The DCoT Collective with Catch the Keys Productions presents
Dead Centre of Town XIII
October 13 – 30
at the Capitol Theatre in Fort Edmonton Park
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Two ticket options:
Dead Centre of Town + DARK
Dead Centre of Town Only
The Capitol Theatre has been standing dark for some time. Dark, but not empty. Only a ghost light left burning bright. Because every good theatre has ghosts…
Edmonton’s only live action thriller inspired by true history possesses the Capitol Theatre for an intimate and immersive theatrical retelling of some of Edmonton’s long-lost supernatural secrets. Secrets that can’t stay backstage forever.
Dead Centre of Town is NOT a haunted house, but it will haunt you long after you leave the Park. Rated 14A for instances of violence, gore, supernaturality, coarse language, and unsettling themes.
This is a Canadian Actors’ Equity Association production under the Artists’ Collective Policy.
Dayna Lea Hoffman
Written by Megan Dart
Directed by Beth Dart
Sound Design by Michael Caron
Costumes & Special Effects by The October People
Production Manager & Lighting Design Kat Evans
Special Effects & Props by John Evans
Impossible Machine Wizard Ian Walker
Stage Manager Kade Mazury
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Content & Performance Advisories
For information regarding content and performance advisories, please click here (NOTE: this page includes spoilers!).
Dead Centre of Town is a beast bigger than us and is only possible thanks to the wicked community of creative ghosts and gremlins who support us year round. Our thanks, gratitude, boos, and scares to: Fringe Theatre, Chris Kavanagh, Selina Painchaud, Simon Wicks, Tessa Stamp, Fort Edmonton Park, Erin Birkenbergs, Teresa Ryan, Ainsley Hillyard, Sandra Olarte, Nico Van der Kley, Matt Schuurman, Mary & Tim Schuurman, Dead Centre of Town alumni, the ghosts of Edmonton past, and YOU, our audience, for joining us in the Park after Dark every October for 13 years and counting.
Want to get to know the boo-tiful brains behind this wild work? Click here to read more about the DCoT Collective.