May 20-June 8, 2014
After 2 years of development Catalyst's Creator in Residence, Surreal SoReal Theatre, premiere The Genius Code.
The Genius Code is a live play where each individual audience member listens through their own set of headphones, choosing which character to follow in a three person love tragedy set in the modern day.Read More
In association with The Citadel Theatre
March 7-29, 2015
When an Irish immigrant family finds all they've worked for is taken from them, they fight back, with horrific results. Vigilante tells the story of a family that does anything to get what it wants, and a town that takes the law into its own hands to stop them.
Vigilante will play in Edmonton in the Maclab Theatre at the Citadel in March 2015Read More
The Edmonton Journal
March 24, 2015
The international hit One Man, Two Guvnors, a riotous farce that has scooped up awards everywhere it’s played, is one of six mainstage offerings (and four add-ons) in the Citadel Theatre’s upcoming 49th season, unveiled in the company’s Club cabaret Monday night.
by Staff Writer
Feb 28, 2014
The Vernon Morning Star
While Edgar Allan Poe is widely considered to be a literary genius and his works are still read today, the details of his life are shrouded in mystery.
“The line between fact and fiction, dreams and reality, life and death has always been blurry in the work of Poe. This was also the case in his life,” said writer, director and composer Jonathan Christenson, who as artistic director with Edmonton’s Catalyst Theatre is bringing Poe’s life and words to the stage in the award-winning production, Nevermore: The Imaginary Life And Mysterious Death of Edgar Allan Poe.