Arts Dance Theatre

Artifacts: Mile Zero Dance, Pajama Jam, Camsell Film Screening..


Mile Zero Danza Extravaganza / Sat, Oct 1 (5 pm – 9 pm) & Sun, Oct 2 (12 pm – 5 pm)

As part of Alberta Culture Days—a province-wide celebration that encourages all Albertans to experience how culture contributes to a prosperous, vibrant  society—(Sept 30 to Oct 2), Mile Zero Dance will be offering a weekend of free programming for the whole community. On October 1, catch free performances from Send in the Girls Burlesque, MAN UP!, Adrian Lachance, Sonja Myllymaki, Amber Borotsik, Shrina Patel and many more. There will also be a dance party (9 pm to midnight) on Oct 1 with music from DJ Spacey. On October 2, MZD will offer a sampler of its regular drop-in classes for free. Try out beginner ballet, contemporary, pow wow, house and Cuban salsa wheel. Visit for a detailed schedule of events. (Spazio Performativo [10816 –95 St], free)

Pajama Jam 2016 / Sat, Oct 1 (6 pm)

It’s not often that you can wear your favourite PJs outside of your home, but at this fundraising event, which raises money for CRIPSiE, you’re not only allowed to wear it but encouraged. Come in your PJs and bed head and enjoy a cereal bar, cash bar, Nina Haggerty print making crafts, silent auction, silent videos on loop, child-friendly stories, dance party and more. There will be pizza too, because a pijama party isn’t complete without pizza! (Latitude 53, $10 suggested donation)

Camsell Film Screening / Mon, Oct 3 (6 pm)

If you’re from Edmonton, you’d have heard the stories about the now defunct Charles Camsell Hospital. Now the hospital is center stage in this short documentary produced by the Edmonton Heritage Council, which explores the many stories and perspectives of the hospital. Following the film, there will be a panel discussion on reconciliation and Camsell with some of those interviewed for the film, including former hospital patients and staff. (Stanley Milner Library, free)

The Media Challenge / Wed, Oct 5 (7:30 pm)

Local media personalities—from TV, radio, print, and social media—will make you laugh as they attempt stand-up comedy for the first (or second) time. Each persona has five-minutes on stage to woo the judges for a trophy prize and bragging rights.(ATB Financial Art Barns, $21)

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