Shows & Tickets
The Annual Season Launch Celebration and Fundraiser is coming Friday, September 20th at 6:00pm.
Sneak-a-peek at next season's shows, indulge in amazing food by BubbaQ's babarbaque, and bid on one-of-a-kind experiences & items and items in our always lively auctions.
We put the fun in fundraiser!
September 20, 2019
October 7, 2019
Written and performed by Scott Erickson – Part of our Guest Artist Series
“Juxtaposing story-teaching, participation, humor, and image curation, artist Scott Erickson walks us through the very personal and universal conversation about the death of a dream and the overwhelming voice of Giving Up in our lives.”
“Say Yes: A Liturgy of Not Giving Up on Yourself is a multi-sensory experience that reveals this moment not as an ending but as a sacred doorway into a much deeper invitation to our hopes, vocation, and our existence itself.”
Scott Erickson is a touring painter, performance speaker, and creative curate who mixes autobiography, mythology, and aesthetics to create art and moments that speak to our deepest experiences.
Using his passion and commitment to craft, Scott has been a working artist for over a decade, and has had his work appear on CNN, National Geographic, and various magazines, newspaper outlets, and book covers.
As a speaker, Scott brings his training as an educator and his experience as a visual communicator to all of his presentations. His goal is to bring something for his “A.D.D. brothers and sisters out there”… making sure every speech is thoughtful, entertaining, wondrous, and filled with visual elements and live creating.
He is the writer and performer of two one man shows. Wrestling with his own professional burnout and clinical depression, “We Are Not Troubled Guests” is a performance story-telling piece in which he navigates the surprising gift of an existential crisis. His current show, “SAY YES: A Liturgy of Not Giving Up On Yourself”, juxtaposes story-teaching, participation, humor, and image curation as Scott walks us through the very personal and universal conversation about the death of a dream and the overwhelming voice of Giving Up in our lives.
He is the co-author of Prayer: Forty Days of Practice and May It Be So, a Spiritual Director to brave women and men, and a professional dishwasher for his food blogging wife.
Scott lives in Vancouver, WA and is most loved by his wife Holly and his children Anders, Elsa, and Jones.
October 9 – 13, 2019
Jennifer Behie-Ratzlaff has stage managed for Ground Zero Theatre, Burning Night Sky Productions, Sage Theater and Pleiades Mystery Theatre (now Vertigo). She is the former technical director of Fire Exit Theatre and most recently has worked with Fire Exit as a set and light designer.
November 9, 2019
This story follows the lives of two sisters, daughters of a minister of a strict religious sect in a small village on an isolated coast of Norway in the 1800’s. Their lives are changed and enlivened with interesting visitors, one being a vivacious French woman who comes to serve them and demonstrate the passion and resourcefulness of an artist. This play is told through the ensemble and is based on the Isak Denison’s short story of the same name. It is a unique tale of spiritual hunger and communion.
"A powerful, delightful story of our shared humanity...and of the art that strangers have to share – if we accept it." – Portland Press Herald
Conceived & Developed by Abigail Killeen
Written by Rose Courtney; adapted from the short story by Isak Dineson
Directed by Jeany Van Meltebeke
Everyone deserves a FEAST this season! Please bring a donation to the Calgary Food Bank when you come to enjoy Babette’s Feast. Their top holiday needs are:
Canned meat (turkey, chicken, ham, tuna)
Canned pasta sauce & pasta
December 11 – 15, 2019
The play examines the delicate relationship of three women: a grandmother, Dorothea, who has sought to exert her independence through strong willed eccentric behavior, Artie her daughter, who has run from her overpowering mother, and Echo, Artie's daughter, who is incredibly smart and equally sensitive. After Dorothea (who has raised Echo into her teens) suffers a stroke, Echo is forced to reestablish contact with her mother through extended phone conversations, during which real issues are skirted and the talk is mostly about the precocious Echo's unparalleled success in a national spelling bee. In the end, Artie and Echo come to accept their mutual need and summon the courage to build a life together, despite the terror this holds after so many years of estrangement.
"Eleemosynary dazzles with its simplicity and grace – one of those rare shows that make acting, directing, and writing look incredibly easy." – Chicago Reader
By Lee Blessing
Directed by Val Lieske
February 5 – 9, 2020
Through a swirl of nearly missed connections, an assortment of intersecting lives unfold in on each other.
Journey along world-wide adventures, break-ups for the books, an internet prank gone awry. and characters who ping-pong into, around, and away from each other. A story that makes space for the seemingly random connections and funny but familiar investigations of what it is to lose, and be touched by the serendipity of life.
"Shimmers with wit, heart, and a gentle but affecting wisdom." – San Diego Union Tribune
By Steven Dietz
Directed by Heather Laubenstein