Thought Provoking Drama February 22 – March 10

Nasty rumours destroy lives. Lies hurt. The Children’s Hour by Lillian Hellman written in the 1930’s explores themes relevant today. Catch this thought provoking drama from February 22 to March 10. Fortify yourself for this emotional roller coaster with a nutritious dinner prepared by Jeffrey’s before the March 3, 9 and 10 performances.

For Students of all ages and everyone 25 and under, GPLT offers tickets on Feb 22, 23, and 24 for only $10. Raise your social consciousness and lower your live theatre expense.

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The full lineup of the 2018 Bear Creek Folk Festival will be revealed at the start of the Freddy & Francine Concert March 16, 2018 at the Grande Prairie Live Theatre.

10% off(=$143) Adult 3 day passes and the $99 Seniors Early Bird pricing ends on MARCH 15, 2018. Buy now to same $$$$.

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No Cost Workshop -Intimacy for the Stage Feb 10

Intimacy for the Stage Workshop with Intimacy Director Siobhan Richardson (

Presented as a free public service to the GP Region acting community by Grande Prairie Live Theatre. Saturday, February 10, 2018 from 9 am to 3:30 pm, at Grande Prairie Live Theatre.

Limited to 25. Lunch and health break snacks included at no extra cost.
Preregister by calling 780 538 1616 or

Learn the techniques and the language to stage human sexuality in a way that is professional, dynamic and focused on storytelling.
Workshops introduce specific techniques to help actors access their vulnerability in a dramatic context, resulting in powerful chemistry between characters without compromising personal boundaries. Focus is on subtle and specific details in choreography, and on acting exercises to keep partners connected physically and emotionally. It’s an exploration of vulnerability within a dramatic context for the purpose of telling the story of the scene. We’ll also touch on suggestions for Best Practices, issues of consent, and psychological safety.

What people are saying about working with Siobhan:
“Had a great experience learning about this work with Siobhan Richardson and Jade Elliott this year, and would recommend an intimacy choreographer to any director.” Michael Bradley, director
“Thank you so much for your work today. It was so inspiring watching you work and I feel like I learned so much. You made the women feel totally comfortable and safe and I love what you came up with. Feeling very grateful to have had your eyes on the project.” – Claren Grosz, PencilKit Productions

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