Theatre NorthWest and Artistic Director Jack Grinhaus are proud to announce the theatre’s
24th Season to run from Sept 2017 to May 2018!!
In recognition of Canada’s 150th as well as other forms of nationalism being experienced globally, both positive and negative, our 2017/18 Season theme is ‘confronting and dealing with pride and what it means to be proud.’ This season has an amazing line up of two modern Canadian plays and re-imaginings of two classics for our Mainstage Series and one tour, one development of a locally written play and one for our cities youth for our second stage Presentation Series. Our most ambitious season to date boasts 7 productions that offer something for everyone but more for most! – Jack Grinhaus
See the Season video here for more details!! 2017/18 Season at Theatre NorthWest
Jake’s Gift by Julia Mackey
Running Sept 14 – Oct 1 2017
It’s a Wonderful Life: The Radio Play, adapted by Phillip Grecian, based on the Frank Capra Film
Running Nov 23 – Dec 13 2017
Hedda Noir, adapted by Jack Grinhaus from Henrik Ibsen’s Hedda Gabler.
Running Feb 15 – Mar 4 2018
The Best Brothers, by Daniel MacIvor. A Co-production with Western Canada Theatre .
Running April 12 – April 29 2018
Isitwendam by Meegwun Fairbrother and co-created by Jack Grinhaus – Fall 2017
Painting the Streets, by Amy Blanding and Lauren Brotman – May TBA
Robinson Crusoe and Friday (Theatre for Young Audiences) By Colin Heath and Michael Wolski – Presentation by Axis Theatre – May TBA
Tuesday – 8:00 pm
Wednesday – 8:00 pm
Thursday – 8:00 pm
Friday – 8:00 pm
Saturday – 2:00 pm and 8:00 pm
Sunday – 2:00 pm
Times are based on tours and may vary to include 7:00 pm and 11:00 am for Theatre for Young Audiences
Please See out Ticket Web page for more details.