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.
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
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.
A transcript of this podcast will be available soon.
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!