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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.

Now, Theatre Network is working to bring a New Roxy Theatre back where it belongs.

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Elephant Shoes

"I have a good job. Good home. Good friends…. Life. Is. Good. Which is why I feel guilty. Which doesn’t make any sense."

The play gets a fine premiere production from TN's Stephen Heatley.

Edmonton Journal

Bill is not a conventional hero. He washes dishes in the south side bus depot, he lives in a single room without a phone, and he can neither read nor write. Erin is upright, uptight, upwardly mobile and riddled with liberal guilt. They meet as tutor and student, but what evolves is a relationship filled with great caring, great respect and new found respect for themselves. Presented in repertory with Waves. (1990 Repertory Festival).

Playwright: Ian Ferguson
Director: Stephen Heatley
Cast: Patricia Darbasie, Bonnie Green, Jeff Haslam and John Wright Set and Lighting Designer: Daniel van Heyst Costume Designer: Leona Brausen Assistant Stage Manger: Sherry Bailey