Upcoming Performances

Blockbuster

December 14 – 31
The Yates Theatre

A Music-Comedy Revue created by the New West Theatre Ensemble

New West Theatre will heat up your December with a hit parade of your favourite blockbuster songs and delightful sketch comedy. Featuring a mix of new material and many audience favourites, we’ve cooked up the perfect blend of musical performance, dance and comedy to give you and your family a night out you won’t soon forget. Come let the stars of New West Theatre light up your night with our signature show that can only be described as a Blockbuster!

Presented by Stringam LLP

Earlier Performances

Decades

August 10 – 27, 2022
The Yates Theatre

A Music-Comedy Revue created by the New West Theatre Ensemble

We will, we will, ROCK YOU through the ages!

Join the New West Theatre ensemble on a musical adventure, exploring decades of rock music’s top rock hits – From the 1950s classics we all remember through to the rock music of today. Exploring the hits and sizzle from each era with spectacular singing, dazzling dance and outrageous comedy! If you are a fan of rock n’ roll, you won’t want to miss Decades!

Next to Normal

A musical by Tom Kitt with lyrics by Brian Yorkey

September 8 – 24
The Yates Theatre

Dad’s an architect; Mom rushes to pack lunches and pour cereal; their daughter and son are bright, wise-cracking teens. They appear to make up the perfect nuclear family. Yet life is anything but normal when we learn that Mom has been struggling with manic depression for the last 16 years. Next to Normal uses powerful songs and music to take audiences on a heartfelt journey with a look into the with love, sympathy and heart.

Winner of three 2009 Tony Awards, including Best Musical Score and the 2010 Pulitzer Prize, Next to Normal was also chosen as “one of the year’s ten best shows” by critics around the United States, including The Los Angeles TimesThe Washington PostRolling Stone and The New York Times.

Barvinok

October 13 – 22
Sterndale Bennett Theatre

A play with music, by Lianna Makuch

Hania’s Baba has a secret, a secret she’s bringing with her to her grave. Since moving into the Long-Term Care Centre, Hania’s grandmother has been restless, agitated -Something from her past is haunting her. Desperately, she urges Hania to return to their Ukrainian homeland to seek out a missing piece of their family history.

Inspired by personal accounts from war-torn Ukraine in 1944 and true stories from the country’s current war.

Produced by Pyretic Productions and Alberta Council for Ukrainian Arts in association with Punctuate! Theatre

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