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Season 2018


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Season 2018


Live Theatre That's a Riot of Fun!

TEATRO LA QUINDICINA SEASON 2018

It’s hard to believe we’re already on the point of beginning our third season in the newly rebuilt Varscona Theatre. Our gorgeously revitalized building feels more like home than ever, both for our ensemble and our subscribers. Audiences have loved watching our adventures on the capacious new Varscona stage, with its expanded depth, breadth, and height finally matching the scope of  the Teatro imagination. Our sumptuous 2018 season sees the revels continue apace with 4 scintillating productions, two of which are world premieres. As usual, all Teatro’s best known players will be out in glamorously full force, with some arresting new faces in the mix as well. It’s a party you don’t want to miss!

A Lesson in Brio


A Lesson in Brio


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Subscribers

Please note that the deadline to book subscriber tickets during the festival (Aug. 17-26) has already passed

Tickets can still be booked for our holdover dates the following week (Aug. 28-Sept.1).  If you have any questions or require more information please email reservations@teatroq.com

Teatro returns to the Edmonton Fringe with a Lemoine premiere, his first all-new full length offering at the Festival since The Euphorians in 2014. The cast is comprised of four of our shiniest pennies- Rachel Bowron, Patricia Cerra, Mathew Hulshof, and Jenny McKillop- all abundantly well-equipped to flourish in this sizzling demonstration of mind over matter and vivacity over adversity.

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Skirts on Fire


Skirts on Fire


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What would a Teatro season be without a madcap screwball comedy? Really, it’s a question that’ll probably never get an answer, and we suspect you’re fine with that. Not seen since 2003, this Lemoine caper is set in the world of magazine publishing in 1950s Manhattan. A famous literary hoax begets a further series of deceptions, misunderstandings, and outright lies, until things come to a head in the smallest hotel room in New York. Andrew MacDonald-Smith presides as the chief provocateur in a cast which also includes Kendra Connor, Andrea House, Paula Humby, Louise Lambert, and Ron Pederson.

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