Playography 2018-02-23T14:37:22+00:00

Northern Sabbatical Productions. 

Playography.

Family drama is on tap as the town gathers to witness Tina break ground for her new business. But a microbrewery doesn’t fit into the plans of Tina’s 104 year old grandmother who invokes her status as former President of the Women’s Christian Temperance Union and unearths some long held family secrets. The laughs flow and the surprises come to a head in this little piece.

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Linda’s show Trail and Error that showed at the 2016 Edmonton Fringe. It’s about her adventures on the Chilkoot Trail and is kind of like “Wild” but without the sex and drugs.

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The story of Alberta’s own “Bomb Girls” comes to life. In WW2, women became mechanics at Air Training Schools all over Canada. Ethel Wood chases dreams of being a pilot while finding friendship and romance in this (almost) all true story.

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All the way from chilly Canada comes a hot romantic comedy about the joys of “self discovery”, voyeurism, and the 8track tape. Spring Alibi is set in the North, a place where spring fever erupts with an undeniable force.

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Having received word that a vicious local critic is coming to review them, the staff of the Locovore restaurant desperately try to put aside their own personal conflicts and differing agendas to survive the inspection. LOCOVORE is a classic farce in which the local food movement, the restaurant industry, and the essence of literary criticism get tossed into an industrial fan of broad comedy.

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Interweaves the lives of four eighty-somethings in an assisted living facility, shared over a series of weekly cribbage games.

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4 guys x 20 football seasons = 80 years of bonding, rituals, and winning. Subtract 1 guy, add a lovely stranger, and risk breaking the streak.

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Four women use their weekly breakfast gathering as the anchor to friendship and saner times. When the sanctity of their Friday foursome is threatened, they and their waiter kick into high gear to rediscover and hold onto what is precious.

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A comedy for a younger crowd. This is a play about imagination, friendship, and understanding (and lice).

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The SOD is a secret society of people who may or may not have died. Their task? To help public figures tired of it all to disappear, usually through a fake death.

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