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Day: November 17, 2016

What’s On (Edmonton): “Script Salon Melange” – Script Salon

SPECIAL EVENT FEATURES EIGHT NEW PLAYS BY EIGHT DIFFERENT PLAYWRIGHTS! It’s is a delectable smorgasbord of theatrical delight as Script Salon serves up eight short plays by eight great local playwrights at SCRIPT SALON MELANGE. As part of Holy Trinity Anglican Church’s annual ArtSpirit Festival, Script Salon steps out of its

Announcement (Calgary): Stephen Hair Emerging Actor Award – Theatre Calgary

Jesse Lynn Anderson 2016 Recipient Theatre Calgary announces Jesse Lynn Anderson as the 2016 recipient of the Stephen Hair Emerging Actor Award. Jesse is a graduate from the acting program at the Rosebud School of the Arts. Since graduating, she has appeared in productions with The Shakespeare Company, Vertigo Theatre, Persephone

Call for Participation (National): Equity Census – Canadian Actors’ Equity Association

COMING SOON: EVERYBODY COUNTS | 5-QUESTION, 2-MINUTE SURVEY In 2015, with the help of members across Canada, the Canadian Actors’ Equity Association launched the Equity Census, a ground-breaking project, which gathered demographic information relating to age, culture and ethnicity, diverse ability, and gender and sexual identity. Equity will once again be engaging

Call for Nominations (Calgary): 2017 Cultural Leaders Legacy Artist Awards – Calgary Arts Development

Mayor’s Lunch for Arts Champions Calgary Arts Development is pleased to present the fifth annual Cultural Leaders Legacy Artist Awards as part of the Mayor’s Lunch for Arts Champions in March 2017. Nominations are now open in the following categories: ATB Financial Healing Through the Arts Award Calgary Catholic Immigration Society New Canadian Artist Award Colin Jackson

What’s On (Rosebud): “Miracle on 34th Street” – Rosebud Theatre

Do You Believe in Santa? When Kris Kringle accidentally gets a job working as a Santa for Macy’s, his unique approach to customer service — referring parents to rival stores for hard-to-find toys — ruffles the feathers of the dollar-driven Macy’s management. Seen as deluded and dangerous by Macy’s staff counselor,

What’s On (Edmonton): “Crazy Train” by David Haas – Script Salon

OCTOBER’S SCRIPT SALON RESCHEDULED FOR NOVEMBER 20, 2PM On Sunday, November 20, SCRIPT SALON will present a compelling investigation into trust, suspicion and unanswered questions with David Haas’ CRAZY TRAIN. THE STORY: When a rookie cop discovers young Bobby Williams to have been mysteriously bruised, the police turn a suspicious eye toward the parents’ former nurse

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