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Day: May 12, 2015

Brave Girl – Lunchbox Theatre
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News: Edmonton Fringe announces theme for 2015 Festival

It’s a jolly holiday with the 34th Edmonton International Fringe Theatre Festival, SupercaliFRINGEilistic, August 13-23, 2015! Join Fringe Theatre Adventures on a whirlwind adventure this summer as SupercaliFRINGEilistic blows into Old Strathcona for a vibrant, animated 11 days, August 13-23, 2015! Patrons, artists, volunteers, sponsors, and media personnel gathered at

News (Edmonton): Walterdale Theatre Announces 2015 – 2016 Season

Walterdale Theatre’s Incoming-Artistic Director, Anne Marie Szucs, has announced the 57th Season of outstanding community theatre in Edmonton. Season subscriptions, single tickets, and flex passes are available from TIX on the Square: 780-420-1757. Walterdale SEASON 57 Ravenscroft by Don Nigro Directed by Madeleine Stout Oct. 14-24, 2015 W;t by Margaret Edson

News (Calgary): Stage West announces 2015-2016 season

Stage West Theatre Restaurant Calgary features great food, great service and great entertainment… all in one location. Our 400 seat theatre is ramped and tiered, offering easy access and an excellent view of the stage from all locations. Stage West’s sumptuous 120 item buffet is included with each performance. Stage West is

Event (Edmonton): EAC 2015 AGM

Monday, June 8, 7:00 pm Old Strathcona Performing Arts Centre 8426 Gateway Boulevard, Edmonton, AB Mark your calendars and save the date for our 2015 Annual General Meeting. We will be providing an update on EAC projects, followed by a member mixer over light refreshments. Agenda to follow. The building is fully

News (Alberta): 2015 Lieutenant Governor of Alberta Distinguished Artist Award recipients announced

Puppeteer extraordinaire, Ronnie Burkett of Toronto, renowned soprano, Frances Ginzer, Calgary, and internationally acclaimed artist Peter von Tiesenhausen of Demmitt, Alberta, will receive Alberta’s highest arts recognition, the 2015 Lieutenant Governor of Alberta Distinguished Artist Award.  “These artists are celebrated internationally, yet maintain strong connections to Alberta that continue to

News (Edmonton): City Council considers new arts space in south Edmonton

The Edmonton Journal is reporting that former church could be transformed into a new performance space and arts centre. Edmonton city council received an update this week on the former Victory Christian Centre, a 1,000-seat auditorium at 11520 Ellerslie Rd. Arts companies based in central Edmonton could use the auditorium

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