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SEPTEMBER 2012

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Notes for September

Hi Theatre Albertans.

I’m David van Belle, the editor of All Stages - Theatre Alberta’s tri-annual source for information about what’s happening in theatre communities across the province. In my spare time I’m also the co-Artistic Director of Ghost River Theatre in Calgary.

We’ve just released the Fall 2012 issue of All Stages, which marks the beginning of the magazine’s fourth year!

DvB

The current issue focuses on theatre outreach, highlighting the things that Alberta theatre artists are doing to engage communities outside of the theatre—health care professionals, at-risk youth, the elderly, the Deaf community and more.

You should have received your issue by now—I hope you enjoy it! (If you want to start receiving All Stages all you need to do is become a member of Theatre Alberta. It's easy to join or renew online - visit theatrealberta.com/membership to sign up, and we'll send you the current issue today!)

David van Belle
Editor, All Stages - Alberta's Theatre Magazine

“Your audience gives you everything you need. They tell you. There is no director who can direct you like an audience."

~ Fanny Brice

 

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!

 

THEATRE ALBERTA LIBRARY - NEW SCHEDULE REMINDER

As of September 4th, the library's NEW FALL HOURS are:

* Monday - 10am to 8pm
Tuesday - 10am to 3pm
Wednesday - 10am to 3pm
Thursday - 10am to 3pm
* Friday - CLOSED
Saturday - 10am to 3pm

Theatre Alberta's Library will be closed October 6 - 8 for the Thanksgiving long weekend. The Drop Box will be unavailable.

 

WELCOME MAURA PENN TO THEATRE ALBERTA

Maura

Theatre Alberta is excited to welcome and introduce our new Office Administrator/ Executive Assistant - Maura Penn.

Maura has been involved in the performing arts in one way or another for the past two and a half decades. When not administrating the Theatre Alberta office, Maura is currently enrolled in the Arts & Cultural Management program at Grant MacEwan University, continuing an education that originally started in the Theatre program at the University of Manitoba.

Maura’s favourite performance, however, is being a mother to two children, which continually involves all aspects of theatre arts on a daily basis, most notably in a director role.

Maura has been in the office since August and if you have phoned Theatre Alberta recently, you've probably already spoken to her on the phone. Feel free to contact Maura about Theatre Alberta membership and any general questions about Theatre Alberta operations. Email her at [email protected]. Welcome to the Theatre Alberta family, Maura!

 

2012-2013 PLAYBILL AND ALL STAGES FALL 2012 NOW AVAILABLE

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The 2012-2013 Playbill and the latest issue of All Stages magazine are hitting mailboxes across the province!

Click here to view the 2012-2013 Playbill online. Our online versions of Playbill - both desktop and mobile app versions - are fully searchable and are updated regularly. New features this year include playwright or creation group information, play genre descriptors, and "dark days" information (i.e. when the theatre is typically closed). Take a minute to browse through Playbill, and let us know what you think. Visit theatrealberta.com/playbill (or m.theatrealberta.com on your smart phone or tablet) today.

All Stages Fall 2012 focuses on Theatre Outreach - companies and individuals who work to engage other communities beyond the rehearsal hall. We have found some wonderful stories from across the province that we are eager to share with you. For a taste, visit All Stages Online to access video clips from a recent performance by Rising Sun Theatre - an Edmonton-based company that works with people with developmental and other disabilities.

 

DONATIONS IN MEMORY OF KEITH EWASIUK - THANK YOU!

Keith

We are overwhelmed and so very grateful to all those who have donated to Theatre Alberta in memory of Keith Ewasiuk. We have published a special webpage in honour of Keith with a list of all those who donated. Click here to view.

If you wish to donate to Theatre Alberta in memory of Keith, please visit theatrealberta.com/donate or call us at 780-422-8162 (or toll-free 1-888-422-8160). Theatre Alberta will provide a tax receipt for donations $20 and over.

Thank you again for your generosity and support.

 

ALBERTA CULTURE DAYS - PLAY READINGS AND OPEN HOUSE

Katherine Katherine Koller Nicole Nicole Moeller

 

In celebration of Culture Days 2012, Theatre Alberta and the Writer's Guild of Alberta will be co-presenting play readings featuring two amazingly talented Albertan playwrights: Katherine Koller and Nicole Moeller. Nicole and Katherine will read from their favourite works and will take questions from the audience. The event will take place in the Theatre Alberta Library on Saturday, September 29th, from 1-2pm and is entirely FREE.

Katherine lives in Edmonton and writes for radio, stage and screen. Her one-acts, including Cowboy Boots and a Corsage, have been produced at the Edmonton Fringe Festival, on CBC radio, and across the country. Some of her full-length plays include Coal Valley: the Making of a Miner (2005) and The Seed Savers (2009). Katherine teaches in the Department of English and Film Studies at the University of Alberta. Her website is www.katherinekoller.ca

Nicole is a playwright and arts administrator from Edmonton. Recent credits include: An Almost Perfect Thing (Workshop West, Outstanding New Play Sterling Award winner), Without You (Studio Theatre), My Gay Husband. What an A__hole. (Loud & Queer, Guys in Disguise), Two Seconds (One Storey Window). Nicole is a graduate of Grant MacEwan University’s Journalism and Theatre Arts programs. She is currently a member of the Citadel Theatre's 2012/2013 Playwright's Forum.

Theatre Alberta's Library will also host an open house that day, so be sure to take this opportunity to browse through the selection of Canada's largest fully circulating theatre library. See you then!

 

WORKSHOPS BY REQUEST - NOW ACCEPTING BOOKINGS

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Theatre Alberta is now accepting applications for the new Workshops By Request Season.

This unique program will bring the resources of a skilled theatre professional to your own community theatre! Workshops by Request are coordinated by Theatre Alberta at your request and targeted to the specific needs of your group.

You can find the application here or contact Michelle Kennedy, Programmer ([email protected]) if you have any questions about the program.

 

THEATRE ALBERTA RECEIVES CITT HONORARY MEMBERSHIP AWARD

Each year the Canadian Institute for Theatre Technology/Institut canadien des technologies scénographiques (CITT) recognizes individuals and companies that excel in their field of live performance in Canada.

Theatre Alberta is proud to accept the 2012 CITT Honorary Membership Award.

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This particular award recognizes an individual or an organization not actively involved in the technical disciplines of the Canadian live performance industry, but who by virtue of their position has contributed significantly to the development of technical disciplines within Canada.

Executive Director, Keri Mitchell received the award on behalf of Theatre Alberta at the CITT 2012 Awards Banquet on August 18 in London, Ontario, part of CITT’s annual Rendez-vous theatre conference.

We would also like to recognize and congratulate other Albertans that received CITT awards during the banquet: Adam Mitchell, who received the Dieter Penzhorn Memorial Award, and Ghost River Theatre, which received the Award of Technical Merit for their production of The Highest Step in the World.

Click here for the official awards announcement on CITT’s website.

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Theatre News

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

MIEKO OUCHI NAMED 2013 SENIOR PLAYWRIGHT IN RESIDENCE

The Banff Playwrights Colony is proud to announce that Mieko Ouchi will be the 2013 Senior Playwright in Residence. Congratulations Mieko, from all of us at Theatre Alberta.

EDMONTON FRINGE ANNOUNCES $1M IN TICKET SALES REVENUE

The Edmonton International Fringe Theatre Festival, announced on its Facebook page that the 2012 Festival generated more than $1 million in revenue through ticket sales .

2012 BETTY MITCHELL AWARDS RECIPIENTS HONOURED

The Betty Mitchell Awards honours outstanding work by Calgary's professional theatre community. Recipients were announced on August 27th. Congratulations to all the nominees!

EDMONTON NAMES NEW NEIGHBOURHOOD AFTER FRINGE FOUNDER

On August 23, the City of Edmonton announced a new neighbourhood was named in honour of the founder of the Edmonton International Fringe Theatre Festival, Brian Paisley.

2012 CALGARY CRITTER AWARDS RECIPIENTS HONOURED

The Critter Awards recipients (Calgary's Critics’ Awards) were announced in on August 1st. Congratulations to all the nominees!

Next to Normal
Hamlet
McCoy
Sugar
Passion of Mary
Good_Men
SHN
Tuesdays
billy

Shows Opening

September 1 – September 12

Click here for the full 2012-2013 Playbill

The Playbill is now mobile! Use your smartphone or tablet to search for live theatre!

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

SEXY LAUNDRYCanadian work
Sept 5 - Nov 3, Stage West

DOUBLE INDEMNITY
Sept 8 - Oct 7, Vertigo Theatre

THE BOB SHIVERY SHOWCanadian work
Sept 10 - 29, Lunchbox Theatre

SEASON 13: THE HOTEL ST. SAVON Alberta work
Sept 10 - May 13, 2013, Dirty Laundry

NEXT TO NORMAL
Sept 11 - 30, Theatre Calgary

A STEADY RAIN
Sept 14 - 29, Ground Zero Theatre/Hit & Myth Productions @ Motel, EPCOR CENTRE for the Arts

13 MOST BEAUTIFUL... SONGS FOR ANDY WARHOL'S SCREEN TEST
Sept 19 - 22, Theatre Junction GRAND

HAMLET
Sept 20 - 29, The Shakespeare Company @ Studio Theatre at Vertigo Theatre Centre

NOISES OFF
Sept 21 - 29, Morpheus Theatre @ The Pumphouse Theatre

THE REAL MCCOY Canadian work
Sept 24, Ellipsis Tree Collective @ Taylor Family Digital Library, University of Calgary

STORYTELLING CAFE - LIVES OF GIRLS AND WOMEN Alberta work
Sept 24, TALES - The Alberta League Encouraging Storytelling @ Shelf Life Books

PINK SUGAR Alberta work
Sept 26 - 30, Theatre BSMT @ Theatre Junction GRAND Studio Space

GREETINGS FROM SARDINELAND Alberta work
Oct 2 - 6, Red Phone Theatre @ Motel, EPCOR CENTRE for the Arts

BREATHECanadian work
Oct 3 - 7, Fire Exit Theatre @ Engineered Air Theatre, EPCOR CENTRE for the Arts

SINGIN' IN THE RAIN
Oct 5 - 20, Front Row Centre Players @ Victor Mitchell Theatre, Pumphouse Theatres

 

EDMONTON

THE PASSION OF MARY Alberta work
Sept 4 - 16, The Passion Project @ The Roxy Theatre

FOUR LADS WHO SHOOK THE WORLD - THE BEATLES STORY: PART 2 Canada work
Sept 7 - Nov 4, Mayfield Dinner Theatre

THEATRESPORTS Alberta work
Sept 7 - Jun 28, 2013, Rapid Fire Theatre @ The Citadel Theatre Zeidler Hall

CHiMPROV Alberta work
Sept 8 - Jun 29, 2013, Rapid Fire Theatre @ The Citadel Theatre Zeidler Hall

A FEW GOOD MEN
Sept 15 - Oct 7, Citadel Theatre/ Robbins Academy

THE GHOST SONATA
Sept 20 - 29, U of A Studio Theatre

SPRINGBOARDS
Sept 20 - 30, Workshop West

SHE HAS A NAME Alberta work
Sept 25 - 30, Burnt Thicket Theatre @ Catalyst Theatre

HEY LADIES! Alberta work
Sept 28, Hey Ladies! @ The Roxy Theatre

 

ALBERTA

JAKE AND THE KIDAlberta work
Sept 7 - 15, Klaglahachie Fine Arts Society @ Ponoka United Church, Ponoka
Email for more information.

TUESDAYS WITH MORRIE
Sept 7 - Oct 20, Rosebud Theatre, Rosebud

GREATER TUNA
Sept 13 - 23, Central Alberta Theatre @ Nickel Studio, Red Deer Memorial Centre, Red Deer

THE PERILS OF PAULINE Alberta work
Sept 19 - 29, Aspen Crossing, Mossleigh

HARVEST Canada work
Sept 20 - Oct 6, Grande Prairie Live Theatre @ Second Street Theatre, Grande Prairie

BULL SKIT! Alberta work
Sept 21 - 22, Against the Wall Theatre @ Scott Block Theatre, Red Deer

BILLY BISHOP GOES TO WAR Canada work
Sept 27 - Oct 6, New West Theatre @ Sterndale Bennett Theatre, Lethbridge

THE KITCHEN WITCHES Canada work
Sept 28 - 30, Irricana Theatre Society @ Irricana Lions Community Hall, Irricana
Email for more information.

THE GARDENER
Oct 1 - Nov 30, Quest Theatre, Touring Alberta

SHE HAS A NAME Alberta work
Oct 2 - 6, Burnt Thicket Theatre @ Scott Block Theatre, Red Deer

 

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CALGARY

CHILDREN OF EDEN - U OF C OPERETTA COMPANY

From the composer that brought us WICKED. This audition is an open call to all students and all community members - seeking actors, singers and dancers. Audition dates: September 13, 14.

QUEER THEATRE CREATION ENSEMBLE - THIRD STREET THEATRE

The Queer Theatre Creation Ensemble assembles a team of passionate artists (writers, dancers, actors, storytellers, musicians, designers, etc.) interested in the artistic exploration of issues pertaining to queer individuals and/or the queer community. Deadline to submit: September 15 (Audition dates TBA).

ALADDIN: A PANTOMIME - Morpheus Theatre

Join Morpheus Theatre and the incomparable Widow Twankey for a rollicking, family-friendly trip to the Far East this December; we’ll take the flying carpet and avoid the holiday line-ups at the airport! Auditions: September 18, 20, 23.

HALLOWEEN AND CHRISTMAS PRODUCTIONS - Heritage Park

Heritage Park is pleased to announce auditions for its Ghouls Night Out Production: “The Potion Dungeon” by Trevor Matheson and its Once Upon a Christmas Production: “Misdeeds at Mistletoe Mine” by Tim Koening. Auditions: September 30 and October 1.

 

EDMONTON

SUMMER AND SMOKE - WALTERDALE THEATRE ASSOCIATES

By Tennesee Williams, directed by Mary-Ellen Perley. Performance dates: February 6-16, 2013. Audition dates: October 21-22, 2012.

 

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Job Postings

 

CALGARY


INSTRUCTORS - PUDDLE OF MUD PRODUCTIONS

Puddle of Mud Productions: Fall class planning is in full force I’m looking to book a few teachers for some recreational (dance and theatre) community classes taking place in Calgary. Deadline: Please contact ASAP.

GENERAL MANAGER - GHOST RIVER THEATRE

Ghost River Theatre, a Calgary-based dynamic, innovative devised creation company is seeking a full-time General Manager to collaborate with Co-Artistic Directors to provide structural, administrative and financial leadership for the company.

ARTISTIC DIRECTOR - MOMO MIXIED ABILITY DANCE THEATRE

MoMo Mixed Ability Dance Theatre seeks an Artistic Director to take responsibility for the overall artistic direction and administration of the company. Position to commence May 3, 2013. Deadline: Open until filled.

 

EDMONTON


MANAGING DIRECTOR - FREEWILL SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL

Freewill Shakespeare Festival seeks a dynamic individual to join its team as Managing Director, providing sound leadership and management as the company enters its 25th year. Deadline: September 30 at midnight

BOX OFFICE CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVES - CITADEL THEATRE

The Citadel Theatre, one of Canada’s largest and busiest professional, not-for-profit theatre companies and facilities, has openings for part-time and full-time Box Office Customer Service Representatives. Deadline: Open until filled.

FRONT OF HOUSE SUPERVISORS - CITADEL THEATRE

The Citadel Theatre, one of Canada’s largest and busiest professional, not-for-profit theatre companies and facilities, is looking for reliable, customer service oriented individuals to provide leadership in our Guest Services Department as part-time front of house supervisors. Deadline: Open until filled.

USHERS - CITADEL THEATRE

The Citadel Theatre, one of Canada’s largest and busiest professional, not-for-profit theatre companies and facilities, is looking for reliable, customer service oriented individuals to provide assistance to our patrons as ushers. Deadline: Open until filled.

 

ALBERTA

THEATRE TECHNICIAN - THE ESPLANADE- Medicine Hat

The Esplanade seeks a Theatre Technician. Deadline: Open until filled.

 

INTERNATIONAL

INSTRUCTOR - SOUND DESIGN/ TECHNOLOGY - CENTRAL WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY - Ellensburg, WA (US)

Central Washington University seeks NTT Lecturer Design and Production – Sound emphasis. Responsibilities: sound design and technology courses, sound/light lab supervision, design and production courses as appropriate, and designing. Deadline: Open until filled.

 

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Workshops/ Classes/ Education

 

CALGARY

FRIDAY NIGHT FIGHT - ROCKY MOUNTAIN COLLEGE

September 14 - December 7. Friday Night Fight is a class where stage and film fights are broken down and taught to you. You will learn how fights are created and learn to practice the moves necessary to make you look like a hero or villian.

AUDITIONING WITH WANDA REINHOLDT - MORPHEUS THEATRE

September 22. This workshop will focus on developing the skills required to give consistent and honest auditions. Both for people interested (and intimidated!) by the audition process, and those looking to improve their auditioning skills.

2012 THEATRE SCHOOL - CALGARY CHILDREN'S THEATRE

Fall 2012. If you haven’t yet heard, Calgary Children’s Theatre still has some spots available for our new fall 2012 Theatre School classes at both locations in Copperfield SE and Hawkwood NW Calgary.

FALL 2012 CLASS SCHEDULE - COMPANY OF ROGUES

Fall 2012. Company of Rogues is excited to announce our Fall 2012 Schedule of Classes. Registration is now open.

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

PHIT PHAT AND FRIENDS - FREEDOM TECH PRODUCTION

September 17 - November 5. If you are an Athlete, Stuntman, Horse-back rider or any other physically fit person looking to make a leap into films OR you are an actor who not been doing to will in audition and are looking to learn new auditioning skills then check out PHAT PHIT and Friends.

ACTING FOR THE NOVICE ACTOR - FREEDOM TECH PRODUCTION

September 20 - November 22. From Stage to Multi-Media we will be looking at all aspects of acting. We will be focusing on how to get roles based on your body type and personality.

 

ALBERTA

AFTER-SCHOOL DRAMA CLUB - OVERACTING IMAGINATIONS - Strathcona County

Begins September 13. OverActing Imaginations is looking for young people (ages 13-18) to join us on Thursday evenings (6:30-8:30 PM). Our season runs September 13th to the end of November and then we run our second season in January-May.

 

INTERNATIONAL

M.A. THEATRE STUDIES SPECIALIZATION - Ellensburg, WA (US)

Term begins September 19. Whether your career goals involve pursuing a Ph.D. program, a teaching career in higher education, or dramaturgical work with regional theatres, you will find a challenging and rewarding path designed to take you to that next level at Central Washington University.

 

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Events

WOMEN AND LEADERSHIP: A POLITICAL DISCUSSION - Edmonton

The Passion Project Co-op presents a political discussion at the Roxy Theatre hosted by Paula Simons from the Edmonton Journal. Guests Laurie Blakeman, Ashley Casovan, Linda Sloan, Sue Huff, Rachel Notley, and Danielle Smith, will discuss the complexities of being a woman in a leadership role. September 13 - 9:30 p.m.

IN-BETWEEN: AN EVENING WITH THE AVANT GARDE - Edmonton

For the first time on the Capitol Theatre stage in Fort Edmonton Park: an interplay of music, image, poetry and movement. Join us for an exciting evening of innovation and entertainment. September 14-15 – 8 p.m.

CAEA NORTHERN ALBERTA/NWT REGIONAL AGM - Edmonton

The Northern Alberta & NWT Canadian Actors' Equity Association (CAEA) regional Annual General Meeting will recap the experiences and productivity of the Council Policy Advisory Group (CPAG) over the last year. September 17 – 7 p.m.

INFORMATION MEETING FOR CREATORS AND PERFORMERS - Edmonton

L’UniThéâtre is opening its doors to francophone and francophile performing artists, including actors, poets, dancers, storytellers and singers, who wish to participate as creators or performers in this year's community show entitled «Les échos de nos patelins» (Hometown Echos). September 17 – 7 p.m.

 

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Space

NO NEW LISTINGS FOR SEPTEMBER - Click to view previous Space (available/wanted) listings.

 

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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

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.

PERFORMANCE SERIES - PUNCTUATE! THEATRE - Edmonton

Punctuate! Theatre, invites submissions from Edmonton-based emerging companies and collectives to be a part of Punctuate! Theatre’s 2012/13 Performance Series, presented at the TACOS theatre. Deadline: September 20 - 5 p.m.

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

PROP REQUIRED - AUDREY II - Wetaskawin

Wetaskiwin Composite High School is looking to rent, or potentially purchase Audrey II for their fall production of Little Shop of Horrors. Deadline: please contact ASAP.

 

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Donors, New & Renewing Members

DONORS: THANK YOU!

Greater Black Gold Teachers’ Local #8, Kerri Davis, Clay Golden, Stephen Heatley, Kathleen Elva Newby, Chantal Yardley, Pamela Schmunk, Connie Schwartz, Barry Greenspan, Jan Streader, Dominic A. Manca

We are humbled to have accepted donations in honour of Keith Ewasiuk. Click here to view a list of donors who gave to Theatre Alberta in Keith's name.

Click here to view all donors to our100 Angels of Theatre Alberta campaign (2011-12)

NEW MEMBERS

Individuals
Andrew Ritchie, Samantha Hulberg, Christel Bartelse, Davina Stewart, Levi Charest, Amanda Niblett, Ashley Hume, Maura Penn, Lesia Pohoreski, Zakk MacDonald, Maggie MacKenzie, Mia Cooksey, James Mosher, Grace Darnell

Groups
Calgary-ACTS, Central Washington University, Ellipsis Tree Collective, Punctuate! Theatre Society

RENEWING MEMBERS

Individuals
Kevin McKendrick, Esther Purves-Smith, Bernard Brasen, Roberta Mauer Phillips, Jan Streader, Ruby Golding, Stephen Delano, Shelley Scott, Tanya Ryga, Graham Mothersill, Murray Cullen, Kristine Nutting, Kara Chamberlain, Sydney Campbell, Taylor-Ann Malish, Georgia Irwin, Sarah Bryn Mallandaine, Alyson Dicey

Groups
One Yellow Rabbit Performance Theatre, Workshop West Playwrights Theatre, Rapid Fire Theatre, Horizon Players Association, Wetaskiwin Composite High School, New West Theatre, Mount Royal University, Barrhead Community Theatre, Webber Academy, Alberta Theatre Projects, Events Wood Buffalo, Theatre Transit, Capitol Theatre

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