In the Media

BONE CAGE – EDMONTON JOURNAL REVIEW

BONE CAGE – EDMONTON JOURNAL PREVIEW

BONE CAGE – AFTER THE HOUSE LIGHTS REVIEW

THE CLUB – A Theatre Experience Unlike Any Other

The National Elevator Project

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 upcoming performances HERE. For more info on the NATIONAL ELEVATOR PROJECT visit our dedicated web page nationalelevatorproject.ca

BUZZZ

Casino Moved Up. Theater Yes’s next Casino (our major fundraising event) will be held June 21st and 22nd at Century Casino on Fort Road.  We’ve been offered the opportunity to move up so, we’re gonna need all hands on deck for this one. If you can help us out we’d be forever grateful and make sure you have tickets to our fall production ANXIETY (watch for details). To setup a volunteer shift message us at info@theatre-yes.ca  – it is super easy and comes with meals and excellent company.

NEP Banff Centre

NEP Ensemble Banff Centre

National Elevator Project played the Banff Centre April 1st -2nd.  Kendra Fanconi’s THE CLUB, Greg MacArthur’s SWEDEN, Jason Chinn’s I LOVE YOUR HAIR AND OTHER CONVERSATIONS  and Eric Rose and David Van Belle’s THE PROGRAM were featured at this year’s Canadian Arts Summit. Congratulations to ensemble members Murray Cullen, Jason Chinn, Ben Stevens, Mackenzie Reurink, Gianna Vacirca and Brian Bast on their terrific work. Thanks to Julian, Robina and the entire team at the Banff Centre for being such terrific hosts.

 

What People are Saying ABOUT US…

“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 this year. 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

“The quality of this production [Race] by Theatre Yes is outstanding in every respect.” ~ Daniel Van Heyst, Theatre Designer