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"One-man play tackles bullying, violence"
Jessica Ryan, Camrose Canadian
May 7, 2015

With nothing more than a couple of bus seats, a projected background and and a few sound effects, actor Colin Dingwall and the crew of Edmonton’s Concrete Theatre transfixed the upper grade audience at Our Lady of Mount Pleasant for a full hour...
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"OT professor investigates effectiveness of sex ed
play for teens"
Holly Gray, University of Alberta Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine website, July 27, 2010

When it comes to sex and healthy choices, not everyone wants to talk about it, especially to grade nine teens. But Are We There Yet? (AWTY) is out to do just that...
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"A Concrete Foundation"
U of A Alumni News: e-trail, January 11, 2009
Twenty years ago, a bunch of U of A drama kids got together with a bunch of former street kids, and in that rare alchemy of artistic innocence and worldly experience a new Edmonton theatre company was born, the Concrete Theatre...
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"ThisAbility #22 Are We There Yet?"
Aaron Broverman, This Magazine, April 1, 2009
Edmonton's Concrete Theatre has been touring this award-winning play for grade 9 students to schools across the country for 12 years. Many of the students who've seen the show over its history, have come back to tell the company how the play helped them navigate sexual pitfalls later in life, or prevented an early pregnancy....
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