By Tracey Power
In 1933, four friends set out to prove to Canada that hockey isn’t just a sport for men. But with The Great Depression weighing heavily on the nation and political tensions rising in Europe, can they overcome the odds, and people’s expectations, and forge their own path to glory? Told through music and dance inspired by the era, GLORY is an uplifting hockey story that proves a woman’s place is on home ice.
IF YOU LIKE: A League of Their Own, The Mighty Ducks, Waiting for the Parade
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 Production Manager Eugenio Sáenz Flores at firstname.lastname@example.org or 403.294.7476
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