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February 2015



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Michael Green - Co-Artistic Director and co-founder of One Yellow Rabbit Performance Theatre, curator of the High Performance Rodeo, Calgary’s International Festival of the Arts, and curator and creative producer of Calgary 2012 - was tragically killed in a car accident north of Regina on Tuesday, February 10th.

Three other artists travelling in the car with Michael were also tragically killed:
Michele Sereda, artistic director of Regina's Curtain Razors theatre, Lacy Morin-Desjarlais, and Elder Narcisse Blood, who worked with Michael on Making Treaty 7.

The impact Michael has had on the art and practice of theatre stretches well beyond Calgary's, and Alberta's, borders.

Our hearts go out to his family and friends, the OYR ensemble, and all who worked with, were inspired by, and were mentored by this remarkable artist.

Michael Green

“Don’t Rest In Peace Michael. Don’t you dare. Instead, remain the restless, spirited, living embodiment of pure imagination you always have been. Stay with us and inspire us, for the rest of our days.”

~Ken Cameron

What's New at Theatre Alberta

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Artstrek 2015

Theatre Alberta is pleased to announce the Artstrek 2015 play of study: William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream. Theatre Alberta selects a different play of study for Artstrek each year and contracts a new team of theatre professionals to develop a curriculum centred on that script.

One of the Bard's most beloved comedies, A Midsummer Night's Dream is a perennial summer favourite. The play features the misadventures of four young wooers, and a group of (mostly) rough and tumble amateur actors, who happen upon the domain of some spiteful sprites and trickster woodland fairies on the eve of midsummer.

With mirthful magic spells that cause madness and the lunacy of eloping lovers (as well as a lofty lead-actor) the script abounds with thrilling challenges and opportunities for young thespians. Paired together, Artstrek and A Midsummer Night’s Dream are the quintessential summer fling... very possibly the #bestmidsummernightever.

Artstrek 2015 will be held at Red Deer College during the following dates:

  • Exploration I: July 5 – 10, 2015
  • Exploration II: July 12 – 17, 2015
  • Exploration III: July 19 – 25, 2015

Theatre Alberta will mail the Artstrek 2015 poster-brochure to Theatre Alberta members and schools in March; but our Artstrek 2015 website is now online and ready to go at theatrealberta.com/artstrek2015!

Most importantly: online application to attend Artstrek 2015 begins April 1st at 10AM.

In the meantime, take a few minutes to share some Artstrek memories by watching our Memories from Artstrek 2014 video, featuring teachers, supers and students from last summer's program. Click here to watch!

See you this summer!



Never Let the Crew See You Cry by Linda Wood Edwards

MAA & PAA Theatre and Northern Sabbatical Productions have embarked on their Picks of the Edmonton Fringe Alberta tour with its production of Never Let the Crew See You Cry by Linda Wood Edwards. The production is currently touring to venues in North and Central Alberta, including Daysland, Camrose, Fort McMurray, Edson, and Spruce Grove.

This will be the second Alberta tour from a stimulus project intended to promote Albertan theatre productions and artists to presenters in smaller and rural communities in our province. Never Let the Crew See You Cry is scheduled to tour to five communities over seven days during February 2015. All the venues presenting this production have also booked at least one other show from the Picks of the Edmonton Fringe 2014/2015 lineup.

We would like to thank and profile the presenters that have booked Never Let the Crew See You Cry to present to their communities: DaysArts, Jeanne and Peter Lougheed Performing Arts Centre, Keyano TheatreChautauqua Edson Arts Council, and Horizon Stage.

Click here to learn more about the Picks of the Edmonton Fringe theatre touring stimulus project and to find out more about bringing an element of the Fringe to your community!

The Picks of the Edmonton Fringe tour stimulus project is a joint presentation of Theatre Alberta, the Arts Touring Alliance of Alberta (ATAA) and Fringe Theatre Adventures. This project has been supported by a grant from the Alberta Foundation for the Arts.



Community Sponsorship

Every year, a tradition continues in which the most enthusiastic Artstrek students apply to organizations in their community to sponsor their application fees to attend our summer school for teens. There are a number of champion organizations that provide Artstrek sponsorships annually to youth in their community.

In an effort to help these enterprising students, we are collecting and sharing information from any community organization that provides (or would like to begin providing) sponsorship funding. This is a great way to not only provide assistance to resourceful local teens, but also a great way to support the long-term health of your own theatre community.

If you offer or would like to offer teens community sponsorship funding, please email Aaron Talbot at aaron@theatrealberta.com to have your organization and program profiled on our Artstrek Community Sponsorship webpage.



  Apply to be an Artstrek Super!

Theatre Alberta is seeking supervisor applications from previous Artstrek attendees with excellent interpersonal skills, strong leadership ability, experience working with youth, a remarkable work ethic and a well-cultivated sense of fun. Applicants must have attended Artstrek as a student, been away from the program for at least one year, and be between 19 and 25 years of age.

To apply, send Theatre Alberta: a cover letter outlining your qualifications; what would make you an asset to the Super team; your theatre and employment resume; and your headshot. Email all applications to artstrek@theatrealberta.com.

We thank you in advance for your interest. Please be advised that only those applicants shortlisted for the interview process will be contacted.

Application deadline: March 1, 2015.



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 February 2015 include:

Lighting in Ponoka
On February 7, Edmonton-based technician and production designer Patrick Beagan travelled to Ponoka to instruct a workshop for the Klaglahachie Fine Arts Society. In addition to learning some basics on stage lighting function and design, KFA got some ideas on how to expand their inventory.

Improv in Calgary
On February 15, Morpheus Theatre will host an introduction to Improv workshop with Karen Johnson-Diamond. The workshop will give beginner improvisers a gentle and confident start! Karen is the Co-Artistic Producer of Dirty Laundry, an improvised soap opera, which is now in its 15th season!

Character Development in High River

On February 21-22, Calgary-based actor, director, and instructor Valerie Planche will be in High River to work on Character Development with the Windmill Theatre Players. Valerie has recently completed her Master's degree in Theatre Practice at the University of Alberta and was seen last winter in Theatre Calgary's production of Major Barbara.

Voice in Grande Prairie

On February 28, Shannon Boyle will be heading up to Grande Prairie to do a Voice workshop with Grande Prairie Live Theatre. Shannon has been teaching voice for over 25 years and currently teaches voice and acting for the BFA Acting program at the University of Alberta.

Workshops by Request applications are accepted throughout the year. 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.



The Alberta Playwrights' Network (APN) is now accepting submissions for the 2015 Alberta Playwriting Competition, presented in association with Theatre Alberta.

The Alberta Playwriting Competition is the longest running provincial playwriting competition and offers the largest cash prize of any playwriting contest in Canada. The competition is open to all playwrights who reside in Alberta.

For contest rules, visit albertaplaywrights.squarespace.com/apc The deadline to apply is March 1st.




  Backstage Access 2015

Backstage Access 2015 takes place on Wednesday, February 18, 2015 in Edmonton! This one day event is an opportunity to meet with industry professionals and suppliers.

Your $30.00 session pass will allow you to attend as many sessions as you can fit in. Beginner and advanced presenations are available on:

  • Lighting
  • Stage Management
  • Wardrobe
  • Audio
  • Video
  • Design

Click here to register.



  Canada 300

Through innovative use of arts and technology, Canadians will be engaged in an evolving dialogue – both in-person and virtual – envisioning our nation’s next 150 years in preparation for the sesquicentennial of the creation of our confederation.

The public is invited to an original theatre performance and dialogue on how Canada will look, feel, and be 150 years from now. The performance will be followed by a facilitated conversation. We want to hear your aspirations for Canada, what you want Canada to work towards over the next 150 years (seven generations).

21 cities across Canada are included in the Tour
Performances in Edmonton Friday, February 27 and Calgary , Tuesday, March 9, 2015
Buy tickets at: http://www.canada300.ca/edmonton-alberta-feb-27-1pm-2.

Click here to learn more about this fascinating national theatre project.



Please note Theatre Alberta's Library will be closed February 14 - 16 for the Family Day long weekend. The Drop Box will be unavailable.

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And Then, The Lights Went Out
The Sama Kutra
The Last Voyage of Donald Crowhurst
The Adventures of a Black Girl in Search of God
Wildfire Teen Improv Festival
Full Frontal Diva
Drat the Cat!
Leading Ladies
Death by Dessert
How to Leave

What's On in Alberta

Opening in February

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



Speed Dating for Sperm Donors Albertan work
Feb 2 - 21, Lunchbox Theatre

Feb 5 - 14, Verb Theatre

And Then, The Lights Went Out… Albertan work
Feb 5 - Apr 12, Stage West Theatre Restaurant

Circle Mirror Transformation
Feb 6 - 14, Sage Theatre

The Hobbit
Feb 6 - 22, StoryBook Theatre

The Sama Kutra Albertan work
Feb 11 - 14, Dead Pigeon Productions

Cry Havoc 3 Albertan work
Feb 13 - 21, Scorpio Theatre

Man Equals Man
Feb 17 - 28, School of Creative and Performing Arts (University of Calgary)

Stella, Queen of the Snow Canadian work
Feb 20 - 22, Vertigo Theatre

Ludwig & Lohengrin Albertan work
Feb 24 - 28, Third Street Theatre

The Last Voyage of Donald Crowhurst Albertan work
Feb 24 - Mar 14, Ghost River Theatre / Alberta Theatre Projects

Yarns and Strings Albertan work
Feb 25, TALES Calgary - The Alberta League Encouraging Storytelling

Absence Albertan work
Feb 25 - Mar 1, Corps Bara Dance Theatre / Fire Exit Theatre

The Adventures of a Black Girl in Search of God Canadian work
Feb 26 - Mar 1, Ellipsis Tree Collective

Feb 26 - Mar 7, The Shakespeare Company



New Works Festival Canadian work
Feb 3 - 8, University of Alberta Department of Drama

Famous Puppet Death Scenes Albertan work
Feb 3 - 22, Theatre Network/Old Trout Puppet Workshop

Big Fish
Feb 4 - 14, MacEwan University Theatre Programs

Feb 4 - 14, Walterdale Theatre

The Threepenny Opera
Feb 5 - 14, University of Alberta Department of Drama / Studio Theatre

Bears Canadian work
Feb 5 - 15, Pyretic Productions / Fringe Theatre Adventures

One Flea Spare
Feb 5 - 15, Trunk Theatre @ The Varscona Theatre

The Laws of Thermodynamics Albertan work
Feb 5 - 15, Workshop West Playwrights' Theatre

Wildfire Teen Improv Festival Albertan work
Feb 10 - 28, Rapid Fire Theatre

Life, Death and The Blues Canadian work
Feb 11 - Mar 1, Citadel Theatre

Full Frontal Diva Canadian work
Feb 12 - 22, Blarney Productions

Valentine's Train Radio Show Albertan work
Feb 13 - 15, The Capitol Theatre

Drat the Cat!
Feb 18 - 28, The Plain Janes @ the Varscona Theatre

The Pink Unicorn
Feb 19 - 28, Northern Light Theatre

Stage Struck! 2015
Feb 2 - 21, Alberta Drama Festival Association Edmonton Region

The Mothers Albertan work
Feb 26 - Mar 8, skirtsAfire herArts festival



Snow Angel Albertan work
Feb 2 - Mar 27, Quest Theatre, School Tour (province-wide)

Never Let the Crew See You Cry Albertan work
Feb 5 - 13, Alberta tour - Daysland, Camrose, Fort McMurray, Edson, Spruce Grove

Boeing Boeing
Feb 5 - 14, Medicine Hat Musical Theatre

Pride and Prejudice
Feb 5 - 14, Red Deer College

Peace Region One Act Drama Festival
Feb 6 - 7, Grande Prairie Live Theatre/Alberta Drama Festival Association

Spirit Control
Feb 6 - 14, Leduc Drama Society

Les Misérables
Feb 7 - 21, Grande Prairie Live Theatre

The Great Kooshog Lake Hollis McCauley Fishing Derby Canadian work
Feb 7 - 21, Kelsey Drama Club
Call 780-375-2392 for tickets and information

Afterimage Canadian work
Feb 10 - 14, University of Lethbridge

Leading Ladies
Feb 11 - 14, Playgoers of Lethbridge

Caught in the Act - 5 One Act Plays
Feb 11 - 21, Pine Tree Players, Canmore

Feb 12 - 21, Keyano Theatre, Fort McMurray

A Night of One Acts - Big Valley Region One Act Drama Festival
Feb 28, Alberta Drama Festival Association/Waterworks Players, Wetaskiwin

Death by Dessert
Feb 19 - 28, Medicine Hat Firehall Theatre

Wrong Turn At Lungfish
Feb 19 - Mar 7, Central Alberta Theatre, Red Deer

Cabo San Lucas / Black Comedy
Feb 20 - 21, Shell Theatre, Fort Saskatchewan

Pretty, Witty & GAY Festival
Feb 21 - 28, Theatre Outré, Lethbridge

How To Leave Albertan work
Feb 23 - 27, Theatre Outré, Lethbridge

Alice dans le monde â l'envers Albertan work
Feb 23 - Mar 27, L'Unithéâtre, School Tour (province-wide)

THAT'S DANGER! Albertan work
Feb 23 - May 3, Alberta Workers' Health Centre, School Tour (province-wide)

Goldilocks and the Three Polar Bears Albertan work
Feb 23 - June 6, Evergreen Theatre, School Tour (province-wide)

Waiting for the Parade Albertan work
Feb 26 - Mar 7, St Albert Theatre Troupe


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Theatre News

Backstage Theatre new temporary home for Theatre Network - Edmonton

Theatre Network, The Varscona Theatre Alliance (VTA), and Fringe Theatre Adventures (FTA) announced a new theatre venue and temporary home for Theatre Network, The Backstage Theatre in the ATB Financial Arts Barns.

Jeremy Mason to step down as Artistic Director of New West Theatre - Lethbridge

New West Theatre has announced that Jeremy Mason will step down as Artistic Director at the end of the 2014-15 season.

Theatre Calgary announces 2015-2016 season - Calgary

Theatre Calgary has announced its 2015/2016 theatre season: It’s A Big World in Here. Subscriptions are available now at 403-294-7447.

Katherine Koller play to be broadcast for Valentine’s Day Play Readings- Beyond

Jane’s Second Date by Katherine Koller will air on WRFI 88.1 Ithaca Community Radio on February 10 & 17 @ 6:30 p.m. and will be archived at onstageoffstage.org.

Canada Council for the Arts developing new funding model - National

The Canada Council for the Arts is implementing a new suite of national, non-disciplinary programs, while reducing the overall number of different programs funded.

Theatre BSMT announces new Artistic Producer: Kyle Schulte - Calgary

Kyle is a born and raised Calgarian who recently graduated from the University of Lethbridge with a BFA in Dramatic Arts – Performance.

Calgary Herald names Top 14 Performance Arts Moments of 2014 - Calgary

Stephen Hunt has listed his top 14 Performing Arts Moments in Calgary for 2014 in the Calgary Herald.

Historic Roxy Theatre destroyed by fire - Edmonton

The roof of the Roxy theatre on 124th Street in Edmonton collapsed after a fire broke out early morning of January 13th. The Roxy Theatre was built more than 70 years ago.

Anne Marie Szucs announced as new Walterdale Theatre Artistic Director - Edmonton

The Board of Directors of Walterdale Theatre are delighted to introduce Walterdale’s next Artistic Director for the 2015/2016 and 2016/2017 theatre seasons – Anne Marie Szucs.

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Audition (Calgary): Goldilocks and the Three Bears (Young Performers) – Birnton Theatricals/ Stage West for Kids - By appointment: until February 12

Audition (Calgary): The Circle – Alberta Theatre Projects - By appointment: February 24 - 25; Deadline to submit: February 16

Auditions (Calgary): Bach Tots – Dance for Young Audiences – Soulocentric Performing Arts Society - By appointment: February 16 - 17

Audition (Calgary): Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike – Alberta Theatre Projects - By appointment: March 2 - 3; Deadline to submit: February 18

Audition (Calgary): The Raven-A New Musical, Staged Readings - By appointment: February 26 - 27; Callbacks: February 28


Audition (Edmonton): Alice Through the Looking Glass – Citadel Theatre - By appointment: March 21; Deadline to submit: February 15

Auditions (Edmonton): From Cradle to Stage 2015 – Walterdale Theatre - By appointment: February 15 - 16

Audition (Edmonton): A Cappella Tenor Position – 6 Minute Warning - Deadline to submit: February 26

Audition (Edmonton): From Hollywood To Broadway – Edmonton Musical Theatre - By appointment: February 28


Audition (High River): Cinderella (Young Performers) – Windmill Theatre Players - By appointment: February 18

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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): Theatre School Teacher – StoryBook Theatre - Deadline: February 28

Job (Calgary): Assistant Stage Manager – Theatre Transit - Deadline: March 6


Jobs (Edmonton): Multiple Production Positions – Vocal Arts Festival - Deadline: February 15

Job (Edmonton): Manager, Corporate Relations – Citadel Theatre - Deadline: February 23

Job (Edmonton): Assistant Professor, Theatre – MacEwan University - Review of applications begins: February 27

Job (Edmonton): Assistant Professor, Theatre Production – MacEwan University - Review of applications begins: February 27

Job (Edmonton): Technical Director – L’UniThéâtre - Deadline: March 15

Job (Edmonton): Rentals Coordinator – Citadel Theatre - Open til filled.


Job (Airdrie): Theatre Technician – The Bert Church Theatre - Deadline: February 11

Job (Lethbridge): Artistic Director – New West Theatre - Deadline: February 16

Job (Red Deer): Artstrek 2015 Supers – Theatre Alberta - Deadline: March 1

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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): Stage Combat with Aaron Conrad & John Knight – Morpheus Theatre - February 27 - 28

Workshop (Calgary): Intro to Improv with Karen Johnson-Diamond – Morpheus Theatre - February 15, 2:00-9:00 p.m.; Deadline: January 12

Classes (Calgary): Playwriting, Showcasing, Sex and a Production! – Urban Stories Theatre - March 2 - May 4, Monday nights

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

Education (Calgary): 2015 Advanced Devised Production Intensive - Ghost River Theatre - May 4 - 23


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

Classes (Edmonton): Singing for Actors – Shannon Boyle - Individuals or groups. Various time slots available.

Classes (Edmonton): Foote Theatre School 2015 Spring/Summer Classes – Citadel Theatre - Register now for Spring classes beginning in March/April 2015.


Workshop (Banff): Dance Workshop with Compagnie Marie Chouinard – The Banff Centre - March 3 - 5; Deadline: February 11

Workshop (Banff): Creative Process Workshop with Crystal Pite – The Banff Centre - June 1 - 5; Deadline: February 25

Accepting Applications (Rosebud): Scout Weeks – Rosebud School of the Arts - Upcoming Scout Weeks (student-visitor days): March 17 - 21, March 24 - 28, April 7 - 11

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Events / Fundraisers / Deals

Event (Edmonton): Thou Art Here Theatre 2015 Season Launch Party - February 13 (Fundraiser)

Event (Edmonton): Backstage Access Production Expo – Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium - February 18 (Workshops; Conference, Trade Show)

Event (Edmonton): 2015 Annual General Meeting – CITT Alberta Section - February 18

Events (Calgary): BEST of BSMT Dwellers – Theatre BSMT - February 19 - 21 (Staged Readings)

Event (Calgary): 2015 Raucous Caucus - Alberta Theatre Projects - February 27 - 28 (Workshops, Conference, Staged Readings, Theatre Tickets)

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Event (Edmonton): Edmonton Galleria Project Open House/ Survey – City of Edmonton The City of Edmonton has been requested to coordinate a community consultation process on the Edmonton Galleria Project. The two open houses will be held on:

  • Wednesday, February 18; 4 pm – 7:30 pm; Central Lions Seniors Centre
  • Friday, February 20; 11 am – 1:30 pm; City Hall- City Room


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Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunity (Edmonton): Box Office, Concession/Bar, Ticket Taker/Usher, 50/50 – SkirtsAfire Festival - Deadline: February 16

Volunteer Opportunity (Edmonton): Famous Puppet Death Scenes – Theatre Network - Until February 22

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Calls For Submissions

Call for Submissions (Edmonton): Dancefest @ Nextfest - Submissions deadline: February 13

Call for Nominations (Edmonton): The 28th Annual Mayor’s Celebration of the Arts - Submissions deadline: February 16, 5:00 p.m.

Call for Nominations (Edmonton): Salute to Excellence Awards – City of Edmonton - Nominations deadline: February 17

Call for Nominations (Alberta): 2015 Lieutenant Governor of Alberta Distinguished Artist Awards - Nominations deadline: February 28

Call for Submissions (Calgary): One-Act Plays – Lunchbox Theatre - Submissions deadline: February 28

Call for Submissions (Alberta): 2015 Alberta Playwriting Contest - Alberta Playwrights' Network - Submissions deadline: March 1

Call for Submissions (Edmonton): What’s Cooking? – Good Women Dance - Works-in-Progress Event; Submissions deadline: March 5

Call for Submissions (National): The Wildfire National Playwriting Competition – Sage Theatre/ Major Matt Mason - Submissions deadline: April 12

Call for Nominations (National): 2015 Tom Hendry Awards – Playwrights Guild of Canada - Submissions deadline: May 15

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Call for Extras (Edmonton): “The Imaginist” – Short Film - Dates: February 14 & 15

Misc. (Alberta): Service Survey – CITT Alberta
CITT Alberta is looking for input from Alberta technicians, designers, production staff, etc. We are looking for ways to improve the CITT experience and this can be part of your say in how we do that. Fill out the survey at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/JBTMBGN

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Donors, New & Renewing Members

Donations and members listed below were processed during January 2015.


Thomas Peacocke, Kenneth Abernathy, Barbara Mah, Hilary Forde, Kieran Dunch, Jeremy Mason, and Theatre Alberta Library Patrons from the office donation jar!



Michael Zahar, Justine Makowecki, Brooklyn Melnyk


Soulocentric Performing Arts Society



Mary Lou Armstrong, Andrea Martinuk, Beverly Brilz, Kim McCaw, Anne Marie Szucs, Terri Mort, Valerie Planche, Jacqui Renwick, Patrice Barnes, Wendy Doerksen, Cathy Larson, Trevor Hildebrand, Kenneth Abernathy, Curtis Knecht, Arun Lakra, Kandice Laurie, Cassandra Larson, April Banigan, Morgan Melnyk, Colleen Murphy, Laura Gillespie, Nicholas Heffelfinger, Rowan Hickie, Leta Montague, Cyril Cook, Jordan Sabo, HIlary Hornberger, Emily Smith, Erin Vandermolen-Pater, Devona Reid


Windmill Theatre Players, Pine Tree Players, Inside Out Theatre, Theatre 75, Citadel Theatre, Dirty Laundry

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