January 12 – January 23
This year One Yellow Rabbit is celebrating 30 years of Rodeo madness with a big heartfelt kiss to our town. OYR's wickedly funny Calgary, I Love You, But You're Killing Me is a musical comedy written by Blake Brooker and composed by David Rhymer.
One Yellow Rabbit dowses, parses, and probes questions about our town to find out: Just who the hell are we now?
Don't miss this ode to Calgary. After all – it's about who you are now.
New date! March 19, 2016.
This year we are hosting the same fabulous event you know and love, with a new date.
We offer you the same sumptuous offerings of Calgary's most celebrated restaurants, caterers and wine merchants – in the same fabulous venue, the Gasoline Alley Exhibition Hall at Heritage Park.
By buying a ticket and having fun you contribute to the success of one of Calgary's most celebrated performing arts organizations – the nationally and internationally acclaimed One Yellow Rabbit Performance Theatre.
What are you waiting for?
Gasoline Alley Grand Exhibit Hall
Participating Wine Merchants Include:
- Banff Wine Store
- Bin 905
- J Webb Wine Merchant
- Kensington Wine Market
- Richmond Hill Wines
- Vine Arts
- Vinestone Wine Co.
Map to Gasoline Alley Grand Exhibit Hall at Heritage Park
June 20–July 10, 2016
There is only 1 One Yellow Rabbit.
And there is only 1 One Yellow Rabbit Summer Lab Intensive.
The Summer Lab Intensive is an unconventional three-week master class for actors, writers, directors, dancers, and other artists interested in performance based creative practice. Throughout the process, we aim to fascinate, motivate and initiate your creative abilities – the experience is about transformation.
“Our idea is to create a safe place where artists can explore their personal aesthetic without judgment. The Lab is not just a philosophical exercise, or a place where we just talk. We are active in our bodies investigating performance theatre.” — Denise Clarke, Founder and Director of the Summer Lab Intensive, OYR Associate Artist
- Denise Clarke
- Blake Brooker
- Chris Cran
“The teachers are exceptional, each recognized national leaders in their respective fields, and more importantly they are personally and genuinely engaged in the process of learning; giving the participants not only the fruits of their experience but the constant re-assessment and exploration of the theatrical art form itself.” — Peter Hinton O.C., Theatre Director/ Playwright.
Don't be shy.