Thou Art Here Theatre
- 2015 
- The Falstaff Project adapted by Andrew Ritchie
- Kill Shakespeare by Conor McCreery and Anthony Del Col 
- Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare (Remount of 2014 production)
To create site-sympathetic productions of Shakespeare’s works or adaptations of his works.
WHAT IS SITE-SYMPATHETIC? Site-sympathetic work is developed in collaboration with the space. Thou Art Here highlights found-space environments, which in turn inform our work. We strive to create an interactive relationship between the space and work, creating a brand new experience for the audience and performer.
- Immersive - To push the boundaries of interactivity and intimacy in theatre performance.
- Innovative - To create contemporary and relevant productions of Shakespeare that appeals to a young audience and challenges a conventional audience.
- Adaptive - To develop new Canadian works based of Shakespeare’s writing.
- Collective - To work and connect with an ensemble of artists from a diverse background.
From campus bars, to street corners, to a darkened bedroom, we transform the space around us into a living, breathing, in-the-moment spectacle.
Thou Art Here has produced 9 shows in venues ranging from a train station, historical house, an alleyway and the Edmonton river valley. We have performed as part of the Edmonton International Fringe Festival, the Found Festival, the Freewill Shakespeare Festival and Snow Globe Festival of Children's Theatre. 
- Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare
- Taming of the Shrew Fight Show adapted by Andrew Ritchie
- Shake the Bar adapted by Andrew Ritchie
- Shake the Fringe by Thou Art Here's artistic ensemble
- SpookSpeare adapted by Andrew Ritchie
- The Shake Down adapted by Neil Kuefler
- Shaky Love adapted by Andrew Ritchie
- A Midsummer's Lucid Dream adapted by Andrew Ritchie
- Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare
Co-Artistic Directors: Andrew Ritchie and Neil Kuefler
Artistic Associates: Tynan Boyd, Alyson Dicey, Ben Stevens, and Mark Vetsch