News/Events

Canadian Theatre Review features Theatre Yes’ ANXIETY

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. Check out the video created by EPIC photography: “Innovation and innovative thinking is the only path to sustainability in the theatre and, indeed, in our world. Small independent theatres…

Citadel Theatre Welcomes Theatre Yes as a Company in Residence

The Citadel Theatre and Theatre Yes are pleased to announce that Theatre Yes will begin a creative residency at the Citadel during the 2017-18 Season, creating a site-specific, immersive work to be performed in the Citadel’s complex as a co-presentation in the 2018-19 Season. Daryl Cloran, Artistic Director of the Citadel Theatre, says: “We are…

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Complicite Workshop April 28-30, 2017

Theatre Yes is is thrilled to be co-hosting a workshop with world renowed 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. Complicite celebrated for highly innovative and visually striking…

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Small Theatre Summit/Particle Collisions Review

On November 25th the collaborating artists who were part of ANXIETY met to discuss the state of  “small scale” theatre in Canada. This one-of-a-kind exchange was hosted by The Citadel Theatre and facilitated by Sarah Garton Stanley, Associate Artistic Director of the National Arts Centre. The conversation focused on the pivotal role that small-scale experimental…

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Imagined Acts: Staging Sex and Violence Review

Imagined Acts:  Staging Sex and Violence A reading with Erin Shields On November 17th from Noon – 1PM in the Lobby of the Timms Centre for the Arts at the University of Alberta, Anxiety contributor Erin Shields ( for Théâtre à corps perdus)  read from her work and spoke to an audience of 40 people.…

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