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Welcome to Postmarginal’s annual performance research labs, “Alternative Dramaturgies: Marginality, Senses and Technology”. Inspired by a hybridity of performance approaches inspired by the artists of The Centre Cannot Hold, artists working with or between different psychological, artistic, physical and ethno-cultural perspectives are called upon to develop and test new dramaturgical ideas in laboratories involving interactive, […]

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January 2, 2024

Alternative Dramaturgies: Marginality, Senses and Technologies (alt[d)

Welcome to Postmarginal’s annual performance research labs, “Alternative Dramaturgies: Marginality, Senses and Technology”. Inspired by a hybridity of performance approaches inspired by the…

In the heart of Alberta’s capital, Edmonton (amiskwaciwâskahikan), a collective of 15 diverse artists, academics, and cultural workers are preparing a transformative four-day event for the performing arts. This unique gathering will run from May 22nd to 25th, 2024, and will be hosted by the University of Alberta’s Department of Drama and MacEwan University.  Creative

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January 2, 2024

Postmarginal Edmonton 2.0: Imagining Inclusive Performing Arts

In the heart of Alberta’s capital, Edmonton (amiskwaciwâskahikan), a collective of 15 diverse artists, academics, and cultural workers are preparing a transformative four-day…

In a world that constantly evolves, organizations must adapt and grow to stay relevant and meaningful, however we ask ourselves at what cost and to whom? In September 2023, Postmarginal embarked on a three-month period of organizational transformation. The focus? To rekindle our vision and values while decentralizing the organizational structure. To help build our

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January 1, 2024

Indigenous Perspectives of Governance

In a world that constantly evolves, organizations must adapt and grow to stay relevant and meaningful, however we ask ourselves at what cost…

In the landscape of the performing arts, the intersection between live performance and technology has become a captivating realm of exploration. From October 23rd to October 27th, the talented team of artists and researchers at Alternative Dramaturgies: Marginality, the Senses and Technology (Alt|D) are embarking on a five-day journey, delving into the realms of binaural

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October 24, 2023

Alternative Dramaturgies: October Workshop

In the landscape of the performing arts, the intersection between live performance and technology has become a captivating realm of exploration. From October…

Postmarginal invites you to celebrate the official launch of The Centre Cannot Hold by participating in a conversation about sharing practices and resources between marginalized performing artists. Our new website, The Centre Cannot Hold (centrecannothold.com), will be a unique meeting place for marginalized and non-marginalized artists to dialogue and exchange on creating artistic work inspired

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April 27, 2022

The Centre Cannot Hold

Postmarginal invites you to celebrate the official launch of The Centre Cannot Hold by participating in a conversation about sharing practices and resources…

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Postmarginal: Inclusive Theatre Practice, a three-day theatre retreat organized by Modern Times Stage Company and Walterdale Theatre in association with Theatre Alberta, the Citadel Theatre and the Edmonton Fringe took place – after two pandemic-related delays – at the Westbury Theatre, Edmonton from September 12-14, 2021. The mandate: “Postmarginal values where we come from

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November 16, 2021

Postmarginal Edmonton: Activating the beauty and value of difference

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Postmarginal: Inclusive Theatre Practice, a three-day theatre retreat organized by Modern Times Stage Company and Walterdale Theatre in association with Theatre Alberta,…

[responsivevoice_button] Over the last six months, we have held three consultation circles across Turtle Island with theatre artists from diverse backgrounds to brainstorm ideas for our new digital space. We asked for their guidance because we want to create something that reflects the theatre community’s needs and wishes. This year, our goal is to build

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February 10, 2021

Digital Platform – Completion of Postmarginal Consultation Circles

[responsivevoice_button] Over the last six months, we have held three consultation circles across Turtle Island with theatre artists from diverse backgrounds to brainstorm…

The “Subject and Creation” Workshops are continuing this year. From January 22 to 25, 2020, Postmarginal was at the National Theatre School for a project with Diversité artistique Montréal and their theatre and film audition series that features artists of diverse cultural origins. The workshop was facilitated by Postmarginal’s Peter Farbridge in conjunction with director

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February 3, 2020

“Subject and Creation” Workshop in Montreal

The “Subject and Creation” Workshops are continuing this year. From January 22 to 25, 2020, Postmarginal was at the National Theatre School for…

On the heels of a successful second production in Vancouver (BC) last June, plans are currently underway to bring the Postmarginal Laborarium to Edmonton, Alberta in the spring of 2020. The Laborarium was launched in 2018 as a new physical space for rethinking inclusiveness in Canadian theatre. Part laboratory and part symposium, the Laborarium’s main

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July 19, 2019

The Postmarginal Laborarium in Edmonton, AB

On the heels of a successful second production in Vancouver (BC) last June, plans are currently underway to bring the Postmarginal Laborarium to…

Postmarginal was honoured to be represented at the Canadian Association of Theatre Research’s national conference (CATR2019) from June 3-6, 2019 at the UBC campus in Vancouver.   At the panel session on June 4th, Dr. Diana Manole, Dr. Yana Meerzon, Guillaume Saindon and Dr. Henry Daniel presented papers on research related to the aims of Postmarginal.

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June 15, 2019

CATR2019 Conference – Vancouver, BC

Postmarginal was honoured to be represented at the Canadian Association of Theatre Research’s national conference (CATR2019) from June 3-6, 2019 at the UBC…

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