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June 2015

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THEATRE ALBERTA STAFF UPDATES

Theatre Alberta is pleased to welcome several new staff members to our team this summer.

Clarice Eckford started at the beginning of May as our new Office & Membership Coordinator. Clarice was taking over this position from Morgan Norwich, who has moved into a new position as Theatre Alberta's Operations & Partnerships Coordinator.

Sadly, we will already have to say goodbye Clarice later this month as she was offered a position with MLA Derron Bilous' constituency office. It has been a short but sweet experience working with Clarice, and we wish her the very best.

We are also pleased to welcome our two summer students!

Jake Tkaczyk, who also started at the beginning of May, is our Artstrek 2015 Program Assistant. Jake is currently a student in the BFA Acting program at the University of Alberta. He grew up on a farm near Holden where he helped co-found the Beaverhill Players Society. Jake is both a former Artstrek student and Artstrek supervisor, so he is very familiar with the program!

Jordan Sabo is our Library Assistant this summer, and he just started this week! Jordan is also enrolled in the Bachelor of Fine Arts Acting program at the University of Alberta heading into his final year of study this fall.

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Welcome to all of our new staff members!

“Farce is tragedy played at a thousand revolutions per minute.”

~Sir John Mortimer

What's New at Theatre Alberta

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ARTSTREK 2015 UPDATE

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Theatre Alberta is pleased to announce that Artstrek 2015 registration has surpassed last year's total number of students! And, there's still more than a month before Artstrek begins...

There is still plenty of room at Artstrek! After expanding the program in 2013, we have the capacity to accept many more students. Help Theatre Alberta make Artstrek 2015 truly the #bestmidsummernightever - refer or sponsor a teen today!

We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the organizations that help us produce Artstrek every summer: Alberta Foundation for the Arts, Red Deer College, Cenovus Energy, Edmonton Arts Council and the City of Edmonton, Calgary Arts Development and the City of Calgary, and Alberta Milk and Saputo.

We would also like to take this opportunity to thank organizations and individuals that have sponsored or pledged sponsorship to send students to Artstrek thus far:

  • Musical Theatre Parent’s Association
  • Windmill Theatre Players
  • North Peace Performing Arts Festival Association
  • Kevin McKendrick
  • Storybook Theatre Society
  • Horizon Theatre Advisory Board
  • Horizon Stagelighter Society
  • Louise Mallory
  • Lac Cardinal Regional Performing Arts Society
  • Theatre 75
  • Julie Sinclair
  • Morpheus Theatre
  • Swan River First Nation
  • River Valley Players
  • Ben Sauve Artstrek Bursary
  • Karen Cork
  • Alberta High School Drama Festival Association

We look forward to making new partnerships with more organizations and individuals over the next month, and sharing the full list of Artstrek sponsors and supporters once the program is completed!

Artstrek 2015 will be held at Red Deer College as follows:

  • Exploration I (for ages 12-14): July 5 – 10, 2015
  • Exploration II (for ages 15-16): July 12 – 17, 2015
  • Exploration III (for ages 17-18): July 19 – 25, 2015

Click here to register for Artstrek 2015 online.

Not sure if you're ready to apply? Try our Artstrek Practice Application Form to be sure!

Click here to watch our Memories from Artstrek 2014 video, featuring teachers, supers and students from last summer's program.

Click here for the full Artstrek 2015 website menu.

 

 

LAST CHANCE TO REGISTER FOR THE SPONSORSHIP TUTORIAL SERIES

  Business for the Arts: Sponsorship Tutorial Series

Theatre Alberta has recently partnered with Business for the Arts, Canada’s only national charitable organization of business members who support the arts, to provide its unique Sponsorship Tutorial Series to small-to-mid-sized arts organizations.

The process of finding and asking for sponsorship dollars can be daunting. The Sponsorship Tutorial Series aims to help arts organizations develop sponsorship strategies through easy-to-follow, step-by-step online tutorials. The tutorials will take you through each stage of the sponsorship process to give you the tools and confidence to go after the sponsorship your organization deserves.

The Series is reasonably priced, with a variety of packages to choose from depending on your organization’s current needs and capacity.

Staff at Theatre Alberta has had the opportunity to review some of the Series, and we found it to be a great overview with some very useful information and tips. We will be incorporating strategies described into our own sponsorship efforts.

The deadline to register is TOMORROW - Thursday June 4.

Intrigued? Click here to find out more and to register. If you have questions or would like more information, please call Morgan Norwich, Operations and Partnerships Coordinator, at 780-422-8162 (in Edmonton) or 1-888-422-8160 (toll-free in Alberta), or email her at [email protected].

 

THEATRE ALBERTA PLAYBILL CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

2014/2015 Playbill title

On Friday, June 5th, we will request production information from our member organizations to be included in the Theatre Alberta Playbill service for the 2015/2016 theatre season. We will also be requesting information for our Young Playbill: Theatre Opportunities for Youth.

The Theatre Alberta Playbill service is the most comprehensive resource in Alberta providing information on professional, community, and post-secondary theatre productions and festivals during the theatre season. The Young Playbill was introduced in 2014, and is the only resource in Alberta that provides a comprehensive list of Albertan theatre programs for children and teens (18 years and under).

With a minimum print run of 3,500 copies, the Playbill & Young Playbill poster is distributed througout the province to theatres, arts organizations, schools, libraries, entertainment reporters and Theatre Alberta members. We have upgraded our online Playbill with some cool new features this year, allowing users to search for productions by individual dates and see detailed production information on every listing. In 2014/2015, the online Playbill was viewed nearly 2,000 times every month.

Theatre Alberta members may include their theatre productions on our Playbill free-of-charge, and can also purchase display ads on the Young Playbill at substantially reduced prices compared to non-members. (Last year we had a waiting list of companies looking to advertise on the Young Playbill poster; we've redesigned our advertising space to accommodate more ads.) The Young Playbill display advertising spec sheet and pricing will be available on June 5th.

If you operate an independent collective or are part of a theatre company that is not a Theatre Alberta group member, please email [email protected] if you would like to receive the call for submissions on June 5th.

The deadline to submit theatre information to the Theatre Alberta Playbill will be June 30th.

 

ADFA 2015 PROVINCIAL ONE ACT FESTIVAL WRAP-UP

  The Tighty Whities at the 2015 ADFA Provincial One Act Festival

Congratulations to The Tighty Whities of Calgary! Their production of Smee’s Secret was awarded Outstanding Production at The Alberta Drama Festival Association (ADFA) Provincial One-Act Theatre Festival, which took place May 22 - 23 at the Welikoklad Event Centre at Red Deer College's downtown campus. The festival adjudicator was Gail Whiteford.

The Tighty Whities will receive a one-day Workshop by Request as their prize. The full list of award recipients included:

  • Award for Technical Merit: Cartoon in a Cartoon Graveyard by Gerald Osborn, Edmonton region
  • Outstanding Actress: Pattie Dwyer, The Mountaintop by Pattie Dwyer, North region
  • Outstanding Actor: Jim Zalick, Cartoon in a Cartoon Graveyard by Gerald Osborn, Edmonton region
  • Outstanding New Play (Sponsored by Alberta Playwrights’ Network): The Mountaintop by Pattie Dwyer, North region
  • Outstanding Director: Florence Maione, A Poster of the Cosmos by Lanford Wilson, Foothills region
  • Outstanding Production: Smee’s Secret, by Emma Sinclair, Kathryn Smith, and Kelly Malcolm, Calgary region

Congratulations to the finalist productions, and all the companies who competed in regional festivals as well—for more information about the ADFA visit adfa.ca.

Theatre Alberta would also like to congratulation the award recipients and honourable mentions recognized at the Alberta High School Drama Festival Association (AHSDFA) Provincial Festival that took place at Red Deer College May 7 - 9. The number of recipients is too large to list here - check out our news story on our website to see the full list!

 

ARTSTREK 2015 FUNDING PROGRAM DEADLINES

Community Sponsorship
Program: Artstrek Rural Outreach Bursary
Eligibility: To be eligible, you must live 80km or more outside of Edmonton or Calgary.
Deadline: June 8, 2015.
More information: The bursary is specifically for teens in smaller communities or in rural Alberta, where there are fewer opportunities for students interested in theatre and drama to explore their craft. There are two $300 bursaries available for teens attending Artstrek 2015.
Additional details:

Click here for more information.

Find community sponsorship opportunities at www.theatrealberta.com/artstrek/community-sponsorship.

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

 

WORKSHOPS BY REQUEST - June

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 June 2015 include:

Site-Specific Theatre in Edmonton
On June 28, The Common Ground Arts Society will host a workshop on Site-Specific Theatre—that will culminate in a performance—as part of their Found Festival. Leading the workshop will be Mark Hopkins and Charles Netto the Co-Artistic Directors of Calgary’s Swallow-A-Bicycle Theatre.

Things are already in the works for a couple workshops next fall, including: a two-day Directing workshop in Camrose hosted by Churchmice Players and a Dialect workshop in Drayton Valley hosted by the River Valley Players.

Workshops by Request will take a break during July and August—however, you can still submit a Workshops by Request application for workshops that take place in the fall of 2015. Any theatre organization in Alberta that is a group member of Theatre Alberta may apply for a workshop through the Workshops by Request program. For more information, please email at [email protected].

 

LIBRARY HOURS

Theatre Alberta has switched over to 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 be closed July 1st for Canada Day. The Drop Box will be unavailable.

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Shear Madness
Anything Goes
Miss Saigon
Calvin Berger
Cat-Nips One Act Play Festival

What's On in Alberta

Opening in June

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

 

CALGARY

Time Present Canadian work
June 4 - 6, Lunchbox Theatre

Shear Madness
June 5 - 28, Vertigo Theatre

Suncor Energy Stage One Festival Canadian work
June 8 - 27, Lunchbox Theatre

Legoland Canadian work
June 11 - 20, Urban Curvz Theatre

Anything Goes
June 12 - 27, Front Row Centre Players

The Ignite! Festival Canadian work
June 18 - 20, Sage Theatre

Rumours & Dreams - A Look Back at Fleetwood Mac Canadian work
June 25 - August 30, Stage West Theatre Restaurant

 

EDMONTON

Let There Be Height: An Aerial Cabaret Albertan work
June 3 - 4, Firefly Theatre & Circus

Nextfest Canadian work
June 4 - 14, Theatre Network

Sprouts New Play Festival for Kids Albertan work
June 6 - 7, Concrete Theatre

Miss Saigon
June 12 - 28, Two ONE-WAY Tickets to Broadway Productions

Improvaganza!
June 17 - 27, Rapid Fire Theatre

Guys and Dolls
June 18 - 27, Elope Musical Theatre

Our Town
June 19 - 21, NUOVA Opera & Music Festival

Once Upon A Time in Graceland Albertan work
June 19 - Aug 23, Jubilations Dinner Theatre

Calvin Berger
June 23 – 27, Three Form Theatre

As You Like It / Coriolanus
June 23 – July 19, The Freewill Shakespeare Festival

The Found Festival
June 25 - 28, Common Ground Arts Society

Oklahoma!
June 26 - July 1, NUOVA Opera & Music Festival

Dead Man Walking
June 30 - July 4, NUOVA Opera & Music Festival

 

ALBERTA

William Shakespeare's Land of the Dead
June 4 - 6, Medicine Hat High School

Cat-Nips: One-Act Play Festival
June 13 - 20, Central Alberta Theatre, Red Deer

The Addams Family Musical
June 19 - 27, Leduc Drama Society

 

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Theatre News

Sage Theatre’s 2015 IGNITE! Festival lineup announced - Calgary

Sage Theatre’s 2015 IGNITE! Festival for Emerging Artists returns for another year, June 18 to 20, and features new partnerships with Calgary theatre companies: Theatre Transit, Major Matt Mason Collective, and Swallow-A-Bicycle Theatre.

2015 Sprouts New Play Festival for Kids lineup announced - Edmonton

Concrete Theatre's Sprouts New Play Festival for Kids celebrates 14 years of cultivating new plays for children and families. Includes three world premieres by Albertan playwrights.

Nominees for the 2015 Elizabeth Sterling Haynes Awards announced - Edmonton

On June 1st, the nominees for the 2015 Elizabeth Sterling Haynes Awards, celebrating Edmonton’s theatre community, were announced. Theatre Alberta's own Clarie Eckford was nominated for Outstanding Performance by an Actress. Congratulations!

Nextfest 2015 lineup announced - Edmonton

Nextfest 2015 celebrates its 20th Anniversary with an electric lineup of emerging artistry. Includes 90 performances and installations taking place in 28 venues across the city.

Wildfire National Playwriting Competition winners announced - National/Calgary

This June, The Major Matt Mason Collective in association with Sage Theatre will be presenting public readings of Cleave by Elena Belyea and Always by Michaela Jeffrey, the winners of the first ever Wildfire National Playwriting Competition for young playwrights.

New West Theatre announces 2015-2016 season - Lethbridge

This season includes three all-new and original Music-Comedy Revues, the professional premiere of a new Canadian play, and the world premiere of a new play for children.

David Eggen named new Minister of Culture and Tourism - Alberta

On May 24, David Eggen, MLA for Edmonton-Calder, was named as the new Minister of Culture and Tourism. We look forward to working with you!

Cheryl Foggo wins 2015 Gwen Pharis Ringwood Award for Drama - Alberta

Congratulations to Cheryl Foggo of Calgary whose play John Ware Reimagined won the 2015 Gwen Pharis Ringwood Award for Drama (sponsored by Alberta Views).

Edmonton Arts Council hosts gathering of prairie Indigenous artists - Edmonton

From May 27 to 29, the Edmonton Arts Council (EAC) hosted a three-day symposium for Indigenous artists, prairie art organizations and funding bodies: Channeling Connections.

Ambrose University Launches Diploma Program in Acting - Calgary

Ambrose University in Calgary is pleased to announce the launch of the Diploma in Acting program for the Fall of 2015.

2015 Cappies Awards Nominees announced - Edmonton

The Cappies (Critics and Awards Program) is an international program for recognizing, celebrating, and providing learning experiences for high school theater and journalism students and teenage playwrights. Nominees in Edmonton were announced on May 20.

2015 Calgary Critic Awards Nominees announced - Calgary

Calgary Theatre Critics, Stephen Hunt of the Calgary Herald, Louis B. Hobson of the Calgary Sun, and Jenna Shummoogum of Downtown Calgary Association (Getdown.ca) are pleased to announce the nominees for the fourth annual Calgary Theatre Critics’ Awards.

New West Theatre announces Claude Giroux as new Artistic Director - Lethbridge

The Board of Directors is thrilled to announce the appointment of Claude Giroux as the next Artistic Director of New West Theatre. Claude replaces Jeremy Mason, who has stepped down as of the end of the 2014/2015 season.

Alberta High School Drama Festival Association 2015 Provincial Festival - Alberta

The Provincial High School One-Act Festival took place May 7 – 9 at the Red Deer College Performing Arts Centre. Congratulations to all participants and award receipients!

Edmonton Fringe announces theme for 2015 Festival - Edmonton

Join Fringe Theatre Adventures on a whirlwind adventure this summer as SupercaliFRINGEilistic blows into Old Strathcona for 11 days, August 13-23, 2015!

Walterdale Theatre announces 2015 – 2016 Season - Edmonton

Walterdale Theatre’s Incoming-Artistic Director, Anne Marie Szucs, has announced the 57th Season of outstanding community theatre in Edmonton.

Stage West Theatre Restaurant announces 2015/2016 theatre season - Calgary

Stage West Theatre Restaurant Calgary features great food, great service and great entertainment. Stage West is pleased to announce its 2015 - 2016 theatre season.

2015 Lieutenant Governor of Alberta Distinguished Artist Awards announced - Alberta

Puppeteer extraordinaire, Ronnie Burkett is among three recipients of Alberta’s highest arts recognition, the 2015 Lieutenant Governor of Alberta Distinguished Artist Award.

Department of Drama instuctors honoured at 2015 University of Alberta Faulty of Arts Awards - Edmonton

More than 60 faculty, staff and students, including six representatives from the Department of Drama, were recognized for their research and teaching achievements at the Faculty of Arts Awards Night Gala on Friday May 8, 2015.

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CALGARY

Audition (Calgary): Sketch Comedy Ensemble – Tuesday Night Live - Deadline: June 20

EDMONTON

Audition (Edmonton): Understudy Role – Pacific Time by David Haas - By appointment: June 4 & 6.

Audition (Edmonton): Teen Actors for Fairly Scary Fairy Tales – Kompany Family Theatre - For teens aged 15-18; By appointment: June 16; Deadline: June 15

Auditions (Edmonton): Drea Lee Dance Company - By appointment: June 28

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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.

CALGARY

Jobs (Calgary): Seeking New Management Team – Urban Curvz Theatre - Deadline: June 12

Job (Calgary): Visiting Guest Artist Contemporary Dance – University of Calgary - Deadline: June 22

Job (Calgary): Technical Director/Technician – Lunchbox Theatre - Deadline: June 26

Job (Calgary): Various Summer Student Positions – StoryBook Theatre - Open til filled; contracts begin end of June/beginning of July

Jobs (Calgary): Sessional Theatre Instructors – Ambrose University - Open til filled

EDMONTON

Job (Edmonton): Managing Director – Free Will Players - Deadline: June 5

Job (Edmonton): Festival Manager – SkirtsAfire HerArts Festival - Deadline: June 19

Job (Edmonton): General Manager – GeriActors Theatre Ltd. - Deadline: June 21

Job (Edmonton): Artistic Associate North – Alberta Playwrights’ Network - Deadline: June 26

ALBERTA

Jobs (Red Deer): Arts Facilities Manager – Red Deer College - Open til filled; review of applications begins June 9

CANADA

Job (Montreal): Communications and Marketing Coordinator – CITT/ICTS - Deadline: June 19

 

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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.

CALGARY

Education (Calgary): Training for the Actor – Company of Rogues Actors Studio - Now accepting applications; open until filled

ALBERTA

Artstrek: A Summer Theatre School for Teens July 5 - 25: Over the course of a week in residence at Red Deer College, we will welcome teens from across Alberta to learn about acting, voice, movement, directing, sound/music, design, creation and collaboration.
Exploration I (for ages 12-14): July 5 – 10 – $575
Exploration II (for ages 15-16): July 12 – 17 – $575
Exploration III (for ages 17-18): July 19 – 25 – $625

Education (Red Deer): Series Summer Arts School – Red Deer College - (for 18+): various courses in July

Camp (Empress): Empress Summer Musical Theatre School - July 20 - 26

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

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Events / Fundraisers / Deals

Event (Edmonton): Edmonton Arts Council (EAC) 2015 AGM June 8, 7PM, Old Strathcona Performing Arts Centre

Fundraiser (Edmonton): A Night At The Tonys – Edmonton Musical Theatre June 7, 5PM, Sawmill Banquet and Catering Centre

Competition (Edmonton): Vote for Wind in her Sails to support Multiple System Atrophy (MSA) research Voting ends June 18

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

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Space

Space (Edmonton): Summer Rehearsal Space Available - Workshop West - The Third Space is available this summer for all your Fringe needs and features two spaces, main hall and lower hall; Deadline: July 30.

Space Available (Calgary): Motel Theatre 2015-16 Season - Downstage is now seeking submissions for programming the 2015-2016 season in Motel, a flexible 50-seat black-box performance venue located at Arts Commons; Open until filled but intial programming begins in June.

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Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer (Edmonton): FriendRaiser Team Leader position – Edmonton International Fringe Theatre Festival - please apply by June 15

Volunteer (Edmonton): Casino Volunteers – Workshop West - volunteers needed July 22 and 23

Volunteer Opportunity (Edmonton): Committee Members – Professional Arts Coalition of Edmonton - Seeking new members for the Communications Committee; Open til filled

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Calls For Submissions

Call for Submissions (Alberta): 2015 Dr. Dasha Goody Scholarship Awards - Submissions deadline: June 3 at 5 p.m.

Call for Submissions (National): Performing Arts Residency Program – The Banff Centre - Deadline: June 3

Call for Submissions (Alberta): Sponsorship 101 – Online Tutorials from Business for the Arts - Submissions deadline: June 4

Call for Submissions (Alberta): Artstrek 2015 Rural Outreach Bursary - Funding for teens who must travel long distance to attend Artstrek. Submissions deadline: June 8

Call for Submissions (National): The Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program - Submissions deadline: June 17, 2PM

Call for Submissions (Alberta): Funding for Alberta’s Culture Days 2015 - Submissions deadline: July 10, 4:30PM

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Other

For Sale (Edmonton): PA system – Maggie Walt Lightly used. Everything is in great condition – both appearance and functionally. $1,200 complete

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Donors, New & Renewing Members

Donations and members listed below were processed during May 2015.

DONORS: THANK YOU!

Jeremy Mason, Louise C. Mallory, and Theatre Alberta Library Patrons from the office donation jar!

NEW MEMBERS

Individuals

Clarice Eckford, Melanie Bahniuk, Murray Farnell, Bob Goodwin, Margot MacDougall, Derrique DeGagne, Ali Froggatt, Nasra Adem, Fraulein Almariego, Devon Blackstock, Wolsey Brooks, Karina Cox, Melissa Cunningham, Jenny Daigle, Killeen Delorme, Ryan Gray, Matthew Hall, Chad Hamilton-Andrews, Amy Hinz, Nikki Hulowski, Becca Jean, Theo Jones, Jesselle Laurén,  Maxwell Lebeuf, Kabriel Lilly, Cameron Lomon, Ahad Mir, Vince Mok, Chanakya Mukherjee, Sydney Parcey, Eliana Parrado, Damon Pitcher, Gianna Read, Steven Rimke, Michael Rolfe, Carolyn Ruether, Hanna Skibin, Chris Smart, Josh Thayer, Rory Turner, Alisha VanWieren, Bianca Miranda, Andy Mullen, Ian Sheppard

Groups

Out of Our Heads, Ambrose University Theatre

RENEWING MEMBERS

Individuals

Mark Doskoch, Kevin McKendrick, Conni Massing, Brenda Sutherland, Katherine Koller, Caroline Russell-King, John Knight, Geri Dittrich, Jeremy Mason, George Mann, Chantal Perron, Elaine Elrod, Carmen Nieuwenhuis, Rona Altrows, Ron Levagood, Melanie Guglielmin, Sarah Mathison, Joe Perry, Milo Smith, Alexandra Froggatt, Kevin Humphrey, June Miller, Eric Pettifor, Dylan Parsons, Zvonimir Rac, Ruth Wong-Miller, Eric Rice, Jennifer Beacom, Matt Newman, Shanni Pinkerton

Groups

Alberta Theatre Projects, Peak Theatre Players, Red Willow Players, Westlock Drama Society (1970), Webber Academy, Kaleidoscope Theatre of Drumheller Society,

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