2022–2023 Season

2022-2023 Season Teaser

2022–2023 Ticket Information

Season Subscriptions are now available online here or download a fillable PDF.

  • Season Subscriptions: Adult $100, Senior $80, Student $55
  • *Opening Night or Flex Pass: Adult $110, Senior $88, Student $60
    (*Enjoy a post show reception with your Opening Night tickets)

NEW Single Ticket Prices for 2022–2023 (Single Tickets go on sale Fall 2022) 

  • Preview: Adult/Senior $10, Student $5
  • *Opening Night: Adult $28, Senior $25, Student $15
    (*Enjoy a post show reception with your Opening Night ticket)
  • Evenings: Adult $27, Senior $24, Student $14 
  • Matinee: Adult $23, Senior $20, Student $14
  • 1/2 Price Mondays: Adult $13, Senior $12, Student $7

Introducing the 2022–2023 Studio Theatre Season


Written by: Beth Graham
Directed by: Kevin Sutley
October 13–22, 2022

Charlie is an actor. Charlie was an actor. Charlie will be an actor again, provided she can cross the swirling abyss, keep from floating away, quiet the voices, and shake those pesky weasels off her back. Weasel is a play about the search for truth, the pursuit of ambition, and the cost of pretending everything is fine.

Ubu Roi

Written by: Alfred Jarry
Directed by: David Woroner
December 1–10, 2022

Alfred Jarry’s infamous 1896 comedy Ubu Roi follows the ridiculous rise and fall of Père Ubu in his greedy struggle to conquer other nations by use of violence and sheer dumb luck. The play is a zany warning against the powers of an ever-hungry despot, a warning which seems ever more pressing in our modern world.


Written by: Eugène Ionesco
Directed by: Jake Planinc
February 9–18, 2023

Eugène Ionseco’s parabolic drama Rhinoceros (1959) follows everyman Bérenger as his community is overrun with “rhinoceritis.” As he watches the world change around him, Bérenger must find inspiration and take control of his life. Ionesco’s breakneck masterpiece is an indictment of complacency, extremism, and mob mentality, as well as an invitation to individual action in the face of overwhelming circumstances.

The Devils

Written by: John Whiting
Directed by: David Kennedy
April 6–15, 2023

Religious faith, spiritual doubt, and earthly politics intersect in this gripping tale of a provincial French town that comes to believe its parish priest is an instrument of the Devil. When an inquisition into the demonic possession of the nuns of the Convent of St. Ursula identifies Father Grandin as the source, his powerful enemies in both church and state conspire to destroy him. Based on actual events in the 17th-century town of Loudun, The Devils forcefully depicts a factional and dangerous society overcome by hysteria.

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All performances at the Timms Centre for The Arts, 112 Street & 87 Avenue.
780-492-2495 | uastudio@ualberta.ca

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