FLC Seniors Theatre Calgary

Theatre Calgary

Theatre For All

"Theatre Calgary’s 23/24 Season features plays that are filled with joy, inspiration and entertainment. There’s no better way to put a spring in one’s step than with a variety of feel-good shows that are guaranteed to lift the spirits.

This year marks the introduction of Theatre for All, a new $39 ticket initiative that will make the high-quality theatre we produce more accessible and affordable than ever. As Calgarians continue to pay more at the supermarket, we’re making it easier to escape to a night of theatre.

We welcome you to join us, and be a part of it!"

Stafford Arima, Artistic Director & Maya Choldin, Executive Director


Location: Theatre Calgary - 220 9th Ave S E 

Box Office: 403-294-7447 - Tuesday to Friday 10 am to 8 pm, Saturday 12 pm to 8 pm (closed Sundays and Mondays)

Ticket Price:  $39.00    

The following changes began with the 2021 season:

  • FLC members will be required to contact the theatre box office 403-294-7447 to purchase their tickets and make seat selections. 
  • Emails advising members of upcoming plays are no longer being sent.

More changes beginning with the 2023/24 season:

  • Senior Matinees have been discontinued for this season because Orchestra level seats are now deeply discounted to only $39.00.  
  • The availability of $39 Orchestra level seats may change in the future as the $39 tickets sell.  
  • If you require accessible seating somewhere other than the Orchestra level, please call the Box Office at 403-294-7447 to book those seats, and they will be able to honour the $39 price for most other seats for accessibility purposes.

Remaining productions for Theatre Calgary  2023- 2024 Season

Meteor Shower

By Steve Martin

Directed by Lezlie Wade
January 23 to February 11, 2024
Max Bell Theatre (Arts Commons)

An Absurdist, Fast-Paced Comedy
On a warm summer evening in 1993, Norm and his wife, Corky, are setting the table for a dinner party to accompany a once-in-a-lifetime meteor shower. They’re hoping for an evening of polite conversation with Norm’s tennis partner, Gerald, and his wife, Laura. But from the moment the  evening begins, things become increasingly surreal and chaotic, challenging the couples’ relationships and perceptions of reality. Steve Martin’s signature wit is on full display in this comedy, where the jokes are served as quick as the drinks.

This production is made possible by the generous support of The Al Osten & Buddy Victor Legacy Fund.

As You Like It

By William Shakespeare
Adapted and directed by Daryl Cloran
Conceived by Daryl Cloran & Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival

February 27 to March 24, 2024
Max Bell Theatre (Arts Commons)

The Bard Meets The Beatles in a Mashed-Up Musical
It’s the 1960s, and things are getting groovy in the Forest of Arden. Shakespeare’s classic comedy of love and mistaken identity is given new life in this high-spirited adaptation featuring the music of The Beatles. When Rosalind is banished from court, she disguises herself as a man and escapes to the forest. There, she meets the similarly-banished Orlando, who happens to be in love with her, but cannot see through her disguise. From there, things get increasingly tangled as the play explores love and gender roles, infused with the music of the “Fab Four.”

This production is made possible by the generous support of The Al Osten & Buddy Victor Legacy Fund.


World Premiere

Selma Burke

By Maria Crooks & Caroline Russell-King

Directed by TBA
April 2 to 27, 2024
Martha Cohen Theatre (Arts Commons)

The true story of the woman behind the American dime
Few know of Selma Burke, the Black American sculptor who played a major role in the Harlem Renaissance movement of the 1920s and 30s. Among her works is a bas-relief plaque of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, which is now widely accepted to be the basis for the design on the American dime, and something for which she never received credit within her lifetime. A stirring play about the importance of art, courage, romance, and justice, Burke’s rarely-told story is brought to life in this world premiere by Calgary playwrights Maria Crooks and Caroline Russell-King.

Produced in partnership with Alberta Theatre Projects.

Beaches the Musical

Book by Iris Rainer Dart & Thom Thomas, Music by Mike Stoller, Lyrics by Iris Rainer Dart, Based on the novel Beaches by Iris Rainer Dart, and developed in collaboration with David Austin.

May 18 - June 16, 2024
Max Bell Theatre (Arts Commons)

A new musical based on the best-selling novel which was made into the blockbuster film, Beaches follows two extraordinary friends through 30 years of camaraderie, laughter, sorrow and love. Vivacious, outlandish Cee Cee and beautiful, privileged Bertie meet as children and become fast friends. From pen-pals to roommates to romantic rivals, Cee Cee and Bertie’s oil-and-water friendship perseveres through even the most tragic trials. With a touching vulnerability, Beaches exemplifies the triumph of the human spirit and the bonds of sisterhood.

This production will be made possible by the generous support of The Al Osten & Buddy Victor Legacy Fund.


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