Concordia University of Edmonton’s “Theatre at CUE” produces two mainstage productions each academic year – one in the Fall (October/November) and one in the winter (March).
Each mainstage production is directed by either a faculty member or a guest director from Edmonton’s professional theatre community. In addition, every second year, Theatre at CUE produces a musical production. Auditions are open to all CUE students, and those with the appropriate prerequisites can gain credit for their participation in the productions, either as performers or part of the technical team (Drama 307/308).
CUE’s independent student drama club, Green Thespians Collective (GTC), also sponsors a student directed One Act Festival late in the fall term as well as a Fine Arts Carnival of Theatre, Dance and Music late in the Winter term.
If interested in participating in CUE’s thriving theatre community, see the Events Calendar for audition and performance dates,* or email Drama Program Coordinator Glenda Stirling, firstname.lastname@example.org.
*select the Drama calendar from the Categories to see only Drama events.
Theatre at CUE invites you to their 2020-2021 season:
Too Much Zoom Makes Us All Go Blind
Directed by Dave Horak
Nov 20 at 7:30 pm
Nov 21 at 7:30 pm
Nov 22 at 7:30 pm
Nov 27 at 7:30 pm
Nov 28 at 7:30 pm
Nov 29 at 7:30 pm
Watch the show on CUETV
Watch Too Much Zoom Makes All of Us Go Blind free here:
Please consider making a donation to our Student Relief Fund in lieu of a ticket. Learn more and donate here.
Winter 2020 – Macbeth – By William Shakespeare – Directed by Michael Peng
Fall 2019 – Blithe Spirit, by Noël Coward – Directed by Glenda Stirling
Winter 2019 – The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee – Music and Lyrics by William Finn Book and Rachel Sheinkin – Directed by Brenley Charkow
Fall 2018 – Almost, Maine by John Cariani – Directed by Glenda Stirling
Winter 2018 – The Dada Play by Mieko Ouchi – Edmonton premiere – Directed by Caroline Howarth
Fall 2017 – Waxworks by Trina Davies – Canadian Premiere – Directed by Glenda Stirling
Winter 2017 – Urinetown: The Musical – Music by Mark Hollmann and Greg Kotis – Directed by Michael Peng
Fall 2016 – Haroun and the Sea of Stories by Salman Rushdie adapted by Tim Supple and David Tushingham, Directed by Caroline Howarth
Winter 2016 – A Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare, directed by Chris Bullough
Fall 2015 – The Glorious 12th by Raymond Storey, directed by Caroline Howarth
Winter 2015 – Dido and Aeneas by Henry Purcell and Nahum Tate, directed by Caroline Howarth, Conductor Danielle Lisboa
Fall 2014 – The Secret Garden adapted by Michael Shamata and Paula Wing, directed by Michelle Rios, production design by Josiah Hiemstra
Winter 2014 – Village of Idiots by John Lazarus, directed by Randy Ritz, production design by Josiah Hiemstra
Fall 2013 – The Seagull by Anton Chekhov, translated by Pam Gems, directed by Caroline Howarth, production design by Josiah Hiemstra
Winter 2013 – Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice, directed by Mieko Ouchi, musical director Kimberly Denis, choreographed by Richard Lee, production design by Josiah Hiemstra
Fall 2012 –Innocence Lost: A Play about Steven Truscott by Beverly Cooper, directed by Caroline Howarth, production design by Josiah Hiemstra
Winter 2012 – Harvey by Mary Chase, directed by Randy Ritz, production design by Josiah Hiemstra
Fall 2011 – The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui by Bertolt Brecht, directed by Caroline Howarth, production design by Josiah Hiemstra
Winter 2011 – Honk by Anthony Drewe and George Stiles, directed by Tara Brodin, musical director Ryan Sigurdson, choreographed by Jason Hardwick, production design by Josiah Hiemstra
Fall 2010 – Unity (1918) by Kevin Kerr, directed by Caroline Howarth, production design by Josiah Hiemstra