Online Resources

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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.

Our Publications

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Theatre Buzz

Welcome to our monthly electronic news bulletin. Theatre Alberta regularly receives information that we believe is important and of interest

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Theatre Alberta Playbill

Theatre Alberta’s Playbill is the province’s most comprehensive source of theatre production information and plays in Alberta. Listings include professional,

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Essays and Editorials

Who Are We Now? is an initiative from Theatre Alberta that brings you editorial perspectives from a variety of Albertan

Theatre Handbook

Theatre Handbook

An Introduction to Planning and Design of Performing Arts Facilities This handbook is a facilities primer designed to provide a

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Safe Stages

What is Safe Stages? a joint initiative of Theatre Alberta and Alberta Human Services an occupational health and safety resource

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All Stages

All Stages was a publication of Theatre Alberta issued three times a year. The opinions and views expressed in All Stages are those

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Together We Fringe

Announcement (Edmonton): Edmonton Fringe Presents Together We Fringe!

This year’s hyper-local hybrid Event presents both live and digital programming, including ticketed live theatre performances for reduced capacity audiences; ticketed outdoor entertainment in ATB Park; on-demand and livestream content streamed on Fringe TV; and so much more.

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News (Alberta): New Minister of Culture After Cabinet Shuffle

On July 8, 2021 Alberta Premier Jason Kenney announced several changes to cabinet including a new Minister of Culture.

Ron Orr, MLA for Lacombe-Ponoka, will replace Leela Aheer as Minister of Culture and Whitney Issik, MLA for Calgary-Glenmore, becomes the Associate Minister of Status of Women, under the Ministry of Culture and Status of Women.