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News (Alberta): Announcing The 2020 Artstrek Play of Study

  We are thrilled to announce that students attending Artstrek 2020 will explore the action-packed contemporary comedy Shakespeare In Love. In the year 1593 an up-an-coming young writer named Will Shakespeare is struggling to complete his next play, Romeo and Ethel, the Pirate’s Daughter. When a mysterious actor appears to

Announcement (Alberta): Alberta Queer Calendar Project

  In January 2020, Cardiac Theatre and What It Is Productions will launch the first of thirteen podcast dramas as part of The Alberta Queer Calendar Project. The Alberta Queer Calendar Project is a one-year, January to December podcast that will feature thirteen new podcast dramas by queer, Albertan writers.


Job (Red Deer): Apply Now To Be A 2020 Artstrek Supervisor

  Theatre Alberta is seeking applications for Artstrek Supervisors for July 2020. Supervisors (Supers) will need: excellent interpersonal skills; the ability to work as a team member; strong leadership abilities; experience working with youth; a remarkable work ethic; and a well-cultivated sense of fun. Applicants must have attended Artstrek as a student

News (Alberta): Broadway Across Canada Announces 2020-2021 Season

  Broadway Across Canada has unveiled their upcoming 2020-2021 Season. Four theatrical productions will take centre stage at the Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium beginning next fall including the Edmonton premiere engagement of the Broadway Musical, HAMILTON.   “With a record number of subscribers last season, we remain so appreciative of the

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Workshop (Banff): The Storytelling Body – Mask Performance With The Wonderheads

  REGISTRATION IS OPEN FOR THE STORYTELLING BODY: MASK PERFORMANCE WITH THE WONDERHEADS March 6-8, 2020 Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity Presented in partnership with Canadian Academy of Mask & Puppetry Registration deadline: February 19, 2020 ABOUT THIS WORKSHOP Journey into the world of visual storytelling and mask performance

Survey (Edmonton): YEG Performing Arts Accessibility Survey

  The Edmonton performing arts community believes that the arts are for everyone. In 2019, a group of performing arts companies came together to tackle the question of how to make their work accessible to as many people as possible. To do that, we need to find out what kinds

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Workshop (Banff): Registration Is Open For The Future Is Here

  Registration Is Open For The Future Is Here: Artistic Leadership For Ethnically Diverse Women And Non-Binary People Of Colour January 24-26, 2020 Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity Presented in partnership with Concrete Theatre Registration deadline: January 8, 2020 About This Workshop Currently, self-identified women and non-binary people of

News (Calgary): Downstage Announces 2019-2020 Season

  Downstage is thrilled to announce their 2019/2020 Season that launches this November with Safe Site, their newest community-engagement project.  “Our 2019-2020 season is bursting with funny, poignant, heart warming plays that touch on topics ripe for discussion here in Calgary. I’m excited for our season to stir up conversation

News (Alberta): 2019 Rozsa Award Short List Announced

  It is with great pleasure, the Rozsa Foundation announces the shortlist nominees for the 16th Annual Rozsa Awards celebrating Excellence in Arts Management and Board Leadership.   Selected this year by the Rozsa Awards Jury out of several exemplary nominations from across the province, these candidates are distinct in

News (National): PACT Announces Boomer Stacey’s Appointment as Executive Director

  The Professional Association of Canadian Theatres (PACT) is thrilled to announce the appointment of Boomer Stacey as its new Executive Director. An accomplished artist, arts manager, and internationally respected cultural advocate and engager, Boomer’s reputation in both the Canadian and global arts landscape makes him a uniquely qualified and

A Few Dozen Attendees of The Rocky Mountain Series's Community Theatre Summit Pose For a Photograph Outside in Banff With Mountains and Trees Behind Them

Announcement (Alberta): Registration is Now Open for the Community Theatre Summit 2.0

  The first Community Theatre Summit, held in March 2018, successfully brought together groups from across the province for valuable learning and networking opportunities. Now, Theatre Alberta, Calgary-ACTS, and Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity are thrilled to invite Albertan community theatre producers and artists to join us for the

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