- Opening this week:
The Falstaff Project by Thou Art Here Theatre at The Artery, March 9 – 15. (Check out my preview with Co-Artistic Director Andrew Ritchie).
- Also, check out the What It Is podcast’s episode 65 for an interview with The Falstaff Project‘s Ben Stevens, Neil Kuefler and Troy O’Donnell.
- Expanse Festival at the ATB Arts Barns March 11 – 15.
- Shadow Theatre’s First Time Last Time by Scott Sharplin March 11 – 29.
- Closing this week:
- Concordia University College’s Dido and Aeneas at the Tegler Auditorium until March 15.
- The Falstaff Project by Thou Art Here Theatre at The Artery, March 9 – 15. (Check out my preview with Co-Artistic Director Andrew Ritchie).
- Louise Mallory (AKA Ephemeral Pleasures) gives her thoughts on Vigilante at the Citadel, which opened last week. I’ll be checking out the show this Thursday – as always, I’m excited to see Catalyst Theatre’s work. Just look at this photo they tweeted of the set!
It’s the first preview for Vigilante! Are you ready to meet the Donnellys #yeg? #yegtheatre #vigilanteyeg pic.twitter.com/TEgig13rsp
— Catalyst Theatre (@Catalystyeg) March 7, 2015
- Congrats to all my fellow 2014 Yeggies nominees! (And thank you to John Richardson for nominating me!)
- In Theatre Alberta’s March enewsletter, they announced the discontinuation of All Stages Magazine after the Spring 2015 issue in order to focus on their core programming.
- MacEwan University is presenting a free lecture on March 12 at 7:00 p.m. on change in the arts titled Activating Innovation: Adaptive Change in Arts and Culture.