In 2020 our donors and patrons made it clear that Rosebud was meant to Live, and we couldn’t be more grateful! As we navigate the continued COVID challenges of 2021, we feel confidant and thankful to have your support again as we announce Rosebud Alive! We kicked this fundraiser off with a celebration of RSA student work from this last term on April 14th. Please enjoy the recording of this live-stream below to hear some great music from our student choir, and more!
Some key donors have stepped forward with $15,000 in matching funds for this event. That means that every dollar donated will be doubled, hopefully raising a combined total of $30,000 to support RSA!
While we’re not able to offer Rosebud Theatre’s usual line up of exciting live programming due the COVID pandemic, Rosebud School of the Arts continues to train up-and-coming theatre artists operating within an Alberta Health Services sanctioned performing arts cohort.
Another way to help is to keep sharing the "Rosebud, Alberta documentary. This beautiful short film is a glimpse into the artistic community who make Rosebud home.
In 2018 Canadian film makers, Eric Pauls and Michael Janke, visited Rosebud and were inspired to create a documentary about our little hamlet, nestled in a valley below the Alberta prairies. The short film has won awards at festivals across Canada, including an Official Selection at the Edmonton International Film Festival where it premiered. But the film’s festival run has been cut short due to COVID-19 and now the filmmakers have turned their sights to helping save the town and theatre that inspired the film.
“We were inspired to make the film after witnessing the magical way Rosebud finds a way to operate and the impact on the community around them,” says director Eric Pauls . ”Now that their livelihood is in jeopardy we felt we should support them the way they have supported us.”
On May 28, “Rosebud, Alberta” premiered here at rosebudtheatre.com/support-us.Take a moment to watch and share our story with family and friends. Please consider donating, as we work to keep the arts alive in Rosebud. Thanks to the generosity of two benefactors, all gifts will be matched dollar-for-dollar up to $50,000! We look forward to seeing you back in Rosebud one day!
Rosebud is a resilient artistic ecosystem that shouldn’t be, and will continue to be against all the odds!” - Morris Ertman, Artistic Director of Rosebud Theatre.
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