Latest Catalyst Theatre Updates

Confluence 2022/23

on Friday, 10 June 2022.


Our 2022/23 Fellow Will be Announced Soon!  CONFLUENCE – A CREATIVE FELLOWSHIP     OVERVIEW Catalyst Theatre is pleased to announce the third cycle of CONFLUENCE – a creative fellowship for an IBPOC artist based in Edmonton or surrounding areas.The fellowship offers money, space and time as well as the opportunity to be in an […]

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The Invisible – Stir Review (Vancouver)

on Friday, 10 June 2022.

Theatre review: The Invisible: Agents of Ungentlemanly Warfare proves fiercely inspiring

Soundtrack Fundraiser!

on Friday, 22 April 2022.

For Immediate Release

We’re making soundtracks for Vigilante and The Invisible!

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Meet a BIPOC Creator – Sokhana Mfenyana

on Friday, 18 February 2022.

A Post by Confluence Artist, Berend McKenzie

Next up in the Meet a BIPCO Creator series, Berend chats with South African singer, actor, mover and performance educator, Sokhana Mfenyana.   Born and raised in South Africa, Sokhana has always had a passion and knack for the performing arts. Starting off in the Helen O’Grady Drama Academy and is currently in the graduating class […]

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Someone On Your Side

on Monday, 14 February 2022.

Liz Nicholls chats with Berend McKenzie

“This is about visibility!” declares Berend McKenzie with the kind of go-for-the-gusto velocity that makes time fly when you talk to them. “This is about opportunity! This is about being in the room where it happens!” they say quoting a musical (Hamilton) they admire without actually liking. You’ll have to imagine the way the italics roll out….  McKenzie […]

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It’s been a long time coming but soundtracks for our smash-hit shows: The Invisible and Vigilante.




The Invisible In Concert

April 22 & 23, 2022

Don’t miss your chance to see Catalyst Theatre’s smash hit, The Invisible – Agents of Ungentlemanly Warfare, in concert.

Live April 22 & 23
Streaming only April 23


Here There Be Night

Past Event

A Walk at Night: Your cell phone, 8 stories, 8 locations.⁠

We are honoured to be included in Workshop West Playwright Theatre’s Here There Be Night, an intimate theatrical adventure about possibilities hidden all around us and finding treasure in unexpected places.