Shows & Tickets
"A play about a girl, her cancer, and a dinosaur."
Not your typical cancer play. Sarah & The Dinosaur is an unorthodox, funny, heartbreaking, and honest narrative of one woman and her journey with a cancer; that comes to her in the form of a dinosaur. It wants to leave, but it’s so hungry. Sarah fights her Dinosaur and struggles to make peace with what it means to live with terminal cancer.
“Every story of conversion is a story of blessed defeat."
C.S. Lewis is smug in his convictions about God and His plan for the world until Joy Davidson and her young son enter his life and the bewildered theoretician of love in the abstract finally confronts its direct presence. And how does he reconcile his belief in a benevolent God with pain and suffering?
By William Nicolson
Directed by Barrett Hileman
A co-production with Hit & Myth Productions
The Annual Season Launch Celebration and Fundraiser is coming Wednesday, September 23rd at 6:00pm at Westside Kings Church (3939 69 Street SW, Calgary).
Be the first to sneak-a-peek at next season's – The Story of Us – shows, plus a silent auction, a live auction...lots of ways to give us money!
September 23, 2015
“Death and forgiveness at an Amish School”
The Amish Project is a fictional exploration of the Nickel Mines schoolhouse shooting in an Amish community, and the path of forgiveness and compassion forged in its wake. It is a story of the resilience of faith and the triumph of goodness in the face of the darkest of evil.
Part of the Guest Artist Series
By Jessica Dickey
Performed by Marianne Savell
Directed by Robert Quinlan
Talk Amongst Yourselves...
We hope that The Amish Project sparked a bunch of new thoughts and maybe even brought up some questions for you. We don't want the conversation to end in the lobby. We want you to keep talking; in the car, in the coffee shop, and around the kitchen table. So here are some questions to help guide your discussions. Get talking!
October 21 – 25, 2015
“Who woulda thought something so tiny could turn the whole world upside down.”
The story of Christmas told by some traditional characters, a street person, spoken word and the music of Karla Adolphe. And they praised God for all they had seen and heard sayin’ Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night!
Produced in association with Ambrose University Theatre.
Talk Amongst Yourselves...
We hope that Nativity on the Square sparked a bunch of new thoughts and maybe even brought up some questions for you. We don't want the conversation to end in the lobby. We want you to keep talking; in the car, in the coffee shop, and around the kitchen table. So here are some questions to help guide your discussions. Get talking!