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Six Theatre companies offer one play from each of their seasons, to give you a taste of what Edmonton has to offer. Northern Light Theatre, Walterdale Theatre, Workshop West Playwrights Theatre, SkirtsAFire, Teatro la Quindicina, and L'UniThéâtre join forces to bring you the best theatre experience!
It’s been 20 years of local 6 Pack theatre and audiences continue to love the choice of a variety of plays. This year all shows are in the first half of 2021. We encourage you to take a leap of faith in buying your packs today, as they sell out quickly and there are only 100 packs available.
Theatre Six Packs are $135, plus applicable mailout or web order fees. Passes must be mailed out or picked up at TIX on the Square. Please note: Passes will be available for distribution closer to the season launch.
Should any of the partner theatres cancel or reschedule performances, we will provide a refund or credit of your prorated ticket price.
The 2021 Season includes:
Northern Light Theatre: The Look by Alexa Wyatt
January 14 to 31, 2021 at the Studio Theatre at the ATB Arts Barns
“A professional training session for Estelle Cosmetics that threatens to go off the rails...“
Marilyn was once a celebrity, the original "Estelle Girl" of the Estelle Cosmetics line. Today she is an aged-out supermodel, giving lectures on cosmetics and demonstrating the various "Looks" and fantasy images that she inhabited as the "Estelle Girl"...
Over the course of the lecture Marilyn is forced to confront her real self. But can she cope with this new-found awareness?
SkirtsAFire: Makings of a Voice by Dana Wylie
March 5 to March 13, 2021 at the Westbury Theatre at the ATB Arts Barns
Makings of a Voice is a theatrical song cycle about discovering our individual identity within generational narratives. A personal journey situated somewhere between the past and the present, between motherhood and daughterhood, between music and monologue, this intimate piece follows a messy trajectory into the heart of one woman’s story and provides a compelling argument for why our stories need to be told.
Walterdale Theatre: The December Man by Colleen Murphy
April 21 to May 1, 2021 at the Walterdale Theatre
The story of Jean Fournier and his parents, as they grapple with Jean’s delusion that he could have done something to prevent Marc Lépine’s massacre of 14 women at Montréal’s École Polytechnique. As Jean’s parents do the best they can to love him, care for him, and help him with his struggle, they find themselves as immobilized as he is and the ripples from the tragedy at the École Polytechnique threaten to consume the whole family.
Workshop West Playwrights Theatre: TBD
May 13 to May 27, 2021 at the Backstage Theatre at the ATB Arts Barns
Teatro La Quindicina: Evelyn Strange by Stewart Lemoine
May 27 to June 12, 2021 at the Varscona Theatre
A beautiful amnesiac wanders into the high-society world of 1950s New York, and must unravel a tangled web of deception, betrayal, and murder before she can discover her identity.
L'UniThéâtre: PINS by Julia Ouellette-Seymour
June 16 to June 20, 2021 at the L'UniThéâtre
When the rural community of Girouxville, Alberta discover their funding request to renovate the local curling rink has been denied, the women from the Club d’étoile take matters into their own hands by building a five-pin bowling alley in the hopes of creating a tourist attraction to save their shrinking village. But things take an unexpected turn when a dishonoured star from the world of professional five-pin bowling arrives from out East to train far away from the pressures of the public eye and of his sworn enemy.