By Sara Elizabeth Taylor
One Man, Two Guvnors (September 2-28)
Francis Henshall is hungry and desperate for work, so when two separate jobs come his way, he’s got to keep his two employers apart or risk more than his meal ticket. This internationally acclaimed smash-hit is a laugh-out-loud celebration of British comedy.
Liberation Days (October 14 – November 9)
After the Netherlands has been liberated from German occupation by Canadian forces, a young Dutch woman and a Canadian soldier create a new world together as a community discovers what remains of their old lives and what’s been lost forever.
A Christmas Carol (November 27 – December 24)
This annual tradition warms thousands of Calgary hearts, both young and old, each Christmas.
The Philadelphia Story (January 27 – February 22, 2015)
Tracy Lord is young, beautiful, wealthy and about to be wed. When a cynical tabloid reporter arrives to cover the ceremony, Tracy has a hard time keeping her nuptials – and her heart – on the right track.
King Lear (March 10 – April 12, 2015)
One of Shakespeare’s greatest tragedies provides the ultimate family drama and a riveting portrait of human nature.
Dear Johnny Deere (April 28 – May 31, 2015)
Some of Juno Award-winning singer/songwriter Fred Eaglesmith’s most memorable songs are brought to life in this new musical that offers a heartwarming and hilarious glimpse at keeping a farm, and a relationship, afloat.AB, Alberta, Calgary 2014/2015 theatre season, Calgary theatre, Shakespeare, Theatre Calgary