FLC Seniors Alberta Theatre Projects

Alberta Theatre Projects is a Calgary-based, not-for-profit, professional theatre company that celebrates the art of live theatre. The company produces world-calibre shows with a focus on idea-driven new works, plays by Canadian playwrights, and contemporary theatre from around the world. It is also a national leader in new play development and dramaturgy.


All shows are at:

Martha Cohen Theatre
Arts Commons (North Side)
215 – 8 Avenue SE, Calgary, Alberta
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FLC Seniors Club members receive a 20% discount for all performances and for all seats with the exception of those in the Premiere Circle. Tickets can be purchased:

  • online at albertatheatreprojects.com At the checkout, type in the promo code SENIORS20 and the discount will be applied, or
  • contact the ATP Box Office at 403-294-7402 and mention you are an FLC Seniors Club member.

Contact & Coordinator: Albert Herscovitch   403-288-5520
Contact by filling out this e-mail form or by emailing [email protected]

2021-22 Season of Shows

In Wonderland

By Anna Cummer
Directed by Haysam Kadri
November 23 – December 26, 2021
120 min, 2 acts   |   Ages 6+
World Premiere
Based on Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventure in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass
Proscenium Stage

In this ambitious and contemporary retelling of Lewis Carroll’s classic novels, Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass, three actors fantastically portray the story’s iconic characters, transforming right before audience’s eyes. Follow Alice through the rabbit hole, and be swept away through theatre magic, as the stage spectacularly metamorphosizes into a stunning visual realm. In Wonderland is a world premiere, commissioned and developed by Alberta Theatre Projects, which revisits these timeless stories in a newly imagined way. Be guided through a journey of self-discovery, exploring the resonating themes that Alice reflects upon: “Who am I?” and “Where do I really want to be?”   


Written and performed by Louise Casemore
Directed by Jenna Rodgers
January 26 – February 13, 2022
80 mins, 1 act   |   Ages 14+
World Premiere
Cabaret Stage

This hilarious, heartfelt solo show, written and performed by dynamic Alberta theatre artist Louise Casemore, explores a simple but confounding question: What do you do with a used wedding dress? What follows is a real-time zero waste auction, as Casemore embodies each of the brides who have chosen to let their wedding gown go. Each woman has a unique, moving story to tell as Casemore morphs from character to character. Undressed is a World Premiere, commissioned and developed by Alberta Theatre Projects. It is a profoundly personal play full of humour and heart, with more than a few interactive surprises.    


Alberta Kitchen Party

Produced in association with Forte Musical Theatre Guild
Co-Created by Jeremy Carver-James, Alixandra Cowman, Anna Dalgleish, Darcy Evans, Daniel Fong, Mieko Ouchi, Kodie Rollan, and Joe Slabe with contributions from Zach Running Coyote and Tenaj Williams
Directed by Mieko Ouchi
March 2 – 20, 2022
75 min, 1 act   |   14+
World Premiere
Cabaret Stage

A spirited musical celebration, Alberta Kitchen Party, is woven together with a candid, personal look at the unique journey each artist has taken to a life on the stage. A group of friends share stories of their experiences growing up in Calgary, finding their ways as humans and artists, and celebrating their emotional connections to the city and the province. Experience an intimate evening with these multi-talented performers as they raise their voices, sharing their hopes, fears, struggles, and victories. A World Premiere commissioned by Alberta Theatre Projects as a joint initiative with Forte Musical Theatre Guild.

Kim’s Convenience

By Ins Choi
An Arts Club Theatre Company Production, Presented by Alberta Theatre Projects
Based on the 2018 production by Pacific Theatre
Directed by Kaitlin Williams, Assistant Directed by Soran Nakai
April 13 – May 1, 2022
70 mins, 1 act   |   14+
Proscenium Stage

A Canadian comedy phenomenon! Mr. Kim, a Korean shopkeeper, grapples with both a changing neighbourhood landscape and the chasm between him and his second-generation offspring. This journey of a fractured but loving family forgiving the past, and confronting the future, is a Canadian classic. Ins Choi’s hilarious and touching debut play inspired the hit TV show of the same name