Theatre Yes and Citadel Theatre are pleased to announce that Theatre Yes’s newest large-scale offering SLIGHT OF MIND – created specifically for The Citadel Theatre – will premier in March of 2019 as part of the Citadel’s Beyond the Stage Series.
Our team is joined by award-winning Edmonton playwright Beth Graham and internationally renowned sound and visual artist Gary James Joynes.
GRAVITY: A CABARET of ART and POLITICS
MONDAY MAY 7, 2018 @The Westbury Theatre
Call Out for Artists!
After the previous success of GRAVITY in past years, Theatre Yes is pleased to announce the 3rd Edition of this one-of-a-kind community cabaret thanks to the support of APIRG (Alberta Public Interest Research Group) and Greenpeace Edmonton. We invite artists of all experiences, backgrounds, mediums, and intersections with strong opinions to submit proposals for short, original, audacious, cabaret works: sketches, monologues, stand up comedy, songs, political satire, dance, burlesque, interactive performances, installations, films, hybrid art forms, etc. approximately 10 minutes in length. Deadline March 16th by 4 PM.
*Westbury Theatre and ATB Financial Arts Barns are barrier-free. ASL will be provided and whisper captioning on request!
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
ANXIETY in Pictures
Nov 24th – Dec 4th 2017 Theatre Yes presented ANXIETY pan-Canadian collaboration between seven small-scale, experimental theatre companies to create a found-space, immersive production, which explored the nature of our angst in the digital world.
ANXIETY IN THE MEDIA
EDMONTON JOURNAL PREVIEW • EDMONTON JOURNAL REVIEW • GIG CITY REVIEW • VUE WEEKLY COVER STORY • VUE WEEKLY REVIEW • WHAT-IT-IS PODCAST • EDMONTON ARTS COUNCIL BLOG REVIEW • AFTER THE HOUSE LIGHTS BLOG PREVIEW • CANADIAN THEATRE REVIEW