August 21, 2019 - August 24, 2019
Hosted by Edmonton International Fringe Theatre Festival
7128 Ada Blvd NW, Edmonton, AB, Canada
August 21 at 2 PM
August 24 at 2 PM
1917. France. Three Canadian nurses meet overseas to serve their beloved country in the devastation of The Great War. A moving, poetic tribute to the women who helped forge a nation on the battlefields of Europe.
Relaxed performance. Wheelchair accessible venue. Accessible entrance to the Hole Academic building is through the designated reserved parking in the adjacent lot and accessed by an elevator to the second floor. From there, washrooms, box office and Huehn Theatre seating are all wheelchair accessible. Main entrance to the venue is through the main doors of the Hole Academic building. Route from parking lot to Huehn Theatre Auditorium will be well-signed and staffed with a front of house volunteer to assist patrons. Fixed level seating in venue. Theatre seats accessed through automatic wheelchair accessible door which leads through stage right to auditorium seating. All stairs and curbs have elevators and ramps. Accessible washrooms and wheelchair accessible stall available for audience use. Wheelchair accessible stall has grab bar and door opens out away from the toilet. Reserved accessible parking available. Transit accessible and closest transit stop: Stop#1197 – 112 Ave at 73 St NW. Service animals welcome.