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Punctuate! Theatre

Dénomination enregistrée : PUNCTUATE! THEATRE SOCIETY

Numéro d'entreprise : 836199976RR0001

We are a not-for-profit theatre company and registered charity in Edmonton, AB. We have been producing independent theatre since 2010.

Punctuate! Theatre

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Punctuate! Theatre is an Indigenous-led Dora and Sterling award-winning professional theatre company based in Edmonton, Alberta. Your donation will help Punctuate! Theatre create accessible, relevant, and subversive theatre that entertains and provokes thought amongst diverse audiences. We endeavour to provide professional opportunities for Edmonton artists that give them local, provincial and national exposure.

Working with producer-playwrights, we not only work with creators to develop their plays, but also to develop funding and production plans. With a focus on working with Indigenous artists and bringing our work to both urban and non-urban Indigenous communities, Punctuate! has built a unique touring network that allows our company to bring work, both small and larger scale, to communities that fall outside typical touring networks.

We are dedicated to working with playwrights to establish themselves nationally, as we believe that this is essential for their long term health as artists, both financially and creatively.

Punctuate! Theatre is a not-for-profit theatre company and registered charity in Edmonton, AB.

First Métis Man of Odesa by Matthew MacKenzie and Mariya Khomutova


Matt and Masha’s love spans continents, but distance can’t tame their passionate connection. After meeting on a theatre research trip in Kyiv, a Canadian Playwright and a Ukrainian artist spark up a romance that takes them from the beaches of the Black Sea to the riverbanks of the North Saskatchewan River, through the onset of a global pandemic and the eruption of a brutal war, plus many moments of joy through it all including marriage and the birth of their son.

A World Premiere from the creator of the critically acclaimed play, Bears. Based on actual events, this captivating real-life love story is set against the backdrop of the COVID pandemic and the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Award-winning playwright Matthew MacKenzie joins forces with his wife, award-winning Ukrainian actor Mariya Khomutova, to tell the story of their COVID courtship and share an intimate perspective on the personal impacts of the war in Ukraine.


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