By Sara Elizabeth Taylor
The Life History of the African Elephant (September 29 – October 18)
Jake’s Gift (October 27 – November 22)
With Bells On (in association with Guys in Disguise, December 1-24)
An elevator. An uptight, recently divorced accountant. A drag queen dressed as a Christmas tree. When the elevator gets stuck, her dream is in danger and an unlikely friendship is forged.
Beneath Springhill: The Maurice Ruddick Story (January 12-24, 2015)
Beneath Springhill is the incredible story of Maurice Ruddick, “the singing miner,” an African-Canadian who survived nine days underground during the historic Springhill mine disaster of 1958.
Speed Dating for Sperm Donors (February 2-21, 2015)
Helen and Paige are ready to take the leap to motherhood – but they are going to need some help. When Helen’s best friend turns them down as a donor, they embark on a crazy journey to find the perfect man to father their children.
Ivanka Chews the Fat (March 9-21, 2015)
Ivanka takes a turn at motivational speaking and shares her life’s wisdom by offering Ivanka’s 10-Point Personal Tune-Up or “take a check-up from the neck-up!”
A Worthy Opponent (March 30 – April 18, 2015)
Ivy is in love and has just gotten engaged to the man of her dreams. The only hindrance to her happiness? Nathan’s mother. An entertaining nod to mothers-in-law!
Dads in Bondage (April 27 – May 16, 2015)
Charles, Joey and Kirk are very successful men of the new millennia. But when they unexpectedly find themselves laid off from their jobs, they must take on a new career: the “stay-at-home dad.”
RBC Emerging Director’s Showcase (June 3-6, 2015)
This annual showcase puts a spotlight on the talent that will grace Calgary’s stages in the future.
Suncor Energy Stage One Festival of New Canadian Work (June 12-27, 2015)
Nine Canadian playwrights. Nine original scripts. Nine public readings. Three dramatic weeks of art in the making.AB, Alberta, Calgary 2014/2015 theatre season, Calgary theatre, Lunchbox Theatre