Theatre Alberta’s annual Gift-A-Play campaign, in support of Canada’s largest fully-circulating, independent theatre library, is once again upon us! We are asking for your help to add to our most valuable resource. How does Gift-A-Play work? Well, we created a ‘Wish List’ on Amazon of titles that our Library would like to add
Day: November 20, 2014
We’re thrilled for playwright (and long time Theatre Alberta member) Caroline Russell-King, as she launches her collection of three plays Palliser Suite – which marks Frontenac House’s 100th book. Palliser Suite is a trilogy of one act plays set in the Palliser Hotel and written in homage to Neil Simon. Caroline has received
On November 18th, Festival Curator Michael Green and Managing Director Ann Connors, announced the line-up for the 29th annual High Performance Rodeo, Calgary’s International Festival of the Arts. The popular festival runs January 7 to February 1, 2015 at thirteen venues throughout Calgary. The Rodeo features an extraordinary collection of
FRC still needs a double bass player for Urinetown, Running Jan 9 – 24 at Beddington.
After ten years as the Artistic Director of Tree House Youth Theatre, Mr. Matt Gould is leaving the “house” in the spring of 2015. The Board thanks him for helping to co-create extraordinary theatre experiences for the youth of central Alberta, their families, our audiences and the community. We look
BroadwayWorld.com is reporting that Edmonton’s Catalyst Theatre‘s hit musical about Edgar Allan Poe, Nevermore, will be produced in New York City in January 2015. The play will begin performances at New World Stages on Wednesday, January 14, 2015, with an official opening night scheduled for Sunday, January 25, 2015. Nevermore is written, composed, and directed by
SPACE // SPACE BY JASON CRAIG STARRING NADIEN CHU & TREVOR DUPLESSIS DIRECTED BY TREVOR SCHMIDTSTAGE MANAGED BY ANNA DAVIDSONLIGHTING DESIGN BY ADAM TSUYOSHI TURNBULLCOSTUME DESIGN BY TREVOR SCHMIDTSET DESIGN BY TREVOR SCHMIDT & ADAM TSUYOSHI TURNBULL SOUND DESIGN BY DAVE CLARKE Brothers Lumus and Penryn have been shot out