As Canadians one of the things we are most proud of is our character and our perseverance.
The best in music was on display from Canada and Hong Kong last Thursday at the Bailey Theatre.
Punch Drunk Cabaret experienced the high of winning an Edmonton Music Award and the low of saying goodbye to an original band member this past week.
Canadian and Hong Kong cultures will collide at the Bailey Theatre next week.
Bailey Buckaroos organizer Curtis Bessette has music running through his veins, thanks to his father, Marcel.
More than 200 international music educators are set to descend on Camrose this summer.
From the wee stages of conceptualization to curtain call closing night, the Churchmice Players carry enjoyment to the forefront of community theatre.
Art in the Park made its return to Mirror Lake this past weekend after two decades on the sidelines.
Mission Potluck, a play about a group of 1920s Lutheran women, is stopping at the Bailey Theatre in Camrose.
The Creative Arts Program is back for another year at the Chuck MacLean Art Gallery and they have a packed schedule with some different every day for the kids.
The Jeanne and Peter Lougheed Performing Arts Centre is quickly forging a reputation as a stage that can host superstars and launch the next generation.
Those who want to get a sneak peek on the upcoming season at the Jeanne and Peter Lougheed Performing Arts Centre should head their tonight.
Sten Kallman’s “Wangol” resonated with beautiful bitter sweetness as the École Camrose Composite High School’s CHORAZZ! chamber choir sang the concluding harmonies of Tom Spila’s 43-year music career.
Teaching has never been, and never will be predictable. In fact, as an educator I try to take as much of the unpredictability out of my job as possible through extensive planning. Such is the way I started the semester with my drama class at Our Lady of Mount Pleasant. That is until I took my class to see About Time Productions’ Grease. It was amaz
After 500,000 kilometres of travel, Camrose Academy of Dance artistic director Lisa Rootsaert has no intention of slowing down.
Ballet Camrose is set to send off another successful season with two final recitals: Dance Extravaganza and Sleeping Beauty.
For the last 22 years the Camrose Arts Society has provided a leisurely tour of downtown Camrose while giving local artists a platform to show their work.
Chatter around the dinner table amongst a group of young fiddlers has sparked a revival of one of Canada’s oldest traditions with the launch of the Prairie West Fiddle Contest.
The Camrose Centennial Museum is hosting a pair of workshops to help Camrosians get into character for Canada150.