Frank Nickel is the new executive director of the Rosebud Centre of the Arts.
The month of March heralds the beginning of springtime, but for the Strathmore Children’s Choir, the month also shepherds in with it a number of opportunities for young singers. This spring the choir members will perform before hundreds of young children, attend workshops and travel to Choralfest South 2017 in Calgary.
It’s very fitting that a comedy night in Strathmore will be held on April Fool’s Day.
Almost all Canadians can trace their roots back to agriculture. Wingfield on Ice, a play written by Dan Needles, starring Rod Beattie, and directed by Douglas Beattie, helps audiences navigate the dream of living a simpler life, and one day leaving it all behind.
New Blood from Strathmore High School continues to fundraise after their show was invited to perform in Victoria B.C.
The Strathmore High School produced show New Blood will be playing inside and outside of Strathmore for a third year.
When I told friends that I had never, in my 37 years on this planet, seen Miracle on 34th Street they were shocked. Apparently it’s a christmas staple that I have gone without all these years.
Creating laughter while trying to raise funds for cancer is part of the Comedy for the Cure's The Boob Tour. The sixth annual Boob Tour hosted by The Magical Moms, a group of four moms from the Strathmore area that try to raise funds for cancer, is coming to Strathmore on Friday, Nov. 4.
The hamlet of Rosebud was a bustling place on the evening of October 22, as the streets were filled with groups visiting the theatre, and having a meal at the Mercantile building, as the theatre community celebrated the grand opening of their new wardrobe facility. The expansion of creative space for the wardrobe facility, will allow Rosebud Theatr