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JANUARY 2012

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To our Members:

Notes for January

It can be weird for me to think of January 1st as a beginning, the start of something new. Like most of us in the theatre community, I tend to align my creative and professional resolutions with the start of the theatre season in the fall or with Theatre Alberta's financial year, which starts anew April 1.

That said, the official beginning of 2012 also marks the beginning of a very busy period of programming for us at Theatre Alberta, and we're excited to share with you what's happening in this edition of Buzz.

Keri

In particular, I would like to point your attention to our new webpage dedicated to students who wish to apply for community sponsorship to attend Artstrek 2012. The benefits for individuals who receive sponsorship are considerable; the benefits to Artstrek of having communities aware and invested in students to attend this wonderful event are immeasurable. Please let us know if you're interested - we would love to help.

I would also love to extend my personal thanks to those who have contributed to our 100X100 campaign thus far. You truly are Angels of Theatre Alberta. This edition of Buzz is a great example of the many different ways Theatre Alberta can have a direct and positive impact in the professional and educational lives of the members of our community. We need your help to find more Angels like you: please pass along information about our campaign to individuals and organizations that you think may be interested. Let's keep this momentum building!

Happy New Year, from all of us at Theatre Alberta.

Keri Mitchell (née Ekberg)
Executive Director

“It’s important that the audience feels empowered to break all the rules that they’ve been trained in over their lifetime."

(creators of the site-specific international hit Sleep No More)

What's New at Theatre Alberta

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100Angels

A HUGE thank you to those who kickstarted our 100 Angels of Theatre Alberta campaign:

Keri & Adam Mitchell
Aaron, Miki & Adara Talbot
Cailín M
Michele Brown
Wil Knoll

Brenda Holliday
Julie Sinclair
Geoffrey Ewert
Claude Giroux
Karen Johnson-Diamond, Kevin Cork & Griffen Cork

We're 10% of the way there! By pooling resources with other like-minded supporters, our Angels' individual donations push above their weight and make a significant difference towards maintaining a vibrant, healthy theatre community in Alberta. How exactly, you ask? Let's let a Theatre Alberta member answer for us:

I believe the community is enhanced and benefited by the many facets of Theatre Alberta’s diverse offerings. As an individual artist, I access the Theatre Alberta website for information on auditions and job postings. I use the library service and read both Theatre Buzz and All Stages magazine to stay informed on what is happening in the community and in Alberta. And this year I attended my first PlayWorks Ink – it was a wonderfully informative and engaging weekend...
~ Sara Van Tassel
Artistic Director, Walterdale Theatre Associates

We're looking 90 more Angels to help members like Sarah continue to grow and prosper. Will you become one?

For more information about donating to Theatre Alberta, please contact Dawn Ius, Fund Development Coordinator, by phone at 780-422-8162 (or 888-422-8160 toll free outside of Edmonton) or by email at [email protected]. Thank you so much for your support!

 

ARTSTREK 2012 - SUPPORT FOR COMMUNITY SPONSORSHIPS

If you're planning to attend Artstrek this year, you may wish to consider applying for a community sponsorship or scholarship. This is not only a great way to offset Artstrek fees - obtaining a community sponsorship also looks great on an employment resume or post-secondary school application, and it demonstrates to us your commitment to attending this year's Artstrek program. And, Theatre Alberta can help!

Artstrek

If you are interested in sourcing funding from within your community to attend Artstrek, Theatre Alberta has information and resources to get you started. The earlier you begin, the more likely you'll be able to secure funding by the time applications become available online (mid-March). Click here for information on how to get started!

 

APPLY TO BE A 2012 ARTSTREK SUPERVISOR!

Artstrek2012

Theatre Alberta is looking for individuals with previous Artstrek experience, excellent interpersonal skills and strong leadership ability. Applicants must have attended Artstrek as a student, have been away from the program for at least one year and be between 19 and 25 years of age.

To apply, send Theatre Alberta: a cover letter outlining your reasons for wanting to be a supervisor and your qualifications for the position; your theatre and employment resume; and your photograph.

Send your application to: [email protected]
All applications must be received by March 2

 

EMERGE 2012 DATES ANNOUNCED

Theatre Alberta's annual audition event for post-secondary acting program graduates is nearly here! The final dates are:

EMERGE EDMONTON will take place
MONDAY, April 16, 2012 in Zeidler Hall at the Citadel Theatre.

EMERGE CALGARY will take place
MONDAY, April 23, 2012 in the John Dutton Theatre at the Downtown Branch of the Calgary Public Library.

Emerge

“Save the Date” emails have been sent out but we’re certain we missed some people (we aren’t perfect after all). So, if you would like to come to EMERGE in either Edmonton or Calgary drop our programmer, Michelle Kennedy, a line ([email protected]) and let her know you’d like to come! Please don’t forget to include your company name (or tell her you’re a freelancer), your email address and your favourite colour. Ok, you don’t have to include that last bit…

And keep your eyes glued to theatrealberta.com/emerge for more information about EMERGE as it happens.

 

Deadline to apply: JANUARY 20, 2012

In the last few years,The American High School Theatre Festival (AHSTF), which works in conjunction with the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, has opened its program to Canadian high schools. Local, regional and national theatre organizations nominate high school theatre programs to the AHSTF, which then invites selected schools to apply for potential participation in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Each nominated school goes through an extensive application process before being considered to perform as part of the festival. Selected schools will have more than a year to plan and fundraise for this opportunity – which can be very costly. Several high schools from Alberta have previously participated in the program. The AHSTF does not allow schools to participate in consecutive years. If you would like Theatre Alberta to consider nominating a high school drama program to the AHSTF, please let us know by January 20th, 2012.

Please include:

  • Your name and contact info;
  • The name and contact info of the school including the name of the drama teacher whose program you’re forwarding for consideration; and
  • Your reasons for recommending the program (most important).

Email the information to Julie at [email protected].

Alberta schools that have participated in this program in the past include:
Lord Beaverbrook High School (Calgary)
Ecole Secondaire Beaumont Composite High School (Beaumont)
M.E. Lazerte and Ross Sheppard (Edmonton)
Notre Dame High School (Red Deer)
Strathcona High School (Edmonton)

 

Call for submissions: Theatre Alberta's Blogroll

If you maintain or follow an Alberta-based theatre blog, we want to list it on our website. Send an email to Aaron Talbot with the blog link and a short description of the blog and we'll add it to our Theatre Links page.

Blog authors who are Theatre Alberta members may also submit their blog to be promoted on our Classifieds feed and throughout our information network. (This service is also available to non-members for a $25 administrative fee - see our Classifieds FAQs page for more information.) Click here to join Theatre Alberta today!

If you have comments or questions about our website, please contact Aaron Talbot, Communications and Marketing Coordinator, by email at [email protected] or call him at 780-422-8162 (or 888-422-8160 toll free outside of Edmonton).

Buzz Correction:

The December 2011 edition of Buzz included a Classified listing for Stage Struck! that indicated Walterdale Theatre Associates as the festival producer. This is not the case: Stage Struck! is produced by the Alberta Drama Festival Association (ADFA) and is the Adult One-Act Festival for the Edmonton Region.

We apologize for any confusion this may have caused. Please contact Mary-Ellen Perley at [email protected] for more information about Stage Struck! and the ADFA.

 

LIBRARY NEWS

We aim to serve you better! Theatre Alberta's Library has undergone a recent upgrade to its software to help serve the needs of our members better. The upgrade to L4U Elite took place back in December. In addition to online reserves, members can now also renew titles online. The upgrade will also significantly reduce service interruptions for members searching the library catalogue online.

For instructions on reserving or renewing books visit the library at: theatrealberta.com/library and click "My Services." If you have any questions, please contact us at 780-422-8162 or 1-800-422-8160 between 10am and 3pm, Monday through Saturday.

Thanks to everyone who remembered to return books over the busy holiday season!

 

LIBRARY HOURS

There are no further library closures scheduled for January 2012.

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Theatre News

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Stories listed in order of those most recently posted in Theatre Alberta NEWS.

ALBERTA DRAMA FESTIVAL ASSOCIATION

Updates for January 2012

Stage Struck! 2012 (Edmonton Region) has had a tremendous response from theatre artists this year. We actually had to create a waiting list! The Stage Struck committee will be meeting this coming weekend to decide the order for the festival which Mieko Ouchi will adjudicate. We are looking forward to a very successful and entertaining festival.

The One-Act Festival for the Big Valley Region of the Alberta Drama Festival Association has been set for Saturday, February 18 at the Forestburg Community Centre, Forestburg, Alberta.

HILL STRATEGIES REPORT ON CULTURAL INVESTMENT

Hill Strategies Research Inc. has released a study comparing the municipal cultural investment in five of Canada’s largest cities: Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto, Ottawa and Montréal.

PLAYWRIGHTS GUILD OF CANADA (PGC) 2012 AWARDS SCHEDULE

Guidelines and Applications now available for Best New Comedy, The Carol Bolt Award for Playwrights, and Post-Secondary Playwriting Competition .

ALBERTA FOUNDATION FOR THE ARTS PROGRAM DEADLINE REMINDER

The AFA has moved the winter deadline for the Individual Artists Project Grant Program to February 1, commencing in 2012. The fall deadline remains September 1.

CALL FOR NOMINATIONS: EDMONTON HALL OF FAME 2012 INDUCTEES

The Salute to Excellence Committee is currently gathering nominations to honour outstanding Edmontonians who, through their participation in arts and culture, community service, or sports, have made exemplary contributions to the quality of life in Edmonton. Deadline to nominate: February 22.

 

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Assassins
Girls-Collide
enron
Waiting-for-Godot
Mikado
Spring-Awakening

Shows Opening

January 11 - February 4

Click here for the full Playbill

Albertan work indicates production was written/collectively created by an Albertan artist/group
Canadian work indicates production was written/collectively created by a Canadian artist/group

 

CALGARY


THE 2012 HIGH PERFORMANCE RODEO
Jan 4 - 28, One Yellow Rabbit

THE COOK, THE SCOT, HIS LASS & HER LOVER Alberta work
Jan 6 - 20, Pegasus Performances

GUYS & DOLLS
Jan 10 - 15, University Of Calgary Operetta Company

PICASSO AT THE LAPIN AGILE
Jan 13 - 28, Morpheus Theatre

ASSASSINS
Jan 13 - 28, Front Row Centre Players

MUNSCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING
Jan 20 - Feb 11, Storybook Theatre Society

WHEN GIRLS COLLIDE Albertan work
Jan 21 - Feb 19, Vertigo Theatre

NEW YEAR BRINGS NEW TALES Canadian work
Jan 25, Tales Calgary
Email for more information.

THE 39 STEPS
Jan 26 - Apr 1, Stage West Calgary

ENRON
Jan 31 - Feb 19, Theatre Calgary

ENBRIDGE PLAYRITES FESTIVAL OF NEW CANADIAN PLAYS Alberta work
Feb 1 - Mar 4, Alberta Theatre Projects (ATP)

N00B Alberta work
Feb 3 - 11, Y Stage @ Vertigo Theatre

 

EDMONTON


DRACULA: THE PANTO
Jan 6 - 8 and 13 - 15, Alberta St. George Of England Society
Contact 780-467-4122 for more information

SEUSSICAL
Jan 14 - 29, The Citadel Theatre / Robbins Academy

THE CANOE THEATRE FESTIVAL
Jan 17 - 22, Workshop West Theatre

LIG & BITTLEAlberta work
Jan 26 - 28, Concrete Theatre @ Fringe Theatre Adventures

BLIND DATE Alberta work
Jan 28 - Feb 19, The Citadel Theatre / Robbins Academy

WAITING FOR GODOT
Feb 1 - 12, Wishbone Theatre @ Fringe Theatre Adventures

THE MIKADO
Feb 4, 7, 9, Edmonton Opera

 

ALBERTA


PRINCESS PRUDENCE AND THE FAIREST IN THE LAND Alberta work
Jan 1 - Mar 31, Evergreen Theatre (School Tour)

FISHING FOR FRANK Canadian work
Jan 6 - 26, Central Alberta Theatre, Red Deer

SNOW WHITE AND THE 7 DWARFS
Jan 12 - 22, Grande Prarie Live Theatre, Grande Prairie

THE HIGHEST STEP IN THE WORLD Albertan work
Jan 27 - 28, Ghost River Theatre @ The Arden Theatre, St. Albert

HERE ON THE FLIGHT PATH Albertan work
Feb 2 - 18, Grande Prairie Live Theatre, Grande Prairie

SPRING AWAKENING
Feb 2 - 11, Hometown Acting Studio @ Medicine Hat College Theatre, Medicine Hat

FOOLS BY NEIL SIMON
Feb 3 - 4, Rare Form Theatre @ Shell Theatre, Fort Saskatchewan

 

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Auditions

 

CALGARY

SOPRANO REQUIRED FOR SITE-SPECIFIC OPERETTA

Seeking a non-equity actor/soprano, preferably classically trained, for a five-minute site-specific operetta. The performance is part of Swallow-A-Bicycle’s site-specific performance tours at the 2012 High Performance Rodeo.

THE MAKING OF WARRIORS BY SHARON POLLOCK

Rocky Mountain College is seeking four physically able, movement-based performers (non-equity) to act, move, improvise, and create storyscapes and soundscapes for the production. Audition date: January 18.

HERITAGE PARK SUMMER THEATRE PROGRAM

Heritage Park is seeking character interpreters for their spring/summer street theatre program. Become part of the team of actors presenting scripted and historically based vignettes through a variety of theatrical forms. Audition dates: March 25 - 26.

 

EDMONTON

ONE-ACT - THE QUESTION - STAGE STRUCK! 2012

Actors are required for two male characters in their late 30s to mid 40s. The Question will be performed at Stage Struck! 2012 with a possibility to be produced at the 2012 Edmonton Fringe Festival. Audition date: January 12.

KISS ME KATE

ELOPE (Ensemble for Lyrical Operetta Productions Edmonton) is seeking actors for its production of Kiss Me Kate. No previous acting experience required. Audition dates: January 17 & 20.

CAPITOL THEATRE 2012 SEASON

Capitol Theatre in Fort Edmonton Park is seeking actors for two productions in 2012. We are focused on using new and local talent in as many productions as possible. Deadline to apply: January 27.

FROM CRADLE TO STAGE - WALTERDALE THEATRE FESTIVAL OF ONE-ACTS

Walterdale Theatre Associates produces two new works by local playwrights. Be a part of the première performances of Apocalypse, Saskatchewan by Dion Huel and The Carrying by Jennifer Roberts. Audition dates: February 12 and 13.

 

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Job Postings

 

CALGARY

SUPPORT FACILITATOR

Inside Out Theatre is seeking seeking one part-time Support Facilitator to guide or help guide participants who are deaf or hard-of-hearing through theatre workshops and possibly a performance by the end of the sessions. Deadline: Open until filled (sessions begin January 20).

RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT MANAGER

Theatre Junction GRAND is seeking a resource development manager responsible for generating contributed revenue and providing strategic leadership as it relates to identifying, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding donors. Deadline: Open until filled.

PRODUCTION MANAGER

Alberta Theatre Projects (ATP) is seeking a Production Manager. The Production Manager supervises ATP’s Technical Director and a seasonal shop and stage crew of 10+, and is an active member of the company’s leadership team. Deadline: January 31 (to submit an expression of interest).

PROFESSIONAL MENTORS, DESIGNERS & STAGE MANAGERS

Theatre BSMT is seeking a variety of positions for upcoming productions. We work as a professional co-operative, where the company pays for the production costs and the artists split the box office intake. Professional Mentors will be paid in accordance with Equity wages and will not receive a cut of the box office. Deadline: January 15, 2012.

 

EDMONTON

STAGE MANAGER AND DESIGNERS

Capitol Theatre in Fort Edmonton Park is seeking a stage manager and designer submissions for its 2012 season. Deadline: January 27.

THEATRE INSTRUCTORS AND ASSISTANTS

Foote Theatre School is seeking experienced instructors in acting, musical theatre, etc. for children (ages 4 and up), teens and adults. Also looking for Teaching Assistants to work with our instructors. Deadline: Open until filled.

MARKETING AND DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANT

The Citadel Theatre has an opening for a Marketing and Development Assistant, who will work as part of the Marketing and Development Team in achieving departmental Audience and Fund Development goals. Deadline: Open until filled.

USHERS

The Citadel Theatre is seeking reliable, customer service oriented individuals to provide assistance to our patrons as Ushers. Deadline: Open until filled.

FRONT OF HOUSE SUPERVISOR

The Citadel Theatre is seeking reliable, customer service oriented individuals to provide leadership in our Guest Services Department as a part-time Front of House (FOH) Supervisor. Deadline: Open until filled.

 

ALBERTA

FESTIVAL AND EVENTS MANAGER - Fort McMurray

Events Wood Buffalo is seeking an individual that can demonstrate strong interpersonal and communication skills with an ability to work effectively with a wide range of contractors, vendors, municipal departments, and project volunteers. Deadline: Open until filled.

FESTIVAL AND EVENTS ADMINISTRATION ASSISTANT - Fort McMurray

Events Wood Buffalo is seeking an individual that is looking for a challenging position within a fast paced environment who can contribute to the efficient day-to-day administrative operations of the organization and support the work of management and other staff in a professional and courteous manner. Deadline: Open until filled.

STAGE MANAGER - Alberta tour

Centre Stage Theatre (Red Deer) is seeking a stage manager (lighting and sound board experience, putting together sets) for one week in February (19th – 23rd). Accommodations, meals and a vehicle will be provided; salary to be discussed. Deadline: Open until filled.

 

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Workshops and Classes

 

CALGARY

ACTING CLASSES FOR THE STAGE AND SCREEN

Classes begin January 20. Various courses in acting and modelling now accepting registrations. Classes taught by instructors Ania Danylo, Eric Pettifor and Lisa Harrigan.

LEARN THE ARTIST'S WAY WITH CAROLINE RUSSELL-KING

Eight weeks beginning January 23. The Artist’s Way is a course in discovering and recovering your creative self. It will take you to the next level as a writer.

 

EDMONTON

FOOTE THEATRE SCHOOL 2012 SEASON

Various dates - Space still available for select classes. Foote Theatre School offers classes in acting, musical theatre and more for children, teens and adults. All classes on sale now.

FOLLOWSPOT THEATRE SCHOOL WINTER REGISTRATION

January 10 - June 19. Welcoming beginners as well as those with experience! FollowSpot Theatre School offers various courses in acting, improvisation, voice and more.

CITY ARTS CENTRE 2012 CLASSES: MUSICAL THEATRE & AUDITIONING

January 23 - March 19: Musical Theatre – A Fun Intro!
March 25 - April 1: Auditioning – Get the Part You Want!

A TASTE OF THE CIRCUS - FIREFLY AERIAL ARTS

February 19. Climb to the top of a circus rope, swing from a trapeze, spin in an aerial silks cocoon and jump on an Olympic sized trampoline. No experience necessary – just a positive attitude!

ALBERTA PLAYWRIGHTS' NETWORK (APN) EDMONTON PLAYWRIGHTS' CIRCLE

February 27 - April 23. The APN Edmonton Playwrights' Circle is back and Conni Massing will lead a small and mighty bunch onto the next level with their pieces of theatre. Spots still available.

 

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Events

CALGARY READING SERIES - THE BASEMENT BOYS BY STEVEN OWAD

Three young men who live in their parent's basements struggle in making the jump to adulthood. How can they grasp maturity when they've spent years without challenging themselves or seeking out real life? January 21, 3:00 PM at Lunchbox Theatre.

JANUARY OPERA BRUNCH - EDMONTON OPERA - Edmonton

Join Edmonton Opera at the Westin Hotel for a morning of fantastic food and a unique, intimate recital by the artists starring in each of its mainstage productions. January 22 at 11:00 AM.

JANUARY STRICTLY SHOW TUNES SING-ALONG - Calgary

Lynn Marie Calder’s monthly Strictly Show Tunes Sing-Along continues at the Auburn – This month's featured shows: Cabaret, The Music Man, Peter Pan, Pirates of Penzance and Guys and Dolls . January 23 at 7:30 PM.

 

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Space

EXPRESSIONZ CAFE CENTRE - Edmonton

We have SPACE (office – rehearsal – meeting – performance) and we are looking to form long-term relationships with arts groups for the mutual benefit of both organizations. Come play, create and perform at Expressionz Café.

 

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Volunteer

NO NEW VOLUNTEER LISTINGS POSTED AT THIS TIME

 

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Calls For Submissions

NEXTFEST 2012 THEATRE SUBMISSIONS - Edmonton

Nextfest is seeking proposals from emerging artists under the age of 30, whom have made personal commitments to a career in the arts, are not yet recognized with professional associations, and are in need of professional development and exposure. (Proposals received earlier rather than later will have greater opportunity for consideration and dialogue.) Deadline: Open until filled.

NOMINATIONS FOR THE 25TH MAYOR'S CELEBRATION FOR THE ARTS - Edmonton

Nominations are now being accepted for eight awards presented to Edmonton arts patrons and supporters. Deadline is January 16, 2012, at 4:30 pm.

MFA IN THEATRE VOICE PEDAGOGY RECRUITMENT - Edmonton

The Department of Drama at the University of Alberta is now recruiting for September 2012 admission to the MFA Theatre Voice Pedagogy program. Deadline: February 1.

2012 LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR OF ALBERTA EMERGING ARTIST AWARDS - Province-wide

Up to ten awards of $10,000 each, to recognize promising artists, early in their careers, no matter what age they may be. Deadline for submissions: February 10, 2012.

 

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Other

WARDROBE NEEDED FOR HIGH SCHOOL PRODUCTION OF GREASE

Red Deer High School looking to rent / borrow / buy 1950s costumes for an upcoming (March 2012) production of GREASE (School Version).

 

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Donors, New & Renewing Members

DONORS: THANK YOU!

Julie Ishida, Jeremy Mason, Julie Sinclair

Thank you to Westlock Drama Society for your donation of books to Theatre Alberta's Library.

Thank you to Barbara & Anthony Dias, Gillian Dias, Giselle Dias, Deborah Ferguson,
Kevin & Renee Riley, Anthony Urquhart and Danielle & Brian Urquhart for your donation to the Michelle Dias Community Service Award.

100 Angels of Theatre Alberta campaign:

Keri & Adam Mitchell
Aaron, Miki & Adara Talbot
Cailín M
Michele Brown
Wil Knoll

Brenda Holliday
Julie Sinclair
Geoffrey Ewert
Claude Giroux
Karen Johnson-Diamond, Kevin Cork & Griffen Cork

NEW MEMBERS

Individuals
Ania Danylo, Bethany Hughes, Brianna Johnson, Andrew Kooman

Groups
Hope Management

RENEWING MEMBERS

Individuals
Kathy Classen, Melanie Godbout, Elizabeth Hobbs, Nicole Moeller, Caroline Russel-King, Margaret Shone, Ken Agrell-Smith, Jennifer Wong

Groups
Dirty Laundry

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