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Brave Girl – Lunchbox Theatre
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Thank you for attending Theatre Alberta’s 2013/2014 Annual General Meeting

Theatre Alberta was pleased to host its 2013/2014 Annual General Meeting on July 5, 2014 at The Club Lobby at The Citadel Theatre in Edmonton, part of Dramaworks 2014. During the meeting, Theatre Alberta members received the annual President’s Report, Treasurer’s Report, and Report from the Executive Director, as well as

Artstrek: Karen Johnson-Diamond chats Artstrek on CBC!

Our amazing Artstrek Administrative Director (and perhaps the program’s biggest fan), Karen Johnson-Diamond recently was a guest on CBC’s Daybreak Alberta with Russell Bowers … and guess what she talked about? We were so pleased that Artstrek made the conversation, especially considering it was during Russell’s final show (on June 15th). Thank

Theatre Alberta welcomes our 2014 Summer Program Assistants

Welcome to our three Summer Program Assistants at Theatre Alberta! Supporting our work with three of our largest programs during the summer months, please help us welcome (from to left to right): Dramaworks Program Assistant, Dennie Hamaliuk. Dennie is enrolled in the Arts and Cultural Management progam at MacEwan University.

News: Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) Alberta policy changes for volunteers

On January 1, 2014 changes to the Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) Alberta policy came in effect to distinguish between unpaid workers and volunteers. These changes will affect the theatre industry in Alberta.  Theatre companies operate in a compulsory industry under the Workers’ Compensation Act — this means that companies are required

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Blog: Update on Peak Theatre Players Past Season

Peak Theatre Players is on their 33rd Season and are proud of what we accomplished last year. With every season a surprise, we were fortunate enough to have a lot of interest which aloud us to try new challenges. Our first performance of last year was The Melville Boys by

All Stages Online: Winter 2013 – Introducing Foils

All Stages – Theatre Alberta’s tri-annual magazine examining the theatre community in Alberta – is pleased to introduce our newest regular feature, Foils: two contrasting opinions, viewpoints or processes published side-by-side in our magazine. In the Winter 2013 installment of Foils, Meg Braehm and Rebecca Northan provided two very unique and different perspectives on the process of