Opening this week
A Christmas Carol at the Citadel Theatre, until December 23
Six Degrees of Separation at Walterdale Theatre, December 3 – 13
Passion Play at the MacEwan Centre for the Arts: Theatre Lab, December 4 – 14 Closing this week
Blavatsky’s Tower at the Timms Centre for the Arts on December 6
The official name of the 2015 Edmonton International Fringe Theatre Festival is SupercaliFRINGEilistic! There are already 107 shows slated for the festival. Grindstone Theatre’s Edmonton Scene Study
will now be hosted at the Citadel Theatre – the next one is December 8 from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. with special guest Louise Lambert. The organizers ask that you email email@example.com to RSVP if you are able to attend. The What it is Podcast posted
Episode 59: Catalyst in the Community, with guests Amy Van Keeken, Lori Gawryluik & Jonathan Christenson The Metro published
an interesting article about the Edmonton Arts Council and calls for public art that are part of all the new capital projects being announced. As the University of Alberta’s Playwright in Residence, Colleen Murphy is
starting a UofA playwright’s forum. The inaugural meeting is December 7 from 1:0o – 3:00 p.m. Alberta Playwright’s Network is putting on a workshop with Vern Thiessen – Adaptation: The Word Made From Flesh on December 8 from 6 – 8.
Register to attend in person or online. On a personal note – I love the podcast Here’s The Thing with Alec Baldwin. Alec’s interview style is what I aspire to do whenever I sit down with someone for an interview. After the summer/fall break, the podcast is back with an
awesome first episode with guest Ira Glass.
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