January 13 - 30, 2015, as part of the 29th Annual High Performance Rodeo, Calgary's International Festival of the Arts.
Tickets, please visit: epcorcentre.org or phone 403-294-9494
As a culture what have we learned from WWI? What echoes and parallels persist a century later?
On the centenary of the First World War, the award-winning hometown One Yellow Rabbit ensemble teams up with guest artist, Canadian theatre heavyweight Peter Hinton - for the world premiere of What the Thunder Said.
The performance triptych examines the turbulent first quarter of the twentieth century. Beginning with the glowing promise and prosperity symbolized by the Palace of Electricity at the 1900 Paris World's Fair, it moves through the grinding destruction of WWI and finally to The Waste Land, T.S. Eliot's iconic investigation of the war's desolate aftermath.
This new OYR offering will thrill established fans and create devoted new ones.
One Yellow Rabbit’s WINE STAGE – Heritage Park – January 31, 2015
Calgary's Most Dramatic Wine Event!
When: Saturday, January 31, 2015 – 7:30 pm
Where: Gasoline Alley Grand Exhibit Hall - Heritage Park Historical Village, 1900 Heritage Drive SW
Part of the 29th High Performance Rodeo, Calgary’s International Festival of the Arts
Sexy, stylish and sophisticated, Wine Stage celebrates its 16th year as Calgary’s premier wine and food event.
At this dramatic fundraiser for One Yellow Rabbit Performance Theatre, guests will savour the world’s finest wines from the city’s best wine merchants, expertly paired with the succulent culinary creations of Calgary’s most celebrated restaurants.
Tickets available October 1st, 2014
All proceeds from this event will support One Yellow Rabbit Performance Theatre.
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.
2015 Restaurants have yet to be announced check hprodeo.ca for updates...
2014 Participating Restaurants Included:
- Brava Bistro
- Bar C
- Boxwood/River Cafe
- Cookbook Company Cooks
- FARM & Janice Beaton Fine Cheese
- The Living Room
- Raw Bar by Ducan Lee
- Red Tree Catering
- Shef's Fiery Kitchen
- Selkirk Grille
- Winebar Kensington
- Winsport at Canada Olympic Park
Map to Gasoline Alley Grand Exhibit Hall at Heritage Park
June 22 - July 12, 2015 - 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. The Lab teaches performance creation techniques, enhances your performance skills and stimulates your imagination. Throughout the process, we aim to fascinate, motivate and initiate your creative abilities - the experience is about transformation.
With a mixture of emerging and established artists, the Summer Lab Intensive uses an integrated approach during the teaching process with the emphasis on exploring individual personal aesthetic. Instructors work closely with artists to provide a truly meaningful experience.