Liam is an award-winning queer playwright, dramaturge, producer, and educator (HE / HIM, THEY/THEM). They are a graduate of the National Theatre School of Canada’s Playwriting program and their work has been produced across the country.
Grindstone Theatre is looking to hire an education assistant part-time to help out with classes!!
The MZD Progressive Artist Award recognizes the achievements of Edmonton-based artists who actively work in the arts and engage with the community in challenging and exciting ways. Award recipients will be chosen by a local panel of adjudicators.
The impacts of COVID-19 restrictions have greatly affected the vitality of local communities. To ensure communities have access to resources and support for economic recovery, the Government of Canada launched the Canada Community Revitalization Fund (CCRF) to help organizations such as local governments, Indigenous communities and groups, not-for-profits, and other community-based groups, improve key community gathering spaces to help bring Canadians back together once public measures have eased.
Foote Theatre School’s two-week intensive programs are designed for advanced and dedicated students who are looking for an opportunity to further hone their skills. You will learn from experienced theatre professionals, as well as guest artists.
Audition Open: Company of Rogues Actors’ Studio, the post-secondary option with a difference!
Submissions are open for the Quenten Doolittle Memorial Gallery until August 20th!
Audition – Walterdale Theatre – August 3 & 4
We are children of the wind, we are children of the water, the fire, and the light. These are the things that make us who we are. Our voices sing the memories. The sound of mahbash – coffee ground by a father’s hand and the smell of khubz – bread kneaded with a mother’s heart.
Theatre happens because of people, not just production schedules. Projects come together through conversations, not just contracts. At PACTcon Online 2021, let’s open up to new ways of working and explore how we can exercise care towards artists, audiences, our planet, and ourselves.
A new research-action initiative aims to discover dynamic examples of cultural innovation and to amplify these success stories. Cultural Resilience: Using Innovation to Stabilize in Times of Crisis is a multi-year project of The Creative City Network of Canada in partnership with the Cultural Human Resources Council and Les Arts et la Ville.
Starting Tuesday August 10 and running until Sunday, August 29, Macbeth and Much Ado About Nothing will be available for private and public presentation in your backyard or community.
Scripts on Fire Play Competition
This is the year to be brave
Put your pants back on and get writing
Volunteer Call for The Grindstones Second Annual Comedy Fest, Running July 21- 25th 2021. We are looking for Volunteers who can do tickets, Usher, and some general set up and take down!
The Thousand Faces Festival is accepting show submissions for a five-show online festival of mythologically-grounded Edmonton Puppetry. Performances are to be live-streamed in early November from the National Stiltwalkers of Canada Streaming Studio, a fully-equipped, large studio with greenscreen.