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On January 13, 2015 Theatre Network lost their home of The Roxy Theatre – which left a hole in the arts community and on 124 Street in Edmonton.

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The Oldest Profession

“He’s got a picture of himself on the night table, 25 years old and smiling... It makes me sad. Don’t you think young men are awfully sad?”

The Oldest Profession is a rib-tickling comedy that examines a group of proud and feisty gals who, though over the hill, refuse to accept blue hair and handouts. While still practicing their trade (among customers themselves grown doddery) these characters deal with everything from shaky finances and shaky clients to old age, dignity, independence and death. Part of Carlton Trail Theatre Exchange.

Playwright: Paula Vogel
Director: Tom Bentley-Fisher
Cast: Jane Roth Casson, Mary Glenfield, Pamela Haig, Barbara Reese, and Wendy Agnew

March 3-20, 1988, Theatre Network, Edmonton

March 24 – April 9, 1988, 25th Street Theatre, Saskatoon