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Workshops By Request – Hometown Series

Workshops by Request: Hometown Series are a series of Albertan theatre workshops and theatre classes generated by ideas and suggestions from the community, and facilitated by Theatre Alberta. Workshops in both technical and non-technical aspects of theatre bring highly trained theatre artists to your community for one, one and a half, or two-day workshops. Workshops are also available as webinars online via Zoom.

Group members or ad hoc groups of individual members of Theatre Alberta are eligible to request and host a workshop or webinar. For more information on Workshops and Webinars by Request click the links on the left. Information on many other workshops and classes offered by organizations across Alberta are advertised through our online classifieds.

To Apply

Download the Workshops by Request: Hometown Series Information Package – Inside you’ll find useful information for planning successful workshops, guidelines for the program, and a list of workshop topics.

Once you’ve reviewed the information package, apply for a workshop online.

You must be a theatre group holding a current Group membership with Theatre Alberta in order to apply for workshops. Please note that schools and post-secondary institutions are not eligible for this program.

If you are unsure of your membership status or have further questions, please contact Theatre Alberta by email at info@theatrealberta.com or call our office at (780) 422-8162.

If you are not a Theatre Alberta Group member, click here to apply online for a Group membership.

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Upcoming Workshops

Previous Workshops

Workshops by Request (Canmore): Stage Management – Pine Tree Players

Stage Management: Roles and Responsibilities is a 9 hour workshop that invites participants into the initial exploration of the script, conversations with directors and designers and paperwork creation to set yourself and the team up for success before going into rehearsal. We will use real script examples to have participants

Workshops by Request (Castor): Character Building – Castor Little Theatre

Character Keys is a comprehensive method for creating and refining unique and memorable characters. Using sound gesture and movement, Richard Beaune has crafted this technique that combines Michael Chekhov, Laban and Body Centre work. The Keys have been used by countless actors across Canada to develop their character work. This

Workshops By Request (Claresholm): Come Out & PLAY (Ages 10-17) w/ Allison Lynch – Claresholm Arts Society

Claresholm Arts Society, with the support of Theatre Alberta and Alberta Foundation for the Arts, is hosting Come Out & PLAY (Ages 10-17) with Allison Lynch. Claresholm Community Centre Saturday, September 2nd 10am – 5pm Registration cost is $40 Please register through Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/come-out-play-drama-workshop-youth-ages-10-17-tickets-679080176087?aff=oddtdtcreator About Allison Lynch Allison Lynch is

Workshops By Request (Claresholm): Come Out & PLAY (Ages 18+) w/ Allison Lynch – Claresholm Arts Society

Claresholm Arts Society, with the support of Theatre Alberta and Alberta Foundation for the Arts, is hosting Come Out & PLAY (Ages 18+) with Allison Lynch. Claresholm Community Centre Sunday, September 3nd 10am – 5pm Registration cost is $40 Please register through Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/come-out-play-drama-workshop-ages-18-tickets-679113265057?aff=oddtdtcreator About Allison Lynch Allison Lynch is

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