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For 2024. Liberation.

As we wrap up 2023, we acknowledge the distress of anti-Arabism and anti-Semitism in various communities around the world. The

We offer a wide range of programs and services to drama students, professional theatre artists, educators, and enthusiasts, as well as to schools, post-secondary institutions, and community and professional theatres.

Theatre Alberta provices direct support to Alberta Playwrights’ NetworkCanadian Institute of Theatre Technology – Alberta Section, and the Alberta High School Drama Festival Association. We also offer Information and Advocacy on local, provincial, and national fronts.

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Library

Theatre Alberta’s script library has more than 23,000 titles of playscripts, musicals, periodicals, and reference materials. You may search for plays in our collection using our Online Catalogue, The Library Indexes, or by visiting our library. Book borrowing privileges are reserved for Theatre Alberta members. Theatre Alberta Members in search of plays

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Workshops By Request – Hometown Series

Workshops by Request: Hometown Series are a series of Albertan theatre workshops and theatre classes generated by ideas and suggestions from the community, and facilitated by Theatre Alberta. Workshops in both technical and non-technical aspects of theatre bring highly trained theatre artists to your community for one, one and a

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Theatre Alberta Playbill

Theatre Alberta’s Playbill is a comprehensive listing of theatre companies and events from across the province!

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Artstrek – A Summer Theatre School for Teens

What is Artstrek? Theatre Alberta’s Artstrek is a summer theatre school for teens that offers professional learning opportunities from practicing artists and educators in a collaborative space. Artstrek students leap into the depths of theatre appreciation and embrace the creative process through five daily classes: Acting, Devising, Design, Voice &

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Theatre Buzz

Welcome to our monthly electronic news bulletin. Theatre Alberta regularly receives information that we believe is important and of interest to our members, and Buzz is a way of communicating this information in a timely manner. We also hope this e-newsletter will strengthen communication within the provincial theatre community, as

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Essays and Editorials

Who Are We Now? is an initiative from Theatre Alberta that brings you editorial perspectives from a variety of Albertan artists, educators, administrators, and technicians about the ever-changing world of live theatre. We hope you’ll find them useful as you process your own evolving reality.

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RBC Emerge

RBC Emerge is an annual general audition event held in both Edmonton and Calgary for emerging artists from Alberta’s post-secondary performance training programs. It’s an opportunity for emerging artists to introduce themselves and their work to the professional community, and for professionals to see the work of many emerging artists

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Classifieds

Welcome to Alberta’s premiere online theatre listings sharing service! We publish listings submitted by our members and the wider theatre community. Classifieds listings include auditions, jobs, workshops, classes, calls for submissions, volunteer opportunities, events, fundraisers, performance or rehearsal space, and other miscellaneous listings. Classifieds are primarily reserved for live theatre initiatives and/or those

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Safe Stages

What is Safe Stages? a joint initiative of Theatre Alberta and Alberta Human Services an occupational health and safety resource (190-page binder) for the Alberta theatre community with best practices, forms and additional resources a guide to Alberta’s occupational health and safety legislation for employers and workers in the theatre

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Alberta

For 2024. Liberation.

As we wrap up 2023, we acknowledge the distress of anti-Arabism and anti-Semitism in various communities around the world. The horrific attack at the Supernova music festival on October 7

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