Theatre Network ~ live at the Roxy
Theatre Network ~ live at the Roxy
Ghost River Theatre’s AN EYE FOR AN EYE
An Oil & Gas, Piss & Vinegar Cabaret …
Feb. 4-16, 2003, in Edmonton
Previews: February 4 and 5
Opening Night: Feb. 6 / 2for1 Tuesday: Feb. 11
10708 – 124 St., Edmonton
INFOLINE: 453 2440
What happens when you mix oil and fire? What happens when you mix Corporate Oil with the fire of religious zeal? Weibo Ludwig learned the answer to that when he tried it out. A theatre company in Calgary decided to explore the resulting explosion, adding their own fuel to the fire. Now it’s coming to Edmonton.
“An Eye For An Eye blinds with its brilliance.” – Edmonton Journal
Winner of the 2001 Betty Mitchell Award For Outstanding Musical Production
It started with a simple notion: To create a musical cabaret about the conflict between rural Albertans and the activities of the oil and gas industry; specifically, the effect of sour gas wells and their hazards on rural Albertans. During an eight-day residency at the Banff Centre, the company plunged into some serious research about the Wiebo Ludwig case. They researched newspaper clippings, the internet, spoke to farmers in the Prince Albert area, and watched the video Home Sour Home, made by the Ludwigs to illustrate their plight.
Each actor went away to write from the point of view of their character and came back to argue for that point of view. They did group improvisations, with the show’s Stage Manager transcribing as fast as she could, and from those improvs, began to develop the scenes that worked best. It became a story that represents every point of view, and by doing that, it has challenged everyone’s perceptions.
COMING SOON in 2003 @ The Roxy …
STOP KISS Feb. 27-Mar 8 Kill Your Television Productions
Two twenty-something women meet and form a fast friendship that leads to an unexpected attraction.
HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH Apr 1-Apr 20
An absolutely fabulous glam rock musical. Hedwig Schmidt is a German rock and roll goddess who also happens to be the victim of a gruesomely botched sex-change operation.http://www.hedwiginedmonton.com
DALE LADOUCEUR & THE BROKE ENSEMBLE CD RELEASE PARTY May 10th CD Release Party. An indefinable blend of Jazz/Folk/Rock. Opening Acts: Craig Shafer and Babe Lloyd. Evening will include a silent auction.
SYNCRUDE NEXT GENERATION ARTS FESTIVAL June 5-15
A multidisciplinary festival that features the work of emerging professional artists.
Courtesy of the Community Networks Group
NORTHERN ALBERTA ALLIANCE ON RACE RELATIONS (NAARR)
The Northern Alberta Alliance on Race Relations (NAARR) is holding a series of Focus Groups for Parents on Racial Equity in the public and catholic school systems. Please come and help us identify the issues of how racism operates within our schools and potential remedies. The following sessions are open to the public:
Jan 28, 2003
2:30 – 4:30, Millwoods Welcome Centre for Immigrants; #335, Tower II, Millbourne Market Mall
Jan 31, 2003
5 – 7 pm, NorthEast Community Health Centre, 14007 – 50 Street
Feb 01, 2003
2 – 4 pm (FRANCOPHONE SESSION)
Edmonton Immigrant Services Association (old Cromdale School) 11240-79 Street
Feb 04, 2003
5 – 7 pm, Grant MacEwan College, 10700 – 104 Ave, Room 7-21
Feb 05, 2003
7 – 9 pm, Amity House, 9213 – 146 Avenue
For further details, please contact:
Charlene Hay at 425-4644
DR. DRAGANA BREBERIN ON: THE PSYCHOLOGY OF MONEY
February 26, 2003 / Infoline: 448-2707 e-mail: email@example.com
@ The Varscona Hotel, 8208 – 106 Street, Edmonton, AB (Canada)
People speak of money as though they understand it: what it does for them and how best to use it. But is that really the case? Is your financial status controlling you or serving you? What are you trying to accomplish with money? What is the best way to achieve your desired results?
Whatever your circumstances, you will find it beneficial to discuss what money can and cannot do for you, where you got your ideas about money and how you use your attitudes about money to guide your handling of money matters. Participants will have an opportunity to share their feelings and experiences about money and to examine alternative attitudes towards it in a constructive, thoughtful environment.
About Dr. Dragana …
Dr. Dragana Breberin is a clinical physiologist with an extensive, interdisciplinary education & over twenty-five years of experience in helping a diverse range of people to become the best they can be. In her experience, peoples’ perception of money is often mismatched with the true possibilities available to them with it. Money is an artificial construct therefore our attitudes towards it determine our experience with it. We have far more control and opportunity with our financial status than most people realise.
AGENDA: Dinner – Social: 5:30-6:30 p.m. / Seminar: 6:30-8:00 p.m.
Formal Question Period: 8:00-8:30 p.m. / Informal Question Period: 8:30-9:00 p.m.
@ The Varscona Hotel, 8208 – 106 Street
Parking is available in the adjoining parkade.
REGISTRATION FEE: $95.00 + GST
Registration – fees must be received prior to February 12, 2003.
For more information: Dr. Dagrana @ 448-2707 / e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org