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August 2015



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To our Members:

This is the last month of our summer students' contracts, as they will both be returning to the University of Alberta in September. We thought we'd give Jake and Jordan a chance to say goodbye to our members and friends in this month's Theatre Buzz:

Artstrek 2015 was truly the #bestmidsummernightever!

Over the course of three weeks, Theatre Alberta’s Artstrek welcomed 318 students from across the country and believe it or not, around the world, to Red Deer College (RDC) to explore William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream under the guidence of incredible instructors and supervisors.

Jake Tkaczyk

Artstrek 2015 has wrapped up, the young artists are home, the 2015/2016 Playbill is on its way and summer is coming to an end. But before bundling up for the cold becomes essential, there is still time to get out and enjoy the many festivals that Alberta has to offer! It is truly a delight to be a part of this community!

Have a great August everyone and I’m sure I’ll see you around! Cheers,

Jake Tkaczyk
Artstrek Program Assistant

Jordan Sabo

What a summer it has been for me at the Library! While I have worked as your Library Assistant at Theatre Alberta, I have been able to acquaint myself with theatre of every level. One of my projects here was to research every major theatre company across Canada in order to find new plays in the upcoming season that could be added to our collections. This kept me up to date on the latest social issues theatre companies were exploring on a national level.

I also got to research the most produced playwrights across North America, broadening my knowledge to theatre on a global level. As for regionally, Theatre Alberta has been a great work environment to share views and ideas with other theatre-lovers on all of the shows in our province: past, future and present. I was also assigned to categorize and label all of the Albertan plays that we carry in the library.

Lastly, and most importantly, I had the opportunity to meet with artists and educators face to face as they visited the library. Getting to meet familiar and unfamiliar faces in person was my favorite part of the job. This by far was my favorite part of the job and the best way to learn more about the Edmonton theatre community.

If I had any advice for Theatre Alberta members, it would to read and produce more local work– read as many Albertan and Canadian playwrights as you can. As Canadians, as Albertans, even as Edmontonians, it is important to develop and maintain a point of view that applies to who we are and where we live. Happy reading!

Jordan Sabo
Library Program Assistant

“I regard the theatre as the greatest of all art forms, the most immediate way in which a human being can share with another the sense of what it is to be a human being.”

~Thornton Wilder

What's New at Theatre Alberta

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Battle for the Limelight 2014
The infamous 1,000-year-old egg challenge from the 2014 event! Photo: EPIC Photography.


Theatre AL-BEAT-CHA will return to compete and defend our third place finish in the 2015 edition of Northern Light Theatre's Battle for the Limelight fundraising competition! We're running two teams this year - the Guys and the Dolls.

Our team members will be seeking pledges to support our efforts against a fiercely competitive field this year. The event takes place on August 29 in Edmonton. Watch our Twitter feed (@TheatreAlberta) and Facebook page for our teams' progress throughout the day.

If you'd like to support a team member, contact Theatre Alberta for more information at theatreab@theateralberta.com or call us at 1-888-422-8160 (toll-free in Alberta) or 780-422-8162 in Edmonton.



Shadow Performance with Anita Miotti
Pictured above: an image from Grande Prairie Live Theatre’s December 2014 workshop on Shadow Performance with Calgary’s Anita Miotti.


After a brief hiatus in July and August, Theatre Alberta is excited to once again partner with our member organizations to offer their communities theatre training opportunities and expert knowledge through Workshops by Request.

Theatre Alberta’s Workshops by Request is a unique and highly subsidized program that shares the talents and resources of Alberta’s leading theatre artists with a variety of theatre companies across the province. Between September 2014 - June 2015, a total of 24 workshops were offered, reaching more than 250 theatre artists and enthusiasts in both rural communities and Alberta’s urban centres.

A total of 18 theatre organizations partnered with Theatre Alberta to offer workshops in communities across the province, including: Airdrie, Calgary, Calmar, Camrose, Canmore, Drayton Valley, Edmonton, Grande Prairie, High River, Lethbridge, Ponoka, St. Albert, Sundre, and Wetaskiwin. Workshops topics ranged from stage lighting to site-specific theatre creation, from character development to shadow performance. We were also pleased to partner with St. Albert Children's Theatre and the City of St. Albert to support a special workshop with Broadway musical theatre stars Pasek & Paul.

Workshops by Request are coordinated by Theatre Alberta at your request and targeted to the specific needs of your theatre organization. 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.

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 morgan@theatrealberta.com.



Adam Pascal at StoryBook Theatre

Theatre Alberta is pleased to partner with StoryBook Theatre to present a special a special Workshop and Fundraising Event with Broadway musical theatre star Adam Pascal on Saturday, August 15th, 2015.

Mr. Pascal has been invited to join StoryBook Theatre's Student Summer Intensive Program to offer his expertise as a successful Broadway actor as well as offer the students insight into the role and show that launched his epic career. StoryBook has also arranged for a MUSICAL THEATRE AUDITION WORKSHOP open to the public and limited to 20 participants with Mr. Pascal.

This special day will end with a one night only FUNDRAISING CONCERT called “TOMORROW’S TALENT, TODAY” featuring the incredible young performers working here at StoryBook Theatre peforming along side this incredible Broadway Star! The concert will serve as a fundraiser for the 2016 Student Summer Intensive with the goal to raise enough funds to allow up to 5 students the chance to take part in an experience like that received by our students this year. This is a concert for everyone to see and not to be missed. It is a really special opportunity to have a Broadway great come to our stage; you don’t want to miss it. Come be thoroughly entertained. Seating will be limited.

“Originating starring roles such as Roger in RENT and Radames in Disney’s hit musical Aida, Adam will delight and inspire audiences with his interpretations of Broadway classics.“

This workshop is presented through the support and cooperation of Theatre Alberta's Workshops by Request program.



2015 Theatre Alberta Raffle Ticket sample

There are more than $6,000 in prizes to be won over six draws at the 2015 Theatre Alberta Raffle - AGLC Raffle Licence 410832. The draw date is October 30, 2015, at 3:00 p.m. in the Theatre Alberta Library. Full prize descriptions as well as rules and regulations can be found at theatrealberta.com/raffle.

How to purchase Raffle tickets:
Tickets are $10 each - only 1,000 tickets have been printed. Tickets can be purchased from Theatre Alberta staff at the Library in Edmonton, and from Theatre Alberta board members across the province (to contact any of our Directors, please email theatreab@theatrealberta.com and we'll put you in touch). You can also purchase Raffle tickets over the phone using a credit card by calling 780-422-8162 (in Edmonton) or 1-888-422-8160 (toll free in Alberta). You must be 18 years of age to purchaes. Raffle tickets are not available to be purchased online and must be purchased within the province of Alberta.

Thank you to our 2015 Raffle donors.

Thank to Jeremy Mason for his generous donation to the Theatre Alberta 2015 Raffle.

2015 Raffle Donors





We have a Calgary Fringe blog and an Edmonton Fringe blog we use to promote festival shows! Every show posted to our RSS feed on our website is shared on Theatre Alberta’s Facebook page and Twitter feed (@TheatreAlberta). You can even submit an image to used as Theatre Alberta’s Facebook page cover photo during the festivals! (*Subject to availability on a first-come, first-served basis.)

Click here to enter your show information. And break a leg this summer!



Library books

Playwrights' Guild of Canada recently ran a contest in which the public voted for 10 iconic Canadian play covers to be printed on t-shirts We took a look at the nominees and found a great number of them in the Theatre Alberta Library collection, including:

2 Pianos 4 Hands (Ted Dykstra and Richard Greenblatt)
Age of Minority (Jordan Tannahill)
Armstrong’s War (Colleen Murphy)
Blood (Meg Braem)
Carried Away on the Crest of a Wave (David Yee)
How Do I Love Thee? (Florence Gibson MacDonald)
It Is Solved By Walking (Catherine Banks)
Lenin’s Embalmers (Vern Thiessen)
Little One & Other Plays (Hannah Moscovitch)
Mirror Game (Dennis Foon) – we have both the full length and one-act versions
Proud (Michael Healey)
That Elusive Spark (Janet Munsil)
The Best Brothers (Daniel MacIvor)
The Elephant Song (Nicolas Billon)
The Foursome (Norm Foster)
The Grandkid (John Lazarus)
The Remarkable Flight of Marnie McPhee (Daniel Karasik)
The Romeo Initiative (Trina Davies)
The Unplugging (Yvette Nolan)
The Woodcutter / The Cave Painter (Don Hannah)
Tough Case (David S. Craig)
True Love Lies (Brad Fraser)

Quite a list! All nominees not found in the Library have been placed on our aquisitions list.

Library_Tomson Highway plays

CBC has named Canadian playwright Tomson Highway one of five nominees to watch at this year’s Indigenous Music Awards.

The Indigenous Music Awards will be held on September 11, 2015, as part of the Manito Ahbee Festival in Winnipeg. The five-day gathering includes indigenous music, art, education, a marketplace, and a powwow. The awards show is broadcast live on APTN.

Theatre Alberta’s Library has the following Tomson Highway plays in our collection:

• Aria
• Dry Lips Oughta Move to Kapuskasing
• Ernestine Shuswap Gets Her Trout
• The Post-Mistress
• The Rez Sisters
• Rose

Interested in borrowing a title from Canada’s largest, independent theatre library? Our helpful Librarians and staff are available to help you navigate nearly 20,000 titles in our collection. And, 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!



Theatre Alberta is currently operating our Summer Library Schedule. Just a reminder that the Library will be closed Friday thru Sunday until the end of August. (The Drop Box will be available during regular times.)

Summer Schedule: June 1 to August 31, 2015
Mon: 12-8 pm
Tues/Wed/Thurs: 10 am–3 pm
Fri/Sat/Sun: Closed

Please note Theatre Alberta's Library will next be closed September 5 - 7 for Labour Day. The Drop Box will be unavailable.

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Richard III - CYPT
Forsooth, My Lovely - Hoodlum Theatre
Modern Family Vacation - Jubilations

What's On in Alberta

Opening in August

Click here to search the Theatre Alberta Playbill.
Click here to browse 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




Richard III
Aug 5 - 9, Calgary Young People's Theatre

RENT - School Edition
Aug 7 - 22, StoryBook Theatre

Opera in the Village - The Mikadooper
Aug 13 - 22, Calgary Opera

Forsooth, My Lovely Albertan work
Aug 19 - 23, Hoodlum Theatre




34th Edmonton Internation Fringe Theatre Festival
Aug 13 - 23, Fringe Theatre Adventures

Hey, Countess! Albertan work
Aug 14 - 29, Teatro la Quindicina

Edmonton Internation Fringe Theatre Festival Holdovers
Aug 26 - 30, Fringe Theatre Adventures

Modern Family Vacation Albertan work
Aug 28 - Oct 25, Jubiliations Dinner Theatre



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Theatre News

Downstage named one of Alberta’s most innovative organizations - Calgary/Alberta

Alberta Venture magazine has named Downstage one of Alberta’s 20 most innovative organizations in its annual list. Congrats Simon and Ellen!

James Hutchison play recognized in 2015 Frostburg One-Act Playwriting Competiton - Calgary/Beyond

Calgary's James Hutchison won second place in the 2015 Frostburg One-Act Playwriting Competition with his comedy, Death and the Psychiatrist. Congrats James!

Brenda O’Donnell to retire from Arts Touring Alliance of Alberta - Edmonton

Arts Touring Alliance of Alberta (ATAA) Executive Director, Brenda O’Donnell, plans on retiring soon. Brenda has been a fantastic colleague and partner with Theatre Alberta. We wish Brenda the very best in her retirement!

Former Citadel Theatre Director General Robin Phillips has passed away - National

Renowned Canadian director Robin Phillips passed away on July 25, 2015, after a prolonged illness. He was 73. Theatre Alberta offers our condolences to Robin’s family and friends, and to all he had affected with his work and teachings.

2015 CAT Award Nominations Announced - Calgary

The CAT Awards (Community Theatre Awards) celebrate the best of community theatre in Calgary and neighbouring communities. Recipients will be announced at a ceremony on August 22 at the Rozsa Centre at the University of Calgary. Congrats to all the nominees!

Keyano Theatre to receive $10M investment for renovations - Fort McMurray

On July 14, the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo voted to invest $10 million dollars on an expansion plan for Keyano Theatre that includes a balcony, over 600 new seats, an art gallery and a brand new lobby area.

Megan Dart new SkirtsAfire Festival Manager - Edmonton

After an extensive search that brought forth many skilled candidates, Megan Dart will be joining the SkirtsAfire team as its new Festival Manager. Congrats Megan!

Azimuth Theatre co-Artistic Producer Steve Pirot stepping down - Edmonton

Steve Pirot, co-Artistic Producer of Azimuth Theatre since 2004, is stepping away from theatre to pursue an Education degree. Congrats Steve, and best of luck!

Theatre Network announces 2015-2016 Season - Edmonton

After a challenging year, Theatre Network is proud to announce its 2015/2016 Season. Includes a world premiere, a Canadian play, the Roxy Performance Series, and Nextfest.


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Audition (Calgary): Liar by Brian Drader – Theatre BSMT - By appointment: August 8. Deadline to submit: August 7

Audition (Calgary): 2015 Season Auditions – Birnton Theatricals - By appointment: August 12 - 13. Deadline to submit: August 10


Auditions (Edmonton): Citadel Young Companies – The Citadel Theatre - By appointment: August 9

Auditions (St. Albert): Girls Night Out – St. Albert Theatre Troupe - By appointment: August 24 - 25

Auditions (Edmonton): W;t – Walterdale Theatre - By appointment: August 25 - 27

Audition (Edmonton): Creatures Wanted – Deadmonton - Drop-in: August 28 & September 4

Audition (Edmonton): Youth Show Group – Edmonton Musical Theatre - By appointment: August 30

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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): Box Office Manager – Lunchbox Theatre - Deadline August 14

Job (Calgary): Technical Director – Alberta Theatre Projects - Deadline: August 21


Job (Edmonton): Fringe Comedy show promotion/hand-billing – Heartichoke Arts - Open til filled; starts August 13

Job (Edmonton): Executive Director – Arts Touring Alliance of Alberta - Deadline: August 14

Job (Edmonton): Community Programmer – Arts Habitat Edmonton - Deadline: August 21


Jobs (Fort McMurray): Theatre Technician, Theatre Support Technician – Keyano Theatre - Open til 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.


Camp (Calgary): Summer Drama Day Camps – Pumphouse Theatre - August 10 - 14 & 17 - 18

Education (Calgary): Highschool Students (15-19) – Theatre Junction Mentorship Program - Deadline: August 15

Camp (Calgary): Summer 2015 Drama/Theatre Camps for ages 7-14 – Theatre A Go-Go - August 17 - 21

Workshop (Banff): Dance Intensive – Hofesh Shechter Company/The Banff Centre - October 27 - 31; Deadline: August 19

Education (Calgary): Theatre Classes – Ambrose University - Courses start in September


Classes (Edmonton): Fall Intro Film Acting – Freedom Tech Production - starts September 14 (twelve classes)

Workshop (Edmonton): Grant Writing 101 – Alberta Foundation for the Arts/ Edmonton Arts Council - September 23 (RSVP required)


Camp (Jasper): Tuktu Ete Art Camp 2015 – IOTAD - August 9 – 14

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Events / Fundraisers

Fundraiser (Red Deer): FROLIC AT FRATTERS! – Prime Stock Theatre - August 7

Fundraiser (Edmonton): Campaign for Children’s show – Kaleido Festival - Campaign ends August 8

Fundraiser (Red Deer): Help Bull Skit Comedy find a new home! - Campaign ends August 10

Event (Calgary): Concert with Adam Pascal – StoryBook Theatre - August 15

Fundraiser (Alberta): Purchase tickets for the 2015 Theatre Alberta Raffle - More than $6,000 in prizes! Draw date: October 30

Fundraiser (Rosebud): The Harvest - Rosebud Centre for the Arts - Matching donations pledge, ends Dec 31

Event (Calgary): Puppet Power 2016 Conference – WP Puppet Theatre - May 27 – 29, 2016

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Space (Edmonton): Rehearsal Space Available for Rent! – Casavant Productions - A flexible studio available to rent for rehearsals, meetings, workshops, photo shoots and more. To book contact Tracy Carroll at tracy@casavantproductions.com

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Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunity (Edmonton): Costume Designer for Rocky Horror Show – Two ONE-WAY Tickets To Broadway Productions - Open until filled

Volunteer Opportunity (Edmonton): Stage Manager for Rocky Horror Show – Two ONE-WAY Tickets To Broadway Productions - Open until filled

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Calls For Submissions

Call for Submissions (Edmonton): Fringe Show Promos – Theatre Alberta - anytime before August 23.

Submissions (Edmonton): Citadel Young Companies – The Citadel Theatre - Submissions deadline for the Playwriting and Theatre Production Companies: September 1

Call for Submissions (Edmonton): 2015 Edmonton Artists’ Trust Fund - Nominations deadline: September 1

Call for Submissions (Edmonton): Theatre Company Partners – Players de Novo - Submissions deadline: September 11

Call for Submissions (Edmonton): “From Cradle to Stage” 2015-2016 New Work Competition – Walterdale Theatre - Submissions deadline: September 15, midnight

Call for Nominations (Alberta): 2015 Stars of Alberta Volunteer Awards - Nominations deadline: September 15

Call for Submissions (National): 2015 John Hobday Awards in Arts Management – Canada Council for the Arts - Submissions deadline: September 30

Call for Submissions (National) – Downstage’s Uprising New Work Program - Open until filled

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Deal (Alberta): Costumes, props for Shrek available for sale! – Bashaw Community Theatre Complete set of costumes, props and set available December 2015. Email northey.jackie@gmail.com for more information.

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Donors, New & Renewing Members

Donations and members listed below were processed during July 2015.


Wendy Punter, Jackie Northey, Hayley Moorhouse, and Theatre Alberta Library Patrons from the office donation jar.



Thea Allan, Maya Appavoo, Zachary Barrowcliff, Emily Bergeron, Angelina Berlinic, Carly Black, Sera Bording-Jorgensen, Emma Bowman, Paula Brash, Alexis Burns, Tiana Byers, Alexandra Clamp, Caiden Cline, Rogan Coffey, Daley Cottee-Brown, Andreas Dauter, Jason Dauvin, Carl Dwight Ingo Delamarter, Clayton Diesel, Ekaya Dos Santos, Patrick Dover, Samantha Downie, Christopher Drescher, Leena El Jirari-Rodolfo, Griffin Evans, Nora Fairbrother, Emilie Feldberg, Leah Ferber, Lareesa Frizorguer, Darby Gynane, Chloe Halliday, Morgan Haynes, Seán Henderson, Brittany Hermawan, Shayla Higgins, Sebastien Howard, Alayna Hunchak, Abigail Hunter, Sarah Ibach, Roxanna Iszcenko, Ameris Izquierdo, Jack Bentley, Amy Jaffray, Benjamin Jansen, Maya Jennissen, Autumn Kerr, Saemin Kim, Hannah Kinch, Fiona King, Cameron Kletke, Holly Kletke, Ainsley Koebel, Maddesyn Kutynec, Natalie Laronde, Laura Lee, Sylvie Legary, Kevin Liang, Rachel Low, Andrew MacCarthy, Megan McGregor, Jameela McNeil, Kristi McQuade, Jenay Messing, Dayton Miller, Maren Morton, Taylor Naismith, David Olchowy, Eric Ollivier, Paige Olsen, Lauren Olson, Kaitlyn Patterson, Bandile Phiri, Megan Pitt, Damon Poffenroth, Karissa Priest, Steven Prout, Amanda Punko, Zasha Rabie, Kayla Reivonen, Cody Richards, Kathryn Ridley, Emma Robins, Ava Schafer, Chastan Sim, Josephine Smith, Donovan Snider, Elizabeth Spencer, Zane Stokalko, Martha Stryminski, Caitlin Swan, Josephine Thompson, Lauren Toporowski, Sebastian Tow, James Tuttle, Madison Twa, Montserrat Videla, Dakota Wadson, Logan West, Isaac Williams, Daniel Witte, Noah Worobets, Daniel Yeh, Rachel Yoder, Holly Youngberg, Lauren Zazuula, Rebekah Brandenburg, Skylar Campbell, Morgan Munro, Stephanie Picioreanu, Paige Sharyk, Cody Wunder, Gnin Alyousef, Ceris Backstrom, Taylor Campbell, Bryleigh Creed, Kole Durnford, Austin Frazer, Beatrix Gallagher, Janan Khalek, Alyssa Latimer, Joleen Nahirniak-Ducharme, Zachary Olchowy, Maximilian Strasser, Keaton Tabbert, Ginger Young, Abigail Anderson, Pierce Anderson, Hevean Colbourne, Jessica Del Fierro, Amanda Gomez, Joanna Halt, Carlin Harron, Tess Kachowski, Monika Lam, Amy On, Sarah Scott, Easton Stewart, Elizabeth Van Kommer, Gabriel Champagne, Arvin Kraushar, Kennedy Komishin, Davis Jelasco, Laura Gyoba, Joel Cikaluk, Shae-Lyn Woodroffe, Kennedy Bowering, Samantha Olivier, Laisa Kelly, Nikolas Brosinsky, Kevin Cryer, Elainna Noble, Jessie Melin, Kaitlynn Clarkson, Sydney McClintock, Sasha Reich, Darian Gwynn, Taya Van Dyke, Rosie Gauthier, Madeleine el Baroudi, Jackson Hunter, Hailie Degraaf, David Stafford, Kiarra Grimes, Aubrey Keehn, Lauren Harris, Landon Peden, Nicholas Zarokostas, Hunter McCollum, Grace Dumas, Katherine Lewis, Ava Bishop, Dwight Denton, Elise Dextraze, Mitch Caddick, Darlene Joseph, Cassie James, Austin Kumar, Julie-Anne Weaver, Jack McLay, Moses Kouyate, Christina Pearson, Nina Maric, Destiny Giraud, Abigail Vertigans, Clare Spalding, Boyana Kircheva, Andrew Haman, Duncan Hall, Sophia Turner, Tiffany Coes, Taylor Ewing, Jillian Austman, Shelby Hamilton, Spencer Willoughby, Kennedy Echlin, Anne-Marie Smyth, Naomi DuVall


Waterton Teenie Weenie Theatre Company, Rosalind Agricultural Society, Catch the Keys Productions, Grande Prairie Regional College, Springdale Players Theatre Society,



Betty Moulton, Amy DeFelice, Duane Mills, Darrel Stephenson, Josina Davis, Esther Purves-Smith, Tracy Carroll, Alana Hawley, Wendy Punter, Jane MacFarlane, Vern Slipetz, Kristen Finlay, Dale Lee Kwong, Beth Graham, Alice Nelson, Alyson Connolly, Gail Hanrahan, Mandy Stewart, Kelly Malcolm, John Rawson, Amber Borotsik, Elizabeth Wilkie, Mieko Ouchi, Kelsey Jacobson, Luc Tellier, Jake Tkaczyk, Jenilyn Rawson, Heather Brooke, Joshua Dalledonne, Danielle LaRose, Connor Meeker, Samuel Lowe, Cleo Halls, Valmai Goggin, Sabrina Jagpal, Katlyn Ost, Sarah Feutl, Lexi Kurta, Caden Leonhardt, Daniel Handford, Oliver Buchner, Giorgia Severini, Bethany Hughes, Alysse Billings, Grace Fedorchuk, Jennifer Galm, Georgia Garvey, Haley Gray, Kent Kobylka, Logan Lessmeister, Stuart MacFarlane, Elsye MacInnis, Emma Wilmott, Jayden Lesmeister, Savanna Spendiff, Kiersten Polard, Nicholas Taylor, Sean Traverse, Emma Schneider, Samuel Hayden, Annie Wildemann, Abigail Pederson, Cameron Holzmann, Matthew Hackett Kassondra McNeil, Jordan Empson, Alexandria Elliott, Claire Sonmor, Erika Toker, Ethan Layher, Evan Kousinioris, Geneva Noppers, Isaac Rice, Isabel Anderson, Jack Thompson, Jaidyn Koenig, Julia Sherwood, Kaitlyn Krebs, Karly Williams, Kayleen Carstensen, Laken Biletski, Madison Armagost, Margaret Chisholm, Maya Green, Megan Engel, Cole Brown, Olivia Rose Leaf, Phaton Davis, Ruth Cranston, Shannon Mothersill, Sophie Brooks, Sydney Fogarty, Tessa Pettigrew, William Blackie, Meredith Shewchuk, Noah Hobbs, Bennett Geldart, Gianna Lal, Josh Protz, Jordan Melnyk, Simon Mallett, Shaylea Pangle, Liam O'Callaghan, Lucy Haines, Carl Ahlf, Maxim Bahri, Abigail Barton, Hazen Bask, Andrea Bauer, Alexander Bergen, Cassandra Brandford, Zachary Bryant, Dante Camaiani, Gillian Cameron, Serena Charpentier, Sydney Cogan-Grahn, Jane Cohen-Wallis, Nadia Fedala, Ayla Gandall, Chase Gargus, Sean Haid, Shelby Hogg, Jordan Holloway, Tristan Holm, MacKenzie Ireland-Peterson, Hannah Keim, Austin Kennedy, Madisen Kinzie, Kim Lefort, Morgan McGregor, Rebecca McInnes, Grace McLean, Rebecca Miner, Jacob Mogg, Sarah Neumann, Emma Nikolai-Wilson, Hailey Palm, Hannah Pidwerbeski, Chelsea Rowe, Dawnella Rude, Emily Sadler, Hayley Schmidtler, Logan Stefura, Brynne Stewart, Dylan Thomas-Bouchier, Meghan Tkachuk, Zoe Wilmoth, Hannah Zacharko, Natalie Marshall, Logan Hicks, Isabella King, Eric Pinkerton, Michelle Robb, Ethan Handford, Jamie Wagner, Victoria Challenger, Stephania Midwinter, Keira Robinson, Madeline Blondal, Trae Johnson, Jacob Dowdall, Hanna Fantin, Ethan Wagner, Hanah Semeniuk-Boyer, Taylor Hoff, Nathaniel Tesfaye, Larissa Pohoreski, Kalen Hood, Ellen Reade, Rae-Lynn Sardoff, Ryan Godfrey, Emilie Hiscock, James Hart, Jocelyn Feltham


Walterdale Theatre Associates, Sage Theatre, Grant MacEwan University, Peace Players, Tree House Youth Theatre, Cornerstone Theatre and Restaurant, Alberta Workers’ Health Centre, Three Form Theatre Collective, Swallow-a-Bicycle Theatre, Full Circle Theatre, SkirtsAfire Society

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