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October 2014

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Theatre Alberta's 2014 Casino - November 1st & 2nd.

To our Members:

Notes for October:

Theatre Alberta staff will be travelling around the province in October to a number of events, and we are looking forward to meeting up with the community.

Our Executive Director Keri Mitchell will be in Calgary on October 8th to host information sessions for independent and/or professional theatre companies to learn more about Workers' Compensation insurance. The session will be reprised twice (at 4 and 6 p.m.) in Studio B at The Morpheus Rehearsal Centre, located in the lower level of the Parkdale Community Centre. 3512 – 5th Avenue NW. There is ample free parking. Click here to sign up!

Aaron Talbot - photo by PK Photography

During the weekend of October 17th - 19th, Keri and the Theatre Alberta Board of Directors will be having a board meeting in Red Deer and in Edmonton, Programmer Frazer Andrews will be at the St. Albert Amplify Youth Festival, while myself and Administrator/Executive Assistant Morgan Norwich will be in Red Deer for Showcase 2014 to promote the Picks of the Edmonton Fringe 2015/2016 Tour Lineup. Finally, Alberta Theatre Projects' Blitz Weekend is happening in Calgary that weekend as well, and we encourage you to attend. Scroll down for more information on all these events below.

Finally, we only need TWO MORE volunteers for our Casino in Edmonton on November 1-2. As you know, this is a crucial source of funding for our organization, and we could really use your help to complete our schedule. Shift times are listed below - please contact Morgan at theatreab@theatrealberta.com if you can help us out.

Aaron Talbot
Communications & Marketing

“I love theatre, and you learn too much as an actor and enjoy too much of it not to want to go back a lot.”

~Benedict Cumberbatch

What's New at Theatre Alberta

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Congratulations to Jenn Merio of Calgary who won the Grand Prize of the Theatre Alberta 2014 Raffle (AGLC Raffle Licence #385323): The Stratford Festival Package! 

The 2014 Theatre Alberta Raffle was held at 3 p.m. on September 26th in the Theatre Alberta Library. Congratulations to all our winners:

Prize  Winner  City  Ticket
Draw #1: Theatre Network Gift Certificate, value $50.00  Jason Magee  Edmonton  0765 
Draw #2: Sage Theatre Gift Certificate, value $70.00  Marie Gynane-Willis  Edmonton  0671
Draw #3: The Citadel Theatre Gift Certificate, value $70.00     Amanda Skopik  Edmonton  0511
Draw #4: Sundance Balloons Package, value $650.00  D. Erasmus  Provost  0932 
Draw #5: Rosebud Theatre Package, value $380.00  Sherry Lavoie  Fort Saskatchewan   0050 
Draw #6: The Banff Centre Package, value $540.00  Jolene Dyer  Edmonton 0111 
Draw #7: The Stratford Festival Package, value  $2,050.00  Jenn Merio  Calgary  0837 

Theatre Alberta would like to thank everyone who purchased a ticket: thanks to you we raised nearly $8,000! We would also like to thank our Board of Directors who worked to make tickets available across the province. And, of course, a big thank you goes to each of our 2014 Raffle donors:



Theatre Alberta will be holding its casino at the Baccarat Casino, located in downtown Edmonton, on November 1st and 2nd. We are looking for existing or new members to volunteer for the last two remaining positions:

Saturday November 1st:

Day Banker - 9:00am-5:00pm

Sunday November 2nd:

Late Night Banker - 9:30pm-4:00am

Call 780-422-8162 (toll free 1-888-422-8160) or email us at theatreab@theatrealberta.com ASAP if you are able to help us with these final two spots!

Don’t worry if you’ve never worked a casino before (or 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.

All volunteers receive credit towards their Theatre Alberta membership!

Click here for more information and to download the Volunteer Application Form!



  Off Book The Music Shangri-La Real Time

Theatre Alberta, Arts Touring Alliance of Alberta (ATAA), and Fringe Theatre Adventures are proud to announce the 2015/2016 Picks of the Edmonton Fringe tour lineup:

All three companies will be presenting excerpts of their work to rural Alberta presenters at Showcase 2014 at Red Deer College on October 17th. More information about each production, including tour dates and pricing, will be made available in the next couple of weeks at theatrealberta.com/tour.



  2014 St. Albert Amplify Youth Festival

Theatre Alberta is excited to be hanging out at the Amplify Youth Festival at the Enjoy Centre, St. Albert, October 17th and 18th.

We'll be offering festival goers an opportunity to 'take up the Artstrek Shakespeare Gauntlet.' Challengers will get to don a costume, receive a Shakespearean name, and complete a fun acting challenge.

We’ll be in the main hall of the festival on Friday, October 17th from 3:00 to 6:00PM and Saturday, October 18th from 11:00AM to 6:00PM. We encourage any youth (aged 13-21) in St. Albert and the greater Edmonton area to come and take up the Gauntlet—if thou darest!



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 October 2014 include:

Tech Theatre Bootcamp in Edmonton
On October 17th, technical director and designer Bobby Smale will be leading a ‘Tech Theatre Bootcamp’ covering lights, sound, and projection with Edmonton Catholic School District teachers.

Dialects in Calmar
Doug Mertz will be heading from Edmonton to Calmar on October 25th, and bringing with him his dialect expertise. He’ll be helping the Calmar Prairie Players with British and New York dialects for their upcoming production of A Little Dickens on the Radio.

Upcoming workshops:
Other October sessions still in the works include:

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.



Blitz Weekend at Alberta Theatre Projects is an immersive, exclusive, and action-packed backstage weekend for all theatre fans! Join us October 17 – 19 to celebrate the world premiere of Butcher by Nicolas Billon, part of the Enbridge playRites Series of New Canadian Plays. Go behind-the-scenes for insightful conversations, new play readings, parties, and the famous Blitz Pancake Breakast.

Blitz is where audiences and artists meet to explore the themes of the play and go deeper into the world of new Canadian theatre. Let your curiosity guide you – all weekend long at ATP!


Call the Ticket Office at 403-294-7493 or register online.

Click here to view the Blitz weekend schedule (PDF).



  Everyday Voice CareStaging an Interactive Mystery Play Page to Stage

Theatre Alberta's Librarians have catalogued 15 new reference books over the weekend and added them to the stacks of Canada's largest fully circulating, independent theatre library. These new acquisitions are now available for lending - remember, we mail titles free-of-charge to our members outside of Edmonton. Click here to view the new reference titles (PDF), or visit the New Items page in our Online Catalogue to check out the more than 200 titles that have been added to our collection over the last three months!

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 October 11 - 13 for the Thanksgiving weekend. The Dropbox will be unavailable.

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Move Over, Mrs. Markham
Happy Toes
The Daisy Theatre
On A First Name Basis
The Last Spike
Oral Fixations
The Dixie Swim Club

What's On in Alberta

Opening in October

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



Oct 1 - 11, The Shakespeare Company

Move Over, Mrs. Markham
Oct 3 - 11, Morpheus Theatre

Richard Scarry's BUSYTOWN the musical
Oct 3 - 25, StoryBook Theatre

Dirty Laundry Young Company: Season 1 Albertan work
Oct 5 – May 3, 2015, Dirty Laundry - The Next Generation

Halo Canadian work
Oct 8 - 12, Fire Exit Theatre

Butcher Canadian work
Oct 14 - Nov 1, Alberta Theatre Projects

Liberation Days Albertan work
Oct 14 - Nov 9, Theatre Calgary

Oct 17 - 25, Scorpio Theatre

Oct 21 - Nov 1, School of Creative and Performing Arts (University of Calgary)

Oct 22 - 25, Theatre Junction GRAND / Springboard Performance’s Fluid Festival / L-E-V

The Bone House Albertan work
Oct 22 - Nov 1, Apparition Theatre

Victor and Victoria’s Terrifying Tale of Terrible Things Albertan work
Oct 22 - Nov 1, Kill Your Television / One Yellow Rabbit Performance Theatre

Pinnocchio Canadian work
Oct 24 - 26, Vertigo Theatre Y Stage Series / Tout à Trac

Jake's Gift Canadian work
Oct 27 - Nov 22, Lunchbox Theatre / Juno Productions

Cooking Up a Murder Albertan work
Oct 30, Pegasus Performances

The Malteaser Rabbit Albertan work
Oct 30 - 31, Pegasus Performances

9 to 5: The Musical
Oct 31 - Nov 15, Front Row Centre Players



The Hitchcock Radio Show
Oct 1 - 5, The Capitol Theatre

Happy Toes Albertan work
Oct 2 - 18, Teatro la Quindicina

Proud Canadian work
Oct 2 - 19, theatre no. 6

And Then, the Lights Went Out… Albertan work
Oct 15 - 25, Walterdale Theatre

The Daisy Theatre Canadian work
Oct 16 - Nov 2, Citadel Theatre / Ronnie Burkett Theatre of Marionettes

Cadaveret: A Halloween Cabaret! Albertan work
Oct 17, Cadaveret Company / Go 4 Broke Productions

Friends of the Forties Albertan work
Oct 17 - 19, The Capitol Theatre / Kay Bridge Productions

Die-Nasty: The Live Improvised Soap Opera Albertan work
Oct 20 - May 25, 2015, The Varscona Theatre

Rumpelstiltskin Albertan work
Oct 24 - 26, Alberta Opera / Fringe Theatre Adventures

The Barber of Seville
Oct 25 - 30, Edmonton Opera

One Man Two Guvnors
Oct 25 - Nov 16, Citadel Theatre

Catch Me If You Can
Oct 29 - Nov 8, MacEwan University Theatre Programs

La corneille Canadian work
Oct 29 - Nov 9, L'Unithéâtre

Sequence Albertan work
Oct 29 - Nov 16, Shadow Theatre

Oct 30 - Nov 8, University of Alberta Department of Drama / Studio Theatre

The Secret Garden
Oct 31 - Nov 9, Concordia University College of Alberta Drama Department



Jake's Gift Canadian work
Oct 1 - 11, New West Theatre / Juno Productions, Lethbridge

On A First Name Basis Canadian work
Oct 2 - 11, Keyano Theatre, Fort McMurray

Rounding Third
Oct 2 - 19, Central Alberta Theatre, Red Deer

The Last Spike Albertan work
Oct 4 - 25, Aspen Crossing Theatre, Mossleigh

Bull Prov Albertan work
Oct 4 – May 9, 2015, Bull Skit Comedy, Red Deer

Gravy and Moe Albertan work
Oct 6 – June 15, 2015, Bigs & Littles Theatre, School Tour (province-wide)

Oral Fixations Albertan work
Oct 9 - 18, Ignition Theatre, Red Deer

William Shakespeare's Land of the Dead
Oct 9 - 18, Red Deer College

Black Comedy / Act III Albertan work
Oct 10 - 25, Dewdney Players, Okotoks

Oct 14 - 18, University of Lethbridge

The General Canadian work
Oct 15 - Nov 30, Quest Theatre, School Tour (province-wide)

Albert's Afraid Albertan work
Oct 17 - 31, The Odd-Lot Puppetry Co., School Tour (province-wide)

The Bully Project Albertan work
Oct 20 - Nov 15, Concrete Theatre, School Tour (province-wide)

Working It Out Albertan work
Oct 20 - Nov 30, Alberta Workers' Health Centre, School Tour (province-wide)

The Dixie Swim Club
Oct 22 - 25, Playgoers of Lethbridge

The Good Game Canadian work
Oct 23 - Nov 08, Grande Prairie Live Theatre

Breath of Spring
Oct 23 - Nov 08, Taber Players

It Runs in The Family
Oct 25 - Nov 16, Beaverhill Players, Holden

Rumpelstiltskin Albertan work
Oct 27 - June 12, 2015, Alberta Opera, School Tour (province-wide)

Oct 30 - Nov 1, University of Lethbridge TheatreXtra

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Theatre News

AFA releases Arts Impact 2014: Ripple Effects from the Arts Sector - Alberta

The Alberta Founation for the Arts proudly releases Arts Impact 2014: Ripple Effects from the Arts Sector, following up the first Arts Impact Alberta with 2 more years of info.

Edmonton Playwright Nicole Moeller featured in National Play Reading Series - National

Nicole Moeller and her new work The Mothers was one of 6 plays selected across Canada to take part in the Nightwood Theatre’s New Groundswell Festival.

Colleen Murphy’s Pig Girl nominated for Carol Bolt Award - National

The current University of Alberta Department of Drama Lee Playwright in Residence, Colleen Murphy, has had her play Pig Girl nominated for the 2014 Carol Bold Award.

University of Alberta Acting Instructors Recognized for Excellence - Edmonton

University of Alberta Department of Drama Acting instructors recognized for excellence in helping students learn the art of stagecraft through the UofA’s 2014 Teaching Unit Award.

Script Salon announces Winter lineup of play readings - Edmonton

Six plays were announced in March for the first series of readings. We are happy to announce a second round of six plays that will take the Script Salon series into 2015.

Playwrights Guild of Canada launches Equity in Theatre (EIT) initiative - National

Playwrights Guild of Canada is proud to announce the launch of Equity in Theatre (EIT). EIT will roll-out a campaign to help redress gender inequities in the theatre sector.

Karen Johnson Diamond announced as 2014-2015 RBC Emerging Director - Calgary

Lunchbox Theatre’s RBC Emerging Director Program invites theatre practitioners to advance their directorial skills through a combination of mentorship and hands-on experience.

University of Alberta Lee Playwright in Residence 2014 Siminovitch Finalist - National

The 2014 University of Alberta Lee Playwright in Residence, Colleen Murphy, has been named one of four finalists for the 2014 Siminovitch Prize in Theatre.

Joey Tremblay returns to Catalyst Theatre for production of Elephant Wake - Edmonton

Elephant Wake, one of Catalyst Theatre’s seminal productions, returns - a homecoming for Joey Tremblay, past co-Artistic Director of Catalyst with Jonathan Christenson.

Alberta Foundations for the Arts launches What is Your Art? Campaign - Alberta

We all have our own definition of art. What’s yours? The Alberta Foundation for the Arts (AFA) wants you to share the art in your life at www.whatisyourart.ca.

Dirty Laundry introduces Young Company - Calgary

In celebration of its 15th season, Dirty Laundry is thrilled to announce its brand new young company, Dirty Laundry – The Next Generation! First show: Sunday October 5th.

Downstage announces 2014/2015 Season - Calgary

Downstage has announced its 2014/2015 season, which includes a Western Canadian Premiere, and has also unveiled a new website and logo. Congratulations!

Urban Curvz announces 2014/2015 Season - Calgary

Urban Curvz announces its 2014/2015 season, which includes a full-length play by a Canadian playwright and the annual Girls Gone Wilde Festival! Congratulations!

Maureen Kubinec named new Minister of Culture and Tourism - Alberta

Premier Jim Prentice has announced that Maureen Kubinec, MLA for Barrhead-Morinville-Westlock, will be the Minister of the new amalgamated Ministry of Culture and Tourism.

Catch the Keys announced as 2014-2015 Catalyst Company in Residence - Edmonton

Catalyst Theatre’s Creator in Residence program provides resources and support to up and coming theatre groups. Catch the Keys Productions is the 2014-2015 Company in Residence.

Culture Industries contribute 3.1% to Canadian Economy in 2010 - National

Statistics Canada released the first Canadian Culture Satellite Account, which estimates that culture contributed 3.1% to the Canadian economy in 2010 and 3.7% of total employment.

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Auditions (Calgary): I Hate Hamlet – Morpheus Theatre - Open auditions: October 2, 7:00 - 9:30pm.

Audition (Calgary): rihannaboi95 – Downstage - Deadline to submit: October 8.

Auditions (Calgary): Cat on a Hot Tin Roof – Dewdney Players - By appointment: October 11-15.

Auditions (Calgary / Lethbridge): The Goat or Who is Sylvia? – Koru Productions - By appointment. No set audition date (rehearsals begin November 3). Open until filled.


Audition (Edmonton) : Cheerleader! at The Roxy – Human Loser Productions - By appointment: October 4.

Auditions (Edmonton): Kiss of the Spiderwoman – Two ONE-WAY Tickets to Broadway - By appointment: October 16-17.

Auditions (Edmonton): Miss Saigon – Two ONE-WAY Tickets to Broadway - By appointment: October 16-17.


Auditions (Calgary / Lethbridge): The Goat or Who is Sylvia? – Koru Productions - By appointment. No set audition date (rehearsals begin November 3). Open until filled.

Auditions (Leduc & Area): Spirit Control by Beau Willimon - Leduc Drama Society - October 22, 6:30-8:30pm and October 26, 4:30-7:00pm.

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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): Bar Supervisor – Part-time – Theatre Calgary - Deadline: October 5..

Job (Calgary): TYA Tour Stage Manager – Quest Theatre - Deadline: October 8.

Job (Calgary): Executive Assistant – One Yellow Rabbit Theatre - Deadline: October 9.

Job (Calgary): Technical Director – One Yellow Rabbit Theatre - Deadline: October 9.


Job (Edmonton): Media Relations Manager – The Citadel Theatre - Open until filled.

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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): KJD’s SOUTHSIDE Safe and Secure Sanctuary of Warm and Fuzzy Improv – Dirty Laundry - October 5.

Workshops (Calgary): WordShed – Alberta Playwrights’ Network - October 18 & 19, 2014; February 21 & 22, 2015.

Education (Calgary): Youth 9-14 for RUDDIGORE – Morpheus Theatre’s G&S Jr. - Saturdays, 10:00-11:30am from October 18 to April 18.

Classes (Calgary): Fall Physical Theatre/Acting classes for Adults – Theatre A Go-Go - Sundays Oct. 19 – Dec. 7 @ 1:00-3:00pm OR Mondays Oct. 20 – Dec. 8 @ 7:30-9:00pm.

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

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.


Workshop (Edmonton): Improv! and Monologue Work – Insight Actors Group - October 20, 7:15-9:30pm.

Workshops (Edmonton): WordShed – Alberta Playwrights’ Network - October 16 & 17, 2014; February 19 & 20, 2015.

Workshops (Edmonton): Fall/Winter 2014 Puppet Workshops! – The Odd-Lot Puppetry Co. - Puppet Boot Camp – October 1, 18 & 19, 2014; Monster Mayhem – November 1, 2, & 8, 2014; Hands Up! – New class every month.

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


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

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Events / Fundraisers / Deals

Event (Edmonton): Legends of Broadway – presented by Jewish Family Services - October 5 - Andrea Martin.

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

  • October 5 - AT THE STARLITE by Richard Gishler
  • November 2 - THE PREACHER, THE PRINCESS AND A CROW by Nicole Moeller
  • 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

Deal (Calgary): Fox on the Fairway Industry Nights – Stage West Theatre Restaurant - October 14 & 28.

Event (Edmonton): Notice of Annual General Meeting – Northern Light Theatre - October 27 at 7:00 pm. Location: 9919 105 Street. Please RSVP by October 15.

Event (Calgary): Blitz Weekend – Alberta Theatre Projects - October 17 – 19, at EPCOR Centre for the Arts.

Fundraiser (St. Albert): IndieGoGo Campaign - 2014 Amplify Youth Festival - Campaign closes October 31.

Event (Calgary): Creative Calgary Congress – Calgary Arts Development - November 6, University of Calgary – Downtown Campus (906 8th Ave. SW).

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

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No new Space listings this month.


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Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer (Edmonton): Theatre Alberta Casino - Theatre Alberta will be holding its 2014 casino at the Baccarat Casino on November 1st and 2nd. All volunteers receive credit towards their Theatre Alberta membership! Call us at 780-422-8162 (toll free 1-888-422-8160) or email us to volunteer.

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Calls For Submissions

Call for Submissions (Calgary): Calgary Arts Professionals Survey – Calgary Arts Development - Survey open until October 10.

Call for Submissions (Edmonton): Cultural Diversity in the Arts Project Grant – Edmonton Arts Council - Submission deadline: October 15.

Call for Submissions (Edmonton): Artist call for Art and Dance Gala – Toy Guns Dance Theatre - Submission deadline: October 17.

Call for Submissions (Edmonton): Peep Show - new scripts – SkirtsAFire herArts Festival - Submission deadline: November 1.

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

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

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No new miscellaneous listings this month.

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Donors, New & Renewing Members

Donations and members listed below were processed during September 2014.


Alastair Elliot, Dr James Austin Beck, Ecole Secondaire Beaumont Composite High School, Gilbert Drapeau, Michele Fleiger, and Theatre Alberta Library Patrons from the office donation jar!



Amanda LeBlanc, Andy Mikula, Noel Taylor


Heritage Christian Academy



Claude Giroux, Karli Andreas, Shannon Boyle, Rebecca Collins, Rhonda Day, Dale Dryer, Savannah Essington, Hilary Forde, Stacy Fysh, Steve Jodoin, Marissa Kochanski, Annette Loiselle, Marina Mair-Sanchez, Sarah Bryn Mallandaine, Nancy McAlear, Doug Mertz, Adrienne Owen, Mary-Ellen Perley, Tara Rorke, Annie Smith, Kathryn Smith, Elaine Smith, Rebecca Starr, Frank Tichy, Dan Wilmott, Heather Zacharias


About Time Productions, Ardrossan High School, Aspen Crossing Theatre, Calgary International Fringe Festival, Company of Rogues Actors’ Studio/Rogues Theatre, Foremost Theatrical Society, Front Row Centre Players, GPRC Theatre Rising, Heartland Arts Troupe Society, Morpheus Theatre, Northern Light Theatre, Reinholdt Productions, Strathmore Theatre Players Guild, Sun.Ergos, A Company of Theatre and Dance, The Shakespeare Company, Theatre Prospero, Theatre Transit, Three Hills Arts Academy Society, Vertigo Theatre, Wetaskiwin Theatre Society/Water Works Players, WP Puppet Theatre Society

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