Drama Productions

Current Production: Stay Tuned for the 2021-22 Season

Drama Company

The King's Players is the official drama company of The King's University. Founded in 1995, The King's Players puts on a wide variety of public productions and is open to interested students and community members. The troupe utilizes the campus drama facility which includes a stage and prop workshop, costume room, production studio, and soft seat theatre.

Consider auditioning or volunteering for an upcoming drama production. Email drama@kingsu.ca for more information. Interested in taking drama courses at King's for credit? Apply today.

Past Productions

Audition Notice

Posted on: Oct 27, 2021

Play with the King's Players!Auditions - Thursday November 18, 2021 at 7:00 pm in N102 (Theatre)Play - An evening of 2 one act plays to be performed at the end of MarchRehearsals - Thursday and Sunday…

Opening Night

Opening Night

Posted on: Feb 17, 2020

Norm Foster (1949-) is considered one of the greatest Canadian playwrights of all time. He has been the most produced playwright in Canada every year for the past twenty years.Opening Night follows…

The Great Divorce

The Great Divorce

Posted on: Nov 19, 2018

The Great Divorce is an allegory on heaven and hell by C. S. Lewis of The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe and Screwtape Letters fame. Ghostly characters travel on magic bus from their dismal grey…

Freud's Last Session

Freud's Last Session

Posted on: Jan 24, 2018

Freud’s Last Session by Mark St. Germain was one of the Edmonton Fringe Festival's hottest tickets. In this play, C.S. Lewis makes a passionate defence of his faith to psychoanalyst and atheist Sigmund…



Posted on: Nov 16, 2017

The Fall drama production is Tartuffe by Moliere, to be directed by Aaron Krogman.  Tartuffe is an old French play (written in 1664) but its wit and insight are timeless.  Orgon's household is thrown…

The Diary of Anne Frank

Posted on: Dec 01, 2016

By Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett. 13-year-old Anne Frank, hiding in an Amsterdam attic with her family and a few of their friends during the Nazi occupation and persecution of the Jews, kept a diary…


Posted on: Nov 01, 2015

By Josh MacDonald, directed by Michael Peng. When an image of Jesus appears on the side of a Tim Horton's restaurant in Nately, Nova Scotia, the town is thrown into upheaval as it becomes a pilgrimage…

The Laramie Project

Posted on: Nov 22, 2014

By Moises Kaufman and The Tectonic Theatre Project, directed by Michael Peng. When a gay university student becomes the victim of a shocking hate crime, world attention is riveted on the town of Laramie,…

Lady Windermere's Fan

Posted on: Nov 01, 2013

By Oscar Wilde, directed by Michael Peng. When Lady Windermere discovers her husband has been writing large secret checks to a woman with a shady past, she believes the worst. The play explores the difference…

The Other Side of the Pole

Posted on: Nov 01, 2012

By Stephen and Marnie Heatley with music by Ed Connell, directed by Daniel vanHeyst. Christmas has been banned in Split Hoof, Alberta. But when a mysterious stranger visits the little town in search of…

Something in the Wind

Posted on: Mar 01, 2012

By Raymond Storey, Directed by Michael Peng. Something in the Wind tells the dramatic story of three generations of the McIsaac family farming next to a sour glass plant near Pincher Creek. 

Dr. Barnardo's Pioneers

Posted on: Nov 01, 2011

By Rick McNair, directed by Daniel vanHeyst. Through the experience of three kids, the play tells the story about the history of forced emigration from The British Isles of some of its most vulnerable…

7 Stories

Posted on: Mar 01, 2011

By Morris Panych, directed by Michael Peng. A man alone on a ledge high above a city street searches for reasons not to jump as the occupants of seven apartments in the building interrogate, pester, or…