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Events (Edmonton): June Edmonton Scene Study – Grindstone Theatre

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Events (Edmonton): June Edmonton Scene Study – Grindstone Theatre

1005011_10153441965330051_60220504_nHello fellow Theatre Practitioners!

What: June Edmonton Scene Study
Who: Grindstone Theatre and Citadel Theatre with special guest Dave Horak
Where: Citadel Theatre Boardroom, 3rd Floor of Administration
When: Monday, June 1st, 6:00pm-8:00pm
*Please email to RSVP if you are able to attend.


Dave is an actor, director and theatre instructor and has performed throughout Canada and the United States at such theatre companies as The Freewill Players (King Lear), Workshop West Theatre (Kill Me Now), Theatre Yes (National Elevator Project), Vertigo Theatre (Ends of the Earth), The Citadel Theatre (Death of a Salesman), and The Mayfield (Don’t Dress for Dinner). Dave has taught movement for actors at MacEwan University’s Theatre Arts Program for the past 12 years and has also directed many productions there such as Urinetown and Martin Crimp’s Attempts on her Life. Other directing credits include Fatboy (awarded 3 Sterling Awards and recently re-mounted at Theatre Network), The Bomb-itty of Errors, Sartre’s Shorts (Surreal SoReal), Measures! The Musical, The Inspector General and Cloud Nine (Citadel Theatre Young Company), and Eurydice (U of A Studio Theatre). Most recently he has performed in theatre no. 6’s Proud, Passion Play for Wild Side Productions and Blarney Production’s MOTE. Dave has worked with Anne Bogart and SITI Company over the past ten years, is a member of The Actor’s Centre Society of Acting Teachers and The Association of Theatre Movement Educators and holds BFA (Acting) and MFA (Directing) degrees from the University of Alberta.

Edmonton Scene Study

Edmonton Scene Study is for emerging and professional theatre practitioners (actors, directors, playwrights…) to share in the reading of plays. The world of theatre is so rich and vast that we should be encouraged to explore it. Not only does the play come to life as we read it aloud, it broadens our knowledge of theatre, our skills in cold reading and warms the relationships we have in this theatre community. All theatre lovers are invited to join the group, enjoy meeting fellow artists, and share a scene from a play.

Edmonton Scene Study will be hosted once a month, so please come and be inspired and join the Edmonton Scene Study group on facebook for all updates.


Brianne Jang

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