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March 2015



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To our Members:

Notes for March

In early March, Theatre Alberta notified its members that the Board of Directors has approved a new three-year Business Plan, after many months of planning and debate. The plan is a response to Theatre Alberta’s sustained growth and ongoing capacity constraints over the past few years, and prioritizes core programs and services, namely the Library, Artstrek, Workshops by Request, and our online resources.

Perhaps the most difficult decision we made during the business planning process was to end the publication of All Stages Magazine after the Spring 2015 issue on "Festivals." The final issue will be mailed directly to our members next week, along with our Artstrek 2015 brochure for A Midsummer Night's Dream.

All Stages cover - Spring 2015

The staff and Board of Theatre Alberta is enormously proud of the magazine and the spotlight it shined upon the provincial theatre community, and grateful to the many artists and advertisers who have contributed to its success over the past six years. We’ve dedicated the centre pages of this final issue to thanking our contributors, a retrospective on how All Stages came to be, and an Epilogue from Theatre Alberta Board President Jeremy Mason.

At Theatre Alberta, we value our reputation as a responsive organization that works to protect and nurture theatre and theatre artists in Alberta. Our Business Plan going forward is our pro-active response to evolve as our community and industry has evolved. We look forward to the challenge of growing our core programs, and finding new ways to work with, inspire, and ultimately engage our membership and the wider Albertan theatre community.

We look forward to meeting these challenges with you.


Jeremy Mason, President
Keri Mitchell, Executive Director
On behalf of the Board and Staff of Theatre Alberta

“I learned that I want theatre to be a part of my future.”

~Artstrek 2014 student

What's New at Theatre Alberta

Click the headline for more information.


Visit www.theatrealberta.com/artstrek2015 for full menu of Artstrek 2015 website.

Artstrek 2015

William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream 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. Are you ready? Try out our Artstrek Practice Application Form to be sure!

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!



Theatre Alberta requires a highly motivated and detail oriented worker to be our Artstrek Program Assistant this summer. The Artstrek Program Assistant provides vital support to our renowned annual theatre school for teenagers. Artstrek is a residential summer theatre program that has been operating in Alberta for more than 50 years, and attracts more than 300 young theatre enthusiasts from across the province and beyond each summer.

Theatre Alberta

Major tasks and responsibilities include: student registration, including receipting payments, confirming medical information, and accepting letters of recommendation; student and parent communication; curriculum schedule coordination; materials and equipment coordination; and documentation, evaluation, and archiving.

All applicants should be enthusiastic about theatre, enjoy dealing with people, and able to work independently and as part of a team. Excellent computer skills, especially experience with databases, excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and a previous history with the Artstrek program (as a student or supervisor) will be considered assets. 

Preference will be given to applicants who meet the criteria for participation in Service Canada’s Summer Jobs program, including but not limited to: be between 18 and 30 years of age at the start of the employment; and have been registered as full-time students in the previous academic year, and intend to return to school on a full-time basis in the next academic year.

This is a temporary full-time position commencing May 4, 2015, and concluding August 21, 2015. Interested individuals must be available to work onsite at Red Deer College July 1, 2015, through July 6, 2015, inclusive. Travel and accommodations will be provided. Hourly wage is $15. 

To Apply: Please forward your resume with a detailed letter of interest highlighting qualifications to Keri Mitchell, Executive Director, by April 1, 2015at theatreab@theatrealberta.com.

Theatre Alberta thanks all applicants for their interest, however, </em><em>only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.



Community Sponsorship


Program: StoryBook Theatre Artstrek Scholarships
Eligibility: This scholarship is offered to students enrolled in StoryBook Theatre School and/or have participated in one of the 2014/15 Season to Imagine Productions. It is intended for those students who excel in theatre performance and look to further their experience and education in theatre.
Deadline: Students must apply to StoryBook Theatre by March 15, 2015.
More information: Please follow this link to submit your application www.storybooktheatre.org/artstrek
Additional details: Recipient will be announced on Friday, March 20 at the 2015/16 StoryBook Season launch and announcement.

More community sponsorship opportunities can be found at www.theatrealberta.com/artstrek/community-sponsorship.

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.



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 March 2015 include:

Stage Combat in Drayton Valley
On March 7, Edmonton-based fight instructor Janine Hodder will travel to Drayton Valley to give a Stage Combat workshop for the River Valley Players. Janine’s workshop was so popular last season the River Valley Players wanted to have her come back!

Stage Management in Calgary
On March 22, Morpheus Theatre will host a Stage Management workshop with Donna Sharpe. Donna is a Calgary-based stage manager, with over 20 years of experience, currently in her 13th season stage-managing with Calgary Opera!

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.



Emerge 2010 - Edmonton

Emerge is fast approaching and we are eager to welcome Alberta's 2015 performance graduates to our theatre community.

For more than ten years Emerge has been establishing inroads between emerging artists and accomplished professionals. Graduating actors, from nine Albertan professional training programs, will be given four minutes each to perform audition pieces that will showcase their talents.

Invitations to Alberta's Artistic Directors and Freelance Professional Directors will be emailed next week. If you have not received an invitation by March 13th, and would like to attend, or if you wish to recommend a colleague for invitation to Emerge please contact Theatre Alberta Programmer Frazer Andrews:

780-422-8162 (Edmonton Area)
1-888-422-8160 (Toll Free in Alberta)

Theatre Alberta's EMERGE 2015 is scheduled for:
CALGARY – Monday, April 20
EDMONTON - Monday, April 27



  Yeggies logo

The Edmonton New Media Awards, or the Yeggies, is an annual awards show created to recognize and celebrate outstanding social media content creators in the capital region. Theatre Alberta is honoured to be nominated for a 2014 Yeggie under the category Best in Non-Profit. We would like to thank Elizabeth Wilkie for nominating us!

There were 300 community-submitted nominations in sixteen categories. The award winners will be announced at a ceremony on May 9 at 7 p.m. at La Cité Francophone (8627 Rue Marie-Anne Gaboury) in Edmonton.

We would also like to recognize some local theatre-based social media sites that were also nominated for 2014 Yeggies under the category of Arts & Culture: Finster Finds ( Theatre Alberta Board Member Kristen Finlay's blog), After the House Lights, and What It Is Podcast.



  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
There will be a free public performance in Calgary on Tuesday, March 9, 2015

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



Please note Theatre Alberta's Library will be closed April 3 - 6 for the Easter long weekend. The Drop Box will be unavailable.

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Reasons to be Happy
New Blood
Jesus Christ Superstar
Armstrong's War
Last Chance Leduc

What's On in Alberta

Opening in March

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



Mar 4 - 7, Birnton Theatricals

Girls Gone Wilde
Mar 4 - 8, Urban Curvz Theatre

The Lost Prince Albertan work
Mar 5 – 14, Calgary Young People's Theatre

tagg#d Canadian work
Mar 6 - 7, Vertigo Theatre

Awesome Allie - First Kid Astronaut
Mar 6 - 22, StoryBook Theatre

Ivanka Chews the Fat Canadian work
Mar 9 - 28, Lunchbox Theatre

King Lear
Mar 10 - Apr 12, Theatre Calgary

Ms. Sugarcoat Albertan work
Mar 12 – 13, Organized Crime Productions / Calgary Animated Objects Society

Reasons to be Happy
Mar 14 - 21, Ground Zero Theatre / Hit & Myth Productions

Famous Puppet Death Scenes Albertan work
Mar 13 – Apr 28, Old Trout Puppet Workshop / Theatre Junction GRAND

The Haunting
Mar 14 - Apr 12, Vertigo Theatre

New Blood Albertan work
Mar 14 – 15, Rosebud Theatre Presents @ Big Secret Theatre

Miss Julie
Mar 26 - Apr 4, Theatre Encounter

Calgary One Act Festival
Mar 27 - 29, The Pumphouse Theatre / Alberta Drama Festival Association

Jesus Christ Superstar
Mar 27 - Apr 11, Front Row Centre Players

Taking Flight: Festival of Student Work
Mar 31 - Apr 11, School of Creative and Performing Arts (University of Calgary)



SkirtsAfire! HerArts Festival Albertan work
Mar 5 - 8, skirtsAfire, herArts festival

Summer of My Amazing Luck Canadian work
Mar 6 - 7, Theatre Network

Dido and Aeneas
Mar 6 - 15, Concordia University College of Alberta Drama Department

The Mikado in concert
Mar 7, Two ONE-WAY Tickets to Broadway Productions

Vigilante Albertan work
Mar 7 - 29, Citadel Theatre / Catalyst Theatre

The Falstaff Project Albertan work
Mar 9 - 15, Thou Art Here Theatre

Expanse Festival
Mar 11 - 15, Fringe Theatre Adventures / Azimuth Theatre

The Contract
Mar 11 - 15, Madfandango

First Time/Last Time Canadian work
Mar 11 - 29, Shadow Theatre

23 Skidoo: A Vaudeville Show Albertan work
Mar 20 - 21, The Capitol Theatre

Mar 21 - Apr 12, Citadel Theatre

Sondheim on Sondheim
Mar 24 - Apr 2, MacEwan University Theatre Programs

Jean et Béatrice Canadian work
Mar 25 - Apr 5, L'Unithéâtre

A Dream Play
Mar 26 - Apr 4, University of Alberta Department of Drama / Studio Theatre

Armstrong's War Canadian work
Mar 31 - Apr 19, Theatre Network



Last Chance Leduc Albertan work
Mar 5 - 14, GPRC Theatre Rising, Grande Prairie

Dry Streak Canadian work
Mar 5 - 21, Grande Prairie Live Theatre

Treasure Island Albertan work
Mar 10 - 14, Rosebud Theatre

The Wizard of Oz
Mar 12 - 15, About Time Productions, Camrose

The Glass Menagerie
Mar 12 - 21, Ignition Theatre / Prime Stock Theatre, Red Deer

Mar 13 - 22, East of 60 Productions Society, Devon

Unlimited Albertan work
Mar 17 - 21, University of Lethbridge

Co-Workers Albertan work
Mar 18 - 21, THUGwork Theatre, Lethbridge

Fish Eyes Trilogy Canadian work
Mar 19 - 20, Nightswimming Theatre @ The Banff Centre

Sin, Sex, and the CIA
Mar 19 - Apr 18, Central Alberta Theatre, Red Deer

The Three Musketeers
Mar 26 - 29, Churchmice Players, Camrose

The Miracle Worker
Mar 27 - May 16, Rosebud Theatre

A Thought in Three Parts
Mar 31 - Apr 4, Theatre Outré


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Theatre News

Elephant Artist Relief announces Rebound Fund for artists - Calgary

Elephant Artist Relief (EAR) was invited by Alberta Arts Rebuild to take on the administration of an ongoing legacy fund to provide emergency support to artists of any discipline.

Alberta Playwrights’ Network (APN) members recognized - Alberta

Congratulations to APN members Phyllis Heltay and Ursula Jordaan who have had recently had their work recognized in playwriting competitions.

Made-In-Edmonton Cabaret Premieres at the Citadel Theatre - Edmonton

The Citadel Theatre has announced a new Made-In-Edmonton Cabaret premieres series as part of its 50th Anniversary Season.

Alberta Theatre Projects announces 2015-2016 Season - Calgary

Alberta Theatre Projects (ATP) has announced its 2015/2016 theatre season, which includes two world premieres.

Freewill Shakespeare Festival announces 2015 festival lineup - Edmonton

The Freewill Shakespeare Festival in Edmonton has announced its 2015 summer festival lineup: As You Like It and Coriolanus.

Alberta artists make 2015 Gina Wilkinson Prize short list - National

Congratulations to Alberta-based artists Nancy McAlear and Valerie Planche who were two of four national finalists for the Gina Wilkinson Prize, for female theatre artists transitioning to directing.

Theatre Network Production Manager Scott Peters to Light the Bridge - Edmonton

Theatre Network Production Manager Scott Peters and his Captain Tractor bandmate Jason Kodie have been commissioned to Light The High Level Bridge.

Theatre venues gained and lost in Edmonton - Edmonton

The Artery will close on March 31st, Theatre Network move into C103, and the Varscona Theatre Alliance will move into the Backstage Theatre next season. Plus a beautiful poem remembering the Roxy by Edmonton's Poet Laureate Mary Pinkoski.

Philanthropist Martha Cohen passes away - Calgary

Martha Cohen, the Calgary philanthropist for whom the Martha Cohen Theatre in Arts Commons is named, passed away in February. Theatre Alberta wishes our deepest condolences to members of her family and friends.

FFWD Weekly ends print run after 19 years - Calgary

The March 5, 2015, edition will be the magazine’s final issue after 19 years of publication. Fast Foward Weekly has been a strong supporter of Calgary’s Arts & Culture scene, and publishes the city’s most comprehensive event listings.

Catalyst Theatre’s Brenda McNicol stepping down - Edmonton

After eighteen years with Catalyst Theatre, Brenda McNicol has stepped down effective February 13th to focus full time on her family. We wish Brenda the best of luck!

Soulocentric Festival returns to Calgary - Calgary

After 10 years, Calgary’s Soulocentric Festival returned to Calgary as Soulocentric Contemporary Performance Showcase, February 19 - 21 at West Village Theatre.

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Auditions (Calgary): Summer Theatre Performance Contract - Contract is for gig in Fort Steele, BC. By appointment: March 23

Audition (Calgary): 2015 General Auditions – Theatre Calgary - By appointment: April 7 - 8; Deadline: March 22


Audition (Edmonton): Dangerous Elegance – Next Stage Productions - Edmonton Fringe show. By appointment: March 28


Casting call (Jasper) – Habitat for the Arts - Performers from Jasper & Area only pls. By appointment: April 2015

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

Job (Calgary): Interim Artistic Producer – Downstage - Deadline: March 6

Job (Calgary): Theatre School Teacher – StoryBook Theatre - Deadline: March 15


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

Job (Edmonton): Temporary Costume Seamstress/ Seamster – Fort Edmonton Park - Deadline: March 20, 5 pm

Job (Edmonton): Administrative Assistant – Opera NUOVA - Deadline: March 20, midnight

Job (Edmonton): Artstrek 2015 Program Assistant - Theatre Alberta - (Post-secondary students) Deadline: April 1

Job (Edmonton): Production Assistant (PA) – Freewill Shakespeare Festival - (Post-secondary students) Deadline: April 1

Job (Edmonton): Site Coordinator – Freewill Shakespeare Festival - (Post-secondary students) Deadline: April 1

Job (Edmonton): Wardrobe Assistant – Freewill Shakespeare Festival - (Post-secondary students) Deadline: April 1


Job (Fort McMurray): Theatre Technician – Keyano Theatre - Deadline: March 6

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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): Improve Stage Performance and Alleviate Stage Anxiety: The HeartMath® Way – Morpheus Theatre - March 7, 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Workshop (Calgary): KJD’s Warm and Fuzzy Cozy Safe Zone of Improvisation – Verb Theatre - March 8

Workshop (Calgary): Suzuki Technique with Peter Balkwill of The Old Trout Puppet Workshop – Theatre Junction - March 21, 5:00-9:00 p.m.; Deadline: March 16

Workshop (Calgary): Stage Management Basics & Beyond with Donna Sharpe – Morpheus Theatre - March 22, 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Camp (Calgary): Spring Break 2015 Drama/Theatre Camps for ages 7 – 14 – Theatre A Go-Go - March 23-27 OR April 6-10, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (Pre & post care available)

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


Workshops (Edmonton): 2015 SkirtsAfire herArts Festival - Various workshops ongoing until March 8

Workshop (Edmonton): Insight Actors Improv - March 12, 7:00-9:30 p.m.

Workshop (Edmonton): Making Art in Healthcare with Dance and Physical Storytelling: Tools for Health Training – GeriActors - March 14 & 15, 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Workshop (Edmonton): Developing a Creative Practice with TJ Dawe – Arts at the Barns Professional Development Series - April 18, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Workshop (Edmonton): Finding Space with Swallow-A-Bicycle Theatre – Arts at the Barns Professional Development Series - May 31, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.

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


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

Workshop series for TEENS (Strathcona County): OverActing Imaginations - March, April, June 2015


Workshop series for TEENS (Strathcona County): OverActing Imaginations - May 17 - June 13 OR May 25 - June 13, Deadline: March 15

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Events / Fundraisers / Deals

Event (National): International Women's Day Hackathon - March 8

Event (Calgary): MARCHDAY! CABARET! – Theatre Transit - March 7, 6:30 p.m. (fundraiser)

Deal (Edmonton): Headshot Photography – 75% off – Kevan Mayers

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Call for Submissions (Edmonton): Community Partners for MacEwan West Jasper Place Campus - The City of Edmonton is currently seeking interest from community-based organizations that may be interested in operating the MacEwan West facility in conjunction with the City. Deadline: March 16

Office Space for Rent (Calgary): Evergreen Community Spaces - Evergreen has ONE office space left for lease in their brand new building, the Evergreen Community Spaces. 2nd floor office, approx 80 sq ft; Location: #2, 1709 8th Ave NE Calgary AB T2E 0S9; Commencement: June 1, 2015 at earliest

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Volunteer Opportunities

Board Recruitment (Edmonton): Freewill Shakespeare Festival - Please forward your letter of interest to board@freewillshakespeare.com

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Calls For Submissions

Call for Submissions (Calgary): StoryBook Theatre Artstrek 2015 Scholarships - Submissions deadline: March 15

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

Call for Submissions (Alberta): Artstrek 2015 Rural Outreach Bursary - Submissions deadline: June 8

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Call for Submissions (Alberta): The 2015 Alberta Nonprofit Survey - The Alberta Nonprofit Survey is the only source of province-wide “state of the sector” research that documents the ongoing experience, evolution, and health of the nonprofit sector. Submissions deadline: March 13, 5:00 p.m.

Call for Submissions (National): Women Theatre Practitioners Database – Equity In Theatre (EIT) - If you identify as a woman theatre practitioner, make sure that you are included in EIT’s database of Canadian women theatre artists, which will provide a resource for the larger community.

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 February 2015.


Anonymous, Shadow Theatre, Kieran Dunch, Gregory Caswell, and Theatre Alberta Library Patrons from the office donation jar!



David Sklar, Shawna McLaughlin, Maddie Chyczij


Theatre A Go-Go, OverActing Imaginations



Barbara Mah, Marie Gynane-Willis, Michele Fleiger, Solveig Anderson, Daniel van Heyst, Janine Hodder, Julie Ishida, Stacy Berg-Lloyd, Melissa Mayville, Mary Bernier, Katy Tadman, Truus Verkley, Gregory Caswell, Richard Flikkema, David van Belle, Brooke Leifso, Jan Streader, Sharon Wildwind, Elizabeth Bowering, Ashley Mercia, Sherryl Melnyk, Sarah Shillington


Archbishop Jordan Catholic High School, Hunting Hills High School, Scorpio Theatre, Archbishop MacDonald High School, Urban Curvz Theatre, Toy Guns Dance Theatre, Red Deer College, IOTAD, Theatre Network, Firefly Theatre and Circus Society, Opera Nuova

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