Cornerstone Youth Theatre stages Frozen Jr.

It runs Nov. 15-24 at New Life Fellowship

Red Deer-conceived Fringe play that pokes fun at aging actors gets a local run

The Thin Grey Line, by Blaine Newton, runs Sept. 27-30 at downtown library

CATena 2019! offers a sneak peek at Central Alberta Theatre’s upcoming season

Everyone is invited to free Sept. 28 event at the Memorial Centre

Bard on Bower’s The Tempest will roll back the clock to Elizabethan times

Bard on Bower’s The Tempest will roll back the clock to Elizabethan times

Bite-sized Bard in the Box shows are coming to a Red Deer park near you

Prime Stock Theatre is staging two compact shows at various locations

Red Deer summer gains cultural caché with Bard on Bower’s ‘MacBeth’ and ‘The Tempest’

Prime Stock Theatre also tours smaller shows through various city parks

Female friendships are celebrated in Cow Patti’s production, Halfway There

The Norm Foster comedy runs to April 7 at Lacombe Golf and Country Club

Mixed Nuts revue presented Saturday to kick off first Carole Forhan Theatrical Scholarship

Broadway songs, comedy skits are part of the Red Deer Players production

Tree House Youth Theatre goes down the rabbit hole with Alice in Wonderland

The 11-person cast will tackle 30+ characters from March 14-24 at Nickle Studio

Theatre troupe delivers thrills and laughs in Cliffhanger

Black Knight Dinner Theatre comedy/mystery opens Jan. 18

Lacombe’s Performing Arts Centre has big plans for 2019

First shows have already been in held in renovated former Trinity Lutheran Church