- There’s still time to get your tickets — and get a FREE ticket to the show itself– for Paint Nite on March 26. Click here before March 12!
- We’re now scheduling auditions! More here for dates and times.
- Our music playlist is nearly done! Check here to see more about our EDM master.
- We’ll be holding a club night in May. Stay tuned.
- Our fundraiser on FB is ticking along. Donate and become a mini-producer!
There are only 10 DAYS left to get your tickets to our first fundraiser, a Paint Nite at The Billiard Club on Whyte Avenue. Click here to get yours and secure your FREE ticket to Alex and Michael and Hannah at the Edmonton Fringe!
Have a look below to see how much fun it’ll be.
With apologies to ABBA…$$$
Things are kicking off!
- Our fundraiser on Facebook is already ONE THIRD of the way to our goal! If you’d like to be a mini-producer and help put Alex and Michael and Hannah onstage, click here.
- If you’d like to meet Emily and Heather and make some art, come to Paint Nite on March 26, 2020. Get your tickets by March 12 here.
- We’ll be having a club night in May! Subscribe to the site and you’ll be the first to hear when tickets for that event go on sale!
Reminder: Paint Nite!
TaB is hosting a Paint Nite in support of Alex and Michael and Hannah. Come for drinks at The Billiard Club, 7pm on March 26, create a work of art to call your own, AND support a great new work of theatre. Your attendance at Paint Nite includes :
- aprons (because paint)
- FREE TICKETS TO OPENING NIGHT come Fringe!
Plus you’ll have a great time, and meet the playwright / director! Get your tickets to Paint Nite here.
Painting OR donating!
We’ve heard from some supporters that they’d rather contribute directly to the show instead of paint, so here we are: until May 16, 2020, via our fundraiser on Facebook, you can make a monetary donation directly to the world premiere of Alex and Michael and Hannah. Click here.
Paint Nite to help put on AMH!
TaB is hosting a Paint Nite in support of Alex and Michael and Hannah. Come for drinks at The Billiard Club, 7pm on March 26, and paint a picture (especially if you never have before), and tell others you did it in support of a great new work of theatre. You’ll have a great time, meet the playwright / director, AND help put on the show! You can get tickets here.
Allergy is getting better at 25% !
I can barely believe it, but yes: at week 6, It Started With an Allergy is ONE QUARTER of the way to the fundraising goal we’ve set ourselves.
If YOU would like to reserve your ticket to Opening Night now, click here.
The Ugly Princess at StageStruck!
The Ugly Princess will open the 2015 StageStruck! one-act festival at:
27 February 2015
La Cite Francophone, 8627 Rue Marie-Anne Gaboury Northwest, Edmonton.
Tickets are on sale NOW!
No Coriolanus for me. Now wondering why, exactly…
And lo, there was much fury at the Scotiabank Cinemas in West Edmonton Mall on the 30th of January in this year of 2014 (AD), for the many buyers of tickets for the National Theatre Live showing of Coriolanus from London, England, which was not to be.
What WE were told at WEM was there was a satellite issue in Toronto, and the first half of the show wasn’t filmed. I was offered a refund or two special event passes to use later… though I had to wait in line then and there in order to get them.
But wait! It gets Better!
I texted Amy – my director and fellow Shakespeare nut – and she advised me the play was showing at HER location…South Edmonton Common.
I received this news as I was about to drive home. I wanted to march back into the theatre and roar, but I know the staff had nothing to do with this call and would be as perplexed as me.
One woman ahead of me, another disappointed Coriolanus-goer, lamented to her husband: “Why are we in Edmonton?”
Alas. I really hope they figure out a way to show the encore still.
Should there be anyone out there thinking theatre is ONLY fun…
I know there are some people who genuinely believe theatre can only ever be a hobby. You put on a costume, you walk onstage, people look at you and clap. It’s easy. It’s fun!
I’ve learned, however, that theatre is only as much fun as the work you put into it. The harder you work on it, the more fun it is.
Observe, and then tell me this looks like mere “fun”.
Oh by the way; this is showing LIVE at the movie theatre in West Edmonton Mall next Thursday, 30 January. I bought my ticket in September.