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Day: August 6, 2016

Brave Girl – Lunchbox Theatre
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Auditions (Edmonton): Actor for “A Christmas Carol” – The Citadel Theatre

Actor for Reverand Fish / Mr. Rank required for “A Christmas Carol” Rehearsal Starts: November 8, 2016 Deadline to submit: August 11, 2016. Email applications to: auditions@citadeltheatre.com Contact: Peni Christopher by email at auditions@citadeltheatre.com or by phone at 780.428.2116. Additional information: The Citadel Theatre is accepting submissions for the dual role of Reverend Fish/Mr. Rank in A

Job (Edmonton): Social Worker – iHuman Youth Society

Accepting applications until position filled. iHuman Youth Society is a non-profit, charitable organization whose mission is to serve marginalized youth to promote their reintegration into the community through a program involving crisis intervention, arts mentorship, and life skills development. Reporting to the Director Caring Services, the Social Worker will work

Deal (Edmonton): Theatre 6 Pack – Tix on the Square

The 2016-2017 Theatre 6 Pack is back with six of Edmonton’s coolest theatre offerings! Season passes are only $110 plus applicable TIX surcharges and are on sale now at TIX On The Square. This year’s selections include: Witness to a Conga | Teatro La QuindicinaSeptember 29 – October 15, 2016The

Job (Edmonton): Administrative Assistant Needed Now! – Alberta Opera Touring Association

Accepting Applications Immediately until position filled! Job Title: Administrative Assistant Company: Alberta Opera Touring Association Location: Edmonton, Alberta Deadline: Applications Accepted Immediately. The position will remain open until position is filled. Details: Alberta Opera Touring Association has an opening for part-time Administrative Assistant. (20 hours/week) Alberta Opera Touring Association is

What’s On (Edmonton): 2 Radio Plays, August 7 – Script Salon

POWERFUL HISTORY COMES TO LIFE IN AUGUST’S SCRIPT SALON! On Sunday, August 7 SCRIPT SALON is pleased to present readings of two radio plays dramatizing contentious, but little known turning points from the history of discovery: Gerald St. Maur’s THE FIRST LAW and THE SOLSTICE MUTINY. THE STORIES: Gerald St. Maur

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