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PACTCON 2016: Wrap-up – Theatre Alberta

Brave Girl – Lunchbox Theatre
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PACTCON 2016: Wrap-up – Theatre Alberta

PACTCon 2016

Alberta theatre representatives with Theatre Alberta Executive Director Keri Mitchell, PACT President Jay Dodge, and PACT Executive Director Sara Meurling.

Calgary Welcomes National Theatre Community!

Theatre Alberta extends HUGE CONGRATULATIONS and THANKS to the Alberta theatre companies who hosted this year’s PACTCON: Building Bridges in Calgary May 25 through 28: Alberta Theatre ProjectsCatalyst TheatreLunchbox TheatreOne Yellow Rabbit Performance TheatreTheatre CalgaryUniversity of Calgary School of Creative and Performing Arts, and Vertigo Theatre.

Nearly 200 theatre artists and administrators from across the country gathered for the conference in Calgary, where we were officially welcomed by Stoney Nakoda Elder Sykes Powderface and Mayor Nenshi.

Theatre Alberta also thanks the Edmonton Community Foundation and the Calgary Foundation for their generous support of a special project we initiated to host ten theatre artists who could showcase the diversity of professional theatre practice in Alberta to our national peers. Theatre Alberta was able to extend complimentary conference registrations and some travel support to representatives from Alberta Aboriginal ArtsThe Brown, Black, and Fierce Collective / Sister 2 Sister, Chromatic TheatreCollaborative Radically Integrated Performers Society in Edmonton (CRIPSiE), Handsome Alice TheatreInside Out TheatreMaking Treaty 7 Society, The Russian Theatre Foundation of CalgaryTheatre Outré, and Third Street Theatre.

 

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