Transpose the Stage is a grassroots, community-driven initiative focused on amplifying local voices and facilitating collaboration between artists and institutions until theatre spaces are characterized by dignity, acknowledgment, and respect for social difference.
Ongoing: Our ‘Letter to Audiences’ Podcast is available on Spotify.
The last 8 minutes includes calls to action and information that can support you to advocate in your theatre community. We’d love to hear from you about the work you are doing to practice your agency and hold institutions accountable to inclusion and accessibility.
July 2021: Participate in ‘Letter to Audiences’ at Found Fest 2021
Letter to Audiences, brought to you by artists Natércia Napoleão and April MacDonald Killins, is an equity in
STEP 1: SURVEY
(survey is now closed) First up, we invite audiences to stop by and participate in our YEG Theatre Patron Perspectives on Equity survey. Click here to participate! Findings will be released at a later date through Common Ground Arts.
STEP 2: PODCAST
Have you heard that theatre is going through a major reckoning in regards to equity? Click here during the Festival July 8-11 (2021) to listen to Natércia and April’s pilot episode of a new podcast exploring equity in Edmonton theatre.
This podcast is now live on Spotify!
STEP 3: CONVERSATION
Join Natércia, April, and a small number of other community members for a solution-focused conversation about equity in theatre. Book your conversation slot on Saturday, July 10.
This will be a seated, outdoor, distanced conversation at a private location near the Found Grounds in Old Strathcona. We encourage all participants to be masked throughout the event. This location is wheelchair-accessible.
February 23, 2021 (now closed): Submit to be a panelist for the Stories to Action Salon at Azimuth Theatre’s Chinook Series.
October 8, 2020 (now closed): Visit Theatre Alberta’s website to participate in my artist survey.
Want to collaborate? I’d love to hear from you!