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Welcome to the Theatre Wiki

The Theatre Wiki is a nation-wide project dedicated to creating the first community-maintained Canadian online encyclopedia of the performing arts.

Currently, there are 1,205 articles and 538 users on the Theatre Wiki.

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This Week's Featured Article

Alberta Theatre Projects (ATP)
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Alberta Theatre Projects (ATP) is a professional contemporary theatre company founded in 1972 and based at the Martha Cohen Theatre in Calgary, Alberta. ATP is led by Artistic Director Vanessa Porteous and Executive Director Vicki Stroich.

Alberta Theatre Projects plays a national leadership role in the development of new Canadian plays year-round through the Enbridge New Canadian Plays series. ATP is committed to fostering the development of young artists and audience members through their Youth Engagement initiatives[1]. The Exchange[2], a series of fun, friendly and lively events around the shows in ATP's season, is where audiences and artists meet and mingle to explore and celebrate the themes of the plays and the art of live theatre.

This Week's Featured Contributor

Simon Bloom

Simon Bloom is a director, web developer, associate digital dramaturge at the Spider Web Show, co-Artistic Director of Outside the March, and a creator of the Theatre Wiki.

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Winnipeg Theatre a number of Winnipeg theatre companies collaborated to build a directory page for their city. Recently joined by Edmonton Theatre

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Third Street Theatre - Calgary based independent theatre company

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