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September 2015



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Patrick Beagan

Theatre Alberta's newest staff member, Program Coordinator Patrick Beagan, joined our team just in time to help us compete for Northern Light Theatre's Battle for the Limelight fundraising competition.

Patrick is a graduate of Red Deer College with Diplomas in Technical Theatre and Theatre Performance, and comes with six years experience as the Technical Manager of the 700 seat Red Deer Memorial Centre where he worked with many organizations, large and small.

His freelance design work has also been with theatre groups of all sizes and backgrounds including Ignition Theatre, Tree House Youth Theatre, Central Alberta Theatre, the Carriage House Theatre, Concrete Theatre, Red Deer College, the Shakespeare Company, and Prime Stock Theatre (whose Board he’s served on for several years).

Patrick looks forward to connecting people with resources and experiences to further their skills and passion for the performing arts throughout Alberta! You can contact Patrick about Workshops by Request, Emerge, and the Picks of the Edmonton Fringe touring project at patrick@theatrealberta.com.

We have more staffing changes to announce, however. After four years (and more than 10,000 tweets), Communications and Marketing Coordinator Aaron Talbot will be leaving Theatre Alberta at the end of September. Aaron will be joing the Alberta Government Arts Branch as its newest Arts Services Consultant - Communications. Aaron will primarily be supporting communications for the Alberta Foundation for the Arts and Alberta Film Ratings.

Aaron Talbot

Aaron says, "I am excited for this new opportunity, but am also sad to leave my second family at Theatre Alberta. It is a brilliant organization, and I have learned so much about our theatre community across the province. I have had the opportunity to work with incredibly talented artists and administrators here - it's probably the best job I have ever had!"

With that said, we are now accepting applications for the Communications and Marketing Coordinator position at Theatre Alberta - scroll down for more information. Deadline to submit is September 8th.

“Everything we are is at every moment alive in us.”

~Arthur Miller

What's New at Theatre Alberta

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 Book Bag Club

Theatre Alberta's Library is participating in Outside the Lines library awareness week this year, and we want you to join the celebration!

Outside the Lines is a weeklong celebration to reconnect people with the creativity, technology, discovery and all of the fun and unexpected experiences happening in libraries today. More than 250 organizations across North America are participating this year from September 13-19, 2015.

To celebrate, we've launched the Blue Bag Book Club! Sign up and we'll mail you (free-of-charge) up to 10 randomly selected plays by Canadian playwrights. Once you receive your plays, please email us or tweet us (@TheatreAlberta) a photo of the books. (Selfies are encouraged!) The photo could be taken in your home, or out in your community, or at a popular theatre venue or stage nearby - our intention is to showcase the vastness of Alberta's theatre community!

To sign up: please email library@theatrealberta.com with "Blue Bag Book Club" in the subject line, and the number of plays you would like us to send you. You must be a Theatre Alberta member to receive books. For this event, we will also mail books to our Edmonton-based members. When you get your books, email us your photo, and we will share on our website and through social media.

Thanks for helping us celebrate this event and our own Canadian playwrights! #GoReadAPlay!



Theatre Alberta is a provincial arts service organization and registered charity that proudly represents more than 1,000 theatre artists, enthusiasts, students, educators, and community and professional theatre companies from across the province.

We are dedicated to encouraging the growth of theatre in Alberta by providing the highest quality programs and services:

Theatre Alberta logo
  • workshops and camps for teens and adults, urban and rural
  • Canada’s largest independent fully-circulating theatre library
  • online resource sharing services for auditions, employment, and productions
  • theatre news, publications, and advocacy

We require a highly motivated and creative Communications and Marketing Coordinator who will be responsible for leading the organization’s communications and promotional activities including, but not limited to:

  • the development, execution, and evaluation of a communications plan, including a social media strategy
  • marketing for Theatre Alberta’s various programs and services, and promotion of the organization in general
  • the creation and publication of Theatre Buzz, a monthly enewsletter
  • the creation and publication of The Playbill, an annual listing of Alberta’s theatre season
  • management of website and online resource sharing services which includes audition, employment, and other related opportunities
  • social media and blogging activities
  • liaison with Theatre Alberta’s advertisers, graphic designers, printers, and other suppliers and supporters
  • participation in Theatre Alberta’s overall strategic mission and direction

Applicants should be knowledgeable and passionate about theatre, enjoy dealing with people, and able to work independently and as part of a team. Excellent computer/software skills with web and social media experience, as well as exceptional written communication skills, are required. Previous work in the not-for-profit sector, a post-secondary degree or diploma in theatre/drama, and familiarity with WordPress and/or html coding will be considered assets.

This is a full-time position with benefits located in Edmonton. Due to the nature of Theatre Alberta’s work and programs, some evening/weekend hours and travel may be required. Our office environment is pleasant and supportive with some degree of flexibility. Position to commence October 5, 2015. Salary range $33,000 – $35,000.

By September 8, 2015, please forward your resume with a letter highlighting your interest and qualifications to Keri Mitchell, Executive Director. keri@theatrealberta.com

To learn more about Theatre Alberta, please visit us online at www.theatrealberta.com.

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



2015-2016 Playbill

The 2015/2016 Theatre Alberta Playbill and Young Playbill are now available.

We've printed more than 4,000 posters, which will be arriving in our members' and stakeholders' mailboxes this week. Click here to view the Playbill poster online (PDF - 2.8MB). The entire 2015/2016 Alberta season can be found online at theatrealberta.com/playbill.

We have made significant upgrades to the online Playbill service. You can now search for what's on by selecting the actual date you want to go see a show, and further refine your search by region and/or company. Shows that are "dark" (i.e. have a day off) on the date you select will not appear in your search - this will give you a much more accurate picture of what's playing that night. (You can still choose "Select a Month" for a broader list of what's playing.)

If you're still having trouble deciding what to see, nearly every event listed in online Playbill has an option to "See More...". Click the "See More..." link to expand the listing and read a short description about the play or festival! We have also included "See More..." option for each theatre company listed in online Playbill - learn more about when each organization was established, what their mission or aesthetic is, or other interesting tibbits. Visit the Theatres by Region or Theatres by Classification pages to view these descriptions.

Nearly 100 plays listed in the 2015/2016 theatre season are available to be borrowed from the Theatre Alberta Library. For each of these plays, a link to the play entry in our Library's online catalogue can be found in the "See More..." description. Borrowing plays from our Library is a free service with your Theatre Alberta membership - we mail items free-of-charge outside of Edmonton. #GoReadAPlay before you #GoSeeAPlay!

2015-2016 Young Playbill

We are also pleased to provide new and improved online resources for youth as part of our Young Playbill. We have created an entire section of information dedicated to youth, which includes:

  • Youth Theatre Programs - Organized by region, each program is classified and includes links to find out more information. Many listings include descriptions summarizing the activities or mandate of the program.
  • Family Friendly Public Performances - As reviewed by Theatre Alberta staff based on information provided by each theatre company, check out what's playing in 2015/2016 that's suitable for youth.
  • Theatre for Young Audiences (TYA) Tours - Our annual list of touring productions designed for youth that are visiting schools and other venues across the province this season.
  • Post-Secondary Information - A list of certified post-secondary institutions in Alberta where you can obtain a degree, diploma, or certificate in Acting, Design, Directing, Drama, and/or Technical Theatre.
  • Monologues - Helpful hints to illuminate the creative process of monologue exploration, rehearsal and performance.
  • Theatre Alberta's Youth Blog - all listings on our RSS feed that provide information and/or opportunities for Alberta's young theatre artists.

We also link to Theatre Alberta's Artstrek page, our Library page, and the Arts Grants for Schools page on the Alberta Foundation for the Arts' website.

Young Playbill advertisers

We would like to thank our advertisers on the Young Playbill who have helped support this expansion of our online resources and the creation/distribution of the printed Playbill posters. We were very pleased to showcase a wide variety of programs and companies from across the province this year! Advertisers on the 2015/2016 Young Playbill include:

Every group member of Theatre Alberta, along with hundreds of schools across the province will receive two copies of the poster: please display prominently to showcase the wonderful variety of theatre and theatre opportunities provided by our members and friends in Alberta!



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.

Click here to apply for a Workshop by Request.

Lighting workshop

Workshops by Request scheduled for September 2015 include:

Dialects in Drayton Valley
On September 19th the River Valley Players Association is hosting a workshop taught by David Ley, a Professor in the University of Alberta Department of Drama who specializes voice, speech, dialects and acting.

Directing in Peace River
On September 19th the Peace Players are hosting a workshop on directing taught by John Hudson, Artistic Director of Edmonton’s Shadow Theatre, and Executive Director of the Varscona Theatre. As a director he has over 80 productions to his credit.

Voice/Accents in Lethbridge
Also on September 19th the Playgoers of Lethbridge have Jane MacFarlane bringing her 20+ years experience to teaching a one day workshop on vocal health, warm-up techniques for actors and an introduction to accents/dialects.

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 Patrick Beagan, Program Coordinator at patrick@theatrealberta.com.



  Theatre Alberta Guys and Dolls at the 2015 Battle for the Limelight

For the second year in a row, Theatre Alberta was pleased to particpate in Northern Light Theatre's Battle for the Limelight fundraising competition on Saturday, August 29th. This year we fielded two teams: The Guys and The Dolls. Thanks to your support, we were able to raise $565 in donation pledges!

While we were unable to retain our 3rd place trophy ("The Bronze Handjob") from 2014, the Dolls did win Best Team Banner during the awards celebration at the end of the night! The Dolls also placed significantly better in the race than than the Guys... (well done, ladies).

Thanks to Theatre Alberta competitors (pictured above, from left) Silve Materi, Patrick Beagan, Aaron Talbot, Dennie Hamaluik, Morgan Norwich, Jake Tkaczyk, and Keri Mitchell. And, thank you especially to the Board and Staff of Northern Light Theatre in Edmonton for organizing this wonderful community event!

For more pictures of the Guys and Dolls accomplishing some ridiculous challenges during the 2015 Battle for the Limelight, click here to view our Facebook post.



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

2015 Raffle Donors



Theatre Alberta's Summer Library Schedule is quickly drawing to a close. After the long weekend, we will revert to our Regular Schedule:

Fall/Winter/Spring Schedule: September 8, 2015 to May 28, 2016
Mon: 12-8 pm
Tues/Wed/Thurs: 10 am–3 pm
Fri: Closed
Sat: 10 am–3 pm
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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The Money Shot
Death of a Salesman
Eavesdrop: The Coffee Shop Show
Release the McCrackin
Mass Appeal

What's On in Alberta

Opening in September

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



The Shoplifters Canadian work
Sep 1 - 27, Theatre Calgary

The Wedding Singer
Sep 4 - Nov 8, Stage West Theatre Restaurant

Project: Whooping Crane Albertan work
Sep 5 - 6, Green Fools Theatre

The Money Shot
Sep 10 - Sep 19, Ground Zero Theatre/ Hit & Myth Productions

Once Upon a Time With Elvis Albertan work
Sep 11 - Nov 8, Jubilations Dinner Theatre Calgary

What Gives? Albertan work
Sep 14 - Oct 3, Lunchbox Theatre

Taste Albertan work
Sep 17 - 20, Ghost River Theatre/Vertical City Performance/UofC Faculty of Arts @ Beakerhead

Eavesdrop: The Coffee Shop Show Albertan work
Sep 17 - 20, Swallow-A-Bicycle Theatre @ Beakerhead

Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike
Sep 18 - Oct 3, Alberta Theatre Projects

I'll Be Back Before Midnight Canadian work
Sep 19 - Oct 18, Vertigo Theatre/Western Canada Theatre

Season 16: Degenerate Hospital
Sep 21 - Apr 4, Dirty Laundry: The Improvised Soap Opera

Making Treaty 7 Albertan work
Sep 23 - 25, Making Treaty 7 Cultural Society

Sep 24 - Oct 3, Chromatic Theatre

Death of a Salesman
Sep 25 - Oct 3, Morpheus Theatre



Devour Content Here: A Show Albertan work
Sep 4 - 7, CBBD Productions

23rd Annual Die-Nasty Soap-a-thon Albertan work
Sep 11 - 13, Die-Nasty: The Live Improvised Soap-Opera

Theatresports Albertan work
Sep 11 - June 10, Rapid Fire Theatre

Eavesdrop: The Coffee Shop Show Albertan work
Sep 11 - 13, Swallow-A-Bicycle Theatre @ Kaleido Festival

CHiMPROV Albertan work
Sep 12 - June 11, Rapid Fire Theatre

BOOM Canadian work
Sep 19 - Oct 11, The Citadel Theatre/KDOONS and WYRD Productions

Bone Cage Canadian work
Sep 24 - Oct 4, Theatre YES

The 11 O'clock Number Albertan work
Sep 24 - June 24, Grindstone Theatre



Pigs in a Canoe and Other Watery Stories / Petits Cochons dans un Canot Albertan work
Sep 1 - June 30, WP Puppet Theatre, Tour: Alberta (province-wide)

CRABS & White Gleaming Beach Albertan work
Sep 10 - 19, Theatre Outré, Lethbridge

Thunderstruck Improv Albertan work
Sep 17 - 19, Keyano Theatre & Arts Centre, Fort McMurray

Sep 17 - Oct 3, Grande Prairie Live Theatre, Grande Prairie

Release the McCrackin Albertan work
Sep 18 - 26, Accidental Humour Co., Tour: Alberta (province-wide)

Mass Appeal
Sep 18 - Oct 24, Rosebud Theatre, Rosebud

Sketchfest Albertan work
Sep 24 - 26, Bull Skit Comedy, Red Deer

Improv Assembled
Sep 29 - May 31, Go 4 Broke Productions, St. Albert

The Hudson Bay Epic Albertan work
Sep 30 - Oct 10, New West Theatre, Lethbridge

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Theatre News

Ghost River Theatre first Company-in-Residence with the School of Creative and Performing Arts - Calgary

Ghost River Theatre will be the first Company-in-Residence with the School of Creative and Performing Arts (SCPA) for the 2015-16 academic year.

2015 Betty Mitchell Award recipients announced - Calgary

The Betty Mitchell Awards, honouring professional theatre in Calgary from the previous season, were announced on August 24th. Congrats to all the recipients and nominees!

2015 CAT Award recipients announced - Calgary

The CAT Awards (Community Theatre Awards), celebrating the best of community theatre in Calgary and neighbouring communities, were announced on August 22nd. Congrats to all the recipients and nominees!

Quest Theatre welcomes dynamic additions to its 2015/16 administrative team - Calgary

Quest Theatre welcomes Iam Coulter as its new Director of Education, Development and Outreach, and Scott Roberts, as its new Tour and Residency Coordinator.

Varscona Theatre offers chance to win a lunch date with Nathan Fillion - Edmonton

Actor Nathan Fillion has announced he has launched a campaign to raise awareness and funds for the Varscona Theatre. The campaign is live and runs through September 28th.


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Auditions (Calgary): Video auditions for Arden of Faversham – Artists’ Collective Theatre - Deadline to submit: September 5

Audition (Calgary): The Who’s Tommy – Front Row Theatre Players - By appointment: September 12, 14, & 16

Audition (Calgary): Artisitc Liaison – Heritage Park Players - By appointment: September 20 & 21

Audition (Airdrie/Calgary): Little Women - Torchlight Theatre & Nose Creek Players - By appointment: September 21

Auditions (Calgary): The Dinner Party – Morpheus Theatre - By appointment: September 26, 28, & 30


Auditions (Edmonton): Burning Bluebeard – Edmonton Actors Theatre - Open til filled - please submit ASAP.

Audition (Sherwood Park): Disney’s Peter Pan Jr. – Festival Players - By appointment: September 3, 8, & 13

Audition (Edmonton): The Wind in Her Sails – Independent Fundraiser Production - By appointment: September 6

Audition (Sherwood Park): Prom Night of the Living Dead – Sherard Musical Theatre - Deadline to submit: September 10

Audition (Edmonton): Robin Hood Men In Tights – Wyvern Players - By appointment: September 12, 13, & 19


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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): Facility & Box Office Attendant (Part-time) – Calgary Community Theatre Ltd - Open til filled


Job (Edmonton): Stage Manager for Burning Bluebeard – Edmonton Actors Theatre - Open till filled - please submit ASAP

Job (Edmonton): Communications and Marketing Coordinator – Theatre Alberta - Deadline: September 8

Job (Edmonton): General Manager – Theatre Prospero - Deadline: September 15

Job (Edmonton): Business Manager/General Manager – Theatre Network~live at the Roxy - Deadline: September 25

Internships (Edmonton): 2015/2016 Season Internships – Punctuate! Theatre - Open til filled

Job (Edmonton): Event Coordinator & Donor Relations – Edmonton Opera - Open til filled


Job (Drumheller): Lead Director – The Canadian Badlands Passion Play - Deadline: September 30

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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.


Event/Workshop (Calgary): Puppet Pop-Up Studio: SMART Beakers – WP Puppet Theatre - September 19, 1-3pm (please register online

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


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

Classes (Edmonton): Smoke, Foley, Special FX’s and Film Sets – Freedom Tech Production - starts September 22 (twelve classes)

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

Classes (Edmonton): Foote Theatre School – Fall/Winter 2015/16 – Citadel Theatre, Robbins Academy - Registration for Fall/Winter Classes now open


Follow our Workshops by Request blog for more upcoming workshops across Alberta!

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Events / Fundraisers

Event (Edmonton): Riverkeeper play reading – Script Salon - September 6, 7:30 PM

Fundraiser (Edmonton): Win a lunch date with Nathan Fillion – Varscona Theatre - Contest ends September 28, 5PM

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 (Leduc): Director/Musical Director – The Wedding Singer – Leduc Drama Society - Deadline to submit: September 4

Volunteer Opportunity (Calgary): Casino Volunteers Needed – Evergreen Theatre - September 8 & 9, email valmai@evergreentheatre.com

Volunteers Opportunity (Edmonton): Shadow Theatre 2015 Casino - September 10 & 11, email shadowtheatre@interbaun.com

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Calls For Submissions

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

Call for Submissions (Alberta) – Enbridge Playwrights Awards – Alberta Theatre Projects - Submissions deadline: September 13

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

Call for Submissions (Calgary) – TJLAB Sessions – Theatre Junction GRAND - Submissions deadline: September 18

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 (Calgary): Visual Arts Submissions – Pumphouse Theatre Art Gallery - Submissions deadline: October 16

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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 August 2015.


Denise Lines, Ashley Slater, Helen Turner, Doug Mertz & Stefano Muneroni, Hilary Forde, Mariah Fournier, Brendan Andrews, Diana Moser, and Theatre Alberta Library Patrons from the office donation jar.

The following people donated pledges to the Theatre Alberta Guys and Dolls for Northern Light Theatre's Battle for the Limelight fundraising competition:

Ben Cates, Miki Talbot, Sara & Kory Read, Bill & Sherry Talbot, Ashley Barrington, Shelley MacInnes, Savannah Essington, Meridel Hamaluik, Alice & Ed Rogoza, Blaine & Sabrina Kelm, Lou Beagan, Pauline Beagan, Matt Grue, Tara Beagan, Adam Mitchell, and Ron Ekberg



Liam Stewart-Kanigan, Mariah Fournier, Courtney Charnock, Diana Moser, Isabella Derilo, Tom Bradshaw, Sharon Toohey


Torchlight Theatre, Manasc Isaac Architects



Shelley Scott, Ellen Leavitt, Maralyn Ryan, Brian Dooley, Mark Hopkins, Holly Turner, Andrew Raczynski, Michael Peng, Paula Humby, Jillian Goodheart, Andrea Boyd, Heather Morrow, Jenna Rodgers, Lauren Boyd, Hannah Meyers, Philip Geller, Mariann Kirby, Mark LaBelle, Marylou Gammans, Stacey Grubb, Siobhan Vipond, Anna Osburn, John Warkentin


Beaumont Composite High School, Medicine Hat Firehall Theatre, Foundations for the Future Charter Academy, Rapid Fire Theatre, Edmonton Opera, Freedom Tech Production

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