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Dancing Sky Theatre presents
The Lucky Ones by Kelley Jo Burke
A Premiere production
Featuring Louisa Ferguson and Sean Hoy
Music by Ross Nykiforuk
Stage Managed by Kenilee Kehler
Directed and Designed by Angus Ferguson
The Lucky Ones, is a story of mature love. It’s about Enid and Marty, who met by chance and despite genuine doubts about human relationships, fell for each other one summer night. This touching and funny play is about their marriage, their life together, and the end of their life together.
The Lucky Ones is a companion piece to Kelley Jo's award winning play The Selkie Wife, which Dancing Sky Theatre premiered in 2008.
Meals are Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Seating Starts at 6:30 Friday and Saturday and 12:30 Sunday.
NO MEALS THURSDAY
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This is the rescheduled January concert
Haydn – String Quartet in C major, Op. 20, No. 2
Mozart – String Quartet in B flat, K.458, `The Hunt`
Debussy – String Quartet in G minor, Op. 10
The six Op. 20 quartets mark a monumental stage in the creation of the string quartet genre by Haydn. In Quartet No. 2 the four voices are now equals, with the cello even taking the lead in several movements. The famous Capriccio is a fantasia reminiscent of operatic arias and recitatives. The finale, a brilliant fugue with four separate themes woven together, is a brilliant innovation of the art of counterpoint with the flow of accompanied melody. This is a diamond sitting amongst the other precious jewels of Op. 20.
‘ The Hunt’ is a posthumous nick-name based on the suggestion of the sound of the hunting horn in the opening of the lively first movement of the Mozart’s Quartet in E flat composed in 1785. One of the set of six quartets dedicated to Haydn, it was written to honor the composer that Mozart held in the highest esteem.
Debussy’s entire string quartet is based upon the theme that is presented in the very first measure. The kaleidoscope of colors and contexts in which this theme is heard in the other movements is a testament to Debussy’s ingenuity. Influenced by visual art, literature, and the Javanese gamelan orchestra, heard at the 1889 Paris Expo, Debussy created an entirely new palette of sounds in his first chamber music work which was his only string quartet.
Act I Benjamin Franklin Pinkerton, a young U.S. Navy lieutenant, has arranged with Goro, a marriage broker, to acquire a fifteen-year-old Japanese bride, Cio-Cio-San (Madama Butterfly). Pinkerton takes a 999-year lease on a home overlooking Nagasaki harbor; this lease, as well as his marriage, can conveniently be canceled on a month's notice. Sharpless, the American Consul and a friend of Pinkerton's, arrives to witness the wedding. He warns Pinkerton not to treat the marriage lightly, as his bride-to-be is truly in love with him. Though Pinkerton claims to be infatuated with Butterfly, he proposes a toast to the American woman he will one day wed. Butterfly arrives for her wedding. She tells Sharpless that her family was once wealthy, but hard times forced her to become a geisha. After she admits that her father is dead, Goro tells Pinkerton that he committed ritual suicide at the Mikado's command. Butterfly's relatives arrive, and the wedding proceeds. The festivities are interrupted as the Bonze, Butterfly's uncle and a Buddhist priest, enters to denounce her for forsaking their ancestral religion. Pinkerton angrily orders the guests to leave. He comforts the distraught Butterfly, and the newlyweds proclaim their love.
Act II Pinkerton has been gone from Nagasaki for three years. Suzuki, Butterfly's devoted maid, fears that he will not keep his promise to return; yet Butterfly confidently and patiently awaits his homecoming. Sharpless arrives to read Butterfly a letter he received from Pinkerton, who has since taken an American wife. Goro, who ushers in Prince Yamadori, a potential suitor for Butterfly, interrupts him. When Sharpless finally reads Pinkerton's letter to Butterfly, she gradually realizes that she has been abandoned. She sends for her young son, Sorrow, sure that Pinkerton will return when he learns that he has a son. Butterfly insists that she would rather die than be a geisha again. Suddenly, a cannon booms in the harbor, signaling the arrival of Pinkerton's ship. Butterfly and Suzuki decorate the house and await Pinkerton's return in an all-night vigil.
Act III Pinkerton, his wife Kate, and Sharpless arrive at Butterfly's house. They ask Suzuki to tell Butterfly that they wish to take Sorrow to live with them in America. Butterfly enters, anxiously seeking Pinkerton, but he has fled in remorse. She meets Kate, and reluctantly agrees to surrender her child if Pinkerton will come for him in half an hour. Solemnly, Butterfly prepares for death. After bidding farewell to Sorrow, she commits suicide. Pinkerton rushes into the house, only to find Butterfly dead.
All tickets $30.00
Row B-E (One Note)
Row F-O and Balcony (Two Note )
Adult $65.00 Senior/Student $ 55.00
Earlybird Pricing December 1 - March 1, 2015
$60.00 Adult two note seating
"Once upon a time, there was a little ogre named Shrek…” And thus begins the tale of an unlikely hero who finds himself on a life-changing journey alongside a wisecracking Donkey and a feisty princess who resists her rescue. Throw in a short tempered bad guy, a cookie with an attitude, and over a dozen other fairy tale misfits, and you’ve got the kind of mess that calls for a real hero. Luckily, there's one on hand...and his name is Shrek. Based on the Oscar-winning DreamWorks Animation film, Shrek The Musical is a TONY Award-winning fairy tale adventure that features an entirely Saskatoon based cast. This show is great fun for the entire family!
Adult - (Weekday) $39.00
Adult - (Friday - Sunday) $42.00
Child - (Weekday) $36.00
Child - (Friday - Sunday) $39.00