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Bas Bleu Theatre Events

Feb
25
Sun
Waiting for the Parade – Sunday – Matinee
Feb 25 @ 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

by John Murrell- directed by Ami Dayan and Lou Anne Wright

The play, set in 1940’s Calgary, deals with five very different women as they “wait out the war” and keep the home fires burning. In this charming, funny, and touching drama, they find a way to survive by working together and accepting one another’s differences.

Feb
26
Mon
Keely and Du – Readers’ Theatre
Feb 26 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

KEELY AND DU

by Jane Martin – directed by Peggy Shaughnessy

Monday, February 26, 2018 at  7:30 pm

Teetering on the extreme edge of reality, Keely and Du is a mind probing issue play, focused on the abortion debate. Du, a right to life activist,and Keely, a pregnant rape victim she is holding hostage, confront each other’s core beliefs. Who is truly accountable? What is the extent of
individual freedom? How can we determine what is right thing to do? 1993 American Theatre Critics Association Award, Best New Play – Winner 1994 Pulitzer Prize in Drama – Finalist

 

Mar
1
Thu
Waiting for the Parade – Thursday
Mar 1 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

by John Murrell- directed by Ami Dayan and Lou Anne Wright

The play, set in 1940’s Calgary, deals with five very different women as they “wait out the war” and keep the home fires burning. In this charming, funny, and touching drama, they find a way to survive by working together and accepting one another’s differences.

Mar
2
Fri
Waiting for the Parade – Friday
Mar 2 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

by John Murrell- directed by Ami Dayan and Lou Anne Wright

The play, set in 1940’s Calgary, deals with five very different women as they “wait out the war” and keep the home fires burning. In this charming, funny, and touching drama, they find a way to survive by working together and accepting one another’s differences.

Mar
3
Sat
Keely and Du – Readers’ Theatre
Mar 3 @ 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm

Keely and Du

by Jane Martin – directed by Peggy Shaughnessy

Saturday, March 3, 2018 at 2:30 pm

Teetering on the extreme edge of reality, Keely and Du is a mind probing issue play, focused on the abortion debate. Du, a right to life activist,and Keely, a pregnant rape victim she is holding hostage, confront each other’s core beliefs. Who is truly accountable? What is the extent of
individual freedom? How can we determine what is right thing to do? 1993 American Theatre Critics Association Award, Best New Play – Winner 1994 Pulitzer Prize in Drama – Finalist

Waiting for the Parade – Saturday
Mar 3 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

by John Murrell- directed by Ami Dayan and Lou Anne Wright

The play, set in 1940’s Calgary, deals with five very different women as they “wait out the war” and keep the home fires burning. In this charming, funny, and touching drama, they find a way to survive by working together and accepting one another’s differences.

Mar
4
Sun
Waiting for the Parade – Sunday – Matinee
Mar 4 @ 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

by John Murrell- directed by Ami Dayan and Lou Anne Wright

The play, set in 1940’s Calgary, deals with five very different women as they “wait out the war” and keep the home fires burning. In this charming, funny, and touching drama, they find a way to survive by working together and accepting one another’s differences.