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Here's our 2012/2013 Season Announcement!
Calendar Girls - by Tim Firth
Directed by Mike Hughes
November 29-December 8, 2012
A group of extraordinary women, members of a very ordinary Yorkshire Women’s Institute, persuade one another to pose for a charity calendar with a difference. .....no more photos of country bridges or ancient churches for them. Overcoming their initial reserve, the friends drop their dressing gowns, their modesty spared only by artfully placed cakes, knitting and flower arrangements. But as media interest snowballs, the Calendar Girls find themselves exposed in ways they’d never expected, revealing more than they ever planned,
Based on an uplifting and very inspiring true story, Calendar Girls is quirky, poignant and hilarious experience
The Amorous Ambassador - by Michael Parker
Directed by Kayte Davies
January 31 - February 9, 2013
When “Hormone” Harry Douglas, the new American Ambassador to Great Britain, tells his wife and daughter that he is going to Scotland for the weekend, they each announce plans of their own. Their very British butler Perkins watches stoically as each one leaves and the secretly returns for a romantic rendezvous in what they assume is an empty house. The results are hilarious and unexpected in this prototypical bedroom farce.
The Time Machine - by HG Wells - Performed in Joyce Doolittle Theatre
Adapted by John De Lancie from the script by Nat Segaloff
Director Matt Dewald
March 5 - 9, 2013
This play is presented as a Radio Play set in studio with all the Foley artists creating wonderful sound effects with glass bottles, celery stalks, flapping umbrellas, you name it. This will take you back to those radio plays of yesteryear.
Night of the Living Dead - by Lori Allen
Based on the George Romero and John Russo Original Film
Director Roger LeBlanc
May 10 - 18, 2013
Chaos descends on the world as the brains of the recently deceased become inexplicably re-animated, causing the dead to rise up and feed on human flesh. Anyone who dies during the crisis of causes unrelated to brain trauma will return as a flesh eating zombie, including anyone bitten by a zombie. A young woman visiting her father’s grave takes refuge in an old farmhouse where she meets a man who vows to protect her. They also meet a group of people hiding in the basement. Their only hope is to escape in an old truck but this requires braving the hordes of ravenous walking corpses outside
Interested in Directing for Workshop Theatre??
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with your resume, and which show you are interested in!
WAIT - There's more!!
Workshop Theatre has moved!
We've moved our rehearsal space, and All of our shows are now held at the Pumphouse Theatre.
The new rehearsal address is: Bay 10, 415 60th Ave SE
Details of our season are found on the Shows tab.
Workshop Theatre: Calgary's Longest Running Community Theatre