One Yellow Rabbit’s
January 9* - 27, 2018 – 8:00 pm
(No shows Monday)
Big Secret Theatre
225 8 Ave SE
Part of the 32nd annual High Performance Rodeo, Calgary’s International Festival of the Arts
A meditation on the moon’s significance to humans, Moon, Moon, No Moon Cabaret will look at humankind’s millennia-long relationship with the moon — from embodiment as a god or goddess, to the way we mark time for ritual and agricultural purposes, through to use for propaganda during the cold war.
Be among the first to see this new song cycle at the High Performance Rodeo.
* A limited number of Pay What You Can Afford tickets for the Preview performance on January 9 @ 8:00pm will be available exclusively at the door of the theatre, one hour prior to show time. Based on availability. Guarantee your seat for the January 9th Preview in advance by purchasing a $15 ticket online, in person, or by phone.
Ideal for: Performances, lectures, workshops
Capacity: 165 – Theatre-style seating
Accessibility: Theatre seating includes wheelchair accessible seats
Included: customizable theatre lighting and A/V options, event planning support
The Big Secret Theatre is not a secret anymore and at one point it wasn't even a theatre! The space, hidden away on the +15 level of Arts Commons was originally designed to function as a lounge. In 1987, One Yellow Rabbit Performance Theatre approached Arts Commons seeking space and the lounge space was leased to them on a trial basis. Today the company calls the Big Secret Theatre their permanent home.
This venue has limited rental dates, to inquire about renting this space, please contact Johanne Deleeuw at email@example.com or 403-264-3224, ext. 4370.
For more information please visit https://www.oyr.org/the-venue/venue-rental
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Arts Commons is not responsible for tickets purchased through any secondary market sales channel. As we are unable to verify such purchases, we are unable to reissue tickets to anyone other than the credit card holder who made the original purchase through Arts Commons’ sales channels.