Theatre Alberta is thrilled to offer this series of webinars online via Zoom. We’re excited to have facilitators, instructors, and panelists join us from across the province, and around the country for knowledge sharing, learning opportunities, and pivotal discussions as we move forward in the creation and development of art. We aim to explore all areas of the theatre community and the way in which we work.
Each webinar is open to all, but you must register to receive a Zoom link. We’re asking participants to ‘Pay-What-You-Can’ to attend a webinar. If you have any questions about Webinars by Request, please email Theatre Alberta’s Program Coordinator, Andrew Ritchie: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check back later for more information on upcoming webinars
IMPROV with Ken Hall! Saturday, February 26 from 1:00pm – 3:00pm.Pay-What-You-Can! Ready to get your improv on?Maybe say “YES, AND” to the next prompt?Tag in
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COMMUNITY ART ETHICS Thursday, November 256:00pm-7:30pm MST on ZoomView a recording of this webinar below This webinar will provide an overview to Community Arts in
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We all long to return to our theatres and, at this point in history, effective health and safety protocols will be essential in successfully reopening.