Theatre in Edmonton is really getting kick started this weekend, so if you are looking for something to see, there are a lot of options.
Hawksley Workman is wrapping up The God That Comes at the Citadel Theatre this weekend. Tickets for Friday and Saturday are few, but you might be able to grab ones for tonight (better run the show starts at 8 p.m.) or tomorrow night. Twitter has been abuzz with great comments about the show, so I am looking forward to it.
At Theatre Network, the highly successful A Bronte Burlesque opens tomorrow night. Putting this show on a bigger stage with better sightlines is going to make it even better. It sold out it's run at the Fringe two years ago so I expect a healthy turn-out for this.
Clybourne Park starts it's previews this weekend. Its the Tony, Pulitzer and Olivier award-winning script by Bruce Norris and its biting wit seems so relevant in today's world of political correctness. Whether you always feel like you put your foot in your mouth or you are always seeing others stepping over the line, you will find yourself on stage somewhere on the spectrum.
Workshop West's Canoe Fest also starts up this weekend. A variety of options for you to choose from. I'm hoping to check out the Elevator Project, but there are a lot of really cool choices on the festival schedule.
Over at Fringe Theatre Adventures, Kaybridge productions is presenting The Frequency of Water. Written by Carol Murray-Gilchrist, The Frequency of Water was the Sterling Award Recipient for Best New Play a few years ago, and is directed by Maralyn Ryan.
So there are a lot of options to get you started. Now that it's been a little nicer out, there is no excuse to stay home - so don't, don't stay home - see a show!