The Citadel’s Young Playwriting Company members are presenting their staged readings June 1, 2, and 3.
The summer festival season is officially here – NextFest runs June 4 – 14! Check out Theatre Network’s newsletter, which includes information on the Adopt-an-Artist program and details about how and where to find the festival this year, since the festival lost both The Artery and The Roxy. Of course, you can also check out the NextFest website as well. This year’s theatre portion of NextFest will be at Campus St. Jean and includes:
The E-Town Clown Cabaret by theatre company Fool Spectrum
Grindstone Theatre’s Blackout
Thunderprov and yegDND – improv pieces from Sorry, Not Sorry
Inside Out from Dream Team Productions
PiNNiPED AND OTHER POEMs by MopLip Theatre
Husk presented by The Orange Girls
The NextFest 2015 shorts: Un(known) Stories by Liam Salmon, OCD by Louise Large, Forms of Communication by Kali Wells, The Green, Green Grass by Andrew Dool, and Echoes of a Lost King by Leif Ingebrigtsen.
Curious about site-specific work? In conjunction with Found Festival, Swallow-A-Bicycle is presenting a site-specific workshop and performance on June 28. The workshop/performance goes from 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. at the Dr Wilbert McIntyre (Gazebo) Park and costs $20. The application deadline is today! To register, contact Mark Hopkins firstname.lastname@example.org or 403-710-0093.
The Sterling Awards nominees are being announced at The Next Act tonight at 4:30! The awards will be handed out June 22.
SkirtsAfire herArts festival is looking for a Festival Manager, apply by June 19.
The Freewill Shakespeare Festival is looking for a Managing Director, apply by June 5.
L’Uni Théâtre has announced its 2015/2016 season, including a show by local poet Pierette Requier and a co-production with Opera Nuova.
The Edmonton Galleria Project got some good news last week – the city agreed to move forward with the project and start putting together a memorandum of understanding. Read the official release, then check out Mack’s analysis. And nearly a year later, John’s thoughts about how he would invest that money are still relevant.