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JULY 2012

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Notes for July

We are deeply saddened to announce the passing of Theatre Alberta Board Member and friend Keith Ewasiuk. Keith joined the Theatre Alberta Board in 2010 as we celebrated the 50th Anniversaries of Artstrek and Dramaworks, and was a long time member and supporter of our organization.

Having taught musical theatre and drama at École Secondaire Beaumont Composite High School since 1988, "Mr. E" has touched the lives and inspired the careers of thousands of drama students and theatre artists across the Edmonton area, Alberta, and Canada. He was an active member of the Alberta High School Drama Festival Association, as well as a director in the Edmonton theatre community.

We extend our support and condolences to all of Keith's family and loved ones, as together we remember and mourn the loss of a great man. An obituary will appear in this weekend's paper, and a celebration of Keith's life will be held Wednesday, July 18th at 2:00pm at the McDougall United Church in Edmonton.

We have asked Jan Taylor to write a brief message about Keith for this edition of Buzz:

 

My dear friend and colleague, Keith Ewasiuk passed away on July 8, 2012 after a short, but intense, battle with cancer.

Keith’s contributions to theatre spanned close to forty years, sparked in grade twelve by drama classes at Archbishop O’Leary School in Edmonton and coming to a close after a twenty-four year dedication to drama classes at Beaumont High School.

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It was at Beaumont High that I first worked with Keith. Urged by one of his star students, he decided to step over the abyss from straight plays to a musical (Godspell, 1994) and in his terror, he pulled me in as a quasi- musical director/vocal coach. Looking back I realize now that I knew only slightly more than Keith, but boy oh boy, we both gained a lot over our long-time collaboration. Some of our highlights: even students who have difficulty singing can muster up enough acting chops to win a provincial one-act award (Mikado, 1995) and enough charisma to win the hearts of an audience (Once Upon a Mattress, 1998). We also learned that teenagers may not admit it, but they don’t have trouble acting like children with parents (How to Eat Like a Child, 2000, 2007), or without (Annie, 1999). And most importantly we learned that you can make almost anything out of a pool noodle (Seussical, 2006).

I am so sad, and yes, also angry, that my time with Keith has been cut short; I fear I won’t feel the full impact of losing him until fall and for the first time in almost twenty years we will not be working on a musical together (he had finally promised to do Anne of Green Gables). I know his untimely passing will be felt profoundly by his family and close friends and by the thousands of people he sparked with a deep love for theatre –students, fellow educators, collaborators, community theatre associates and Theatre Alberta comrades.

Good bye my dear friend. You will be missed, but definitely not forgotten.

Jan Taylor
Theatre Alberta member and friend

“The heavens themselves blaze forth the death of princes."

~ William Shakespeare, Julius Caesar

 

What's New at Theatre Alberta

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THEATRE ALBERTA CASINO REMINDER

PLEASE MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR NOVEMBER 22 AND 23, 2012.

Theatre Alberta will be holding its casino at the Baccarat Casino — located in downtown Edmonton. We are looking for existing or new members to volunteer. Please contact the office and we’ll be happy to give you more information. Don’t worry if you’ve never worked a casino before (or even if you’ve never stepped foot in one!) there are a variety of easy roles to fill. You’ll be having fun with friends, meeting new members, and helping ensure Theatre Alberta receives vital funding.

Call us at 780-422-8162 (toll free 1-888-422-8160) or email us at [email protected] to volunteer.

All volunteers receive credit towards their Theatre Alberta membership!

 

CENOVUS ENERGY SUPPORTS ARTSTREK 2012 SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

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Theatre Alberta is proud to announce we have applied a $5,000 donation from Cenovus Energy to sponsor the Artstrek 2012 Scholarship program.

“We are excited and grateful to partner with Cenovus to help kids that need financial assistance to come to Artstrek,” notes Keri Mitchell, Theatre Alberta Executive Director. “Memories made at Artstrek last a lifetime and you never want a family to say, ‘We just can’t afford it.’ With Cenovus’s help, they don’t have to!”

Cenovus Energy is a Canadian oil company. The company looks to create shared value by collaborating with community organizations through its community investment program.

This year, 15 students are receiving Theatre Alberta Scholarships to attend Artstrek. By applying Cenovus Energy's donation towards the Scholarship program, Theatre Alberta is working to ensure Artstrek is accessible to all Albertan teens, regardless of ability to pay.

From all of us at Theatre Alberta, thank you Cenovus Energy for your investment in Artstrek 2012!

Click here for full story.

 

ARTSTREK 2012 COMMUNITY SPONSORSHIP PARTNERS

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Theatre Alberta would like to extend our gratitude to the community organizations across our province who have sponsored teens to attend Artstrek 2012.

This year 21 students in Exploration I and II took the initiative to source funding from organizations within their communities to help pay the cost of their Artstrek program fees. Students received either full or partial sponsorships from their community sponsor.

We are incredibly grateful to these organizations for their support of Theatre Alberta and theatre arts education in our province. Many sponsors are long-time members of Theatre Alberta and their continued engagement with us and our programs is invaluable.

Community sponsors for Artstrek 2012 include:

About Time Productions
Alberta High School Drama Festival Association
Blackie Lions Club
Devona Reid
Edmonton Public School Board (Ben Suave Scholarship)
Horizon Stage
Horizon Stagelighters
NuFloors Prism Paint & Wallpaper Fashions
Peace Players
Rogue Players Dramatists' Guild
Rotary Club of Calgary
Theatre 75
Windmill Theatre Players

Thank you once again for your support!

 

WELCOME TO OUR NEW BOARD MEMBERS

Theatre Alberta held its Annual General Meeting on July 7th and we are pleased to welcome our new members of our Board of Directors:

Lynda Adams (Red Deer)
Michelle Brandenburg (Calgary)
Cyril Cook (Grande Prairie)
Kristen Finlay (Edmonton)

We also want to acknowledge and thank our Outgoing Board Members for their outstanding service to Theatre Alberta. The following excerpt is from Michele Brown's President's Report:

Amy DeFelice for your compassion and commitment to the integral values of our organization.
Anne Marie Szucs for your tenacity and dedication to the fiscal stewardship of Theatre Alberta and your clarity and vision at the Board table.
Adrian Tanasichuk for your ready and willing attitude and desire to help whenever help was needed.
Thomas Usher for indefatigable optimism and your inspiring and steady commitment to Theatre Alberta not to mention your stellar recording of minutes.

 

DRAMAWORKS 2012 IS A WRAP - THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!

A huge explosion of gratitude to everyone involved in Dramaworks 2012 - you all helped us make this year's event a resounding success!

77 participants from across Alberta travelled to Edmonton for our biennial adult theatre workshop event. We welcomed folks from Whitelaw in the north to Okotoks in the south, from Hinton in the west to Lloydminster in the east (SK side!). We were pleased to also welcome participants from as far as Manitoba and Québec.

Thank you to our Dramaworks instructors for creating such a dynamic and exciting curriculum this year in Immersive Theatre, Playwriting, Singing Technique, Lighting, Meisner Technique and Theatre Boot Camp.

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We'd like to especially thank the University of Alberta Department of Drama for hosting Dramaworks 2012 once again this year. Thank you to Campus Tower Suite Hotel and Lister Centre for making space available for our out-of-town participants. And a special thank you to Catalyst Theatre and Northern Light Theatre for all of your support.

We've emailed a Dramworks 2012 survey to all participants through Survey Monkey. We really value your input and your thoughts - please take a few moments to let us know about your experience. If you did not receive an email with a link to our Dramaworks 2012 survey, please contact Michelle Kennedy, Programmer at 780-422-8162 (toll-free 1-888-422-8160 outside of Edmonton) or by email at [email protected].

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ANDREW RITCHIE: 2012 MICHELLE DIAS AWARD RECIPIENT

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Theatre Alberta is proud to announce the recipient of the inaugural Michelle Dias Community Service Award: Andrew Ritchie.

Andrew was selected by a jury of Theatre Alberta board members and representatives from the Citadel Theatre (where Michelle Dias was Head of Scenic Art for 16 years).

While the field of applicants was extremely competitive, Andrew’s award submission demonstrated a selfless commitment to the Alberta theatre community and to sharing knowledge with his colleagues and peers.

Andrew received a full scholarship to attend Dramaworks 2012.

Michelle Dias was a well-loved member of the Alberta theatre community. She was an invaluable Dramaworks instructor and a former Dramaworks participant – she was a guest speaker at the 50th Anniversary event for Dramaworks in 2010. Michelle was also instrumental in the creation of Theatre Alberta’s Safe Stages, a vital resource for health and safety best practices in the theatre.

Michelle passed away unexpectedly on September 6, 2011, in Edmonton. In recognition of Michelle’s contributions to Theatre Alberta and the wider provincial theatre community, Theatre Alberta created a scholarship for our Dramaworks program in her name.

 

PUBLICIZE YOUR FRINGE SHOW ON THEATRE ALBERTA'S CLASSIFIEDS

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Theatre Alberta members are invited to publicize their upcoming Calgary Fringe and/or Edmonton Fringe productions through one of the most popular sections of our website – Classifieds.

Simply fill out this online form, choose a date you wish your listing to be published and voilà - you have your own dedicated web post. You can upload a picture and one other piece of media – be it a song (mp3 file), poster, or another photo. (If you have a promo video on YouTube or another video sharing site, simply type in the URL of your video and it will automatically embed in your post.)

If you wish to update your listing – say, when your five-star review comes out and you want to upload a copy or link to the article - no problem! You will receive a unique hyperlink to have your post updated as new information becomes available.

Best of all, this service is free for Theatre Alberta members. (Membership must be current through August 2012.) Not a member? Need to renew? Visit theatrealberta.com/membership/ and apply or renew your membership online. Fees are low, and you’ll be eligible for all the perks that a Theatre Alberta membership has to offer!

 

LIBRARY HOURS

Just a reminder that Theatre Alberta's Library is now closed on Saturdays until September.

Theatre Alberta's Library will be closed August 4 - 6 for the Heritage Day long weekend.
The Drop Box will be unavailable.

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Theatre News

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

BETTY MITCHELL AWARD NOMINEES ANNOUNCED

The Betty Mitchell Awards nominees were announced on July 3rd at The Auburn Saloon. The awards ceremony will take place on August 27 in Calgary.

CANADA COUNCIL INCREASES SUPPORT FOR INTERNATIONAL ACCESS

The Canada Council for the Arts announced that it is adding $2 million to its existing support to individual artists and arts organizations to access international markets

2012 ELIZABETH STERLING HAYNES AWARDS

The 25th Annual Elizabeth Sterling Haynes Awards ceremony was held on June 25th. Congratulations to all the recipients and nominees!

CANADIAN CONFERENCE OF THE ARTS VOWS TO CONTINUE

The Canadian Conference of the Arts (CCA) has vowed to continue its operations in spite of its loss of Federal funding.

AZIMUTH THEATRE'S LIVINGROOM PLAYHOUSE SAVED

Azimuth Theatre’s Living Room Playhouse in Edmonton will remain open after a new partnership was announced with the John Humphrey Centre for Peace And Human Rights.

NICOLE MOELLER WINS GWEN PHARIS RINGWOOD AWARD FOR DRAMA

The Writers Guild of Alberta revealed the winners of the 2012 Alberta Literary Awards in Calgary on June 9, 2012. Congratulations Nicole, from all of us at Theatre Alberta!

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Shows Opening

May 1 – June 9

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


COTTAGE COUNTRY CARNAGE Alberta work
Jun 4 - 23, Pegasus Performances @ Deane House Restaurant

CALGARY FRINGE FESTIVAL
Aug 3 - 11, Calgary Fringe Festival @ various venues

 

 

EDMONTON


NINE
Jul 4 - 14, Walterdale Playhouse

AN EVENING OF ONE ACT COMEDIES
Jul 19 - 29, The Capitol Theatre

 

 

ALBERTA


MY NAME IS ASHER LEV
Jul 4 - Aug 25, Rosebud Theatre, Rosebud

THE CANADIAN BADLANDS PASSION PLAY Alberta work
Jul 13 - 22, Canadian Badlands Passion Play, Drumheller

22nd ANNUAL TRANSALTA INTERPLAY FESTIVAL
Aug 2 - 5, Events Wood Buffalo @ various venues, Fort McMurray

 

FRINGE PRODUCTIONS

Detailed Fringe Festival show descriptions submitted to Theatre Alberta for publicity.
Click here for information on how to submit your show.

 

BURNT AT THE STEAK
Calgary & Edmonton Fringe, Carolann Valentino Productions

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Auditions

 

CALGARY

SEASON GENERALS - MOB HIT PRODUCTIONS

Mob Hit Productions is seeking male and female performers aged 18+ for our 2012/13 general auditions. Audition dates: July 19 & 20.

SCHOOL TOURING PRODUCTION

If you are high energy, 25 – 30, with a valid driver’s license, have no criminal convictions, no addictions, and if you wish to refine and hone your craft, this might just be the production for you. This is for two (2) person teams in CALGARY, VANCOUVER and EDMONTON. Auditions by appointment only.

 

EDMONTON

RAGTIME - TWO ONE-WAY TICKETS TO BROADWAY PRODUCTIONS

Two ONE-WAY Tickets To Broadway Productions seeking an ethnically diverse cast for its fall production. Audition dates: July 13, 14, 15.

A FEW GOOD MEN - CITADEL THEATRE

The Citadel Theatre and the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre are seeking 2 male actors for their upcoming production of A Few Good Men. Audition by appointment only.

SCHOOL TOURING PRODUCTION

If you are high energy, 25 – 30, with a valid driver’s license, have no criminal convictions, no addictions, and if you wish to refine and hone your craft, this might just be the production for you. This is for two (2) person teams in CALGARY, VANCOUVER and EDMONTON. Auditions by appointment only.

 

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Job Postings

 

CALGARY

DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE

Theatre Calgary is seeking an individual primarily responsible for ongoing stewardship and benefit delivery to the Theatre’s established network of corporate, contra and foundations-based sponsors and donors. Deadline: July 13, 4 p.m.

PRODUCTION AND PROGRAM COORDINATOR

Evergreen Theatre is seeking a creative, highly organized and self-motivated individual with strong communication skills to support the overall performance of the company and contribute to the professional functioning of the organization. Deadline: July 30.

BAR SERVICES MANAGER

Vertigo Theatre is seeking a dynamic individual for the position of Bar Services Manager. Reporting to the Business Manager, the Bar Services Manager is a key contributor to the growth of this revenue stream. Deadline: July 31.

 

EDMONTON


FRONT-OF-HOUSE MANAGERS

Walterdale Theatre Associates (WTA) requires 2 Front-of-House Managers to represent the theatre and to look after the theatre’s interests during the Edmonton Fringe Festival. Deadline: July 16.

GENERAL MANAGER

Theatre Network is seeking a dedicated and energetic individual for the full-time position of General Manager of the company, which owns and operates the Roxy Theatre on 124th street in Edmonton. Deadline: July 31.

PUPPETEER

Edmonton Eplilepsy Association is seeking a part-time puppeteer to perform two short scripts for its Kids On The Block program. Deadline: Open until filled.

VENUE MANAGER

Punctuate! Theatre is seeking an organized and enthusiastic student to fill the part-time position of Venue Manager at its Fringe venue. Deadline: Open until filled.

 

ALBERTA

THEATRE TECHNICIAN - Grande Prairie

Second Street Theatre is seeking an individual responsible for operating, maintaining and safeguarding the technical assets of the Theatre. Deadline: Open until filled.

THEATRE TECHNICIAN - Fort McMurray

Keyano College is seeking a highly motivated individual in the area of technical theatre. This is a permanent position commencing immediately. Deadline: Open until filled.

PROJECTIONS AND VIDEO DESIGNER - Fort McMurray

Keyano Theatre Company seeks a dynamic and creative individual to collect, corral, create and deliver all video and projection elements for HOMETOWN THE MUSICAL. Deadline: Open until filled.

MUSIC DIRECTOR - Fort McMurray

Keyano Theatre Company is seeking a Music Director for a new original musical entitled HOMETOWN THE MUSICAL. Deadline: Open until filled.

 

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Workshops and Classes

 

CALGARY

SKETCH COMEDY FOR TEENS - COMPANY OF ROGUES

July 21-22. This exciting workshop helps teens develop their creative voice and play for truth with comedic material. The workshop will culminate with a performance for a friends and family filled audience.

PRODUCING YOUR ACTING CAREER - COMPANY OF ROGUES

August 18-19. An intensive weekend workshop designed to get your acting business underway and keep it on track.

SUMMER PROGRAMS - ACTING FOR STAGE AND SCREEN - PRELUDE ARTISTS

Summer 2012. Now accepting registration for Summer Programs. Online registration available. Click headline for class dates and descriptions.

DEVISED PRODUCTION INTENSIVE - GHOST RIVER THEATRE

May 5-25, 2013. An invitation to interested professional and emerging artists and educators of various disciplines for the first ever national Ghost River Devised Production Intensive. Apply early to be considered for financial assistance.

 

EDMONTON

TAX INFORMATION FOR ARTISTS - EDMONTON ARTS COUNCIL (EAC)

July 19. The Edmonton Arts Council is pleased to invite Edmonton area artists to an information session on taxes geared towards the arts professional.

SUMMER WORKSHOP SCHEDULE - AZIMUTH THEATRE/ JOHN HUMPREY CENTRE

Summer 2012. Azimuth Theatre and the John Humphrey Centre for Peace and Human Rights is offering several workshops and programs. Click headline for dates and descriptions.

 

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Events

NEW CITY LEGION FRINGE PRODUCTIONS' FUNDRAISER - Edmonton

Jenie Thai is playing, Jay Burke is DJing Sunday, Satan is MCing. Proceeds go to Punctuate! Theatre, Send In The Girls Burlesque and Human Loser Theatre. July 15, Doors open at 9 p.m.

 

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Space

EVERGREEN STUDIO'S REHEARSAL TIME IN KIND PROGRAM - Calgary

Evergreen will donate a dollar-for-dollar matching of time in rehearsal spaces rented by the organization. Groups must be registered not-for-profit in Alberta.

 

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Volunteer

THEATRE ALBERTA CASINO - Edmonton

Theatre Alberta is looking for existing or new members to volunteer. All volunteers receive credit towards their Theatre Alberta membership! November 22-23.

 

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Calls For Submissions

DIRECTORS, STAGE MANAGERS, PRODUCERS - LEDUC DRAMA SOCIETY - Edmonton

Urgent call for Directors, Stage Managers and Producers for Leduc Drama Society’s 2012-2013 Season.

PERFORMERS - SUMMER PROJECT - Edmonton

Seeking a team of flexible, versatile and energetic performers from diverse cultural backgrounds for first phase of a project named Adisi Works/ Old Stories in New Ways.

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS - PACE - Edmonton

The Professional Arts Coalition of Edmonton is currently requesting proposals for contractors to assist in producing the 2013 Mayor's Celebration for the Arts. Deadline: July 17.

CREATION RESIDENCY OPPORTUNITY - CATALYST THEATRE - Edmonton

Catalyst Theatre invites submissions for a new work creation project in theatre, developed and produced over a two-season cycle. Deadline: July 23, 5 p.m.

DIRECTING INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY - CATALYST THEATRE - Edmonton

Catalyst Theatre seeks an intern who will observe and assist Catalyst’s Artistic Director as he works with the creative team on a new Catalyst production premiering in late April 2013. Deadline: July 23, 5 p.m.

24-HOUR PLAYWRITING CONTEST - PLAY IN A DAY - Edmonton

Play In A Day is a 24-hour playwriting competition which, through sheer will-power and 100% Arabica beans, aims to launch new scripts into development. Deadline: August 3.

ANNE OF GREEN GABLES QUILTING CONTEST - ROSEBUD THEATRE - Rosebud

Rosebud Theatre is looking for quilt blocks inspired by Canada’s favourite redhead – Anne Shirley. Quilters who submit these blocks have a chance to win prizes. Deadline: August 11.

ONE-ACT COMPETITION - WALTERDALE PLAYHOUSE - Edmonton

Walterdale Playhouse, Edmonton’s foremost community theatre company, is now accepting submissions for its annual one-act event, “From Cradle to Stage”. Deadline: September 14.

BSMT DWELLERS PLAYWRITING COMPETITION - THEATRE BSMT - Alberta

Theatre BSMT and Alberta Playwright’s Network (APN) call for scripts for a new playwriting competition for emerging Albertan Playwrights. Deadline for submissions: November 30.

ONE ACTS SCRIPTS FOR PUBLICATION - PLAYWRIGHTS CANADA PRESS - National

Playwrights Canada Press invites submissions of English-language one-act plays suitable for high schools to be included in a new anthology for publication in 2014. Deadline for submissions: May 3, 2013.

 

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Other

FUNDRAISER - PENNIES FOR PLAYWRIGHTS - Alberta

In light of the recent discontinuation of the Canadian penny, Alberta Playwrights' Network (APN) has started a PENNY DRIVE supporting Playwright and Play Development in Alberta. All donations go directly ino APN programming.

 

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Donors, New & Renewing Members

DONORS: THANK YOU!

Jain Kurany, Sarah van Tassel, Nomi Stricker, Beth Jenkins, Kate Ryan, Cenovus Energy

Click here to view all donations to the 100 Angels of Theatre Alberta campaign!

NEW MEMBERS

Individuals
Lindsey Kapitzke, Kari Bell, Kristi Beange, Lauren Groves, Mary Kathleen Edwards, Ron Clark, Kerry Bowden, Jennifer J Roberts, Mark LaBelle, Tiffany Carlson, Cormac Nugent

Groups
Calgary International Fringe Theatre Festival,

RENEWING MEMBERS

Individuals
Beth Graham, Cody Ray Michie, Joyanne Rudiak, Arlene Orchard, Jessica Kazamel, Leah Beaudry, Wendy Punter, Josh Greschner, Pam Schmunk, Colleen Uhryn, Karen King, Elan Pratt, Elizabeth Budd, Valda Timmons, Thomas Usher, Erinn Webb

Groups
Vic Juba Community Theatre, Victoria School of the Arts, Irricana Theatre Society, Firefly Theatre and Circus Society, Mount Royal University Theatre Department, Walterdale Theatre Associates, Morpheus Theatre Society, Northern Light Theatre, University of Lethbridge, Promise Productions, Association L'UniThéâtre, Fringe Theatre Adventures

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