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Alberta Culture Days offers free, participatory events and programs that invite the public to discover, experience and celebrate the arts and culture in their communities. Once again, Alberta Culture Days has been extended beyond the traditional weekend to a 4-week interactive, immersive arts and culture experience taking place for the entire month of September. Scroll down to peruse the amazing 2022 line-up at SECPA! Be sure to visit Arts Council Wood Buffalo’s website for more great Alberta Culture Days events throughout the Wood Buffalo region!
Hello adventurers! Join Theatre; Just Because in traversing the fantastical land of world building! We will dive into the world of Dungeons and Dragons and find out what it takes to create a magical and engaging story. This workshop will take you to exciting places you never knew existed (because we’ll be making them all up)! Whether you have been an adventurer before, or have never seen a dice before, this workshop is for you!
Click HERE to register for this FREE workshop!
What happens when two very different one-man shows are accidentally double-booked on the same stage? One’s an overly serious, self-important autobiography, and the other’s a wacky, irreverent musical comedy revue. Who will win the battle for the spotlight?
With a developing bromance, amazing one-liners, and songs that are sure to get stuck in your head, this show is a very, very, very funny must-see!
RUN TIME: 60 minutes
GENRE: Comedy / Music
SHOW CONTAINS: Adult Content / Language
FREE TICKETS: Click HERE!
Put your creative hats on – it’s time to have some theatre fun!
Get a group together and set out to create a Play in a Day, from idea to stage! Participating groups write, direct, and act in a play created in 24 hours.
Participants will be given a theme, a prop, and a costume piece that needs to be included in the finished play. On the day of, they will have access to rehearsal space and support by SRE theatre artists. Play in a Day finishes off with a free performance in front of friends, family, and celebrity YMM judges!
A few simple rules:
~You are not allowed to use published scripts. Only new works accepted.
~This is a family friendly event.
~Performances must be between 10 and 30 minutes in length.
Remember! All registrations are FREE!
Register as a group: https://bit.ly/3p14rwr
Register as an individual: https://bit.ly/3zGedcr
Get your tickets to the performance: https://bit.ly/3SymDuU
Learn basic balloon twisting/decor!
In class, participants will learn how to make a balloon dog & Octopus sculpture. Every participant will receive balloons and pump to bring home.
This class is for everyone age 6 & up. Parents are encouraged to be in the class with their kids & have fun together. Click HERE to register for FREE!
The Fort McMurray Bengali Association will be joining us to present a beautiful program of songs and dances from the last fifty years of Bengali cinema.
Bengali cinema, just like any other movie art of the world, always represented a candid photo of the present society, portrayed dreams Bengalis who are known to be the most romantic and artistic human beings of the world.
We have gathered today, from different parts of West Bengal and brought together bits and pieces of our growing up with the melodies of old Bengali movies.
Fort McMurray Bengali Association presents a Confluence of our thoughts, our childhood memories, our growing up and above all, our love for our culture through this beautiful, romantic musical performance.
Meet Nakota. A young boy who is sick in the hospital and trying to write the greatest story ever. One day, Grandpa Rocko comes over for a visit. Next thing Nakota knows, he is whisked away into a world of stories that are right below his feet. Within the land. This show explores the interplay between stories of the present against the long forgotten stories of the past. Click HERE for free tickets!
“Masterful script… a wonderful love song to the stories that shape and ground us.”
All ages and experience levels are welcome. Please register beforehand as spaces are limited. Click each workshop to register (You can register for free for one or both workshops.)
Workshop Part 1
Saturday September 24
Join Anishinaabe playwright, theatre creator, and educator Josh Languedoc for this free workshop exploring Indigenous theatre creation involving movement, writing, and conversations through circle gathering and discussion.
Workshop Part 2
Sunday September 25
On the second day of Indigenous Theatre Creation workshops, Josh will guide participants through discussion and exploration of Indigenous theatre creation and circle based rehearsal processes. All ages and experience levels are welcome. Please register beforehand as spaces are limited.
Fort McMurray Dance Association Presents: Wood Buffalo Dance Showcase
Saturday September 24, 2022
Details Coming Soon!
Calling all writers! Theatre; Just Because wants to take you on a journey to unlock your creativity. We’ll use the fundamentals of improv and theatre games to inspire us, then take pen to page to expand our ideas into incredible literary works! Whether the idea of doing improv thrills you or chills you, there’s something to be learned from this fun and interactive workshop. Click HERE to register for FREE!
Stars of the Oilsands Rotary Music Festival
For over 45 years the annual Oilsands Rotary Music Festival, which is an Alberta Music Festival Association member, has provided workshops and performance opportunities for amateur music students in Fort McMurray and the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo. During the festival, performers perform onstage for an audience and professional adjudicators from other communities. Performers in certain disciplines can be recommended to perform in the Alberta Provincial Festival. As well, from that Festival they may be recommended to the Canada West Festival.
For more information, please visit the website at www.oilsandsmusic.com
Parr Academy of Vocal Arts is thrilled to present, “An Evening of Song and Scene” which includes songs from the classical canon, a variety of scenes from famous plays, songs from musicals, and famous poems. All these will be presented by children and youth from Fort McMurray who study in the Parr Academy.