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September 2013

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Notes for September:

Frazer Andrews

Hello Everyone,

I’m Frazer Andrews and I’m very pleased to be joining the staff of Theatre Alberta as the new Programmer.

I may be new to Edmonton but certainly not to Theatre in our province - from Wood Buffalo to New West and all (the many) stops in between. As part of my duties I’ll be taking over as editor of All Stages and will be your contact for Workshops by Request and Emerge.

We are in the final preparation stages of Playworks Ink and workshops are beginning to fill up. It’s not too late to register and we hope you’ll join us, and Christopher Plummer, in Banff.

In this month’s Buzz: please check out the proposed changes to WCB Alberta’s policy regarding volunteers and provide your feedback. Volunteers play an absolutely pivotal role at every level of theatre in Alberta, and this change in policy will have a direct impact on how they are fiscally protected through the WCB if they happen to be injured on the job.

I’m looking forward to meeting and working with you all. Please contact me with any questions about any of our programs here at Theatre Alberta.

Cheers,

Frazer Andrews
Programmer

“Look on every exit as being an entrance somewhere else."

~ Tom Stoppard

What's New at Theatre Alberta

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REGISTER NOW FOR PLAYWORKS INK 2013

PlayWorks Ink 2013

STAGING ALBERTA'S LANDSCAPE AND CHARACTERS
PlayWorks Ink 2013
A Theatre Conference with Workshops for Novices and Professionals
featuring special guest: Oscar Winner Christopher Plummer
September 27 - 30 | The Banff Centre (Banff, AB)

Click here to see all PlayWorks Ink Workshops and Breakout sessions.

Visit theatrealberta.com/playworks-ink for more information about our conference.

 

DEADLINE APPROACHING: WCB-ALBERTA POLICY CHANGES FEEDBACK

Workers Compensation Board - Alberta

The Workers' Compensation Board - Alberta is currently seeking feedback on proposed policy changes to clarify coverage for volunteers and unpaid workers.

Theatre Alberta, along with our colleagues at Front Row Centre Players and the Calgary Alliance of Community Theatres (Calgary ACTS), urge you to review and provide feedback to the WCB regarding these changes:

Click here to read a summary of the changes on Theatre Alberta's website.

Click here to review the policy changes and provide feedback to the WCB Alberta.

We would like to thank our members and supporters of community theatre across the province who raised their voices in support of our industry over the past few months. There are many industries that will be affected by these policy changes, and it is crucial that the theatre community provides our input and recognizes the work done on our behalf.

The deadline to provide feedback to the WCB Alberta is September 13, 2013.

Should you have any questions as you review the information, please do not hesitate to contact Theatre Alberta.

 

NOTICE OF THEATRE ALBERTA 2013 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

Theatre Alberta Society members and friends are invited to attend our 2013 Annual General Meeting.

Sunday, September 29, 2013
Kinnear Centre for Creativity & Innovation - The Banff Centre, Banff AB
12:15 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Lunch provided!

Theatre Alberta

This is an excellent opportunity to join and meet your fellow Theatre Alberta members, board of directors, and staff, as well as receive the annual report, elect new board members, and conduct other society business while enjoying the PlayWorks Ink 2013 theatre conference.

We need to know if you’re coming so we can ensure a delicious lunch for you! Please RSVP to Maura Penn, Office Administrator: [email protected] or call 1-888-422-8160 (toll-free) / 780-422-8162 (Edmonton area).

 

WORKSHOPS BY REQUEST UPDATE - SEPTEMBER

The 2013-2014 Workshops by Request season is generously supported by

Christie Lites Sales

Click here to apply for a Workshop by Request.

Skill building workshops are available in both technical and non-technical theatre.

Lighting workshop

Technical Theatre in Whitecourt
I.A.T.S.E. technician Bobby Smale will be heading out to Whitecourt later this month to lead a two-day workshop with the Pumpjack Players. Bobby will be explaining and demonstrating the basic operations of lighting and sound equipment to help the Pumpjack Players expand their volunteer technician pool.

Lighting and Makeup in Red Deer
In October, Central Alberta Theatre is slated to host two separate exciting weekends of workshops at CAT Studios and the Memorial Centre. First up, a lighting workshop will cover designing lighting plots, hanging and focusing lights as well running the board. Next, a makeup workshop will outline basic stage makeup techniques.

Workshops by Request applications are accepted throughout the year. Any community theatre group in Alberta may apply for a workshop through the Workshops by Request program, on any topic of their choice. Professional development opportunities sponsored by a professional theatre company are also considered for support through the program. For more information, please contact Frazer Andrews, Programmer, at [email protected].

 

THEATRE ALBERTA'S 2013-2014 PLAYBILL POSTER & ALL STAGES (FALL) NOW AVAILABLE

 

Theatre Alberta's 2013-2014 Playbill poster

All Stages Magazine, Fall 2013 - Design

The 2013-2014 Theatre Alberta Playbill poster and Fall 2013 issue of All Stages Magazine - Design - are out now! Theatre Alberta's online Playbill is also live and can be searched at theatrealberta.com/playbill.

The Theatre Alberta Playbill poster and All Stages Magazine are free with your Theatre Alberta membership. If you have not yet received or would like extra copies of either publication, please email your request to Aaron Talbot, Communications and Marketing Coordinator at [email protected].

 

THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING OUR ARTS CHAMPIONS FUNDRAISER

  Arts Champions Fundraiser - Keri and Adam Mitchell featured

Executive Director Keri Mitchell and event co-host Adam Mitchell presenting a door prize at our Arts Champions Fundraiser. Photo credit: dbphotographics.ca

On August 19th, 2013, Theatre Alberta hosted a fundraiser and Fringe Forum to raise funds for Theatre Alberta programs and Alberta Arts Rebuild - a relief effort to support artists and arts organizations recovering from the 2013 floods. We are pround to announce that we raised nearly $2,000 during the event and through online donations.

Thank you to everyone who attended and supported our event. Thanks to Megan Dart for moderating our discussion and our panel: Brian Dooley, Thomas Scott and Helen Chimirri-Russell. Thanks to University of Alberta Department of Drama Chair Kathleen Weiss, Edmonton Ward 4 counselor Ben Henderson, NDP MLAs Rachel Notley and Deron Bilous, and Liberal MLA Laurie Blakeman for attending and speaking at the event. Thank you to Upper Crust for providing (delicious!) catering. And a special thanks to the Edmonton International Fringe Theatre Festival for allowing us to use the ATB Community Patio for our fundraising event!

A list of donors can be found below in our Donors and New Members section. We also like to thank the following individuals and organizations who donated door prizes to the event:

Victoria School of the Arts,
Stage West Calgary,
Maurice Pharmacy,
Alex and Joan Hawkins,
Mayfield Dinner Theatre

Rapid Fire Theatre,
Rosebud Theatre
Red Deer College,
Sherbrooke Liquor Store,
Theatre BSMT

Click here to view some pictures from the fundraiser. Special thanks to Dave DeGagne from dbphotographics.ca for these pics! Click here to listen to the CJSR FM88 broadcast of our Fringe Forum panel discussion, "The Patron, The Theatre and The Artistic Creator – Who Will Our Champions Be?"

 

WE'VE UPDATED OUR WEBSITE - FIND CLASSIFIEDS ON OUR HOME PAGE

  Theatre Alberta web banner

If you have visited www.theatrealberta.com lately, you may have noticed that we have moved a few things around. Theatre Alberta's popular RSS feed - full of auditions, job postings, calls for submissions, theatre news and our new What's On in Alberta blog - has now been moved to our home page. Simply scroll down and browse what's happening in Alberta theatre!

If you have any questions about the new format, or if you can't find your favourite web page, email Aaron Talbot, Communications and Marketing Coordinator at [email protected].

 

LIBRARY NEWS

A Fond Farewell to Brenda Sutherland

It is with mixed feelings that we announce that our beloved librarian Brenda Sutherland will be retiring from Theatre Alberta at the end of September.

Brenda is currently the longest-serving staff member of Theatre Alberta and has been a fixture of our stacks for more than 14 years. A friendly face at the door and yet a stickler for getting those library fines paid, Brenda will be missed greatly by Theatre Alberta library patrons and staff.

That all said, we wish her all the best and the most wonderful adventures as she begins this new chapter in her life! Thank you so much for your service to Theatre Alberta, Brenda!

Brenda Sutherland

If you would like to pass on a note of congratulations and/or goodbye to Brenda, please email it to [email protected] and we will be sure to pass it on.

 

LIBRARY HOURS

Please note Theatre Alberta's Library will be closed October 12 - 14 for Thanksgiving.
The Drop Box will be unavailable.

A reminder that Theatre Alberta's Library Regular Hours are back:
Mon: 10 am-8 pm
Tues: 10 am-3 pm
Wed: 10 am-3 pm
Thurs: 10 am-3 pm
Fri: Closed
Sat: 10 am-3 pm
Sun: Closed

See you among the stacks!

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Theatre News

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

WORKSHOP WEST OFFICES VANDALIZED

The Edmonton Performance Incubation Centre was broken into and vandalized over the weekend. The facility is home to Workshop West’s office and other local theatre companies.

CALGARY ARTIST/EDUCATOR KATHLEEN FOREMAN PASSES AWAY

Calgary's theatre community is mourning the loss of University of Calgary Drama Professor Kathleen Foreman. Our deepest condolences to Kathleen's family and friends.

ATP ARTISTIC DIRECTOR VANESSA PORTEOUS MAKES STRATFORD DIRECTORIAL DEBUT

Vanessa Porteous, Alberta Theatre Project’s Artistic Director, will direct Christina, The Girl King by Michel Marc Bouchard, translated by Linda Gaboriau at Stratford next year.

ALBERTA CULTURE RELEASES NEW CULTURE CALENDAR WEB APP

A new mobile app version of the Alberta Culture Calendar allows users to easily find cultural events anywhere, anytime on their iPhone or iPad.

REBECCA NORTHAN NEW PLAYWRIGHT IN RESIDENCE AT ALBERTA THEATRE PROJECTS

Alberta Theatre Projects welcomes Rebecca Northan as this season’s Playwright in Residence - a program that supports Canadian playwrights in their creation of new work.

2013 BETTY MITCHELL AWARDS RECIPIENTS ANNOUNCED

Calgary's 16th Annual Betty Mitchell Awards recipients were revealed at a ceremony on August 26th at Stage West. Congratulations to all the winners and nominees.

UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA ARTS PROGRAMS SUSPENDING ADMISSIONS

Approximately 20 arts programs currently offered by the University of Alberta, including the Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Technical Theatre, have undergone the first step of being cut.

KEYANO THEATRE CASTS COSETTE OF LES MISERABLES AT INTERPLAY

Keyano Theatre Company’s "Search for Cosette" casting contest announced two talented young girls, Amrita and Grace, as Cosette during the 2013 TransAlta interPLAY Festival.

Kim's Convenience
Penelope and the New Baby
Titus Andronicus
Kill Me Now
A Closer Walk With Patsy Cline
Long Day's Journey Into Night
Royalty Rides the Railroad
Butterflies Are Free
Boeing Boeing

What's On in Alberta

Opening in September

Click here for the full 2013-2014 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

KIM'S CONVENIENCE Canadian work
Sep 3 - 29, Theatre Calgary

A CLOSER WALK WITH PATSY CLINE
Sep 5 - Nov 10, Stage West Theatre Restaurant

CRIME DOES NOT PAY Alberta work
Sep 11 - 13, Downstage

DIESPACE 3.0
Sep 11 - 14, Theatre Junction GRAND

IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT
Sep 14 - Oct 13, Vertigo Theatre

DIRTY LAUNDRY SEASON 14: LEGAL BRIEFS Alberta work
Sep 16 - May 12, Dirty Laundry

PENELOPE AND THE NEW BABY Alberta work
Sep 16 - June 30, Bigs and Littles Theatre Society (School Tour: Calgary & Area)

THE NEW CANADIAN KID
Sep 20 - Oct 5, StoryBook Theatre

TITUS ANDRONICUS
Sep 20 - Oct 6, The Shakespeare Company/Ground Zero Theatre/Hit & Myth Productions

THE SHAPE OF A GIRL Canadian work
Sep 22 - Oct 4, Artists' Collective Theatre

 

EDMONTON

KILL ME NOW Canadian work
Sep 6 - 22, Workshop West

A CLOSER WALK WITH PATSY CLINE
Sep 6 - Nov 3, Mayfield Dinner Theatre

HAPPY DAYS: A NEW MUSICAL Alberta work
Sep 11 - 14, Moxy B Productions
Email [email protected] for more information.

THE 21ST ANNUAL DIE-NASTY SOAP-A-THON Alberta work
Sep 13 - 15, Die-Nasty @ The Varscona Theatre

MIDSUMMER [A PLAY WITH SONGS]
Sep 17 - 29, Broken Toys @ Theatre Network

DANCE FOR GRANDMA Alberta work
Sep 19 - 22, The Varscona Theatre

POOL (NO WATER)
Sep 19 - 28, University of Alberta Studio Theatre

LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT
Sep 21 - Oct 13, Citadel Theatre/Robbins Academy

THE VARSCONA THEATRE SEASON LAUNCH Alberta work
Sep 26 - 28, The Varscona Theatre

THE 11 O'CLOCK NUMBER Alberta work
Sep 27 - Apr 26, Grindstone Theatre

THE DAISY THEATRE Alberta work
Sep 28 - Nov 17, Citadel Theatre/Robbins Academy

 

ALBERTA

MAFIA MURDERS Alberta work
Sep 7 - Oct 12, Terry Shane Murder Mysteries/Alberta Prairie Railway Excursions, Stettler to Big Valley line

MAD MOOSE MAYHEM 3 Alberta work
Sep 12 - 21, Grande Prairie Live Theatre, Grande Prairie

ROYALTY RIDES THE RAILROAD Alberta work
Sep 14 - Oct 5, Aspen Crossing Theatre, Mossleigh

BULL SKIT COMEDY Alberta work
Sep 20 - May 24, Bull Skit Comedy, Red Deer

CALF SKIT - CHILDREN'S THEATRE Alberta work
Sep 21 - Apr 26, Bull Skit Comedy, Red Deer

DOWN FROM HEAVEN Canadian work
Sep 26 - 28, University of Lethbridge TheatreXtra, Lethbridge
Email [email protected] for more information

BUTTERFLIES ARE FREE
Sep 26 - Oct 12, Central Alberta Theatre, Red Deer

GODSPELL
Sep 27 - Oct 5, Bashaw Community Theatre, Bashaw

BOEING BOEING
Sep 27 - Oct 5, Keyano Theatre, Fort McMurray

BULL PROV Alberta work
Sep 28 - May 10, Bull Skit Comedy, Red Deer

3-PLAY FOR ALBERTA CULTURE DAYS
Sep 29, Keyano Theatre, Fort McMurray

 

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Auditions

CALGARY

IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE - MORPHEUS THEATRE

Open auditions for all roles will take place at the Morpheus Rehearsal Centre (lower level of Parkdale Community Centre). Audition by appointment. Auditions run until Sep 12.

THE MUSIC MAN - U OF C OPERETTA COMPANY

This audition is Open Call to all students and all community members. Schedule your audition time and download audition material online. Auditions run until Sep 16.

ALBERTA

SHORT FILM CASTING CALL - INDEPENDENT FILM - Calgary & Edmonton auditions

Rhonda Fisekci is casting a short film, “ROLAND ROAD” that will shoot in the Edmonton area this fall. Audition date: Sep 11 (Calgary), Sep 12 (Edmonton).

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Job Postings

CALGARY

HEAD RIGGER/ STAGE CARPENTER - THEATRE JUNCTION GRAND

Technicians work under a collective bargaining agreement with Local 212 of IATSE. Remuneration includes benefits and RRSPs. Deadline to apply: Sep 30.

DANCE INSTRUCTORS - PUDDLE OF MUD PRODUCTIONS

Puddle of Mud Productions is searching for a couple more dance and musical theatre instructors for our fall 2013 season. Open until filled.

EDMONTON

GIANT SCREEN THEATRE MANAGER - TELUS WORLD OF SCIENCE

The Theatre Manager is responsible for the overall management, operation and programming of the Giant Screen Theatre. Deadline to apply: Open til filled.

ALBERTA

DIRECTOR - CORNERSTONE THEATRE & RESTAURANT - Canmore

In our 13th summer season of the Oh Canada Eh? Dinner Show (OCE) we are looking for an energetic and professional Director to join our team. Deadline: Sep 13.

ARTS ADVOCACY INITIATIVE COORDINATOR - ALBERTA PARTNERS IN ARTS & CULTURE (APAC) - Alberta

APAC is a coalition of 12 provincial arts service organizations and cultural industry associations. We are seeking a coordinator to organize and execute an arts advocacy campaign with Alberta MLAs in the autumn of 2013. Deadline: Sep 16.

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Workshops / Classes / Education

CALGARY

SHAKESPEARE WITH IAM COULTER - [email protected]

Sep 13 - Oct 11: A performance-base exploration for actors of Shakespeare’s heightened text. Includes a final showcase performance. $450 for Credit/ $250 for Audit.

EDMONTON

BALLET INSTRUCTION & CONTEMPORARY CLASSES - GOOD WOMEN

Sep 12, 19, 26, 10:00am-11:00am: Ballet Instruction from Deborah Morgan. $20 drop in. Check out Contemporary Classes as well! (See post for details.)

ACTING CLASSES - FREEDOM TECH PRODUCTIONS

Sep 24 (Tuesdays). STEP INTO FILM (Introductory to film acting). 10-week class - $350.
Sep 30 (Mondays). BORSCHT (Introductory to the film industry). 10-week class - $450.
Oct 9 (Wednesdays). INTERMEDIATE (pre-requisite class needed). 10-week class - $420.

FALL/WINTER SEASON - FOOTE THEATRE SCHOOL - CITADEL THEATRE

Fall/Winter. The Foote Theatre School (FTS) is the oldest and largest theatre school in Edmonton. Register now for Fall/Winter classes.

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Events

No EVENTS listed for September

 

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Space

MOTEL/ BIRDS & STONE REMAINING 2013/14 SEASON DATES - DOWNSTAGE - Calgary

Interested artists/companies are asked to submit a brief project proposal (less than one page in length) describing the work to be presented, the artists involved (if known) and the dates requested. Proposals will be accepted on an ongoing basis until dates filled.

OFFICE/STORAGE SPACE FOR LEASE - EVERGREEN - Calgary

Centrally located on historic Currie Barracks in the CFB Business Park, Evergreen Studios has office and storage space for lease. Space available until filled.

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Volunteer

USHERS & BARTENDERS - WORKSHOP WEST - Edmonton

Workshop West Theatre is currently looking for volunteers for Kill Me Now by Brad Fraser. (Bartenders need ProServe.) Until Sep 22.

ROBOT CALL FOR ROVING PERFORMERS - SWALLOW-A-BICYCLE - Calgary

Be a part of i-ROBOT Theatre, part of Beakerhead festival. This is a super fun, creative and collaborative performance opportunity. Sep 11-22.

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Calls For Submissions

FROM CRADLE TO STAGE PLAY SUBMISSIONS - WALTERDALE THEATRE - Edmonton

Edmonton’s foremost community theatre company is now accepting submissions for its annual new work event, “From Cradle to Stage”. Deadline: Sep 15.

NOMINATIONS CALL - STARS OF ALBERTA VOLUNTEER AWARDS - Alberta

Do you know local volunteers who are making a difference in your community? Put their names forward for the 2013 Stars of Alberta Volunteer Awards! Deadline: Sep 16.

2013 SIMINOVITCH PRIZE IN THEATRE - DIRECTORS - National

Created in 2001, the Siminovitch Prize in Theatre goes to an artist who is deemed to be in mid-career. 2013 Category: Directors. Prize worth $100,000. Deadline: Sep 16.

UPRISING PLAYWRITING COMPETITION - DOWNSTAGE & U OF C - National

Uprising National Playwriting Competition seeks Canadian plays that engage with social issues - $1000 prize! Deadline: Sep 23.

BSMT DWELLERS PLAYWRITING COMPETITION - THEATRE BSMT/APN - Alberta

Applicants must be an Alberta resident who is an emerging playwright. The winning submission will receive a full production by Theatre BSMT. Deadline: Nov 30.

DIRECTOR NEEDED - WATERWORKS PLAYERS - Wetaskawin

Seeking director for fall production of The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen’s Guild Dramatic Society’s Production of A Christmas Carol. Deadline: Open until filled.

CALL FOR YOUNG MUSICIANS - CALGARY YOUNG PEOPLE'S THEATRE - Calgary

Calgary Young People’s Theatre is seeking young musicians between the ages of 13 to 17 for an upcoming production of Holmes and Watson, Dec 5- 14, 2013. Open until filled.

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Other

FUNDRAISER - INDIEGOGO CAMPAIGN FOR ROXY LOBBY FACELIFT - Edmonton

Theatre Network in Edmonton is currently undergoing a facelift of the Roxy Theatre lobby. Through an Indiegogo campaign Theatre Network is seeking a total of $1500 from Theatre Network supporters to help us cover the costs of the lobby makeover!

 

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Donors, New & Renewing Members

Donations and members listed below were processed during August 2013.

DONORS: THANK YOU!

Thank you everyone who donated during our August 19th Fringe Forum or online during our Arts Champions fundraiser. Fifty percent of all donations have been given to Alberta Arts Rebuild fund. Donors included:

Lorna Thomas, Michele Fleiger, Elizabeth and Trent Wilke, Sherry and Don Waddle, Jeremy Mason, Alex and Joan Hawkins, Subroto Pal, Laurie Blakeman, Deron Bilous, Marie Gynane-Willis, Keri and Adam Mitchell, Lynda and Al Adams, Claude Giroux, Rachel Notley, Kristen Finlay, Alan Roberts, Aaron Talbot, Karen King, Conni Massing, Mieko Ouchi, Brad Lafortune, Geraldine Carr, and Anonymous

General Theatre Alberta donations:
Theatre Alberta Library Patrons from office donation jar!

NEW MEMBERS

Individuals
Judy Stelck, Helen Chimirri-Russell, Samantha Nyinawamunyu, Meg Webster, Yanit Terefe, Makambe Simamba, Simon Tottrup, Krysten Forsyth, Jarrett Hennig, Maia Pearson, John McLeod, Louise Mallory, Jenna Muir, Russ Farmer, Maryth Gilroy, Colleen Trumble, Emily Smith, Siobhan Vipond, Nicole O’Connor

RENEWING MEMBERS

Individuals

Karen King, Mark Doskoch, Laura Lelond, Leland Stelck, Shelley Scott, Ellen Leavitt, Sandra Nicholls, Brian Dooley, Trevor Hildebrand, Erin McDougall, Bill Roberts, Shauna Scott, Norman Westman, Jennifer Peebles, Paul Morgan Donald, Brooke Leifso, Kristian Stec, Matthew Warren, Jordan Johnston, Sarah Mallandaine, Nadine Nahas, Mariann Kirby, Maggie Mackenzie, Sarah Ormandy, Lucy Collingwood

Groups

GPRC Theatre Rising, TALES Edmonton, WP Puppet Theatre Society, Inside Out Theatre, Lethbridge Musical Theatre

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