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Day: September 2, 2020

Brave Girl – Lunchbox Theatre
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Alberta

Theatre Alberta Commits To Participation in The 35//50 Initiative YYC and YEG

Theatre Alberta extends deep gratitude and support to the theatre and arts community members across Alberta—specifically in Moh’kins’tsis (also known as Calgary) in Treaty 7 and Amiskwaciwâskahikan (also known as Edmonton) in Treaty 6—who have come together to craft and present a gift for the future of theatre in Alberta.

Workshop (Fort McMurray): Acting 101 – Theatre; Just Because

ACTING 101 FOR ALL AGES Saturday, September 5, 2020 at 2-4 PM Suncor Energy Centre for the Performing Arts (230 Powder Dr)   This workshop will introduce participants to basic acting techniques in a fun and safe environment. You will be guided through the five basic rules of acting, get

Essays

Who Are We Now? Essays From A New World – Inside Out Theatre

Our next essay comes to us courtesy Inside Out Theatre’s Point of View Ensemble with contributions from Meighan Wong, Jennifer Stewart, Mike Keir, and Damon Lawson, and support from Jeremy Park and Michelle Brandenburg. SCATTERED BUT STILL THERE – The Point of View Ensemble | September 2, 2020 In Mid-march,

What’s On (Brooks): Love in the Time of Covid

  Love in the Time of Covid September 1,2,8,9,11,12 Two shows each night – 6pm & 8pm Brooks City Hall     Tickets $10 and available ONLINE ONLY at Brown Paper Tickets https://m.bpt.me/event/4695234   Tickets *must* be purchased in advanced to help us manage audience numbers safely!    What does

Alberta

Announcement (Alberta): Alberta Culture Days Has Something for Everyone

Alberta’s largest celebration of arts, heritage, diversity and community spirit returns all September long.   A record 99 organizations received grants from the Alberta government to host online or in-person Alberta Culture Days events this September. More than $300,000 will support a variety of activities in communities across the province,

Calgary

News (Calgary): ATP Announces 2020-21 Playwrights Unit

The development of new Canadian plays has long been a part Alberta Theatre Projects’ history, and we’re thrilled to be continuing that tradition with the launch of the 2020-21 Playwrights Unit!   The Playwrights Unit allows both emerging and established artists to have the support of a major theatre company

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