The FLC Seniors Club Theatre Calgary program involves attending a special Saturday afternoon Seniors Matinee for each play. While the Club does not provide transportation to these plays, there is easy access via the LRT as well as always plenty of parking spaces available within walking distance from the theatre. By booking through our Club, members benefit from the group rate for some of the best seats in the House and enjoy a pre-show reception exclusively for seniors.
Location: Theatre Calgary - 220 9th Ave S E
When: Saturdays at 2:00 pm.
Saturday September 22: HONOUR BEAT
A look at the significance of faith and family. Two sisters confront one another and their own identities, and what will remain when their mother passes away. The play will leave you laughing through your tears as they grabble with oneof life's most difficult inevitablities.
Saturday November 3: MARY AND MAX. A NEW MUSICAL
Based on an Australian Clymation film, is is a hilarious and heartening tale that proves frienship can be found in the ulikeliest places. Join 10 year old Mary from Melbourne as she writes her way in the life of Max , a 44 year old New Yorker with Asperger Syndrome. Their frienship is one you will never forget.
Saturday December 15: A CHRISTMAS CAROL
Theatre Calgary maintains the tradition of presenting Charles Dicksens play at this time of the year, and one of the highlight of this year's show is that Stephen Hair is playing the role of Ebenezer Scrooge for the 25th year.
Saturday February 2 2019: BOOM
Rick MIller,who gaves us his one man show BOOM a coupleof years ago, is back where he left us then, that is at Woodstock in 1969. Some of the characters from then reappear (Elvis gets fat, Lennon gets shot and Reagan gets elected) butthe focus turns from his mother to his own story. the show follows Generation X as it navigates the legacy of the Baby boom.
Saturday March 16 2019: THE SCARLET LETTER
Adapted from Nathaniel Hawthorne novel, we're in 1642 and Hester Prynne has been branded and alduterer by her Puritan village and forced to wear the titular scralet letter as repentance. In this modern adaptation Hester is unashamed and proudly subverts the rigid standard put upon women to be virtuous and good.
Saturday April 27 2019: BILLY ELLIOT THE MUSICAL
This Tony Award winning musical is set in working class England where youg Billy dreams of being ballet dancer,but his widowed father cannot understand his son's passion. The show will be choreographed by Yukichi Hattory, former Alberta Ballet principal dancer, andwill feature the best and brightest of Calgary' Dance community.
Contact & Coordinator: John Buysschaert at 403-271-0622
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