Break-A-Leg Theatre Arts Society
"Happiness can be found even in the darkest of times if one only remembers to turn on the light."
–  from Harry Potter -
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Upcoming Events...
Check out our upcoming events on our 25th Anniversary Event page HERE.
It's a given that we are in challenging times!  

The arts are important to Albertans because the arts act as a bridge that bring divided people together.  We believe that this year, more than any other, we need that.  Its been a difficult and challenging time for many people due to the corona virus pandemic - with lots of political strife, lots of disagreements, and lots of fighting.  The arts have unique way of bringing about a sense of community and connecting people in a way that would otherwise not see themselves as neighbours.

Our organization would not be where it is today without the support from our loyal fans, followers and over two hundred volunteer actors and alumni throughout the past quarter century. Because of this support, we continue to give back to the community that gave to us. 

What can you do to support Break-A-Leg Theatre moving forward?

There are many ways you can help us:

  • Purchase a 25th Anniversary membership ($25 for the season) for our upcoming season, even though we're in a holding pattern right now and it may require some adjustments, our season will be happening. Anyone purchasing a 25th Anniversary membership will also receive a 25th Anniversary Passport that is eligible to win some great prize giveaways throughout the year.  Click HERE to purchase your membership today!
  • Businesses can participate in our member benefits - business program.  Click HERE
  • Reach out to your elected officials and let them know how important live arts, made in your community, are to you as a voter.
  • Enjoy our online experiences.  Like us on Facebook and keep up-to-date on programming, fundraisers, events and classes we will be doing while we wait to come together for our regular programming.
  • Be a Break-A-Leg Theatre ambassador! Encourage others to invest in theatre by purchasing a membership, making a donation, becoming a board member, volunteering at our shows or by purchasing show tickets when they become available!
Break-A-Leg Theatre  and the COVID pandemic
Emerson Gibbons
The Toymaker
Jewell Pederson
Sunny, a doll
Leah Cournoyer
Collette, a Clown doll
Taya Kapatch
Tina, a Fashion doll
Sierra Kvill
Customer #1 / Customer #2
Conrad Mack
Santa
Hayden Amundrud
Soldier Captain
Reid Amundrud
Soldier #1
Grayson Wintermute
Soldier #2
The hardhearted toymaker refuses to sell any of the dolls he makes, but his magic made them almost like real children and they want to escape the workshop and have fun with other children. The toys are wonderfully varied. There's prim Tina, the fashion-plate doll; a tomboy clown who is so afraid of the toymaker that she agrees with everything he says; and the rag doll Sunny whose legs were badly stuffed so she's always on the verge of falling down and has to be helped up by the gallant wooden soldier. Now the toys are in revolt against the toymaker, and when they find a jar of hearts, they pin one on him. Zowie—the heart does its stuff!
The cast consists of:
CANCELLED due to ENHANCED COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS
On November 24, 2020, the Provincial Government announced COVID-19 mandatory restrictions for all regions of the Province stating that performance events with an audience occurring between November 27 and December 15, 2020 are not permitted. Due to the uncertainty of how long these restrictions could last, Break-A-Leg Theatre Arts Society is forced to make the hard decision to cancel it's sold out Jr. Drama production run of The Toys Take Over Christmas scheduled for December 3-5, 2020 at the Performing Arts Theatre of Hinton (which has now closed until further notice). Your health and safety is our top priority and the Break-A-Leg Theatre Board feel this is in the best interest of our loyal patrons, our crews, volunteers, and young artists. Regrettably, this is the one instance where the show "can't" go on!