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death, mysteries, new bonds . . .
should've
a play about ethics in science and art
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Should’ve new play development project Rehearsal, Production, and North America Premiere

Performances:

March 04 - March 08, 08: University of British Columbia Department of Film, Theatre, and Creative Writing in collaboration with UBC Chemistry,  presents Should’ve in The Frederick Wood Theatre in celebration of the re-opening of the renovated heritage Chemistry Building and kicks off UBC's Celebrate Research Week. http://www.theatre.ubc.ca/season.shtml#shouldve

Saturday Sept. 22, 8pm: Should Have Theatre presents a holdover performance in The Second Playing Space, Timms Center for the Arts, The University of Alberta Department of Drama, corner of 87 Ave. and 112 Street, Edmonton.  All tickets $10, to reserve visit the King’s University College campus bookstore 9am-5pm M-F or phone 780-465-8306.  Tickets also at the door 7-8pm, cash only.

Fri. Sept 22, 2007, 1:30pm: The Second Playing Space, Timms Center for the Arts, The University of Alberta Department of Drama, corner of 87 Ave. and 112 Street, Edmonton.  Advance booking student groups of 10 or more, $8 per person, single tickets $10. To reserve tickets visit the King’s University College campus bookstore 9125 50th street 9am-5pm M-F or phone 780-465-8306.  Tickets also at the door 12:30-1:30pm, cash only. (show running time 75 minutes)

Friday Sept. 21, 2007, 8pm:  North American public premiere of Should’ve, presented by Edmonton Cultural Capital Program as part of Word! Symposium: talk, poetry, and performance (Sept 21-22). This performance is for Word! Symposium registrants only, and invited guests.  This single performance, at The Timms Centre for the Arts on The University of Alberta campus, will be followed by a  reception with Should’ve playwright, Roald Hoffmann present  To register for Word! Symposium call TIX on the Square 420-1757.  For more information go to www.edmontonculturalcapital.com and follow the links.  Also check out Word! Symposium and Should’ve information at www.edmontonpoetryfestival.com

Sept. 19 and Sept. 20 2007, 10:45am: Edmonton, Alberta: Interdisciplinary Studies Conference Wonder, Heartbreak, Hope: Responding to the Mighty Acts of God. Should’ve student matinee performances in N102, The King’s University College, 9125 50th Street, Edmonton AB. For tickets visit the campus bookstore 9am-5pm M-F or phone 780-465-8306

August 5, 07:  Torino, Italy: world premiere performance in the 2000-seat Lingotto Concert Hall, opening session of IUPAC 2007, World Congress of the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry.

July 29, 07 (Sunday 2 PM) preview Should’ve at The King’s University College for an invited Edmonton audience

July 13-July 29, 07:  Fulltime rehearsals at The King’s University College production studio.

To bring Should've to your theater, campus or event contact daniel.vanheyst@kingsu.ca