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November 2014

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Notes for November:

This week, the inaugural production of the Picks of the Edmonton Fringe theatre touring stimulus project plays in venues across Northern and Central Alberta: Accidental Humour Co.'s McCrackin 2: The Whackining by Amos Altman.

The project partners - Theatre Alberta, the Arts Touring Alliance of Alberta, and Fringe Theatre Adventures - cannot be more thrilled. This week is the culmination, but really just the beginning of a spark of an idea that we had almost two years ago.

Every summer the Edmonton International Fringe Theatre Festival plays host to more than 200 productions from around the world.

McCrackin 2: The Whackining - Accidental Humour Co.

Many, many of them are written, created, produced, and performed by Alberta's own talented theatre artists. While Alberta has a very strong tradition of touring Theatre for Young Audiences (TYA) productions throughout our province's education system, we noticed that not many of our own local theatre companies tour throughout rural Alberta to play for adult audiences, and that theatre artists from other provinces or the U.S. were capitalizing on this. The project partners got together to design and subsidize this project –the Picks of the Edmonton Fringe – in hopes of starting a new tradition of local theatre touring in Alberta.

Accidental Humour Co. was handpicked at the Fringe festival by a jury of arts presenters from across Alberta. Later this season audiences around Alberta will also have the opportunity to see Never Let the Crew See You Cry, a true story about young women in southern Alberta who worked as airplane mechanics during the second world war, and The Bomb-itty of Errors, a hip-hop version of Shakespeare’s The Comedy of Errors starring some of Edmonton’s finest hip hop artists. Click here for more information.

On behalf of all of the producing partners, I want to express our sincerest gratitude to the Alberta Foundation for the Arts for supporting the project, as well as to the presenters who have booked productions so far this season. They are:

These presenters have demonstrated a commitment to Alberta artists, and we simply wouldn’t be able to do this without their support.

If you want to be a part of this exciting project and bring a taste of the Edmonton Fringe to your community, visit www.theatrealberta.com/tour to check out the shows scheduled to tour Alberta through 2016, or contact Aaron Talbot at tour@theatrealberta.com for more information about booking. If you are an Albertan artist interested in touring your theatre production across Alberta, get your 2015 Edmonton Fringe application in before November 18th, at 5 p.m.

Keri Mitchell
Executive Director

“I think basically people expect to see the brilliant, the good, the bad, and the absolutely indefensible at a festival like the Fringe, and that’s part of the fun of it. ”

~Liz Nicholls, Edmonton Journal theatre reviewer

What's New at Theatre Alberta

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On November 1st and 2nd, Theatre Alberta had 33 wonderful people volunteer their time and energy to work our 2014 Casino fundraiser. This is a valuable source of funding for our organization. By volunteering to work a shift or two, these volunteers have directly supported our programs and services.

We did the math: one volunteer shift at a Theatre Alberta Casino is worth approximately $2,015 (averaged over our past four casinos)! Thanks so much to the following volunteers:

Clyde Rigsby
Mary-Ellen Perley
Julie Brown
Thomas Usher
Mariann Kirby
Anne Marie Szucs
Ken Agrell-Smith
Philip Zyp
Laura Raboud

Sue Quon
Dianne Whitehouse
Barb Mah
Ryan Godfrey
Julie Sinclair
Joan Hawkins
Mary Elizabeth Archer
Jolana Nanista

Diane Sinclair
Alex Hawkins
Tracy Carroll
Siobhan Vipond
Marie Gynane-Willis
Jan Taylor
Janice Hoover
Stephanie Gregorwich

Daniel van Heyst
Kevin Mott
Janine Hodder
Frank Tichy
Becca Barrington
Phil Kreisel
MJ Kreisel
Margaret Shone



Theatre Alberta is pleased to partner with the St. Albert Children's Theatre (SACT) and the City of St. Albert to present a special visit from Broadway musical theatre stars Pasek & Paul.

Benj Pasek and Justin Paul, the Tony Award ©-nominated songwriters behind the smash hit A Christmas Story, will teach a Vocal Master Class on Friday, December 5 at 2 p.m.

The duo will also perform a cabaret-style concert on Saturday, December 6 at 2 p.m. The concert will feature stories and music from their shows Edges, A Christmas Story, James and the Giant Peach, Smash (TV) and Dogfight.

Pasek & Paul in St. Albert

Members of the public are welcome to purchase tickets to audit the Vocal Masterclass and/or attend the concert. Theatre Alberta members have been emailed a special discount code for both events - check your inboxes!

If you are not a Theatre Alberta member, the cost to audit the Masterclass is $20. You can register to audit the Masterclass by calling 780-459-1600 and give them the code 31463, or click here to register online and type in the course code (31463) in the box on the left.

Tickets to the concert for non-members are $26 for Adults or $20 Seniors and Students. For tickets call the Arden Theatre box office 780-459-1542 or visit any Ticketmaster outlet.


Tony-nominated composers Justin Paul and Benj Pasek will work with up to ten professional theatre artists on a song of the applicants' choice.

To apply, please email Vicky Rogers at vrogers@stalbert.ca, with the following information by November 25:
1) Cover letter stating what you are hoping to get out of the master class and what song selection you would like to work (does not have to be from P&P repertoire)
2) Headshot and resume (pdf please)

Applications will be assessed by a jury. All applicants will be notified by November 28.
If selected, the fee to participate is $50 (payable by either cash or cheque to Friends of St. Albert Children's Theatre at the master class).



Alberta Drama Festival Association (ADFA)

The Alberta Drama Festival Association (ADFA) is is an umbrella organization for adult amateur drama activity in the province of Alberta. Completely volunteer driven with no paid positions, the ADFA proudly supports fellow citizens in their quest for the stage, and Theatre Alberta is proud to support the ADFA!

ADFA Regional Festivals dates and locations include:

  • Peace Country Region: February 7, 2015: Grande Prairie Live Theatre
  • Yellowhead Region: March 28, 2015: Maclab Centre for the Performing Arts, Leduc (hosted by Leduc Drama Society)
  • Edmonton Region: February 27 & 28, 2015: Théâtre de La Cité francophone, Edmonton
  • Heartland Region: April 11, 2015: Scott Block Theatre, Red Deer
  • Calgary Region: March 27, 28 & 29, 2015: Pumphouse Theatres, Calgary
  • Foothills Region: March 27 & 28, 2015: Memorial Centre, High River
  • Chinook Region: March 13 & 14, 2015: Stendale-Bennet Theatre, Lethbridge (hosted by Playgoers of Lethbridge)
  • Cypress Region: To be announced

Dates and location have not yet been announced for the 2015 Provincial Adult One-Act Festival. Visit www.adfa.ca for more information.



Workshops by Request are coordinated by Theatre Alberta at your request and targeted to the specific needs of your theatre company. Workshops in both technical and non-technical aspects of theatre bring highly trained professionals to your community for one, one and a half, or two-day workshops.

Click here to apply for a Workshop by Request.

Lighting workshop

Workshops by Request scheduled for November 2014 include:

Improvisational Styles in Edmonton
On November 9, University of Lethbridge instructor Nicholas Hanson will travel to Edmonton to work with the ensemble at Rapid Fire Theatre to explore improvisational styles. The group will use well-known playwrights from different eras as inspiration, and attempt to improvize in the style of each writer's canon.

Finding Your Character Body in Camrose
Lynda Adams will travel from Red Deer to Camrose on November 15 to teach a workshop on Finding Your Character Body for About Time Productions. Lynda is a Red Deer College instructor who is a professional director, choreographer, performer, and movement specialist - a perfect fit for this type of work!

Upcoming workshops:
The Klaglahachie Fine Arts Society in Ponoka will be hosting a workshop on Stage Lighting later this month.

Workshops by Request applications are accepted throughout the year. We are now accepting applications for Workshops by Request for the 2014/2015 season! Any theatre organization in Alberta that is a group member of Theatre Alberta may apply for a workshop through the Workshops by Request program, on any topic of their choice. For more information, please email Frazer Andrews, Programmer at frazer@theatrealberta.com.



Theatre Alberta Library

Welcome Jia Jia Yong, a first-year Master of Library and Information Studies student at the University of Alberta, who has started to volunteer at our Library on Monday afternoons.

Jia Jia is doing some cataloguing work for us that will help our librarians search for specific plays and playwrights featured in our collection of monologue compliations. (We have between 300-400 books of monologue compliations, so this is no small task!)

Thanks so much Jia Jia for coming in and helping us out!

Interested in borrowing a title from Canada's largest, independent theatre library? We mail books free-of-charge to our members outside of the Edmonton area. Visit theatrealberta.com/library or call us at 780-422-8162 (or toll-free at 1-888-422-8160 if you live outside of Edmonton) to reserve a title today!



Please note Theatre Alberta's Library will be closed November 11 for the Remembrance Day. The Dropbox will be unavailable.

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The Game's Afoot
Cowboy vs. Samurai
Frosty the Snowman
The Dumb Waiter
The Gravitational Pull of Bernice Trimble
Orestes 2.0
Elephant Wake
The Birth of Casper G. Schmidt
The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe
The Sound of Music
A Christmas Carol
The Velveteen Rabbit

What's On in Alberta

Opening in November

Click here to search the 2014-2015 Theatre Alberta Playbill.
Click here to explore Theatre Alberta's "What's On" blog with detailed show descriptions.

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



The Servant Albertan work
Nov 4 - 8, Urban Stories Theatre

Leaving Ruin
Nov 5 - 9, Fire Exit Theatre

The Shape of a Girl Canadian work
Nov 7 - 8, Artists' Collective Theatre

A Beautiful View Canadian work
Nov 7 - 15, Sage Theatre

Silent Night
Nov 8 - 14, Calgary Opera

The Game's Afoot
Nov 8 - Dec 7, Vertigo Theatre

Cowboy Versus Samurai
Nov 13 - 22, Chromatic Theatre

'80s Solid Gold Canadian work
Nov 13 - Feb 1, 2015, Stage West Theatre Restaurant

The Adventures of Frosty the Snowman Albertan work
Nov 15 - Dec 24, Birnton Theatricals / Stage West for Kids

Social Fiction
Nov 19 - 22, Theatre Junction GRAND / PIPS:lab

The Sleepy Hollow Project Albertan work
Nov 20 - 29, Calgary Young People's Theatre Society

Where the Wild Things Are Canadian work
Nov 21 - 30, Vertigo Theatre Y Stage

Bloody Poetry
Nov 25 - Dec 6, School of Creative and Performing Arts (University of Calgary)

The Dumb Waiter
Nov 25 - Dec 6, Theatre Encounter

Order in the Court
Nov 26, TALES Calgary - The Alberta League Encouraging Storytelling, Calgary

A Christmas Carol
Nov 27 - Dec 24, Theatre Calgary

Charlotte's Web
Nov 27 - Dec 31, Alberta Theatre Projects

Peter Pan
Nov 28 - Dec 22, StoryBook Theatre Society



The Gravitational Pull of Bernice Trimble Albertan work
Nov 4 - 23, Theatre Network

A Midsummer Night's Dream
Nov 7, Theatre Prospero

Loud and Queer Cabaret
Nov 7 - 8, Guys In Disguise / Fringe Theatre Adventures

Orestes 2.0
Nov 12 - 16, University of Alberta ABBEDAM Productions

Elephant Wake Canadian work
Nov 12 - 29, Catalyst Theatre

Hollywood Bound
Nov 13 - 15, The Capitol Theatre

The Complete Maggie-Now Cycle of Plays Albertan work
Nov 13 - 23, Workshop West Playwrights' Theatre / Fringe Theatre Adventures

Albert's Afraid Albertan work
Nov 15, The Odd-Lot Puppetry Co.

Jane Eyre, the musical
Nov 18 - 19, Two ONE-WAY Tickets to Broadway Productions

Prairie Bowl Canadian work
Nov 20 - 22, Rapid Fire Theatre

Space // Space
Nov 20 - 29, Northern Light Theatre

Blavatsky's Tower
Nov 27 - Dec 6, University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Hey Ladies! Albertan work
Nov 28 - May 22, 2015 *irregular performance dates, Theatre Network

A Christmas Carol Albertan work
Nov 29 - Dec 23, Citadel Theatre

That's Terrific Albertan work
Nov 29 - July 25, 2015 *last Saturday of the month, The Varscona Theatre



The Birth of Casper G. Schmidt Canadian work
Nov 4 - 8, Theatre Outré, Lethbridge

McCrackin 2: The Whackining Alberta work
Nov 4 - 10, The Accidental Humour Co./Picks of the Edmonton Fringe Alberta tour
Whitecourt, Edson, Camrose, Fort McMurray, Daysland

Waiting at the Station Albertan work
Nov 6 - 7, Aspen Crossing Theatre, Mossleigh

Looking Canadian work
Nov 6 - 22, St. Albert Theatre Troupe

My Narrator / The Death of Me
Nov 6 - 29, Central Alberta Theatre, Red Deer

Nov 7 - 9, East of 60 Productions Society, Devon

Gossamer Feast / Pest Control Albertan work
Nov 7 - 9, Leduc Drama Society

Guys and Dolls
Nov 7 - 22, Lethbridge Musical Theatre

The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe
Nov 7 - Dec 20, Rosebud Theatre

Exit the Body
Nov 12 - 15, Heartland Arts Troupe Society, Stettler

Arsenic and Old Lace
Nov 12 - 22, Pine Tree Players, Canmore

Fiddler On The Roof
Nov 14 - 22, Medicine Hat Musical Theatre

Nov 14 - 23, Bashaw Community Theatre

Sauce for the Goose
Nov 18 - 22, University of Lethbridge

Nunsations! The Nunsense Vegas Revue
Nov 20 - 29, Kaleidoscope Theatre, Drumheller

A Christmas Carol Canadian work
Nov 20 - 29, Keyano Theatre, Fort McMurray

The Mystery of Edwin Drood
Nov 20 - 29, Red Deer College

The Sound of Music
Nov 20 - 29, River Valley Players, Drayton Valley

Bedtime Stories Canadian work
Nov 20 - Dec 6, Innisfail Town Theater

The Sound of Music
Nov 21 - 29, Windmill Theatre Players, High River

Yuletide Yeti Albertan work
Nov 22 - Dec 31, The Odd-Lot Puppetry Co., School Tour (province-wide)

Quest Theatre Story Telling Tour
Nov 23 - Dec 14, Quest Theatre, School Tour (province-wide)

Doctor Dolittle, Jr.
Nov 26 - 29, Horizon Players, Spruce Grove

A Christmas Story, the Musical
Nov 27 - Dec 7, St. Albert Children's Theatre

Funny Money
Nov 27 - Dec 13, Grande Prairie Live Theatre

A Little Dickens on the Radio Albertan work
Nov 28 - 30, Calmar Prairie Players

The Velveteen Rabbit
Nov 28 - 30, Three Hills Arts Academy

Anne of Green Gables, the Musical Canadian work
Nov 28 - Dec 13, Klaglahachie Fine Arts Society, Ponoka

Snowed in at Christmas Albertan work
Nov 28 - Dec 20, Aspen Crossing Theatre, Mossleigh

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Theatre News

3rd Annual BSMT Dwellers Playwriting Competition winner announced - Calgary

Theatre BSMT and Alberta Playwrights’ Network is proud to announce the winner of our 2015 BSMT Dwellers Competition: Before the Night Takes Us by Ryan Reese.

Colleen Murphy wins Carol Bolt Award for Pig Girl - National

Congratulations to Colleen Murphy on receiving the 2014 Carol Bolt Award for her play Pig Girl during the Tom Hendry Awards ceremony held in Toronto on October 27th.

Theatre community mourns loss of Norm Usiskin - Edmonton

Edmonton's theatre community was saddened to learn of the passing of Norm Usiskin, who passed away on October 20th. Our deepest condolences to Norm's family and friends

Windmill Theatre Players set to celebrate 40th anniversary - High River

On November 22, 2014, Windmill Theatre Players will celebrate its 40th anniversary in a celebration at the High River Memorial Center. Congratulations!

Olivier Choinière wins 2014 Siminovitch Prize in Theatre - National

The 2014 Siminovitch Prize was held October 20, at University of Toronto’s Hart House Theatre. Congratulations to recipient Olivier Choinière and his protégée Annick Lefebvre.

Citadel Theatre announces 2015 co-production of Evangeline - Edmonton

The Citadel Theatre and the Charlottetown Festival announced a co-production of Evangeline, one of the most ambitious musicals ever to originate in Canada, in 2015.

New Norm Foster play features playwright himself onstage - Fort McMurray

Keyano Theatre hosted the Alberta premiere of Norm Foster’s On A First Name Basis in October, with the production starring the celebrated Canadian playwright himself.

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Auditions (Calgary): Legoland – Urban Curvz Theatre - Audition dates: December 3-4. Deadline to submit: November 16.

Audition (Calgary): Awesome Allie, first kid astronaut – StoryBook Theatre - By appointment: November 18, 7:00pm.

Auditions (Calgary): Before the Night Takes Us – Theatre BSMT - By appointment: November 30, 6:00-10:00pm.

Audition (Calgary): Performer – Theatre Encounter - By appointment. No set audition date (performance in March 2015). Open until filled.


Audition (Edmonton): Looking for Improvists! – Sorry, Not Sorry Theatre - By appointment: November 10, 4:00-8:00pm.

Audition (Edmonton): "The Imaginist" (short film) – Artisan Visuelle - By appointment: November 28 & 30.


Auditions (St. Albert / Edmonton): How the Other Half Loves – St. Albert Theatre Troupe - By appointment: November 8, 10, 11.

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Job Postings

Please note that jobs with no deadline will only be included in one issue of Theatre Buzz, unless we are instructed otherwise by the posting organization.


Job (Calgary): Sales & Box Office Associate – Theatre Calgary - Deadline:
November 7, 4:00pm


Job (Edmonton): Searching for a Santa Claus – West Edmonton Mall - Open til filled.

Job (Edmonton): Box Office Customer Service Representative – The Citadel Theatre - Open til filled.

Job (Edmonton): Costumed Characters & Handlers Needed for Kickoff to Christmas Event - Extreme Marketing and Promotions - Open til filled. Event on November 22.

Job (Edmonton): Operations Director (Facility and Festival) – Fringe Theatre Adventures - Open til filled. Interviewing process begins December 3.

Job (Edmonton): Artistic Director – Rapid Fire Theatre - Deadline: January 14, 2015.

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Workshops / Classes / Education/ Camps

Please note that classes with no listed dates will be included in three issues of Theatre Buzz, unless we are instructed otherwise by the posting organization.


Workshop (Calgary): Introduction to Lessac Voice Work – Robin Carr - November 7-8.

Workshop (Calgary): Developing New Work Without Killing It - Urban Curvz Theatre - A Master Class with Karen Hines - November 28-30

Workshops (Calgary): WordShed – Alberta Playwrights’ Network - February 18 & 19, 2015.

Education (Calgary): 2015 Advanced Devised Production Intensive - Ghost River Theatre - May 4-23, 2015 - Early bird pricing deadline: December 31.

Classes (Calgary): Learn Voice Over for Commercials, Narrations, Audio Books, Animation and More! – VoiceSpot WCS - Various time slots available.


Classes (Edmonton): Introduction to Film Acting – Steve Dhillon - 3-4 week intro program at 1-2 times a week. Location & dates TBD.

Workshops (Edmonton): Fall/Winter 2014 Puppet Workshops! – The Odd-Lot Puppetry Co. - Hands Up! An Introduction to Puppet Performance – New class every month.

Classes (Edmonton): Foote Theatre School Fall/Winter 2014/15 – Citadel Theatre - Register now for Winter classes beginning in January 2015.

Workshops (Edmonton): WordShed – Alberta Playwrights’ Network - February 19 & 20, 2015.

Classes (Edmonton): Singing with Adrianne Salmon - Various time slots available.

Classes (Edmonton): Learn Voice Over for Commercials, Narrations, Audio Books, Animation and More! – VoiceSpot WCS - Various time slots available.


Education (Banff): 2015 Writers’ Guild of Alberta Banff Writing Retreat - January 30 – February 8, 2015. Deadline: November 14.

Workshop (Banff): Paddy Crean Stage Combat Workshop: Heroes and Monsters – The Banff Centre - December 29, 2014 – January 3, 2015. Deadline: November 19.

Education (Banff): Theatre Production, Design and Stage Management Practicum Programs – The Banff Centre - Various dates in 2015. Deadline: December 10.

Education: RDC Study Tour New York City – Red Deer College - February 16 – 20, 2015. Deadline: December 12.

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Events / Fundraisers / Deals

Fundraiser (Calgary): The Shape of a Girl – Artists’ Collective Theatre - Fundraiser performances November 7 & 8 at West Village Theatre.

Event (Edmonton): Beyond Board Basics Conference 2014 – November 8 at University of Alberta.

Fundraiser (Alberta): Playwrights – APN Write-A-Thon - November 14-15 in Calgary and Edmonton. Call for playwrights & pledges.

Event (Banff): Convergence – The Banff Centre - An International Summit on Interdisciplinary Arts + Technology; November 27-29.

Events (Edmonton): Script Salon Winter lineup of play readings:

  • December 7 - MATARA by Conni Massing
  • January 4 - IRMA VOTH by Chris Craddock (based on the novel by Miriam Toews)
  • February 1 - The Winners of the 2014 Alberta Playwriting Competition HELMUT’S BIG DAY by James Wade & BEFORE THE NIGHT TAKES US by Ryan Reese

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No new Space listings this month.


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Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunity (Leduc): Choreographer for The Addams Family Musical – Leduc Drama Society - Deadline: November 7.

Volunteer Opportunity (Calgary): Costume designers/builders – Morpheus Theatre - Open til filled.

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Calls For Submissions

Call for Submissions (Edmonton): Peep Show - new scripts – SkirtsAFire herArts Festival - Submission deadline: extended to November 8.

Call for Submissions (Calgary): Nominations – Calgary’s 2015 Cultural Leaders Legacy Artist Awards - Submission deadline: 4:30pm on November 21.

Call for Submissions (Calgary): Girls Gone Wilde Festival -Urban Curvz Theatre - Submission deadline: November 30.

Call for Submissions (Edmonton): Stage Struck! 2015 – Alberta Drama Festival Association (ADFA) - Submission deadline: December 15 (*only nine slots available).

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Misc. (Edmonton): Audiences needed for survey on surtitles – L’UniThéâtre
A Master’s student in the Translation Studies program through the Department of Modern Languages and Cultural studies at the University of Alberta is currently collaborating with L’UniThéâtre and conducting a Study on the Audience Reception of Theatre Surtitles. Audience members needed to fill out survey.

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Donors, New & Renewing Members

Donations and members listed below were processed during October 2014.


Elizabeth Wilkie, Two ONE-WAY Tickets to Broadway Productions, and Theatre Alberta Library Patrons from the office donation jar!



Petra Duncan, Craig Colegrave, Jackie Dyment, Kendra Lamothe, Joey Lucius



Linda Cornell, Beth Dunbar, Theo Thirsk, Susan Smith, Charlotte Cameron, Diana-Marie Stolz, Russell Thomas, Alastair Elliot, Anna Barker, Hunter Cardinal, Lindsay Phillips, Stephen Ekstrom, Kieran Dunch, Adara Broyles, Curtis den Otter, Harley Morison, Ainsley Hillyard, Alison Neuman, DJ Gellatly, Bridget Lyne, Judy Stelck, Jarrett Hennig, Jennifer Muir, Selina Galm


Accidental Humour Co., River Valley Players, Camrose Performing Arts Centre, Theatre of the New Heart Society, Birnton Theatricals, Punctuate! Theatre Society, Bashaw Community Theatre, Curtain Call Community Theatre, Rural Notes Music Services, Haven Theatre, Esplanade Arts & Heritage Centre, Catalyst Theatre (C103), Castor Little Theatre, The Friends of the Majestic Theatre, Gas & Light Productions, One Yellow Rabbit Performance Theatre, University of Calgary, Theatre Calgary, Fire Exit Theatre, Keyano Theatre and Arts Centre, Grande Prairie Live Theatre, Caviar Players Drama Society

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