"If it is not nailed to the floor, it's mine. If I can pry it loose, it is not nailed down."
What's New at TA
4 New Plays. 14 Workshops. 19 Special Guests. 3 Socials. 1 Keynote Address. 1 Panel Discussion. 6 Years of PlayWorks Ink.
Theatre Alberta and Alberta Playwrights’ Network are thrilled to present Judith Thompson on a rare visit to Western Canada. This year we've taken programming to the edge, featuring workshops by Peter Balkwill, Mark Bellamy, Lindsay Burns, Eva Cairns, Karen Johnson-Diamond, David Ley, Hannah Moscovitch, Mieko Ouchi, Gordon Pengilly, Ian Prinsloo, Mariette Sluyter, Glenda Stirling, Judith Thompson, Laryssa Yanchak, and Adrian Young. Watch for PlayWorks Ink brochures mid-August, when our full programming is revealed!
Theatre Alberta's popular summer theatre programs, Arstrek for teens and Dramaworks for adults, are now in full swing! Both explorations of Artstrek have been sold out since May and Dramaworks is enjoying its highest registration numbers since 2001. See you there!
The seventh episode of Dramatic Impact, “Secrets of the Actor,” will be available on July 10 at www.acting-and-theatre.com. A reminder that on Monday, July 7, the feed address for the podcast will be changing to feeds.acting-and-theatre.com/dramaticimpact. If you are a subscriber, you should automatically be redirected to the new feed address. But if you do lose the subscription, please visit www.acting-and-theatre.com and re-subscribe. Check out the new site!
Sunday, July 6, 2008 at 1:00 PM – Shoctor Lobby, Citadel Theatre
All members are invited and encouraged to attend Theatre Alberta’s Annual General Meeting. The purpose of the AGM is to receive the annual report, elect new board members, and to conduct other business. Take advantage of this opportunity to meet with other members, the Board of Directors, and Theatre Alberta staff. Lunch will be provided.
Harold and Maude (1983) by Colin Higgins
This is the stage adaptation of the movie about a suicidal 19 year old boy, Harold, who finally learns how to truly live when he meets up with the delightfully whacky octogenarian, Maude. Visit our online library >
A reminder that the online renewal function does not work. To renew library materials please email or phone Theatre Alberta at 780-422-8162 or 1-888-422-8160. We will process the renewal unless there is a reserve on the item(s) you have out.
Summer Library Hours! Monday to Friday, 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM.
Civic Holiday: the Theatre Alberta office and library will be closed August 2 - 4.
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