Theatre Alberta is thrilled to provide an update on the 2023 Michelle Dias Community Service Awards. In 2023 the award was presented to four artists, with an additional four honourable mentions. These awards of $2,500 and $750 each respectively supported the recipients’ participation in a professional development opportunity relevant to
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Hiring: Indigenous Theatre Library Collection ManagerLimited Term Full-Time Position: ~12 MonthsDeadline to Apply: September 5, 2023 Theatre Alberta is a provincial arts service organization and registered charity that serves artists, students, educators, and community and professional theatre companies from across the province. We are dedicated to encouraging the growth of
We are thrilled to share that BioWare is supporting us this year as the 2023 Artstrek Script Sponsor! We are excited to partner again with an Alberta-founded company that has made waves throughout the gaming industry for close to three decades. BioWare crafts compelling storytelling and games that inspire the
As Theatre Alberta prepares to welcome Alberta’s emerging theatre artists at the 2023 editions of both Emerge and Artstrek, we are thrilled to share some exciting and special news with our community… This April we will celebrate the 20th year of our general audition program for graduates of Alberta’s post-secondary
Announcement (Alberta): Theatre Alberta Congratulates the Recipients of the 2023 Michelle Dias Community Service Awards
Daniela Fernandez, Betty Hushlak, Kodie Rollan,
and Catheleen Sbrizzi
THEATRE ALBERTA’S ARTSTREK 2023 PROGRAM IS SEEKING A PROGRAM ASSISTANT APPLICATION DEADLINE: March 20, 2023 ABOUT THEATRE ALBERTA Theatre Alberta is a provincial arts service organization and registered charity that represents theatre artists, enthusiasts, students, educators, and community and professional theatre companies from across the province. We are dedicated to
THEATRE ALBERTA’S ARTSTREK 2023 PROGRAM IS SEEKING APPLICATIONS FOR SUPERVISORS APPLICATION DEADLINE: DECEMBER 13, 2022 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
From July 17 to 30, young theatre artists from across Alberta gathered at Red Deer Polytechnic to work with a team of talented instructors and supervisors and create alongside their peers, using Qui Nguyen’s She Kills Monsters: Young Adventurers Edition as inspiration. The return to #IRL rekindled the decades-long legacy of Artstrek,
THEATRE ALBERTA’S ARTSTREK 2023 PROGRAM IS SEEKING INSTRUCTOR APPLICATIONS APPLICATION DEADLINE: OCTOBER 20, 2022 Artstrek – Theatre Alberta’s summer school/camp for teens – is seeking dedicated, passionate instructors for its 2023 program. The team of ten instructors is led by Curriculum Director Linette Smith, with additional guidance from Program Director
Since 2019 the RBC Foundation has been steadfast in their support of Theatre Alberta’s programs and services for emerging artists–namely Emerge and Artstrek–even as we had to cancel, postpone, and reimagine new delivery models and services to ensure young and emerging artists remained supported and valued during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Got masks? Alberta-based apparel company Unbelts has provided Theatre Alberta with funky cloth face masks that we can share with the theatre community!
Theatre Alberta is looking for a higly motivated and organized human to join our team!
Theatre Alberta is very proud to announce that we have partnered with the 35//50 Initiative to hire two new positions that will support goals that both of our organizations strongly believe in. We welcome Jesse Del Fierro and Andrés Moreno in their new roles as Strategic Coordinators! They will further
We’re very excited to officially unveil our new logo, new look, and new website! A huge thank you to the design team at Curio Studio for reimagining the Theatre Alberta logo and updating our colour scheme. The good folx at Curio put a great deal of thought and creativity into
Theatre Alberta members have already had free access to two incredible online resources for finding and reading plays through Drama Online with the Playwrights Canada Press and Aurora Metro Books collections. We’re thrilled to announce that we’ve added three more Drama Online databases for you to browse and enjoy! OBERON
Theatre Alberta is excited to announce an important change in the Artstrek leadership team–we welcome Jenna Rodgers to the Artstrek Director role, as we thank Marie Gynane-Willis for her leadership and stewardship over the years. Artstrek is Theatre Alberta’s annual summer theatre school that offers an integrated theatre arts
Do you love to read plays? To have the scene on the page take shape in your imagination? Or to find inspiration in a technical tome that you know will make an audience gasp? To find the story you need to share with your community, right now? Us too!
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.