Edmonton | August 30
Bottom Line Productions presents Ruslana
Ruslana, the best-selling Ukrainian international recording artist of all time, performs her first full indoor concert performance in Western Canada for one show only, joined by the Shumka dancers as special guests. Ruslana swept the 2004 Eurovision Song Contest with more than 100 million worldwide viewers. Her winning single and subsequent album Wild Dances saw widespread acclaim, dominating 14 different charts throughout Europe for 97 weeks.
Sherwood Park | Wednesdays until August 31
Festival Place Patio Series
Rain or shine, every Wednesday night two outstanding and eclectic acts from across Alberta, Canada and the globe play the Festival Place Patio overlooking beautiful Broadmoor Lake Park. The beverages will be chilled and the BBQ fired up, ready for you to enjoy night of relaxation, refreshments and outstanding music!
Calgary: Sept. 6-11 | Edmonton: Sept. 13-18
The Book of Mormon
This outrageous musical comedy follows the misadventures of a mismatched pair of missionaries, sent halfway across the world to spread the Good Word. Now with standing room only productions in London, on Broadway, and across North America, The Book of Mormon has truly become an international sensation. Contains explicit language.
Edmonton | September 9 - 11
Kaleido Family Arts Festival
For two and a half days every September, historic Alberta Avenue comes alive with Kaleido, an environment of creative exploration and performances on rooftops, sides of buildings, back alleys, parks, old spaces and new spaces. You have to see it to believe it!
Edmonton | September 23 & 24
Prairie Dance Circuit with Amber Borotsik
Choreographed by Edmonton’s Amber Borotsik, The Moon at Midnight is an inter-generational and inter-ability performance examines the inner truth of lived experience and explodes it out in cinematic fashion. An intersection between dance, theatre and sound The Moon at Midnight is a love letter to physical truth and … to monster movies!
Edmonton | October 26 - November 13
The Red King’s Dream
Steven Tudor’s life is solitary, logical, and precise and that’s good. He has read and indexed thousands of works from the security of his apartment, visited only by his boss and his best friend. But a chance encounter with an intriguing neighbour sends Stephen’s carefully ordered life through the looking glass and contrary to all rational analysis, the man who thinks too much just might find himself falling in love. David Belke’s classic comedy of love, logic and learning to live returns to the Shadow stage.