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What’s On (Calgary): Artstrek 2016 Instructor Directs World Premiere – Backstage Theatre

Simon MallettClosing Weekend for the Simon Mallet Directed World Premiere of Matthew MacKenzie’s Benefit!

Simon Mallet, Founder and Artistic Director of Downstage Theatre, directed Benefit, which is playing at the Motel Theatre in Calgary for its final weekend.

Benefit by Matthew MacKenzie

April 13 TO 30, 2016

Downstage | Calgary, AB

A gala fundraiser. An explosive secret. Everything at stake. What would you sacrifice for the greater good?

An Albertan charitable foundation that supports young girls’ education around the world is holding a glittering gala in the Rockies. At the centre of the event is Srey, a beneficiary of the Foundation’s work and their official spokesperson since she immigrated from Cambodia years before.

Her husband Greg sits in the dark in a room off the main hall, having discovered traces of an explosive secret that threatens to destroy both their relationship and the future of the thousands of girls who benefit from the Foundation’s work.

Volunteer Opportunity (Alberta): Six Regional Board Members – Alberta Foundation for the Arts


AFA Recruiting Board Members from Edmonton, Calgary, Red Deer, and Medicine Hat Regions.

Ministry: Alberta Culture and Tourism

Deadline to Submit: May 9, 2016.

Role: The Alberta Foundation for the Arts (AFA) is the Government of Alberta’s arts funding agency and is currently accepting applications to fill six vacancies, including the Chair, on the Board of Directors from the following regions: EdmontonCalgary, Red Deer, and Medicine Hat.

The Alberta Foundation for the Arts was established in 1991 as a crown agency of the Government of Alberta. The purposes of the Foundation, as stipulated in the Alberta Foundation for the Arts Act are to:

  • Support and contribute to the development of, and to promote, the arts in Alberta;
  • Provide persons and organizations with the opportunity to participate in the arts in Alberta;
  • Foster and promote the enjoyment of works of art by Alberta artists;
  • Collect, preserve and display works of art by Alberta artists; and
  • Encourage artists resident in Alberta in their work. 

The AFA Board is responsible for policy and funding decisions in support of Alberta artists and arts organizations. The Board oversees AFA programming and operations that implement the AFA Strategic Plan. This includes the review and approval of all grants, awards and the acquisition art for the AFA Collection.

Responsibilities of a Director (Board Member) include:

  • Developing a Strategic Plan for the Foundation and reviewing it on an annual basis;
  • Conducting an annual evaluation and review of the performance of the Foundation, Standing Committees, the Foundation Chair and individual directors of the Foundation;
  • Serving on Committees of the Board as designated by the Chair including the Finance and Strategy Committee, Grants Committee, Art Collection Committee and Research and Communication Committee;
  • Managing its expenditures within its estimated revenues; and
  • Complying with the government’s financial, administrative and internal control policies.

To achieve its mission, the Foundation has adopted three strategic goals each with detailed annual action plans, outcomes and measurements to guide implementation:

  • Provide Albertans with resources and opportunities to develop, appreciate and participate in the arts;
  • Strengthen Albertans’ value of the arts as an expression of their culture; and
  • Ensure the AFA art collection is well known to Albertans and recognized nationally and internationally for leadership in championing Alberta’s artists and providing access to Alberta’s most significant artworks.

The Minister and the Agency are seeking a Chair and Directors who are fully informed on matters related to the mandate and participate in the board’s deliberations and decisions in matters of policy, finance and programs.

Duties for AFA Board Directors include the following:

  • Approve, where appropriate, policy and other recommendations received from the board, its standing committees, and senior staff;
  • Hear and make decisions on all policy-based grant issues;
  • Be familiar with and understand all board policies;
  • Review the board’s structure, bylaws and policy manual, and recommend changes where necessary;
  • Participate in the regular review of the AFA’s Strategic Plan;
  • Develop and approve the AFA budget;
  • Support and participate in an evaluation of his/her effectiveness as a board director and semi-annually complete a board director self-evaluation;
  • Participate in an annual Board Assessment survey;
  • Assist in developing and maintaining positive and productive relations among the board, committees and community to enhance the mandate of the AFA;
  • Promote the work of the AFA informally in his/her community and at arts events and relay community feedback about arts funding to the Board; and,
  • Follow board policy at all times when in contact with the community and staff, including the board’s code of conduct and ethics disclosing any real or perceived conflicts of interest.

The Chair’s additional specific duties and responsibilities include the following:

  • Calls and presides at all meetings of the Board or arranges for Vice- chair to fill that role if necessary;
  • Is an ex-officio member of all committees;
  • Establish committees and appoint Board Directors to such committees;
  • Act as the principal interface with the Executive Director to ensure the department is aware of all Board matters;
  • Ensure that policy strategy, plans and activities are appropriately represented to the Board and other stakeholders;
  • Ensure that the Board has full governance of Board business and affairs and that the Board is alert to its obligations to stakeholders the department and government;
  • Provide strong leadership of the Board; leads the Board in reviewing and monitoring the goals, strategy, policy and directions of the Board and the achievement of its objectives;
  • Ensure that the Board fulfills all the activities and obligations set out in the Board Mandate and Roles; and
  • Primary contact between the Board and the Minister.

Applicants should have a background of involvement in, or passion for, the arts. Additionally applicants should be able to demonstrate strategic thinking, accountability and be able to conduct board business with integrity. Experience in communications, marketing or promotion, financial experience or professional designation, and a demonstrated interest and ability to gain working knowledge of GoA and Ministry business plans, policies, and procedures are all considered to be assets. The Chair and all Board Directors must be able to effectively utilize internal and external resources to achieve organizational goals. In order to increase the diversity of the board, applicants from a multicultural or Indigenous background are encouraged to apply.

Appointment of each AFA Board Director is typically for a fixed term of one to two years. Individuals who are Alberta residents may apply for appointment to the AFA Board. Applicants are expected to provide complete resumes including the names of three references.

How to Apply: Carefully read the Recruitment Posting and the Director Profile to ensure this is an appropriate opportunity for you. Applicants are advised to provide information that clearly and concisely demonstrates how their qualifications meet the advertised requirements and must include the names of three references.

Note: As only one file can be uploaded, please ensure your cover letter, resume and any other related documents are submitted in one file. Please ensure that this document is saved using the naming convention of your last then first name (Smith,Joe_Resume). Applicants who apply online will be able to track the status of this competition.

For more information, please contact Carrie Weinrich, Alberta Culture and Tourism, 7th floor Standard Life Centre 10405 Jasper Avenue, Edmonton, AB, T5J 4R7. Email carrie.weinrich@gov.ab.ca; Telephone: (780) 644-8736; Fax: (780) 422-3142.

Closing Statement: We thank all applicants for their interest. All applications will be reviewed to assess which candidates’ qualifications most closely match the agency’s requirements. Only those selected for interviews will be contacted to advance to the next step in the appointment process. All potential board directors will be screened for potential conflicts of interest.

Workshop (Sherwood Park): Grant Writing for the Arts – Arts & Culture Council of Strathcona County

Arts & Culture Council of Strathcona CountyThe Arts and Culture Council of Strathcona County (ACCSC) Hosting One-day Grant Writing Workshop.

Learn about provincial and federal funding for the arts, including how and where to apply for project-based and individual funding (i.e. travel grants, professional development, artists residencies, etc.).

The workshop will be run by former Strathcona County resident, Jenna Rodgers. Jenna is a mixed-race Director and Dramaturg, now based in Calgary. She is the Artistic Director of Chromatic Theatre – a company dedicated to producing and developing work by and for diverse artists. She is also the Associate Dramaturg at the Playwright’s Colony at the Banff Centre for the Arts. Jenna holds a MA in International Performance Research from the universities of Amsterdam and Tampere. Jenna has received grants at the municipal, provincial and federal levels for a variety of projects.

Date:  Saturday, May 14, 2016.
Time:  9:00 am to 4:00 pm.
Location:  County Hall, Conference Room 1.
Cost:  Free for Members, $25 for Non-Members.

Register online here.

Job (Edmonton): Summer Student Festival Coordinator (Edmonton Fringe) – Fringe Theatre Adventures

Fringe Theatre AdventuresAre you in-between semesters at university and interested in fringing?

Fringe Theatre Adventures (FTA) is looking for a summer student who is passionate about the Edmonton International Fringe Theatre Festival and is looking to gain experience in project management.

Do any of these describe you? Team player, creative, strategic, personable, dedicated, detail-oriented, responsible, disciplined, organized, enthusiastic, planner, dependable…

If so, consider applying to join our summer team!

Position Responsibilities Include:

  • Program Guide Coordination: Manage the logistics between sponsors, artists, volunteers, marketing, communications and fund development to develop the Festival Program Guide.
  • Special Event Logistics: Help plan and execute promotional and special cultivation events throughout the festival.
  • Festival Support: Provide support in executing festival related communications, marketing, and media relations needs.

Position Requirements: We will only consider candidates who are:

  • Enrolled in post-secondary education (e.g. college) – you must not have graduated yet.
  • Available to work full time throughout the summer.
  • Able to work occasional evenings/weekends.

To apply send us your…

  • Cover Letter: Tell us why you want to join our team and why you’d be a good fit – highlighting any projects or events you’ve coordinated in the past.
  • Resume: Share your experience with us. 

Position pays $14/hr for a maximum of 40 hrs a week. Applications accepted until Tuesday, May 10. Candidates should email their application materials to Bobbie O’Connor at bobbie.oconnor@fringetheatre.ca.

Classes (Lac La Biche): Spring/Summer Acting Classes 2016 – The Actor’s Address

The Actor's AddressProfessional Acting Classes for Beginners, Professionals, and Actors at Heart!

IMPROV FOR TEENS: Gr. 9-12 | Cost: $182
MONDAYS: May 16 – June 27, 4:00-6:00PM

An open level class where there will be a whole lot of laughs! Actors will learn the basics of improv through games and exercises. This class will encourage actors to use their imagination, trust their gut, and work as a team onstage and off. So whether you’re looking to get out of your comfort zone, boost your confidence, or work on skills that you already have, this class is for you!

Location: TBA, Lac La Biche, AB
Final performance Sunday, July 3rd. Performance is optional.
(Class cancelled Monday, May 23rd. The class will be rescheduled for later that week.)

SCENE STUDY FOR TEENS: Gr. 9-12 | Cost: $210
MONDAYS: May 16 – June 27, 6:30-8:30PM

Do you have an interest in theatre? Are you looking to take your acting to the next level? This class will give teens the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of acting and apply their skills to a final scene. Actors will also be introduced to the world-renowned Meisner Acting Technique which teaches them to actively listen, trust and follow their impulses, and focus on their scene partner.

Location: TBA, Lac La Biche, AB
Final performance Sunday, July 3rd.
(Class cancelled Monday, May 23rd. The class will be rescheduled for later that week.)

YOUTH IMPROV: Gr. 5-8 | Cost: $136.50
TUESDAYS: May 17 – June 28, 4:00-5:30PM

An open level class where kids will be encouraged to break out of their shell and engage with others through improv games and exercises. Kids will learn how to use their imagination, listen to others, and accept offers all at the same time! This class is excellent for kids who love the theatre, love working with others, or are looking to dive into something new.

Location: TBA, Lac La Biche, AB
Final performance Sunday, July 3rd. Performance is optional.
(Class cancelled Tuesday, May 24th. The class will be rescheduled for later that week.)

ADULT IMPROV: 18+ | Cost: $182
WEDNESDAYS: May 18 – June 29, 4:00-6:00PM

An open level class where there will be a whole lot of laughs! Actors will learn the basics of improv through games and exercises. This class will encourage adults to use their imagination, trust their gut, and work as a team onstage and off. So whether you’re looking to get out of your comfort zone, boost your confidence, or work on skills that you already have, this class is for you!

Location: TBA, Lac La Biche, AB
Final performance Sunday, July 3rd. Performance is optional.
(Class cancelled Wednesday, May 25th. The class will be rescheduled for later that week.)

ADULT SCENE STUDY: 18+ | Cost: $262.50
WEDNESDAYS: May 18 – June 29, 6:30-9:00PM

Do you have an interest in theatre? Are you looking to take your acting to the next level? This class will give adults the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of acting and apply their skills to a final scene. Actors will also be introduced to the world-renowned Meisner Acting Technique which teaches them to actively listen, trust and follow their impulses, and focus on their scene partner.

Location: TB,A Lac La Biche, AB
Final performance Sunday, July 3rd.
(Class cancelled Wednesday, May 25th. The class will be rescheduled for later that week.)

Deadline to register: Thursday, May 12, 2016.

Contact: Lauren Hanna at theactorsaddress@gmail.com.

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Volunteer (Calgary): Actors for new radio drama series – CJSW

Calgary Radio TheatreCJSW 90.9FM is getting a new dramatic anthology series this fall!

Entitled “Darkside Drive,” it is a 12 episode series of original material written by bestselling author Don Roff and produced by CJSW production volunteer Justin Guild.

The motivation behind “Darkside Drive” is to bring diversity to the spoken word programming at CJSW, while featuring local talent and promoting theatre in Calgary nationwide. Being an anthology series, it will feature an entirely new cast and situation in each episode to provide the audience with the widest possible range of local talent. Each episode (save one 2-hour holiday special episode) will be 30 minutes in length and produced at CJSW studios, Univeristy of Calgary. The show will be broadcast over air, in syndication nationwide, and published online.

Production will take place May, June, July, and August, a total of three shows a month. The first week of each month is audition week for the three programs produced in that month. When “Darkside Drive” goes on the air in Calgary this fall, each performer in addition to on-air credit will receive an on-air plug for current or upcoming performances they are participating in at the time of broadcast and a headshot for the accompanying episode page on the show website, not to mention having a national stage on which to perform.

May auditions will commence May 1st through 5th for final production dates of May 11, 18, and 24. One initial rehearsal session day, plus a technical rehearsal the day before production will be standard practice. Scheduling will be flexible when necessary. There are:

  • No lines to memorize.
  • No costumes.
  • No sets

Deadline to submit is: May 4, 2016.

Auditions will take place at CJSW production and can be made by contacting:

Justin Guild
(587) 225-1662

Auditions (Edmonton): Teen Actors for Squealy Moo Hoot ‘N Holler Hullabaloo (Edmonton Fringe) – Kompany Family Theatre

Kompany Family TheatreKompany Family Theatre is casting six young actors 15 years and over to work with professional actors as we create and perform our production for very young audiences: 

A Squealy Moo Hoot ‘N Holler Hullabaloo

The summer tour of A Squealy Moo Hoot ‘N Holler Hullabaloo includes performances in and around Edmonton at daycares, libraries, community events, festivals and at the Edmonton International Fringe Festival

This is Kompany’s 7th year of our highly successful Teen Actor Mentorship Programme. Teens in the past have enjoyed working alongside professional actors & directors learning the craft of creating and performing interactive theatre for very young audiences and families. Past productions have included: The Pumpkin Patch Harvest Mystery, Monsters Under the Bed, Zero to Hero, The Wild Beastie AdventureA Camp Squealy-Moo Dinosaur Partyand Fairly Scary Fairy Tales.

Interested Teens must be available for both the:

***Workshop-style Audition*** on Sunday, May 15 (2 to 5 p.m.) and 

***Creation Workshop/Preview Performances*** (tuition $150.00) from Thursday, June 30 to Sunday, July 10 (specific dates & times TBD).

Following the initial creation/rehearsal camp, performance commitments are very flexible and depend upon teen’s availability. Teens are paid an honorarium of $25.00 per performance (which can be applied to the workshop tuition!) and can expect to perform between 20 to 30 shows over the summer depending upon their availability.

To book your audition spot or for more information, email Production Assistant Erin Albert (erin@kompanyfamilytheatre.com). 

Deadline to submit is May 13, 2016.

More information can be found at: www.kompanyfamilytheatre.com.

Call for Submissions (Alberta): Artstrek 2016 Rural Outreach Bursary

AT Brochure TitleKaren Cork is pleased to once again offer bursary support to teens who live outside urban centres to attend Theatre Alberta’s ArtstrekThe Rural Outreach Bursary

The bursary is specifically for teens in smaller communities or in rural Alberta, where there are fewer opportunities for teens interested in theatre and drama to explore their craft. To be eligible, you must live 80km or more outside of Edmonton or Calgary. There are three $300 bursaries available to be awarded to teens attending Artstrek 2016.

To apply please apply directly to Karen Cork by email at mrsndiamond@gmail.com and include a letter detailing:

    • Where you live
    • Why you want to attend Artstrek
    • Difficulties in accessing theatre learning opportunities for teens in your community (e.g. my school doesn’t offer a drama program, there is no community theatre or youth theatre programs where I live, etc.)

Deadline to apply: June 8, 2016. 

Theatre Alberta recommends applying to attend Artstrek before the bursary deadline to ensure they are placed in the Exploration of their choice. You can indicate that you have applied for the bursary in your online application under the Community Sponsorship section. Students applying for the bursary may also apply for Theatre Alberta Artstrek Scholarships to further offset the cost of attending if they are financial need. (Click here for more information about Theatre Alberta Artstrek Scholarships.) 

What’s On (Taber): 3 One-Act Plays – Taber Players

Tabor Players - Three One Act Plays

3 One-Act Plays previews April 28 at the Taber Legion Hall!

Two fools Who Gained a Measure of Wisdom by Tim Kelly
Black Comedy by Peter Shaffer
Here Comes The Bride… And There Goes The Groom by Billy St. John

Preview: Thursday, April 28

Opening: Friday, April 29

Runs Until: May 14, 2016

Tickets available at: The Shoe Gallery Plus, 5326 48 Avenue, Taber, AB

Phone: 403-223-3355

Taber Players

Cast of “Black Comedy”
Photo credit: Trevor Busch, Taber Times/Vauxhall Advance

Taber Players

Cast of “Here Comes The Bride… There Goes the Groom”
Photo credit: Trevor Busch, Taber Times/Vauxhall Advance

Taber Players

Cast of “Two Fools”
Photo credit: Trevor Busch, Taber Times/Vauxhall Advance

News (Edmonton): Winners Announced – PACE & Mayor’s Celebration of the Arts

PACE“The Mayor’s Celebration of the Arts showcases Edmonton’s vibrant arts and culture industry by bringing together artists, the business community, media and arts appreciators to honour the valuable contributions Edmonton artists and arts champions make to the city.”

Members of the theatre community receiving honours on April 21 were:

ATB Financial Ambassador of the Arts Award: Catalyst Theatre

Qualico Artistic Leadership Award: Christine Sokaymoh Frederick, artistic director Alberta Aboriginal Performing Arts, CEO Dreamspeakers Film Festival

Emerging Artist Award: Ben Gorodetsky, improviser, actor, playwright, director, associate artistic director Rapid Fire Theatre.

For a complete list of award recipients, please click here.

Auditions (Calgary): General – Lunchbox Theatre

lunchbox-logoAudition Days: May 19 & 20.
Deadline to submit: May 9, 2016.
Email applications to: Samantha MacDonald at samantha.macdonald@lunchboxtheatre.com

Phone: 403.265.4292
Website: lunchboxtheatre.com

Additional information: Please come prepared with a single contemporary monologue of 2 minutes or less. Artists who are known to Mr. Bellamy and Ms. MacDonald, or who have worked at Lunchbox in the last two seasons need not apply.

Lunchbox Theatre encourages submissions from artists of all ethnicities and cultural backgrounds.

Equity members will be seen first at all open audition calls. Equity members cast in this production will be engaged under an Equity form of contract. CAEA members: please bring your membership card to the audition.

Summer Camp (Edmonton): Auditions for Young Actors / Singers (Edmonton Fringe) – Dramatic Learning

Fringe Summer Camp for young Actors/Singers: Your chance to act in the Fringe Theatre Festival!

Dramatic LearningYoung actors/singers aged 8-15 are invited to audition for a summer musical theatre camp, which will culminate in a series of performances at Edmonton’s 2016 Fringe Theatre Festival. Dramatic Learning is a company providing drama and musical theatre residencies to schools throughout Alberta. Instructors Alyson Connolly and Elaine Dunbar have years of teaching experience with actors/singers.

The musical is Hairy Tale Rock by Charlie Lovett and Bill Francoeur.

Two week rehearsal period:

  • Week 1, Tuesday, August 2 – Friday, August 5.
  • Week 2, Tuesday, August 8 – Friday, August 12.
  • Rehearsals will run 10am – 4pm.

The Fringe runs August 12 – 21. Exact dates of performance TBA. (Actors need to be available August 12 – 21.)

Cost: $485

Auditions: May 28 & 29.

  • Please prepare a short, memorized spoken piece (a poem or monologue) and a song which you will sing unaccompanied. Please no recorded accompaniment.

For more information and to request an audition, please contact Alyson Connolly at alyson@alysonconnolly.com or call 780-297-0778.

Space (Calgary): Seeking Submissions for Motel Theatre – Downstage Theatre

Downstage TheatreAccepting Programming Submissions for Motel Theatre!

Downstage is now seeking submissions for programming the 2016-2017 season in Motel Theatre, a flexible 50-seat black-box performance venue located at Arts Commons, (formerly EPCOR CENTRE for the Performing Arts) 205 8th Avenue S.E. Emerging and established artists and performing arts companies working in all disciplines who are interested in showcasing their work in Motel Theatre are invited to submit proposals for consideration. Unfortunately, as demand for the venue generally exceeds the time available, we will not necessarily be able to program all submissions.

Upon the successful scheduling of a proposal, artists/companies will be contacted to arrange more specific details of the tenancy. The weekly rate for Motel Theatre is $650 plus applicable ticket fees. The usage fee reflects the inclusion of a $190 weekly subsidy provided by Downstage, reducing the cost from $840 weekly fee set by Arts Commons. Please contact Downstage Production Manager Tuled Giovanazzi for additional details.

Tentative scheduling of projects will begin in May 2016.
For complete application details and calendar, please click here.

Course (Edmonton): Four Week Intensive (Edmonton Fringe) – Toy Guns Dance Theatre

Toy Guns Dance TheatreAccepting Submissions for Pre-Professional Performance Program for Summer 2016

Auditions: May 1 & June 5 from 2 – 4:30pm.
Location: Dance Code – 10575 115 St.

  • This course is by application only with video and live auditions.
  • Scholarships and financial aid are available based on ability and necessity.
  • The course will run from July 18 through the Edmonton International Fringe Festival performances, August 11-21.​

The Program: Toy Guns Dance Theatre is offering the summer of a lifetime to emerging theatre and dance artists. This four week intensive will immerse you in a world of dance and theatre with an incredible staff of Canadian dance and theatre artists. An intense training and rehearsal schedule will be supplemented with dancer health and career seminars that will include:

  • Resume building,
  • Audition skills,
  • Professional headshots,
  • Personalized Pilates routine and video​.

The Performance: The participants will perform at the 2016 Edmonton International Fringe Festival in a new work by the “startlingly creative, prolific, and spirited” (Edmonton Journal) artistic director of Toy Guns Dance Theatre, Jake W Hastey. Jake’s five-star productions have toured across Canada to audience and critical acclaim. He has garnered national media attention as well as multiple awards and nominations for his directing, choreography, and leadership in the arts.

Click here to fill out an Audition Registration Form.
Click here for Audition FAQ.

Contact richelle@toygunstheatre.com for more information.

Volunteer Opportunity (Calgary): Ushers for “Sullivan & Gilbert” – Morpheus Theatre

Morpheus TheatreSeeking Ushers & Lead Ushers for “Sullivan & Gilbert”

From the playwright who brought us Lend Me A Tenor comes a playful twist on our mandate to bring the best of Gilbert and Sullivan to Calgary audiences. In this delightful behind-the-scenes romp we get the best of the duo musically and in the flesh, when we meet the famous partners themselves! The story opens on a time when things were not all roses, in 1890 when they had been feuding for years. They are forced to work together one more time to bring their greatest works to life for Queen Victoria and so, we are treated to treasured pieces from The Mikado,
Ruddigore, Iolanthe and The Pirates of Penzance, among others. Fans of Gilbert and Sullivan will be thrilled by Sullivan and Gilbert, for we have a song to sing, O! – several of them, in fact and we do hope you’ll join us for the joy! (And the rapture!)

VOLUNTEERING to help at the theatre is A GREAT WAY TO SEE THIS PRODUCTION. So, please consider volunteering for one or more performances, or volunteer with a friend or family member!

Needed: 3 Volunteers per performance.

  • The ushers welcome patrons, hand out programs, take tickets and ensure everyone is properly seated.
  • Immediately following the show, ushers clear the theatre of programs and any debris, will call volunteers distribute pre-purchased tickets.

Needed: Lead Ushers

Matinee performances begin at 2:00pm and evening performances begin at 7:30pm. Volunteers need to be ON DUTY AT LEAST 45 MINUTES before the performance time.

If you are interested in volunteering, please click on this link. If you are having difficulty, please email tickets@morpheustheatre.ca or call 403-246-2999. YOUR HELP IS ALWAYS APPRECIATED!

Operations Manager
Ph: (403) 246-2999