SLIGHT OF MIND EXTENDED TO APRIL 14!

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Icarus Airlines are delighted to announce that we now have more flights departing from the Citadel Theatre, as Slight of Mind has been extended to Sunday, April 14th!

With more available flights than Westjet, and more timely departures than Air Canada, there’s really no excuse not to book yourself a mystical, mythical getaway to the edges of time and space.

Tickets for this one-of-a-kind voyage are limited and going fast, so book now at tickets.citadeltheatre.com to avoid disappointment.


SLIGHT OF MIND touches down on March 29

Slight of Mind - 20190112 - 038-EditThe majesty of flight and the risks that accompany it have long been at the heart of human innovation. SLIGHT OF MIND is a bold, immersive exploration of the vast expanse above, written by Edmonton’s own Beth Graham. Get ready to go not only on a journey of the skies, but through the hallways of the Citadel Theatre complex, led by the helpful staff of Icarus Air. Audiences will venture through the hidden hallways and secret spaces while getting up close and personal with the inspiring, heartbreaking stories of those who dared to dream of the skies.

Tickets for SLIGHT OF MIND are very limited, so book your flight with Icarus Air early!Ready to fly? You can purchase your tickets through The Citadel Theatre’s box office – In person at 9828 101 A Avenue, by phone at 780 425 1820, or online at tickets.citadeltheatre.com

Playing from March 29 to April 7, 2019

Meet the company giving SLIGHT OF MIND its wings, learn about the Cast and Creative Team.

ACCESSIBILITY • Slight of Mind requires audiences to be on their feet. You will need to stand and/or lean to watch performances, as well as walk to locations in the Citadel complex and climb stairs. Very limited seating is available for specific portions of the piece.


Theatre Yes’ ANXIETY Featured in Canadian Theatre Review

Heather Inglis, Artistic Director and Producer, was invited to contribute a feature article about Theatre Yes’s ANXIETY for the Canadian Theatre Review, Canada’s foremost Theatre Magazine and document. Watch the video doc of ANXIETY created for the CTR Feature HERE. MORE ABOUT CANADIAN THEATRE REVIEW ARTICLE