Feb
23
2:00 PM14:00

Audio Description - Death Trap

Vertigo Theatre presents the thriller Death Trap

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Sidney Bruhl is languishing in his Connecticut home, struggling to overcome a bout of writer's block that has seen his Broadway success turn to near bankruptcy. But the answer may have just arrived when Sidney receives a fantastic script written by his former student, Clifford Anderson. Anderson just wants his old mentor's opinion, but Sidney will do whatever it takes to get back on Broadway. The DEATHTRAP has been set...but who will come out on top in this spine-chilling thriller?

RUNNING TIME: 2 Hours

LOCATION - Vertigo Theatre, at the base of the Calgary Tower - #161 115 9th Ave SE

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Feb
23
2:00 PM14:00

Relaxed Performance - Death Trap

Vertigo Theatre presents the thriller Death Trap

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Sidney Bruhl is languishing in his Connecticut home, struggling to overcome a bout of writer's block that has seen his Broadway success turn to near bankruptcy. But the answer may have just arrived when Sidney receives a fantastic script written by his former student, Clifford Anderson. Anderson just wants his old mentor's opinion, but Sidney will do whatever it takes to get back on Broadway. The DEATHTRAP has been set...but who will come out on top in this spine-chilling thriller?

RUNNING TIME: 2 Hours

LOCATION - Vertigo Theatre, at the base of the Calgary Tower - #161 115 9th Ave SE

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Mar
13
7:30 PM19:30

Audio Description - The New Canadian Curling Club

Alberta Theatre Projects presents The New Canadian Curling Club

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The New Canadian Curling Club tells the story of a Chinese physician, a Jamaican Tim Horton’s manager, a South Asian father, and a 17-year old Syrian refugee who live in a rural Albertan town. In an effort to welcome newcomers to Canada, the community decides to offer a free, “Learn to Curl” program. But when its organizer slips on the ice and breaks her hip, the rink’s ice custodian and former champion curler Stuart MacPhail is forced to step in as head coach. Trouble is, Stuart has some strong opinions about immigrants—opinions he has trouble keeping to himself. What follows is the hilarious and inspiring story of a group of unlikely athletes who face off against local prejudice and become a true team.

A comedy that “is funny, very funny profound and diverse and encouraging” (London Fuse), The New Canadian Curling Club is a laugh-out-loud, heart-warming reminder of what it means to be Canadian.

RUNNING TIME: 2 Hours & 20 Minutes

LOCATION: The Martha Cohen Theatre in Arts Commons - 215 8th Ave SE

Recommended ages 13+

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Mar
20
7:30 PM19:30
ASL

ASL Interpretation - The Scarlet Letter

Theatre Calgary presents The Scarlet Letter

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It is 1642 and Hester Prynne has been branded an adulterer by her Puritan village and forced to wear the titular scarlet letter as repentance. However, in this modern adaptation, Hester is unashamed of her actions and proudly subverts society’s rigid standards put upon women to be virtuous and good. Today, as we continue to grapple with these expectations, Hester’s story resonates all the more.

RUNNING TIME - 2 hours

LOCATION - The Max Bell Theatre in Arts Commons - 220 9th Ave SE

TICKETS: Theatre Calgary has generously offered Good Host audiences a $35 ticket price. Click the link below, and at checkout enter REDLETTER in the promo code box.

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Mar
21
7:30 PM19:30

Audio Description & Touch Tour - Giant

Ghost River Theatre presents Giant

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Part of the Festival of Animated Objects

GIANT is the amazing story of professional wrestler André the Giant, one of the most recognizable and beloved public figures ever, told from the perspective of the one person he left behind.

A cast of five women tells the story with a raucous high theatricality that bodyslams professional wrestling’s hyper-masculine culture.  Ghost River’s trademark collaborative approach to theatre means that design, direction, script and performance all work together to stage an unstageable protagonist (7’4” and 520 pounds!), using the language of theatrical scale to express the extraordinary life of a person of extraordinary size.  

LOCATION: The GRAND Theatre - 608 1st St SW

RUNNING TIME: 90 Minutes

TICKETS: Information on tickets coming soon. Please e-mail col@insideouttheatre.com to reserve a headset.


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Mar
22
7:00 PM19:00

Relaxed Performance - The Giver

Storybook Theatre presents The Giver

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Twelve year old Jonas lives in a perfect world, free of poverty, crime, war, and strife. When the Elders of the Community choose him to be the Receiver of Memory, Jonas starts a journey to uncover the truth of this place he has always called home. The more he learns, the more he realizes the Community has systematically given up much of what gives life its meaning: color, music, truth, and love. At the end of the story, Jonas faces a decision that will define him and, ultimately, set a course toward hope.

RUNNING TIME: 2 hours

LOCATION: Beddington Theatre Centre - 375 Bermuda Dr NW

RECOMMENDED AGES 10+

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Apr
11
7:30 PM19:30
ASL

ASL Interpretation - Might As Well Be Dead: A Nero Wolfe Mystery

Vertigo Theatre presents

Might As Well Be Dead: A Nero Wolfe Mystery

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Eleven years ago, wealthy businesswoman Mrs. Herold tossed her only son Paul onto the streets to fend for himself. Now, realizing the error of her ways, she has come looking for one last chance to make amends...only to find he's been accused of murder! Mrs. Herold needs help, the kind that only detective Nero Wolfe and his stalwart assistant, Archie Goodwin, can provide. But the deeper that Wolfe and Archie go, the more tangled the web gets. Playwright Joseph Goodrich-writer of the immensely popular CALAMITY TOWN- returns to Vertigo with his new adaptation of Rex Stout's beloved character, the inimitable Nero Wolfe!

LOCATION: Vertigo Theatre - 115 9th Ave SE (At the base of the Calgary Tower)

Vertigo Theatre is generously offering Good Host audience members complimentary tickets to this performance. To reserve your seats just e-mail col@insideouttheatre.com

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Apr
26
7:00 PM19:00

Relaxed Performance - Crossing Swords

Storybook Theatre presents Crossing Swords, a musical by Joe Slabe

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When the boys from St. Mark’s join the girls from St. Anne’s to present “Cyrano de Bergerac”, three friends get more of an education than they bargained for. Love blossoms, jealousies flare, and secrets are revealed that may end their youthful innocence forever as life imitates art in this funny and poignant coming of age story. Winner of five awards for excellence at the New York Musical Festival, “Crossing Swords” is a backstage musical that shows that, sometimes, being yourself is the most heroic act of all.

RUNNING TIME: 2 Hours

RECOMMENDED FOR AGES 12+

LOCATION: Vertigo Theatre Studio, at the base of the Calgary Tower - #161 115 9th Ave SE

TICKETS: Click the button below for tickets

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Feb
20
7:30 PM19:30
ASL

ASL Interpretation - Smoke

Downstage presents the world premiere of Smoke

"I was in the company of genius for 105 minutes at the Big Secret Theatre." ~ Calgary Herald Review

Jordan, Aiden's ex, shows up at Aiden's apartment to confront her about the allegation that Jordan sexually assaulted her two years ago. The smoke is thick and the town is burning. What will it take to put it out?

This powerful new play by Albertan playwright Elena Eli Belyea will be staged with a unique approach that features an opposite-sex and same-sex couple on alternate nights.

This performance will feature the opposite sex pairing.

LOCATION: The Big Secret Theatre in Arts Commons - 225 8th Ave SE

RUNNING TIME: 100 minutes

Downstage makes a limited number of tickets available for free for every performance through the Pay-It-Forward Program. To book a free ticket visit http://www.downstage.ca/payitforward


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Feb
18
12:00 PM12:00
ASL

Deaf Interpretation - Assassinating Thomson

Inside Out Theatre and Lunchbox Theatre present Assassinating Thomson

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Our first Deaf Interpreted performance, interpreted by Wanda Warkentin!

FOLLOWING OUR SOLD-OUT PRESENTATION OF THIS INSIGHTFUL ONE MAN SHOW IN 2017 ASSASSINATING THOMSON IS COMING BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND!

Award- winning and critically acclaimed Visually Impaired visual artist Bruce Horak lives with 9% of his vision and has, over the last two years, painted a series over 400 unique portraits which attempt to capture the way that he sees, aptly named The Way I See It.

As he tells the story of The Way I See It, the tale of Canadian painter Tom Thomson’s unsolved murder is interwoven throughout, including the truth and lies behind the mysterious death of one of Canada’s greatest artists and the subsequent rise of The Group of Seven. The mystery takes you from the tiny community of Canoe Lake, to the hallowed halls of our nation’s capital, and eventually on to the World stage.

Art, politics, greed, ambition, love and murder are intertwined in a one-man tour-de-force as Horak exploits icons of Canadian History, including Tom Thomson, Lawren Harris, and William Lyon Mackenzie King.

As he reveals his controversial perspective on Canadian Art History, Horak shares the unique way he sees the world through an original portrait of each new audience.

RUNNING TIME: 1 Hour

LOCATION: Lunchbox Theatre, at the base of the Calgary Tower - 160 115 9 Avenue SE

TICKETS: We are happy to offer Good Host Audience %50 off their ticket, that’s just $12.50!

To book your 50% off ticket just e-mail col@insideouttheatre.com with the number of tickets you’d like.

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