Queen Christina of Sweden, who dressed and lived as a man, is locked in a battle of wits and wills with Philippe, Duc D’Orleans, the brother to King Louis XIV, who dressed as a woman while main...


The Kit Kat Club, 1931, Berlin sets the stage for this tale Tony Award-winning tale of love and loss.

Jean et Béatrice

Béatrice awaits her prince charming high up on the 33rd story of her high-rise apartment. Jean arrives, in response to notes she has left on walls throughout the city. But to prove he is her prince, ...


By Tom Stoppard. Stoppard’s internationally acclaimed work, featuring 2015 participants of the Citadel/Banff Centre Professional Theatre program, directed by Tom Wood.


By Jonathan Christensen. One of Canada’s darkest unsolved crimes is reimagined as a musical, telling the tale of a 19th century Irish family in Ontario turning vigilante after their life is sto...

Armstrong’s War

A traumatized soldier and a wheelchair-bound young girl attempt to heal their injuries of both body and mind.

A Dream Play

Swedish playwright August Strindberg (1849-1912) was one of the first to explore the role of the subconscious. With A Dream Play, his aim was to present the form of a dream on stage – a blend of memo...