Events

ATP's Presentation of "The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe" story by C.S. Lewis, adapted by Joseph Robinette

Sunday, November 24, 2019 Matinee 1:00 PM start
 
Location: Martha Cohen Theatre at Arts Commons (North Side), 215 - 8 Avenue SW, Calgary.

The thrilling, well-known tale takes four children from a dusty English mansion to a mythical, far-away world gripped in an epic battle between the forces of good and evil. Helped along by the fawn, Mr. Tumnus, the friendly Beaver family and a forest of talking animals, Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy take centre stage in the struggle to free Narnia from the forces of the White Witch as they await the triumphant return of Aslan the Lion.

Ticket Price: $ 45.50, Zone A Seating

Tickets: Call 403-294-7402 and identify yourself as a FLC Seniors Club Member

Qigong Christmas Party

Tuesday, December 17, 2019

Location/time: Seniors Lounge 9:30 am - 11L45 am

Bring Pot Luck sweet & savoury snack to share

ATP's Presentation of Old Stock: A Refugee Love Story created by Hannah Moscovitch, Ben Caplan & Christian Barry

Sunday, February, 9, 2020, Matinee 2:00 PM

Location: Martha Cohen Theatre at Arts Commons (North Side), 215 - 8 Avenue SW, Calgary.

Humorously dark story-theatre with a high-energy concert, Old Stock debuted in Halifax and has become an international sensation, also enjoying a wildly popular seven-week run Off-Broadway. The play tells the true story of Hannah Moscovitch’s great-grandparents, who landed on Pier 2 as Jewish Romanian immigrants to start a new life. Dark and hilarious, Old Stock is a genre-bending folk tale, woven together in a concert of brash, rollicking, joyful Klezmer Folk music.

Ticket Price: $ 45.50, Zone A Seating

Tickets: Call 403-294-7402 and identify yourself as a FLC Seniors Club Member

ATP's "Actually" by Anna Ziegler

Sunday, March 1, 2020, Matinee 2:00 PM

Location: Martha Cohen Theatre at Arts Commons (North Side), 215 - 8 Avenue SW, Calgary.

The winner of the Ovation Award in Los Angeles for best new play, Actually takes place on the contemporary campus of Princeton University, and tells the story of two very different Freshmen. Amber comes from a well to do Jewish family. Tom is a young African American man raised in poverty, the first in his family to attend university. The two meet one night at a frat party, hit it off, share some laughs and a few too many drinks. Precisely what happens next is the devastating, complex question at the heart of this riveting new drama. Tom and Amber both plead their case in a direct address to the audience, each defending their own very different versions of events.

Ticket Price : $ 45.50, Zone A Seating

Tickets: Call 403-294-7402 and identify yourself as a FLC Seniors Club Member

ATP's Presentation of "Cowgirl Up" by Anna Chattertion

Sunday, April 26, 2020 Matinee 2:00 PM
 
Location: Martha Cohen Theatre at Arts Commons (North Side), 215 - 8 Avenue SW, Calgary.
 
Joyce, Effie and BB are cowgirl goddesses on Mount Olympus who lament what they see down on earth.  It’s a cowboy’s world. Cocky steer-ropers have stolen the spotlight for long enough. The goddesses decide to use their considerable supernatural powers to give rise to a Cowgirl Revolution. When they discover Cassidy Clark, a talented, charismatic loner from Okotoks, Alberta, they know they have found the barrel racer poised to lead their cause. The three goddesses appear to her one day, offering her all the gifts she will need to earn her first buckle at the Canadian Finals Rodeo championship. We follow Cassidy atop her trusty mare, Starbright, as she rises to the top of the circuit, throwing back shots of Jack Daniels and two-stepping along the way. Cassidy wrestles with her new-found fame, and just how far she will push herself and Starbright in pursuit of their dream
 

Ticket Price : $ 45.50, Zone A Seating

Tickets: Call 403-294-7402 and identify yourself as an FLC Seniors Club Member

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