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U of A Drama instructor presents at TEDxUAlberta For its inaugural conference, TEDxUAlberta has pulled together a dynamic roster of inspiring speakers and performers. The...

U of A welcomes international artists for their first public performances in Western Canada The work of British choreographer Jonathan Burrows and Italian composer Matteo...
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After centuries of queer life being hidden in the closet and the loss of almost an entire generation of gay men to HIV/AIDS, The...

William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream is ridden with references to nature and specifically weather. Why did Shakespeare think it was important to have his...
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Veteran director imparts wisdom to emerging Canadian theatre artists The University of Alberta’s Department of Drama welcomed Marti Maraden, one of Canada’s most sought-after directors,...

Alison Yanota is a theatre designer who believes in the performance space as a form of interactive sculpture.

Collaboration with Workshop West Theatre embeds playwright in an unlikely U of A community Guest post by Jennifer Pascoe This story was originally published on the...

January’s been a bit dreary, but at Rutherford Library, the University of Alberta’s Humanities and Social Sciences library, three exhibits have brightened the month....

UAlberta Arts alumna talks politics, poetry and passion for Shakespeare To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the University of Alberta’s Department of Drama, the Curious...

Guest post by Jane Heather and Darlene Auger To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the University of Alberta’s Department of Drama, the Curious Arts blog...