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The non-profit Theatre Network promotes challenging and, at times, controversial Canadian artists, earning myriad awards throughout its three-and-a-half decade history. Daniel MacIvor's Communion explores the lives of three women: a mother, her estranged daughter, and a therapist, each grappling with the weighty issues of mortality and spiritualism. Performances are held at the historic Roxy Theatre, originally established as a movie house in 1938 and later retrofitted to accommodate the medium of the future: theatre.
A stalwart franchise of the Canadian Football League, the Edmonton Eskimos’ proud history goes back to 1949 and includes raising up such greats as later NFL star Warren Moon. The preseason game on June 24 gives the Eskimos one last shot to master the playbook as they defend Commonwealth Stadium and their mothers’ handcrafted lunches from the Calgary Stampeders. Bronze-level seats give fans prime cheering elevation with the convenience of the coach's mobile number printed under each seat so fans may generously text in-game analysis. This season's roster hopes to regain control of the West Division and boasts returning all-stars such as interception machine Chris Thompson and guard Patrick Kabongo, all looking to boost momentum going into the regular season.
The Edmonton Capitals, an independent pro team in the new North American Baseball League, chase the North Division title with speedy sprints, awe-inspiring pitches, and backwind-generating swings. Grouponites get to cheer on the Caps from reserved grandstand seats, where they can bring along their own mitts to catch pop flies. In addition to showcasing some of baseball’s most promising talent, this season’s roster includes stars from the big leagues such as former Florida Marlins outfielder Todd Linden. Sporting a .263 average over 70 games, right fielder Tom Collaro has posted 49 RBIs and sent 12 homers to the moon via Pony Express, and former Anaheim Angels pitcher Lou Pote has fanned 90 batters over 85 innings with lightning-speed fastballs. A Thirsty Thursday promotion presented in part by Hudsons Canadian Tap House will keep throats primed for screaming with $3 beers, not included with this Groupon.
Written and performed by Daniel Arnold and Medina Hahn of DualMinds, the same forces behind the internationally acclaimed Tuesdays & Sundays, Any Night unweaves a tale that tests the thin line between trust and fear. A young woman plagued with night terrors and sleepwalking begins a romance with the man living above her, who, for unknown reasons, appears to know the woman abnormally well. Elements of romance, terror, and intrigue contribute to the overall theme of the story, creating a compound that is both compelling and capable of beating up a vampire. Any Night has received critical acclaim in Toronto and Vancouver and is now in development as a feature film.
Hudsons Canadian Tap House serves up traditional pub grub infused with a northern point of view. Appetizers challenge hunger's oppressive rule with options including yam fries ($8) and traditional or boneless chicken wings, bathed in house sauces such as Forty Creek whisky barbecue and 4th Degree ($11 for a single order, $20 for a double). The signature steak sandwich tops a flame-grilled, 7-ounce Certified Angus Beef sirloin with sweet-onion twigs, then clutches it between toasted garlic panini ($10), and the fish 'n' chips ($15) silences any lingering stomach growls by piling hulking slabs of flaky haddock atop golden fries. Though not included in today's deal, patrons can slake their thirst and muster the courage to yodel at an attractive stranger with frosty mugs of beers across Canada, ranging from Alberta's own Alley Kat Aprikat wheat ale to Quebec's St. Ambroise oatmeal stout.