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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. 

Don't miss this world premiere from one of Edmonton's most exciting playwrights!

by Beth Graham
Timms Centre for the Arts
October 13-22, 2022
Preview: October 13, 2022
Opening: October 14, 2022
Matinee: October 20, 2022
No performance: Sunday October 16, 2022
Evening performances start at 7:30pm
Matinee performance starts at 12:30pm

Ticket Prices:

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 
Thursday Matinée: Adult $23, Senior $20, Student $14
1/2 Price Mondays: Adult $13.50, Senior $12, Student $7

In-Person Box Office Hours during the run of Weasel:
Monday to Friday 11am - 2pm AND 1 hour before the performance. 
In Person Box Office Hours for the remaining 2022–2023 season:
Tuesdays and Thursdays 11am - 2pm AND 1 hour before performances.

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*NEW FOR 2022-2023:

Included in your 2022-2023 subscription purchase, are two 2 drink tickets (redeemable at any Studio Theatre performance except matinees) OR 1 ticket to a UofA Music Concert.


Please select which offer to include. To see the 2022-2023 Studio Theatre Season line up click here.


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See the Play



DirectorKevin Sutley*

PlaywrightBeth Graham*

Set & Lighting Designer Robert Shannon

Costume DesignerKristen Fernandes

Sound DesignerKai Yakichuk

Intimacy Coordinator & Fight DirectorJanine Waddell*

Vocal CoachAlison Matthews

Movement CoachMinggao Zhang

Singing Coach — Kim Mattice Wanat

Stage ManagerGalen Hite

Assistant Stage Manager (Props) Patton Wei

Assistant Stage Manager (Costumes) Isabelle Martinez

Dramaturgs Kate Weiss, Ken Williams

* members of Canadian Actors’ Equity Association


Pro Actor, Cleo, Emerson Amy Bazin

Michael, Jordan, Jude Rogan Coffey

Buster, Max, Past Director Yassine Fatmi El Fassi El Fihri

4th Charlie, SM Karen Gomez

Other Pro, Nick William Gosse

Alex, 3rd Charlie, Piper Christian Krushel

Diva, Therapist Larissah Lashley

Prof, Taylor, Payton Emily Lizotte

Bubs, Benji, AD Patrick Lynn

Echo, Sydney, DJ Aaron Refugio

Charlie Mackenzie Sutton

Pox, Blaine, Famous Director Kristin Unruh

2nd Charlie, Quinn Alice Wordsworth

Finn, Ellis, Aunt Vera Katie Yoner


Technical DirectorLarry Clark 

Assistant Technical Director — Jack Thompson

​Head of WardrobeJoanna Johnston

CutterJulie Davie

​Wardrobe CrewAspen Mendoza

Head of CarpentryDarrell Cooksey

Set Builder — Barb Hagensen

Scenic Carpenter — Dylan MacKay

Properties MasterJane Kline

Properties Builder — Dree Beaudry 

Head of SoundNichole Man

Head of Lighting —  Emma Nokes

Head of Paint —  Brock Keeler

Lighting Supervisor — Jeff Osterlin, Laura Koyata

Sound Supervisor — Matt Skopyk


Studio Theatre Artistic Director David Kennedy

Interim Drama Department Chair Natalie Loveless

Stage Management Advisor John Raymond

Design AdvisorRobert Shannon

Paint Advisor Cindi Zuby


Lighting Operator — Jessica Haight

Sound Operator  Courtney Schroter

Lighting Crew Harjot Bassi, Jessica Haight, Liam Weeks, Vale de la Torre, Brad Lanceleve, Shella Apostol

Paint Crew Brad Lanceleve, Elaine Qin, Robbie Hemsworth, Melissa L' Hirondelle, Alex de Rouyan

Stage Carpenter — Jack Thompson


“Gimme Gimme” from Thoroughly Modern Millie, sung by Larissah Lashley
Piano accompaniment provided by Kim Cousineau


Production and Operations Manager Joshua C. McIntosh

Operations Manager Ha Neul Kim

Box Office CoordinatorCandice Stollery

Executive/Administrative AssistantHelen Baggaley

Production and Operations Assistant — Emily Pole

Fine Arts Information and Outreach Coordinator — Trish Agrell-Smith



*The participation of this Artist is arranged by permission of Canadian Actors' Equity Association under the provisions of the Dance-Opera-Theatre Policy

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"A dramaturg is a member of the artistic team of a theatre production who is a specialist in the transformation of a dramatic script into a meaningful living performance."

(5) Michael Mark Chemers, Ghost Light: An Introductory Handbook for Dramaturgy, Southern Illinois University Press, 2010.


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