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2018/19 Season Images (Hi-Res)

Photos of productions at Alberta Theatre Projects are subject to copyrights held by the company and the photographer. Please ensure the appropriate credit is provided with each use.


THE NEW CANADIAN CURLING CLUB (2019) – PROMOTIONAL PHOTOS, CREDIT: ERIN WALLACE

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Amish Patel, Aya Almofleh, Gasquet Chen, and Deborah Cheesman. Photo: Erin Wallace

 

 

 

 

 

 

Promotional Video Trailer: https://youtu.be/bQ26WpkzaE8

Credit: Featuring Sepidar Yeganeh Farid, Duval Lang and Gasquet Chen. Video by Two Words Productions. Photo by Erin Wallace. Filmed on location at the Garrison Curling Club, Calgary.


THE NEW CANADIAN CURLING CLUB (2019) – PRODUCTION PHOTOS, CREDIT: BENJAMIN LAIRD

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  1. Jonathan Ho, Richard Young, and Jenni Burke in The New Canadian Curling Club at Alberta Theatre Projects. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set: Scott Reid. Lights: Daniela Masellis. Costumes: Melissa Mitchell.)
  2. Cast members of The New Canadian Curling Club at Alberta Theatre Projects. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set: Scott Reid. Lights: Daniela Masellis. Costumes: Melissa Mitchell.)
  3. Sepidar Yeganeh Farid in The New Canadian Curling Club at Alberta Theatre Projects. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set: Scott Reid. Lights: Daniela Masellis. Costumes: Melissa Mitchell.)
  4. Cast members of The New Canadian Curling Club at Alberta Theatre Projects. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set: Scott Reid. Lights: Daniela Masellis. Costumes: Melissa Mitchell.)
  5. Cast members of The New Canadian Curling Club at Alberta Theatre Projects. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set: Scott Reid. Lights: Daniela Masellis. Costumes: Melissa Mitchell.)
  6. Jonathan Ho and Richard Young in The New Canadian Curling Club at Alberta Theatre Projects. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set: Scott Reid. Lights: Daniela Masellis. Costumes: Melissa Mitchell.)
  7. Cast members of The New Canadian Curling Club at Alberta Theatre Projects. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set: Scott Reid. Lights: Daniela Masellis. Costumes: Melissa Mitchell.)
  8. Duval Lang and Jonathan Ho in The New Canadian Curling Club at Alberta Theatre Projects. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set: Scott Reid. Lights: Daniela Masellis. Costumes: Melissa Mitchell.)
  9. Sepidar Yeganeh Farid in The New Canadian Curling Club at Alberta Theatre Projects. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set: Scott Reid. Lights: Daniela Masellis. Costumes: Melissa Mitchell.)
  10. Jonathan Ho and Richard Young in The New Canadian Curling Club at Alberta Theatre Projects. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set: Scott Reid. Lights: Daniela Masellis. Costumes: Melissa Mitchell.)
  11. Cast members of The New Canadian Curling Club at Alberta Theatre Projects. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set: Scott Reid. Lights: Daniela Masellis. Costumes: Melissa Mitchell.)
  12. Cast members of The New Canadian Curling Club at Alberta Theatre Projects. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set: Scott Reid. Lights: Daniela Masellis. Costumes: Melissa Mitchell.)
  13. Richard Young, Duval Lang, and Jenni Burke in The New Canadian Curling Club at Alberta Theatre Projects. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set: Scott Reid. Lights: Daniela Masellis. Costumes: Melissa Mitchell.)
  14. Cast members of The New Canadian Curling Club at Alberta Theatre Projects. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set: Scott Reid. Lights: Daniela Masellis. Costumes: Melissa Mitchell.)

CAFÉ DAUGHTER (2019) – PROMOTIONAL PHOTOS, CREDIT: MEAGHAN BAXTER

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Tiffany Ayalik in Café Daughter by Kenneth T. Williams. Photo: Meaghan Baxter


CAFÉ DAUGHTER (2019) – PRODUCTION PHOTOS, CREDIT: ED ELLIS

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Tiffany Ayalik in Café Daughter. Photo: Ed Ellis. (Set, Lighting, Projection and Costume Design by T. Erin Gruber)

  

ZORRO: FAMILY CODE (2018) – PROMOTIONAL PHOTOS, CREDIT: ERIN WALLACE

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Christian Mena, Lucian-River Mirage Chauhan, and Kristen Padayas. Photo: Erin Wallace

 

 

 

 

 

 

Promotional Video Trailer: https://youtu.be/dsebpWr5B7I


ZORRO: FAMILY CODE (2018) – PRODUCTION PHOTOS, CREDIT: BENJAMIN LAIRD

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  1. Mabelle Carvajal, Kevin Corey, and Tyrell Crews in Alberta Theatre Projects’ production of ZORRO: Family Code by Rebecca Northan, Bruce Horak, and Christian Goutsis. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set and lights: Narda McCarroll. Costumes: Hanne Loosen)
  2. Cast members in Alberta Theatre Projects’ production of ZORRO: Family Code by Rebecca Northan, Bruce Horak, and Christian Goutsis. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set and lights: Narda McCarroll. Costumes: Hanne Loosen)
  3. Kevin Corey, Tyrell Crews, and Lucian-River Mirage Chauhan in Alberta Theatre Projects’ production of ZORRO: Family Code by Rebecca Northan, Bruce Horak, and Christian Goutsis. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set and lights: Narda McCarroll. Costumes: Hanne Loosen)
  4. Cast members in Alberta Theatre Projects’ production of ZORRO: Family Code by Rebecca Northan, Bruce Horak, and Christian Goutsis. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set and lights: Narda McCarroll. Costumes: Hanne Loosen)
  5. Tyrell Crews, Derek Flores, and Lucian-River Mirage Chauhan in Alberta Theatre Projects’ production of ZORRO: Family Code by Rebecca Northan, Bruce Horak, and Christian Goutsis. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set and lights: Narda McCarroll. Costumes: Hanne Loosen)
  6. Tyrell Crews and Derek Flores in Alberta Theatre Projects’ production of ZORRO: Family Code by Rebecca Northan, Bruce Horak, and Christian Goutsis. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set and lights: Narda McCarroll. Costumes: Hanne Loosen)
  7. Kevin Corey and Lucian-River Mirage Chauhan in Alberta Theatre Projects’ production of ZORRO: Family Code by Rebecca Northan, Bruce Horak, and Christian Goutsis. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set and lights: Narda McCarroll. Costumes: Hanne Loosen)
  8. Lucian-River Mirage Chauhan and Natasha Strickey in Alberta Theatre Projects’ production of ZORRO: Family Code by Rebecca Northan, Bruce Horak, and Christian Goutsis. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set and lights: Narda McCarroll. Costumes: Hanne Loosen)
  9. Tyrell Crews, Mabelle Carvajal, and Kevin Corey in Alberta Theatre Projects’ production of ZORRO: Family Code by Rebecca Northan, Bruce Horak, and Christian Goutsis. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set and lights: Narda McCarroll. Costumes: Hanne Loosen)
  10. Tyrell Crews, Mabelle Carvajal, and Derek Flores in Alberta Theatre Projects’ production of ZORRO: Family Code by Rebecca Northan, Bruce Horak, and Christian Goutsis. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set and lights: Narda McCarroll. Costumes: Hanne Loosen)
  11. Derek Flores and Natasha Strickey in Alberta Theatre Projects’ production of ZORRO: Family Code by Rebecca Northan, Bruce Horak, and Christian Goutsis. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set and lights: Narda McCarroll. Costumes: Hanne Loosen)
  12. Derek Flores in Alberta Theatre Projects’ production of ZORRO: Family Code by Rebecca Northan, Bruce Horak, and Christian Goutsis. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set and lights: Narda McCarroll. Costumes: Hanne Loosen)
  13. Natasha Strickey in Alberta Theatre Projects’ production of ZORRO: Family Code by Rebecca Northan, Bruce Horak, and Christian Goutsis. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set and lights: Narda McCarroll. Costumes: Hanne Loosen)

 

 

 

Live Video Trailer: https://youtu.be/tKk7oRTuw20


ROSENCRANTZ & GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD (2018) – PROMOTIONAL PHOTOS, CREDIT: ERIN WALLACE

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Myla Southward and Julie Orton as Rosencrantz and Guildenstern in Alberta Theatre Projects’ presentation of Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead by Tom Stoppard. A Shakespeare Company and Hit & Myth Production. Photo: Erin Wallace

 

 

 

 

 

 

Promotional Video Trailer: https://youtu.be/yHhbXpmDQZE


ROSENCRANTZ & GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD (2018) – PRODUCTION PHOTOS, CREDIT: BENJAMIN LAIRD

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Captions (from top left):

  1. Cast members in Alberta Theatre Projects’ presentation of Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead by Tom Stoppard. A Shakespeare Company and Hit & Myth Production. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set: Scott Reid. Lights: David Fraser. Costumes: Hanne Loosen)
  2. Myla Southward, Christopher Hunt, and Julie Orton in Alberta Theatre Projects’ presentation of Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead by Tom Stoppard. A Shakespeare Company and Hit & Myth Production. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set: Scott Reid. Lights: David Fraser. Costumes: Hanne Loosen)
  3. Julie Orton and Myla Southward in Alberta Theatre Projects’ presentation of Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead by Tom Stoppard. A Shakespeare Company and Hit & Myth Production. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set: Scott Reid. Lights: David Fraser. Costumes: Hanne Loosen)
  4. Tenaj Williams and Natasha Strickey in Alberta Theatre Projects’ presentation of Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead by Tom Stoppard. A Shakespeare Company and Hit & Myth Production. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set: Scott Reid. Lights: David Fraser. Costumes: Hanne Loosen)
  5. Cast members in Alberta Theatre Projects’ presentation of Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead by Tom Stoppard. A Shakespeare Company and Hit & Myth Production. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set: Scott Reid. Lights: David Fraser. Costumes: Hanne Loosen)
  6. Myla Southward and Julie Orton in Alberta Theatre Projects’ presentation of Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead by Tom Stoppard. A Shakespeare Company and Hit & Myth Production. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set: Scott Reid. Lights: David Fraser. Costumes: Hanne Loosen)
  7. Myla Southward and Tenaj Williams in Alberta Theatre Projects’ presentation of Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead by Tom Stoppard. A Shakespeare Company and Hit & Myth Production. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set: Scott Reid. Lights: David Fraser. Costumes: Hanne Loosen)
  8. Julie Orton, Christopher Hunt, and Mark Bellamy in Alberta Theatre Projects’ presentation of Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead by Tom Stoppard. A Shakespeare Company and Hit & Myth Production. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set: Scott Reid. Lights: David Fraser. Costumes: Hanne Loosen)
  9. Cast members in Alberta Theatre Projects’ presentation of Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead by Tom Stoppard. A Shakespeare Company and Hit & Myth Production. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set: Scott Reid. Lights: David Fraser. Costumes: Hanne Loosen)

Live Video Trailer: https://youtu.be/4mD8YL6oANs


THE VIRGIN TRIAL (2018) – PROMOTIONAL PHOTOS, CREDIT: ERIN WALLACE

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Emma Houghton as Bess in Alberta Theatre Projects’ production of The Virgin Trial by Kate Hennig. Photo: Erin Wallace

Promotional Video Trailer: https://youtu.be/0hpNxVicPTA


THE VIRGIN TRIAL (2018) – PRODUCTION PHOTOS, CREDIT: BENJAMIN LAIRD

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  1. Jamie Konchak, Haysam Kadri, Emma Houghton, and Conrad Belau in The Virgin Trial. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set: Scott Reid. Lights: David Fraser. Costumes: Heather Moore)
  2. Nigel Shawn Williams, Emma Houghton, and Sarah Orenstein in The Virgin Trial. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set: Scott Reid. Lights: David Fraser. Costumes: Heather Moore)
  3. Sarah Orenstein and Emma Houghton in The Virgin Trial. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set: Scott Reid. Lights: David Fraser. Costumes: Heather Moore)
  4. Emma Houghton and Haysam Kadri in The Virgin Trial. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set: Scott Reid. Lights: David Fraser. Costumes: Heather Moore)
  5. Emma Houghton in The Virgin Trial. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set: Scott Reid. Lights: David Fraser. Costumes: Heather Moore)
  6. Haysam Kadri and Nigel Shawn Williams in The Virgin Trial. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set: Scott Reid. Lights: David Fraser. Costumes: Heather Moore)
  7. Jamie Konchak, Conrad Belau, Emma Houghton, and Helen Knight in The Virgin Trial. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set: Scott Reid. Lights: David Fraser. Costumes: Heather Moore)
  8. Sarah Orenstein and Jamie Konchak in The Virgin Trial. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set: Scott Reid. Lights: David Fraser. Costumes: Heather Moore)
  9. Nigel Shawn Williams, Jamie Konchak, Emma Houghton, Conrad Belau, and Sarah Orenstein in The Virgin Trial. Photo: Benjamin Laird. (Set: Scott Reid. Lights: David Fraser. Costumes: Heather Moore)

Production Video Trailer: https://youtu.be/0hpNxVicPTA


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Darcy Evans – Executive and Artistic Director of Alberta Theatre Projects


Media Releases

March 18, 2019 –The New Canadian Curling Club breaks Alberta Theatre Projects Box Office Record

March 1, 2019 – Alberta Theatre Projects Closes its 2018/19 Season on the Button with The New Canadian Curling Club

February 4, 2019 – Just Announced: Alberta Theatre Projects’ 2019/20 Season of World-Class Contemporary Theatre in Calgary

January 15, 2019 – Alberta Theatre Projects and One Yellow Rabbit Bring Hit Solo Show Café Daughter to High Performance Rodeo

November 29, 2018 – ZORRO: Family Code Set to Make its Mark in Calgary This Holiday Season

November 20, 2018 – Alberta Theatre Projects Announces Giving Tuesday Campaign

October 16, 2018 – Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead is a Hit!

October 4, 2018 – Tony Award-Winning Comedy Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead Turns Shakespeare’s Classic Tragedy Inside Out

August 22, 2018 – Alberta Theatre Projects Announces Full Cast and Creative Teams for Fall 2018

August 7, 2018 – Alberta Theatre Projects Revises 2018/19 Season

May 24, 2018 – Alberta Theatre Projects welcomes Darcy Evans as its new Artistic Producer

April 3, 2018 – Just Announced: 2018/19 Season Captures a Defining Moment in Alberta Theatre Projects’ 47-Year History