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4 stars 18 reviews

Alberta Theatre Projects

220 9th Ave SE
Calgary, AB  T2G 5C4

(403) 294-7475

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4 star rating
Best little theatre group in town
October 18, 2013

I went to an opening of their new play on October 18 and it was great. Every seat can see the play unobstructed, great acoustics and after the show we were served sparkling wine and hors d'oeuvres ...oh yeah, the actors came out to mingle with the crowd too. Great evening!

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4 star rating
Went to Theatre
September 26, 2013

I have not seen a play in years, story was great, actors brillant, I can't recall the title. Would go again.

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4 star rating
Hit... or Miss
May 16, 2013

We've been season ticket holders for a few years and will continue to be for the foreseeable future. As stated in in other reviews, this is not mainstream theatre as a rule and therefore will not appeal to everyone's taste. But then again, what form of art does? Last year was great, the current season, not so much, but next... more

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February 05, 2015

Featuring recent Canadian and international successes and original material.

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March 14, 2013

Alberta Theatre Projects presents the best in contemporary theatre, with an emphasis on bringing new Canadian plays to life.

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September 06, 2011

Located at the Martha Cohen Theatre in the Epcor Center for Performing Arts, ATP was originally a forum for Canadian Play-writing. Although the Project still adheres to that mandate, it has extended to include international works. The theatre seats four-fifty people, loosely based on a, theatre in the round design so that you are never very far from the action on stage. Check the Web-site for... more

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