THEATRE NETWORK ~ LIVE AT THE ROXY PRESENTS:
Kill Your Television’s STOP KISS by Diana Son
Theatre Network ~ live at the Roxy / 10708 – 124 St.
Tel: 453-2440 / website: http://www.attheroxy.com
Feb. 27 – Mar 8 Tuesdays – Sundays @ 8pm & Saturdays @ 2pm
2 for 1 Tuesday March 4
STOP KISS by Diana Son
Laughter. Love. Lesbians?
A single kiss between two friends ignites both an unexpected love, and a brutal act of violence. As everyone around seeks to define them: as lesbians, as the victims of a gay-bashing, as something they can label, the two women discover a simple and powerful love that defies description.
“Irresistibly exciting… a sweet, sad, and enchantingly sincere play.” – The New York Times
KILL YOUR TELEVISION is the winner of the 2001 & 2002 Sterling Awards for Outstanding Production by a Collective …
Coming soon @ The Roxy:
HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH April 1 – April 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 May 10th, 2003
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
Multidisciplinary festival that features the work of emerging professional artists. http://www.nextfest.ca
Courtesy of: The Community Networks Group (c) Tel/Fax: (780) 474-6058 > Cell: (780) 995-68
A special appeal from:
THE IMMIGRANT NEIGHBOURHOODS
COMMUNITY PLANNING ASSOCIATION
Tel: 413-0699 / e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Through Community Kitchens, new immigrants in the communities of Queen Mary Park and Central McDougall will learn about Canadian food and methods of preparation, and healthy Canadian living. If you know of any residents in these areas of the city who wish to participate, have them call Rainbow at 413-0699. We will also tell our groups about your program if you have one running.
This project is using kitchen facilities donated by John A McDougall school, however they are very short of utensils, and pots and pans are required. The groups are scheduled to start in March 2003 and we really need your help.
Would you or your organization be able to donate these items? Here’s a “Wish List” of supplies: Dish Towels, Cuttings boards, Sharp knives, Dishes and cutlery, Storage containers, Large Pots and pans, Mixing Bowls, Baking Sheets, muffin tins, etc., Utensils (e.g. spatulas, slotted spoons), Cookbooks, Non-perishable foods…
Please drop them off at John A. McDougall School office, 10930-107 St. Pick-ups can also be arranged by calling:
Rainbow McBryan, P.L.A.Y. Project Facilitator
Immigrant Neighbourhoods Community Planning Association
10930 – 107 Street, Edmonton, Alberta T5H 2Z4
Tel: 413-0699 / e-mail: email@example.com
Courtesy of: The Community Networks Group Â© Tel/Fax: 474-6058 / Cell: 995-6819
EDMONTON MULTICULTURAL SOCIETY WEBSITE!
EMS has officially launched http://www.edmontonmulticultural.com. This project is a work in progress and our mandate is to ensure that all members of all communities are acknowledged; in other words: we want to ensure that you have a voice. We kindly ask you to support this medium by submitting any content that you feel is relevant to multiculturalism. Send us your articles, papers, recipes. Talk to us about your experiences with racism and access. Tell us your story …
Drop us a line or submit your piece to firstname.lastname@example.org This site is supported by community conscious individuals and businesses. If you are interested in promoting your business or services on our site, we have a variety of sponsorship packages to suit your needs. We thank you for your support!
About EMS …
In May 2003, The Edmonton Multicultural Society will celebrate its 22nd anniversary. Our agency’s mandate has always been directed by diversity initiatives, and our mission always remain consistent with maintaining a harmonious and enriched way of life for Edmonton’s multicultural communities … In short we aim to:
. study, promote and preserve multiculturalism;
. ensure that the promotion & preservation of multiculturalism is a topic current to all levels of governments;
. provide a strong, clear, constructive voice for all multicultural communities;
. provide Edmonton residents and representatives with a resource of education that will help them to communicate and understand their neighbour or client better;
. ensure that all members of all communities receive equal access to employment, education and related basis human needs services;
. establish alliances with multicultural agencies;
. develop and provide the means through which EMS and its members can maintain ongoing contact with each other and with other multicultural organizations …
For more information, please contact:
Paula Charles, Executive Director
Phone: 420-6866 / Fax: 429-0059
E-mail & web hosting courtesy of: http://www.hcsdtech.com
Courtesy of: The Community Networks Group (c) Tel/Fax: 474-6058 > Cell: 995-6819