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News (Calgary): Transformation Expansion Design Renderings – Arts Commons

Arts Commons – alongside our partners at Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC) and The City of Calgary – revealed design renderings for the Arts Commons Transformation expansion project. The design team of KPMB Architects, Hindle Architects, and Tawaw Architecture Collective have delivered a new performing arts space that is “‘of


News (Calgary): Beaches The Musical Casting Announcement – Theatre Calgary

Theatre Calgary is thrilled to announce the casting of our two leads for the world premiere of Beaches The Musical. Kelli Barrett (FX TV’s “Fosse/Verdon”, Broadway’s Dr. Zhivago) and Jessica Vosk (Wicked), will take on the iconic roles of Bertie White and Cee Cee Bloom, respectively. A new musical based


News (Edmonton): Bonfire Festival Announcement – Rapid Fire Theatre

RAPID FIRE THEATRE PRESENTS: BONFIRE FESTIVAL April 11th – 13th, 2024 Rapid Fire Theatre is thrilled to announce the return of its much-anticipated annual celebration of innovation and hilarity, the Bonfire Festival! From April 11th to April 13th, Bonfire will light up the stage with a scorching lineup of fresh

News (National): Black Artists & Artsworkers Survey – Black Pledge

The Black Pledge is an initiative to dismantle anti-Black racism in live performance in Canada. Check out our website and follow us on instagram and like our facebook page.   It’s been 3 years since the Black Pledge launched and we’ve been moving steadily. Five organizations have signed the pledge: 2b theatre, Neworld Theatre, Nightwood Theatre,


News (National): 2024 Gina Wilkinson Prize Recipient and Finalists Announced

Toronto, ON, March 11, 2024 — The Gina Wilkinson Prize Committee announced that Warona Setshwaelo (Montreal, Quebec) is the recipient of the 13th annual Gina Wilkinson Prize. The Gina Wilkinson Prize recognizes theatre artists from underrepresented genders which includes cis women, trans women, and non-binary people with a demonstrated body


News (National): Call for Indigenous-Authored Scripts for Theatre Alberta’s Indigenous Theatre Library Collection

Theatre Alberta’s Indigenous Theatre Library Collection Manager, Deborah Lee, has been working with the project’s new Advisory Council since early January to develop our separate Collection Management Policy for Indigenous Theatre. We’re thrilled and grateful to be working with Advisory Council members Reneltta Arluk, Tara Beagan, Ramona Big Head, Rosa

Announcement (Alberta): Theatre Alberta Partners with Champions of Magic

Five world-class illusionists that make up this mind-bending theatrical production are back on tour in 2024, following sell out shows across the globe, rave reviews and a run in London’s West End. Theatre Alberta is excited to share that it is partnering with Center Stage Entertainment for Champions of Magic’s


Workshops by Request (Canmore): Stage Management – Pine Tree Players

Stage Management: Roles and Responsibilities is a 9 hour workshop that invites participants into the initial exploration of the script, conversations with directors and designers and paperwork creation to set yourself and the team up for success before going into rehearsal. We will use real script examples to have participants


Jobs (Alberta): Artstrek 2024 Supervisors – Theatre Alberta

THEATRE ALBERTA’S ARTSTREK 2024 PROGRAM IS SEEKING APPLICATIONS FOR SUPERVISORS APPLICATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 1, 2024 Are you an Artstrek alumni who is a highly motivated, fun-loving, and creative team player with a penchant for safety (and shenanigans)? If you have the drive to nurture emerging Albertan artists, Theatre Alberta is


Workshops by Request (Castor): Character Building – Castor Little Theatre

Character Keys is a comprehensive method for creating and refining unique and memorable characters. Using sound gesture and movement, Richard Beaune has crafted this technique that combines Michael Chekhov, Laban and Body Centre work. The Keys have been used by countless actors across Canada to develop their character work. This


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 in the Negev Desert in Israel and the more recent destruction of the Rashad al-Shawwa Theater in Rimal, Gaza, represent

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