Theatre Alberta was pleased to host its 2013/2014 Annual General Meeting on July 5, 2014 at The Club Lobby at The Citadel Theatre in Edmonton, part of Dramaworks 2014. During the meeting, Theatre Alberta members received the annual President’s Report, Treasurer’s Report, and Report from the Executive Director, as well as Financial Statements from the 2013/2014 fiscal year.
We said goodbye to outgoing board members Michele Fleiger (Past President, Edmonton) and Cyril Cook (Member at Large, Grande Prairie), and welcomed our newest board members Sean Anderson (Calgary) and Ryan Godfrey (Edmonton) – see below for their bios. Click here for a list of current Theatre Alberta Board members.
Sean Anderson is an active member of the community theatre scene in Calgary. He co-founded Morpheus Theatre, a community theatre company, 21 years ago, and is still proud to call himself Morpheus’ Artistic Director and Executive Producer. Sean was also the co-founder of the Calgary Alliance of Community Theatres, which began operations 13 years ago, with a mandate to connect and support community theatres in Calgary and the surrounding area. 11 years ago Sean had the privilege of facilitating the first annual Calgary Amateur Theatre (CAT) Awards, in recognition of the outstanding volunteer effort and artistic talents of the community. In addition to his many administrative and operational skills, Sean is an accomplished director and actor. In his life outside of theatre, Sean works for Nexen Inc. He is also happily married and the proud father of two teenage boys.
Ryan Godfrey is a graduate of Brigham Young University – Idaho with a degree in communications. He began his career in Chicago as a media planner/buyer working on the accounts of three fortune 500 companies. Eight years ago he returned home to Edmonton. Currently he is the Business Development Director at EventIQ. His main role is working with schools to automate existing processes such as theatre ticketing and graduation events. He currently serves as the Publicity Director of his community league and as a Scout Master for a local troop. Throughout his childhood, Ryan was involved in many different theatre productions. His first was at the age of eight with the musical Safety Kids. The acting bug stuck with Ryan throughout his childhood as he participated in various other plays. He continues to support the arts through his patronship and through various other volunteer activities. Ryan is married to Rosalind and together they have two children, Weston and Hanalei.
Theatre Alberta members also approved a Special Resolution to amend the Society’s by-laws: click here for details.
If you have any questions regarding Theatre Alberta Society and/or the 2013/2014 Annual General Meeting, please contact Theatre Alberta at 780-422-8162 (in Edmonton) or 1-888-422-8160 (toll-free in Alberta) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.