Theatre Yes is is thrilled to announce that it is co-hosting a workshop with world renowned theatre practitioners Complicite  April 28-30, 2017 as part of Theatre Alberta’s Rocky Mountain Series collaboration with the Banff Centre.

Complicite internationally acclaimed as one of the most innovative and influential theatre companies of our time. Founded in 1983 by Simon McBurney, Annabel Arden, and Marcello Magni, Complicite is a constantly evolving ensemble of performers and collaborators, now led by Artistic Director Simon McBurney.

“Complicite is more than just a theatre company: it is a state of mind.”

Registration for this workshop will available through Theatre Alberta and Banff Centre and is not yet live. Check back for details. Scholarships are available through Theatre Alberta with a successful application. All registrations will be processed first come first served by the Banff Centre. To be on a list to be notified when registration goes live contract us HERE.


Our next big project ANXIETY is under officially underway! ANXIETY is a pan-Canadian Collaboration between 6 small-scale Canadian theatre companies to create ONE unforgettable found-space work, sculpted by Edmonton Playwright Cat Walsh and Theatre Yes.  Northern Light Theatre from (Edmonton), Theatre Skam (Victoria) and Outside the March (Toronto), LoHiFi Production (Halifax) and Curtain Razors (Regina) ad Théâtre à corps perdus (Montreal) have received mysterious objects which will trigger the creation of 6 interactive performance installations not to be missed. Watch for updates on social media about the madcap process in the weeks and months to come.


Theatre Yes’s National Elevator Project is a series of 16 short play between 3-12 mins in length  that are written for and performed in working elevators. The plays are available À la carte or in small curated cycles for events and festivals. The project has played Winnipeg, Calgary and Edmonton and Banff this season. Check out recent performances HERE. For more info on the NATIONAL ELEVATOR PROJECT visit our dedicated web page


Theatre Yes is looking for community members  to billet visiting artists from November 14th – 25th for ANXIETY. Message Heather at for details.


“An indelible experience” -Vue Magazine, of The National Elevator Project
“The National Elevator Project was an incredible night of Theatre…The shared experience was intensely personal, passionate and at times very funny.” – Annette Loiselle, Actor/ Artistic Director, Skirts Afire Festival
“The List is likely one of the most moving plays I’ve seen. As the house lights went up, following the performance, I let go of the breath I had been holding for who knows how long. “ -Sound and Noise
“No other [Edmonton] company reaches the same degree of confrontation and challenge for both themselves and their audience.” ~ Ken Agrell Smith, Theatre Director/Educator
“Inglis is one of Edmonton’s most fearless directors, staging plays that manage to be timely and poignant political statements without sacrificing anything in the way of drama or emotional resonance.”~ David Berry, Vue Magazine,
“The quality of this production [Race] by Theatre Yes is outstanding in every respect.” ~ Daniel Van Heyst, Theatre Designer