Theatre Alberta’s Online Resources include publications, Theatre Buzz, news articles, and a host of other links and sources of information – all provided to support the growth and development of the Albertan theatre community!
WCB Information– On January 1, 2014 changes to the Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) Alberta policy came in effect to distinguish between unpaid workers and volunteers. More information about WCB and theatre companies.
We are excited to present “Where Are We Now?” — a captivating podcast project dedicated to exploring theatre artists’ views on the ecology of theatre arts in Alberta. Our podcast aims to shed light on the diverse voices, experiences, and creative processes of theatre artists in Alberta. Through in-depth interviews,
Who Are We Now? is an initiative from Theatre Alberta that brings you editorial perspectives from a variety of Albertan artists, educators, administrators, and technicians about the ever-changing world of live theatre. We hope you’ll find them useful as you process your own evolving reality.
Whether you are looking for advice on how to start your own community theatre, stage your first production, or part of an established company looking for guidance on your operations, the information in this handbook will help you organize, implement, and sustain your theatrical endeavours. The material provides a basic
Theatre Alberta’s Playbill is a comprehensive listing of theatre companies and events from across the province!
Welcome to our monthly electronic news bulletin. Theatre Alberta regularly receives information that we believe is important and of interest to our members, and Buzz is a way of communicating this information in a timely manner. We also hope this e-newsletter will strengthen communication within the provincial theatre community, as
What is Safe Stages? a joint initiative of Theatre Alberta and Alberta Human Services an occupational health and safety resource (190-page binder) for the Alberta theatre community with best practices, forms and additional resources a guide to Alberta’s occupational health and safety legislation for employers and workers in the theatre
An Introduction to Planning and Design of Performing Arts Facilities This handbook is a facilities primer designed to provide a planning group of diverse interests and abilities with a common understanding of the principles of performing arts facility design, as well as a common language with which to converse. It
All Stages was a publication of Theatre Alberta issued three times a year. The opinions and views expressed in All Stages are those of the writers and do not necessarily reflect those of Theatre Alberta. The Final Issue of All Stages Magazine was published in Winter 2014. Previous Next All Stages Magazine Archives