Who are we to think we can conquer flight?
A landing gone wrong kills everyone on board. Two transport planes collide mid-air. An airplane vanishes mid-flight. A man-hunt mercy mission ends in tragedy. An abandoned crew left for dead succumbs the unthinkable to survive.
Edmonton’s only live action horror show inspired by true history possesses the Blatchford Field Air Hangar at Fort Edmonton Park. Forget what you know: the 11th Annual Dead Centre of Town presents its most immersive, horrifying experience yet.
Dead Centre of Town XI
by Catch the Keys Productions
Edmonton’s only live action horror show inspired by true history
7:30pm and 9:30pm nightly, no shows on Mondays
at the Blatchford Field Air Hangar at Fort Edmonton Park
TICKETS NOW ON SALE!
Dead Centre of Town digs up and dances with the dusty bones of Edmonton’s long-forgotten past, blending experiential theatre with factual history and urban lore. Each year, a new location, a new script, and new scares.
18A: Suitable for viewing by persons 18 years of age or older. Performances contain violence, gore, coarse language, the supernatural, and unsettling themes and are intended. WARNING: Dead Centre of Town ain’t for the faint of heart. You may be touched, sniffed, moved, left alone in the dark, placed in the splash zone, and intentionally separated from your friends.
Featuring: Colin Matty, Adam Keefe, Christine Lesiak, Morgan Smith, Elisa Benzer, Louise Casemore, Bobbi Goddard, William Mitchell, Rebecca Sadowski, Mat Simpson, Jake Tkaczyk, and Morgan Yamada
Written by Megan Dart
Directed by Beth Dart
Assistant Director: Barry Balinsky
Technical Director: Chris Dela Cruz
Sound Designer: Michal Caron
Assistant Sound Designer: Kiidra Duhault
Production Designers: John Evans and Kat Evans
Assistant Production Designer: Madi Blondal
Impossible Machine Wizard/Production Engineer: Ian Walker
Stage Manager: Kerry Johnson
Assistant Stage Manager: Millie Wizinowich
This is a Canadian Actors’ Equity Association production under the Artists’ Collective Policy.
This production is made possible by the generous support of the Edmonton Arts Council.