A youth pastor her ex-girlfriend and God walk into a bar. The rest is history you wont want to miss!
Category: What’s On Blog
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.
It’s with huge joy, caution, and a lot of elbow grease that Found Festival is proud to announce its return to live performance July 8–11. We’re able to get back to things we’ve had to put on pause, including sharing space and seeing live performances.
Wish the news was more fun? Green Fools News is! Come to our Drive-In premiere on July 24th!
Come and join us for this unique and joyous musical theatre experience celebrating re-connection!
The Woezo Africa Cultural Festival (WACF) aims to share and educate the community at large on the level of artistry and innovation that exists within African culture and the African Diasporic history through a series of interactive activities, artisan demonstrations, cultural performances and workshops that will be delivered virtually.
In light of the residential school findings, the Maada’oonidiwag Exchange and NEPA are offering an online drop-in circle for the Indigenous theatre community to meet in a safe space, to talk and care for one another.
CSTF presents a Regency-era adaptation of Twelfth Night from August 11-15 and 18-21!
Join CSTF to see Minotaur, a new twist on an old myth, from August 11-15 and 19-22!
Visit Eventbrite to get your tickets today for the virtual concert, Sounds of Summers Past July 16
What’s On (Fort McMurray): Purge presented by Theatre; Just Because & Keyano Theatre – In-person & Online
Purge is a riveting and suspenseful tale of two women dogged by their own traumatic pasts.
The 2nd Annual Grindstone Comedy Festival is July 21-25! Let’s laugh together again, Edmonton!
Let the sunshine in with Hair, the musical, live in Olds, on Thursdays-Sundays from July 3-18 2021!
Meet Nakota, an isolated indigenous 11-year-old boy trying to write his own stories and find his way forward. One day, his 103-year-old grandfather Rocko visits
Introducing the first Alberta Circus Arts Festival, with performances, workshops, panels and more!