Event (Online): Words In Progress Event #1

Brave Girl – Lunchbox Theatre
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Event (Online): Words In Progress Event #1

Presented by playwright and producer Louise Casemore, Words In Progress is an online event series featuring Calgary area playwrights reading and discussing new plays in development.

In a time when the path to the stage feels uncertain and being apart is the ongoing normal, Words In Progress provides space for connection between artists to share their thoughts and their work, offering insight into the creative processes driving the development of new plays.

EVENT #1 is Tuesday, July 28th from 5-7pm MST
Streaming LIVE online here:
https://www.theatrealberta.com/words-in-progress/
*please note these events are live and will not remain online for later viewing*

Featured playwrights for the July 28th premiere:
Tara Beagan
Dale Lee Kwong
and Neil Fleming
with special guest Jenna Rodgers!

Featured musical artist:
Lindsay Walker
https://open.spotify.com/artist

Pay-It-Forward Partner for July 28th – The Awo Taan Healing Lodge Society
DONATE HERE: https://www.canadahelps.org/en/dn/16861
As Words In Progress is free to attend and watch, each event features a Calgary non-profit in need. Highlighting outstanding organizations who are servicing the community, we graciously encourage you to offer what you can using the link provided.

More about Awo Taan:

The Awo Taan Healing Lodge Society is a Calgary region women’s shelter that provides services and programs to women and children from all cultures, who are fleeing and suffering from family violence, in a uniquely Aboriginal atmosphere. They provide a variety of services and programs including a 21 day emergency shelter, a 24 hour Crisis Line, Paediatric & Wellness Clinic, Child Support Program and Cultural Support within the shelter.

They also have a Family Wellness Centre that operates in South East Calgary which assists families in the community by providing a variety of parenting programs and other community supports to families with children ages 0 to 18 years of age. Programs include: Outreach Program, Youth & Family Support Program, Youth Mentorship Program, Family Violence Prevention Program, Anti-Bullying Initiative, Aboriginal Teachings and Healing Circles.

Funding for Words In Progress provided by the Rozsa Foundation, Calgary Arts Development, and the City of Calgary, with generous added support from the Playwrights’ Guild of Canada PlayConnect program and Theatre Alberta. Logo by Butane Graphics. THANK YOU!