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Punctuate! Theatre's 2018-19 Season is almost ready to unveil - please check back shortly for the full details.


Our bi-annual Casino Fundraiser is August 25 and 26. We need your support and time - please see the event and sign up if you can!


Join us for our 2018 Annual General Meeting:
Wednesday, September 5, 2018 @ 8pm
Meet at Kunitz Shoes, board room is just behind
10846 - Jasper Ave NW, Edmonton, Alberta

Official Notice and Proxy - Click here!

Please join us for a review of the previous year. Hear executive updates, meet board members, network with other theatre supporters, and find out how you can get involved! Membership also gives you the right to vote at the AGM. After the meeting we will have a closed board meeting for approximately one hour, but would be happy for you to join us a nearby pub for a beverage and some good conversation. Come and hear how we have been progressing over the past year.

We look forward to seeing you! 

Upcoming Shows

The Situation We Find Ourselves In Is This (Workshop Presentation)

  • TORONTO, ON @ The Theatre Centre - September 22, 2018
  • EDMONTON, AB @ Holy Trinity Anglican Church - December 1, 2018
     

After the Fire
In association with Alberta Aboriginal Performing Arts, Native Earth Performing Arts, and The Theatre Centre

  • TORONTO, ON @ The Theatre Centre - January 10-19, 2019

  • ALBERTA 2019 dates TBA
     

BEARS

  • VICTORIA, BC @ The Belfry Theatre - January 29 - February 24, 2019
  • TORONTO, ON @ Factory Theatre - February 28 - March 17
  • ALBERTA 2019 dates TBA
     

Blood of Our Soil

  • TORONTO, ON @ Tarragon Theatre - March 7-16, 2019

Bears by Matthew MacKenzie

The Belfry Theatre                            Factory Theatre                            

Victoria, BC                                        Toronto, ON                                

January 29-February 24, 2019        February 28 - March 17, 2019                    

 

A multi-disciplinary dark comedy about the Kinder Morgan Transmountain Pipeline, Bears asks what the hell it is we think we're doing here in Wild Rose Country.

The prime suspect in a workplace accident, Floyd has to get out of town fast. Pursued by the RCMP, he heads through the Rockies for Burnaby, B.C, along the route of the Kinder Morgan Transmountain Pipeline. By the time he reaches the Pacific, Floyd has experienced changes - his gait widening, his muscles bulging, his sense of smell heightening...

Starring Sheldon Elter, creator and performer of Dora nominated Métis Mutt, Bears features a chorus of contemporary dancers choreographed by seven time Dora Award nominee Monica Dottor.

Few issues facing Canadians are attracting as much attention as the tar sands and the proposed massive expansion of their exploitation. Unapologetically political, Bears was nominated for five Elizabeth Sterling Haynes Awards and won in two categories.

I’d never seen a piece that speaks to issues facing Canada’s Indigenous peoples as effectively and beautifully as Bears does.
— Jerry Saddleback, Cree Elder and Dean of Cultural Studies at Maskwacîs College
  Artwork by Jonathon Bartlett.

Artwork by Jonathon Bartlett.


After the Fire

The Theatre Centre                  

Toronto, ON                        

January 10-19, 2019             

 

 

Thank you to our Funders and Sponsors