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INDUSTRY NIGHT RATES – TUESDAY EVENINGS $49 (PLUS GST) PER PERSON DATES AVAILABLE FOR THIS SHOW: JULY 22, JULY 29, AND AUGUST 19 RATED R for strong adult language, mature themes and full puppet nudity. Recommended for adults only. Named the Best Show on Broadway of 2003 by over 13
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
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
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.
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Looking for a stage production, and eventual movie set in the long run on my newly published and captivating Drama titled: ‘Ome Ihe Jide ofo Afo.’ The play can be purchased at Amazon.ca (click here to view) and will be available at the Theater Alberta’s Library later in May 2014.
Government of Canada Announces Appointment to the Canada Council for the Arts April 14, 2014 – Gatineau – Department of Canadian Heritage Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages Shelly Glover today announced the appointment of Simon Brault as Director and CEO of the Canada Council for the Arts for
Overwhelming Response to U of L Play Writing Competition Much to the delight of organizers, entries poured in from across the country as well as Canadians living in the United States and overseas. The call for submissions has just closed on the Fiction at Fifty competition, which was looking for
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Why? Why have a day to celebrate theatre? We take time to celebrate theatre throughout the year. We celebrate openings, closings, premieres, and remounts. Let’s be honest, we’ll find any reason to celebrate our passion. So why the day? To me it’s not about celebrating the act of theatre, it’s
In January, Theatre Alberta put out a call for submissions for our Ah Ha! Moment writing contest. We asked the community to share personal discoveries that resulted from their theatre training. We were so touched by the results! We selected several entries to be published in the Spring 2014 issue
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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
CITADEL FORUM ON HOMELESSNESS AND AFFORDABLE HOUSING IN EDMONTON The Citadel Theatre is pleased to host a one-day forum entitled “Won’t You Be My Neighbour? Homelessness and Affordable Housing in Edmonton” to be held in the Shoctor lobby on Saturday, January 18th, from 10 AM to 3 PM. We have
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 – 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