Studio Theatre

The 29th Sterling Award nominations have been released and it is a good looking list. We are very proud of our Department of Drama...

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the University of Alberta’s Department of Drama, the Curious Arts blog is sharing 50 Reasons to Go See...

There are innumerable methodologies and aesthetic values to negotiate when undertaking an adaptation for the stage. The most apparent approach is a simple transposition...

The Kaufman Kabaret presents the audience with a little known piece of Canadian history: the acceptance and decriminalization of birth control as a result...

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the University of Alberta’s Department of Drama, the Curious Arts blog is sharing 50 Reasons to Go See...

Infamous for providing both seductive entertainment and political commentary in Weimar Germany, the cabaret was a place outside everyday society where people could express...

Studio Theatre patrons will be the first audiences to see The Kaufman Kabaret by Hannah Moscovitch (March 24 – April 2, 2016), the...

Reason 24/50 to Go See A Play Studio Theatre patrons will be the first audiences to see The Kaufman Kabaret by Hannah Moscovitch (March...

It’s interesting how two different art forms, painting and theatre, can create distinctive experiences when they interpret the same material. Take the painting Titania Awakes,...

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...