Category: Theatre Alberta News Releases

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Library: Read Jim Guedo’s Purple Play Picks – Theatre Alberta

#FridayReads Doug Mertz has received his August book bag curated by Jim Guedo. Bingo by Daniel MacIvor: Five classmates come together for their thirtieth high-school reunion. Some see it as a welcome trip home, while others see it as an obligation, and a few never even left. But as the night wears

Library: Get Outside The Lines with #TA150CDNPlays – Theatre Alberta

#TA150CDNPlays:  Theatre Alberta Library’s 150 Canadian Plays Challenge on Drama Online Theatre Alberta Library is participating in Outside the Lines for the third year! Outside the Lines is a weeklong celebration demonstrating the creativity and innovation happening in libraries around the world. More than 200 organizations from all over the

Library: Read Abby Webb’s Purple Play Picks – Theatre Alberta

#FridayReads Doug Mertz has received his July book bag curated by Abby Webb. Butcher by Nicolas Billon: An old man in a military uniform and a Santa hat is dumped at the police station. He doesn’t speak English, and a lawyer’s business card is baited on the meat hook that hangs on his

Library: Read Kate Newby’s Purple Play Picks – Theatre Alberta

#FridayReads Doug Mertz has received his June book bag curated by Kate Newby. Such Creatures by Judith Thompson: A young inner-city girl is on the cusp of the biggest fight of her young life. An elderly woman remembers her youth as a Polish Jew scrapping for survival in an internment camp. Both emanate

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Artstrek: Program Partners – Theatre Alberta

Messages from the Minister of Culture and Tourism, the Alberta Foundation for the Arts, and Red Deer College. Theatre Alberta and Artstrek 2017 are pleased to recognize the support of our Program Partners: Message from the Minister of Culture and Tourism As Minister of Culture and Tourism, it is my pleasure to welcome

JOB (EDMONTON): Communications and Marketing Coordinator – Theatre Alberta

Theatre Alberta is a registered charity that proudly serves Alberta’s theatre artists, enthusiasts, students, educators, and community and professional theatre companies. We encourage the growth of theatre in Alberta by providing the highest quality programs and services: workshops and camps for teens and adults, urban and rural Canada’s largest independent

Library: Read Tara Beagan’s Purple Play Picks – Theatre Alberta

#FridayReads Doug Mertz has received his May book bag curated by Tara Beagan. The Hours That Remain by Keith Barker: A moving, emotionally charged story of loss, bereavement, and unfaltering hope. Denise has spent the last five years dedicated to uncovering the truth behind her sister Michelle’s disappearance. Haunted by loose ends,

What’s On (Calgary): Artstrek 2017 Instructor’s Play Reading – Theatre Calgary

TONIGHT! Meg Braem reads at Theatre Calgary’s FUSE Meg is an award winning playwright, and currently the playwright-in-residence at Workshop West Playwrights’ Theatre. She will be reading Vital Spirits at Theatre Calgary’s FUSE: The Enbridge New Play Development Program. ARTSTREK 2017 | INSTRUCTOR TEAM MAY 7, 2017 | Theatre Calgary | Calgary, AB

Library: Read Playwrights Canada Scripts Online – Theatre Alberta

#FridayReads Theatre Alberta Library now has access to two new and exciting online databases! Through Drama Online, our members can now read Playwrights Canada Press plays and watch plays through Stage on Screen free online. To access the databases, click here. PLAYWRIGHTS CANADA PRESS The Playwrights Canada Press collection features over 170

Library: Read Michelle Thorne’s Purple Play Picks – Theatre Alberta

#PurplePlayPicks Doug Mertz has received his April book bag curated by Michelle Thorne. TAKE A LOOK AT Michelle’S PICKS and letter for doug! Hello Doug, First off let me say how much fun I have had putting together these selections for you. I was thrilled when I received the invitation from Theatre