BY REBECCA NORTHAN, BRUCE HORAK AND CHRISTIAN GOUTSIS
DIRECTED BY REBECCA NORTHAN
NOVEMBER 27 – DECEMBER 30, 2018
The legend lives on…
In 19th century Spanish California, a heroic (but aging) masked outlaw known as el Zorro gets some unexpected help defending the small village of Los Angeles against his arch nemesis, Sergeant Pablo Gonzales.
A swashbuckling, adventure-filled comedy about family, honour and choosing the mark you want to leave on the world.
IF YOU LIKE: The Legend of Zorro, Pixar’s The Incredibles, Princess of Thieves
Audience Considerations: Suggested for ages 5+
Ideal for: Performances and recitals
Accessibility: Theatre seating includes wheelchair accessible seats
Included: Fully customizable lighting and A/V options
Alberta Theatre Projects (ATP) has been the resident tenant in the courtyard-shaped, Georgian-style Martha Cohen Theatre since 1985. Tiered levels of seats form a three-quarter circle around the performing area eliminating the separation between the audience and performers. The farthest seat from the stage is a mere 39 feet away.
Situated in the heart of Arts Commons beside Jack Singer Concert Hall, Martha Cohen Theatre received state-of-the-art sound upgrade in 2014, as well as all new seats and a new lighting console in 2016, ensuring that it remains at the top of theatre industry standard. The Martha Cohen Theatre was named after the late Dr. Martha Cohen ($1M donated by her husband in honour of her birthday).
This venue has limited rental dates
To inquire about renting this venue, please contact David Fraser at dfraser@ATPlive.com or 403.294.7476