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2018/19 Season Ticket Pack

Fringe Theatre

2018/19 Regular Season

Our Season Ticket Pack is your passport to exciting theatre experiences throughout the year. For just $60, the Season Ticket Pack includes one ticket to each of our five regular season and spotlight performances, including:

  • Welcome Inside: Brett Miles Release Party presented by Brett Miles
  • Blood: A Scientific Romance presented by The Maggie Tree
  • Lake of the Strangers, presented by Nehayawin
  • 13 Encounters & Fish at the Bottom of the Sea
  • A Man Draws a Bird, presented by Booming Tree

Edmonton International Fringe Theatre Festival

Fringe Theatre

August 16 - 26, 2018

With more than 1,600 performances, 42 venues, three outdoor stages, four patios, and 65 vendors, the Fringe Festival is the ultimate DIY Festival!

Fringing comes in all shapes and sizes so don’t be afraid to jump in and make it your own. Explore the Festival and discover How to Fringe


Welcome Inside: Brett Miles Album Release Party

Brett Miles

September 22, 2018
Backstage Theatre

Edmonton born funk and jazz musician Brett Miles has had a long career playing with many legends in the field from James Brown, Sam and Dave, Buddy Miles, Mick Jagger, Taylor Dayne, Ivan Neville plus many, many more.

Brett will soon be releasing his first studio recording in nine years, Welcome Inside. Brett produced, composed and performed the entirety of this double album, with a little help from his friends, on real instruments. There are no samples – if Brett didn’t actually play it, another human did. Welcome Inside was recorded and mixed by Doug Organ at Edmontone Studio and will be mastered by Grammy award winning engineer Anton Pukshansky.

Brett and his new 11 piece band will be celebrating the release of his new album on September 22, 2018 in the Backstage Theatre.


Blood: A Scientific Romance

The Maggie Tree

October 16 - October 27, 2018
Backstage Theatre

Twin sisters Poubelle and Angelique are bonded in both biology and shared tragedy after a car accident leaves them orphaned along a prairie highway in a pool of blood. But the young twins are brought home with Dr. Glass after their remarkable recovery, and quickly find themselves the subject of endless experiments. In a quest to study Poubelle and Angelique’s undeniable bond, Dr. Glass’s questionable practices are soon scrutinized by a young doctor who might be the twins’ only hope for a normal life. Blood: A Scientific Romance probes the questions: Do relationships take on new meaning when they begin to shape not only our experiences, but our biology? And do we, in fact, complete one another?


Lake of the Strangers


January 22 - February 2, 2019
Backstage Theatre

Lake of the Strangers in a powerful new play by Hunter Cardinal. Inspired by ancient Nehiyaw mythology, this story follows two brothers in their last summer adventure. Through forests, rivers, and not knowing, Lake of Strangers is a journey of two brothers finding each other and themselves.


13 Encounters & Fish at the Bottom of the Sea

April 2 - April 13, 2019
Westbury Theatre

13 Encounters and Fish at the Bottom of the Sea are sister plays performed as a double bill incorporating rich poetic imagery, physical theatre, live music and aerial circus. These plays take you by the hand into the tenderness of new love, and the wet wound of heartbreak. They are love stories for Edmonton, to Edmonton and from Edmonton.


A Man Draws a Bird

Booming Tree

April 30 - May 12, 2019
Backstage Theatre

What they survived might kill you.

After a catastrophic impact a man and a woman are trapped in a strange world called The In-Between. Here in the darkness their broken lives are curiously linked to those of a coyote, a bird and an unearthly sage who holds the secret power of taiko. This is a hero’s tale told by driving rhythm and racing pulse. How will they finish the journey? Where will it take them? And when they emerge from this world within, will they remember who they were or recognize who they’ve become?


We give thanks to the peoples of Treaty 6 territory, a traditional meeting ground and home for many Indigenous Peoples, including Nehiyawak (Cree), Saulteaux, Blackfoot, Métis, Papaschase, and Nakota Sioux. We also acknowledge our Treaty obligations and are committed to living in accordance with the spirit and intent of peace and friendship.