Video: Get A Behind The Scenes Look At The Set Of METOER SHOWER at Theatre Calgary

Performances run January 23 - February 11, 2024.

By: Feb. 02, 2024
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Get a behind the scenes look at the scenic design of Theatre Calgary's production of Meteor Shower, now on stage through February 11th, 2024.

On a warm summer evening in 1993, Norm and his wife, Corky, are setting the table for a dinner party to accompany a once-in-a-lifetime meteor shower. They’re hoping for an evening of polite conversation with Norm’s tennis partner, Gerald, and his wife, Laura. But from the moment the  evening begins, things become increasingly surreal and chaotic, challenging the couples’ relationships and perceptions of reality. Steve Martin’s signature wit is on full display in this comedy, where the jokes are served as quick as the drinks.

Meteor Shower contains occasional strong language, mature themes, and drug & alcohol references. The production is recommended for ages 16+.

The cast includes Braden Griffiths, Gerald Helen Knight, Corky Nathan Schmidt, Norm Bahareh Yaraghi, Laura Joe Perry, and Amy Sawka.

The creative team includes Director, Lezlie Wade Set Design, Douglas Paraschuk Costume Design, Jessica Poirier-Chang Lighting & Projection Design, Beth Kates Sound Design & Composition, Andrew Blizzard Intimacy Director, Anastasia St. Amand Voice & Dialect Coach, Jane MacFarlane Stage Manager, Lisa Russell Assistant Stage Manager, Naomi Esau Apprentice Stage Manager, Charlotte Braid TC Mentors Program Madeline Blondal, Lighting & Projection Mentee Jessica Eckstadt, Voice & Dialect Mentee Emily Marisabel,  Directing Mentee


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