Upcoming Public Shows

If these dates don't work for you - please contact us about private show options.

From June 2003 through July 2013 PEGASUS PERFORMANCES was the exclusive company chosen to perform Public Comic Mysteries at the historic Deane House restaurant. The Deane House closed August 2013 for renovations, expected to last 2 years+. Pegasus Performances continued our popular Comic Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre Public shows across the river at Fort Calgary through February 2014. Fort Calgary is now also anticipating extensive renovations. For information on private bookings, please call 403-246-4811, or  email Pegasus Performances.

Year 2015 Public Shows

March 14, (Saturday), 2015 Pegasus Performances presents a Comic Medieval show in ACME, AB. Come be Wondrous Merry! at THE MARRIAGE OF TWO MINDS ©: The Dowager Duchess is holding a celebration to attract a high born suitor for Lady Maude. However, Lady Maude falls in love with a young man with no money or title. Who will win this battle of wills? © A lot of Fun & a fabulous deal including tasty Medieval Feast & show! Let 9 Characters in Hysterical, Historical Costumes take you back to the Middle Ages for a night of mirth & merriment - perhaps even matrimony! Join in the jousting, sing a bawdy song - or just sit back & watch 2 highly trained stage fighters demonstrate their swordplay skills. For info, please call 403-246-4811 or email Pegasus Performances.

April 11, 2015 (Saturday) PEGASUS PERFORMANCES is in KEOMA, Alberta. Support a worthy cause & enjoy a home-cooked meal by the Lions Club. Watch here for further details, coming soon!

If you missed PEGASUS PERFORMANCES' show in Las Vegas, U.S.A. (Entertainment Capital Of the World!), the 'House Of Blues' Foundation Room "loved" our performance & hopes "we can do it again"!

Why are there no more Mystery shows by PEGASUS PERFORMANCES at The DEANE HOUSE after July 2013?

Deane House Restoration: The Deane House closed August 4, 2013 for extensive renovations lasting at least 24 months. Owned by the City of Calgary & currently operated by the Fort Calgary Preservation Society, the contract to operate this lovely 107 year-old House was put up for tender. Who will receive the bid, or whether they will wish to have Comic Mystery shows once reopened, is unknown.
Built in 1906, the Deane House is the only remaining NWMP building in Calgary.  Also included will be the Hunt House (located behind the Deane House) Conservation, including extensive archaeology, preservation of the original log structure & a glass roof over the house to protect it from the elements.