Theatre Alberta Staff

KERI MITCHELL – EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Keri joined the Theatre Alberta team as Executive Director in April 2010, but had also previously worked as TA’s Program Coordinator from 2004 to 2007. In the interim Keri was an Artistic Associate at the Citadel Theatre, where she coordinated the annual Teens @ The Turn Festival and various audience enrichment programs, and Outreach Coordinator at the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre in Winnipeg, where among other duties she acted as Tour Manager for the 2010 Regional Tour of Theatre Newfoundland Labrador’s Tempting Providence. She is a graduate of the University of Alberta’s BA Honors Drama program; currently serves on the Board of Directors of the iHuman Youth Society; and a member of Avenue Magazine’s Top 40 Under 40 Class of 2013.

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DENNIE HAMALIUK – OFFICE & MEMBERSHIP COORDINATOR

Dennie is an arts administrator originally from Medicine Hat. A grad of MacEwan University’s Arts and Cultural Management program, Dennie previously worked with the Edmonton Arts Council. Dennie first worked with Theatre Alberta as our Dramaworks program assistant in 2014. She is passionate about the arts and is thrilled to be part of the Theatre Alberta team

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JAKE TKACZYK – PROGRAM COORDINATOR

Jake is a graduate of the University of Alberta’s BFA Acting program, and Red Deer College’s Theatre Performance and Creation program. He has been involved with Theatre Alberta for more than a decade, first as an Artstrek student, a Super, Theatre Alberta’s Programs Associate, and the Artstrek Program Assistant.

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JESSICA GLOVER – PROGRAM ASSOCIATE

Jessica is an arts administrator based in Edmonton. By day, she is an Associate Producer with Catalyst Theatre, and by later-day, she is the co-founder and co-Artistic Producer of the independent theatre company Cardiac Theatre. She is also a member of the 3.7% Initiative YEG+ (a collective which supports BIPOC women and non-binary theatre makers). Jessica returns to Theatre Alberta after joining the team in 2017 as Programs Intern.

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RAY BRICKWOOD – COMMUNICATIONS & MARKETING COORDINATOR

Originally from Winnipeg, MB, Ray received a B.A. (Honours) in Theatre from the University of Winnipeg and a Creative Communications Diploma from Red River College.  He has worked as the Communications Coordinator for Rainbow Stage and as a Marketing and Communications Coordinator for the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre.

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GRAHAM MOTHERSILL – WEBSITE ASSISTANT

Graham is a graduate of the University of Alberta’s BFA in Acting program, and Lighthouse Labs’ Web Development Bootcamp. Graham is happy to return to Theatre Alberta, having previously worked as an Artstrek Marketing Assistant, and an Artstrek Super.

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CHRIS PROFIERI – LIBRARIAN

Chris returned to Theatre Alberta after many years at a forensic engineering library. She graduated from the University of Alberta in 2004 with a Master’s Degree in Library and Information Studies.

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KASIA TOMCZAK – FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATOR

Kasia completed her degree in Managerial Economics at Polytechnic University of Koszalin, Poland, and received an Accelerated Accounting Certificate from N.A.I.T. She is a member of the Institute of Professional Bookkeepers of Canada. Kasia has more than ten years experience working with community service organizations in Edmonton. Serving as a board member and scout instructor, she appreciates making a difference in the lives of children and communities through providing educational programs and helping preserve culture and heritage.