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Day: December 4, 2017

Brave Girl – Lunchbox Theatre
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News (Alberta): View the 2017 Survey of Albertans on Culture

  The Survey of Albertans on Culture and Tourism is a province-wide telephone survey of 1,000 adult Albertans designed to understand participation and public appreciation of arts and culture, tourism, sports, heritage, and recreation.  Highlight from the survey relating to the arts community are below. You can aslo download the PDF survey

News (Edmonton): Teatro la Quindicina announces their 2018 Season

  Teatro’s second season in the new Varscona Theatre has come to an end, and performing here continues to be a thrill and a privilege. Our subscriber list continues to grow, and audiences love seeing our ensemble’s ongoing adventures on the capacious Varscona stage, with its infinitely greater depth, bread,

News (Edmonton): Freewill Shakespeare Festival reveals shows for 30th Anniversary

  30th Anniversary Shows Announced! For the Freewill Shakespeare Festival’s 30th Season we are proud to be presenting two amazing plays, Comedy of Errors (the first play performed at the Festival in 1989) and one of Shakespeare’s most iconic plays, Hamlet. Don’t miss out on this stellar season! Festival Dates: June 19th to July 15th,

What’s On (Cardston): A Christmas Carol at the Carriage House Theatre

  A CHRISTMAS CAROL ADAPTED BY JAMES HUTCHISON GETS WORLD PREMIERE A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens and adapted for the stage by Calgary playwright James Hutchison, is being given its world premiere at the Carriage House Theatre in Cardston Alberta from December 11 to 16th 2017. Tickets are just

Call for Submissions (Edmonton): Ice Castles is looking for performers

  Construction is underway in Hawrelak Park of another massive ice castle for the 2017 – 18 winter season. The acre-sized winter wonderland is crafted by hand, using only icicles and water, and resembles organic formations found in nature, like those of frozen waterfalls, glaciers or ice caves.    Edmonton’s Ice Castle will once again be built in Hawrelak Park (9330 Groat Road) in partnership

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