A chance for IBPOC Theatre students from across Canada to meet one another and receive advice from experienced IBPOC artists! ABOUT THIS EVENT Calling all IBPOC recent theatre graduates, students graduating this year and those entering their final year of study! You’re invited to an (online) IBPOC Theatre Grad Fair from
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Vertigo Theatre is offering a Crash Course on Digital Theatre! Follow the link for more information:
Witness Creative Collisions at Collider Festival 2021 May 12 – 16, 2021 Collider is a new play development festival that celebrates and helps bring to life new stories and scripts for larger stages showcasing a mix of local artists and artists from across the country and beyond. This year’s inaugural
Workshop (Alberta): One Year Later: Exploring how COVID-19 has Re-defined the Experience Economy in Alberta
May 5, 2021 11:00 AM REGISTER HERE One year into the pandemic, how are interests and priorities shifting for Albertans? What does that mean for organizations who offer experiences? What do vaccinations and other measures mean for participation? These are the kinds of questions businesses and organizations are asking as
Up Next for Playwrights Projects 2021… AREA 33 BY NATALIE MEISNER FRIDAY, APR 23 AT 7:30PM MDT Trust, lobsters and the search for signs of intelligent life one summer at the Shag Harbour UFO Museum. Chloe lost her mother to addiction and has since been raised by her Uncle who,
Learn how to create and implement exciting audience engagement devices for digital production!
A monthly grassroots gathering for the collective re-imagining of an equitable future.
Join @morpheustheatre and @sallycacic for an online exploration of the Meisner Approach – April 28th
Mile Zero Dance presents REELING: Dance on Screen – the top dance short films from around the world!
Leanna Brodie’s For Home and Country on the Opera House stage, streamed live, featuring RSA students
Sticks and Stones – The Stories We Carry Beneath Our Skin, a devised movement show with live music
Free Intro to Directing workshop April 16 & 17 with Jacqueline Russell. Learn more here!
Broadway Teachers Workshop 2021 Online Conference The 2021 Online Conference will focus on methods to help you rebound in the upcoming academic year. How do you regain your students’ trust, manage their anxiety about returning to the classroom, and inspire them to take on new challenges? Restart and revitalize your
Resilience & Reinvention: PACT Management Leaders Retreat Taking place wherever you are on Wednesday, May 26, from 12pm to 5:30pm ET There’s no more business as usual. What principles should guide us as we return to the stage? How can we ensure that our practices are ethical, equitable, and effective
Online mini series: Calgary’s Improv Soap Opera “Dirty Laundry Goes to Space” FREE or by donation
The Centre for Free Expression at Ryerson University presents a Zoom presentation by Chilean-Canadian theatre artist and author Carmen Aguirre on April 7. The title of the conversation, cosponsored by the Vancouver Public Library, is Cancel Culture in Theatre: what is to be done? Aguirre will be joined in the
Seventh Anniversary Playwright Readings April 11 at 7:30pm We’re celebrating another year! April is our seventh anniversary, so we’ve gathered the following fabulous Edmonton playwrights to help us celebrate. Please welcome to our online stage: Belinda Cornish, Althea Cunningham, Blaine Newton, Liam Salmon, and the writing team of May Kharaghani
FREE STAGES: THE UNSEEN FUTURE OF THEATRE FREE ONLINE SEMINARS FOR THEATRE PRACTITIONERS OF ALL KINDS On three Sundays in April, playwright Scott Sharplin will host Zoom-based workshop/seminars exploring the post-pandemic future of live theatre. Free Stages: The Unseen Future of Theatre is a three-hour event for directors, designers, playwrights,