Category: Theatre Alberta News Releases

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Alberta

Announcing a New Partnership with the 35//50 Initiative

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

New logo, new look, new site!

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

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The Theatre Alberta Library Introduces More Ways To Read Theatre!

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

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Theatre Alberta Announces A Change In The Artstrek Leadership Team

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

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The 9th Annual Theatre Alberta Gift-A-Play is On Now!

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!  

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Theatre Alberta Commits To Participation in The 35//50 Initiative YYC and YEG

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.

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Webinar (Alberta): Conflict Analysis-Basics with Brooke Leifso

Theatre Alberta is thrilled to offer Webinars by Request: Webinars for a New World. This series of webinars is intended to address both technical challenges and  philosophical questions of equity and process, as we investigate the new theatre world we want to have when venues reopen. The next workshop in

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Webinar (Alberta): Hazard Assessments and Planning to Reopen Theatres

Theatre Alberta is thrilled to announce a series of webinars online via Zoom related to the reopening of theatres. We are very excited to have a number of special guests joining us to facilitate learning opportunities and pivotal discussions as we move forward in the creation and development of art.

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Announcement (Alberta): Theatre Alberta Library To Resume Circulation By Mail

  The Theatre Alberta Library will resume circulation – via Canada Post only – to all Theatre Alberta members on June 29, 2020.   Our free mailing service will be available to all members, including those living in Edmonton and surrounding areas. Edmonton members who currently have Library books they’d

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Alberta

In Solidarity with Black Lives Matter and Black Artists in Alberta

  Since about March 10 or so, the pressure to move and create and respond at the speed and precision of white supremacy culture has been more prevalent than ever before. I have sometimes been able to fight it, even actively name it, but I have more often than not

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Announcement (Alberta): Theatre Alberta Now Has PWYC Memberships

At Theatre Alberta we believe that when we’re connected – all of us, no matter where or how we work – we’re stronger, more creative, more inspired, and inspiring. When we are faced with adversity those connections become even more critical. We support each other to survive. We support each

Alberta

Alberta Community Theatre Town Hall

  ALBERTA COMMUNITY THEATRE TOWN HALL Hosted by Theatre Alberta Staff and Board Members   Date: Tuesday, May 12, 2020 Time: 7:30pm – 9:00pm   Alberta’s Community Theatre Producers, Artists, and Board Members are invited to join Theatre Alberta Staff and Board Members for a town hall meeting to discuss

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Announcement (Alberta): Artstrek 2020 Update

  From Act II Scene IX of Shakespeare in Love, adapted by Lee Hall from Tom Stoppard’s and Marc Norman’s screenplay of the same name:   Marlowe: But how will it end? Will: Happily. Marlowe: But how? Will: I don’t know. It’s a mystery. Theatre Alberta has made the decision