A little help that goes a long way
You can support Quest in many different ways!
We are looking for 100 individuals to donate $100 towards an essential item at Quest Theatre:
A NEW VAN
Please consider giving generously to help us with our purchase of a safe, reliable vehicle so that Quest Theatre can continue our exceptional access to young people across Alberta and beyond! Our goal is to raise $10,000 towards a new touring van.
Register for our Programs!
Sign up for a Drama Camp or Class!
Come to our Shows!
Come enjoy an intelligent, whimsical performance that encourages children to explore who they are, discover whats important and build the kind of world they want to live.
Volunteers are so important here at Quest. That is why we are expanding our Volunteer program and seeking out new and wonderful people to join us. We need people to help us with community events, fancy events, usher our performances, set-up and tear down, and many other opportunities to suit all types and ages of volunteers. Come and be part of our efforts to bring exceptional theatrical adventure to young people! We would love to hear from you to help with a specific event or to be added to our list of volunteers.
Please click the "Volunteer Intake" button to complete our simple sign up.
If you have any questions please email email@example.com
Current Volunteer Positions Available:
Farmers & Makers Market
Saturday, September 21st, 9:30-3:30
Find our boat sailing among vendors outside at the Farmers and Makers Market at cSPACE on Saturday, Sept 21 from 10-3. Fight off all the friendly beasts, earn a key, and find the location of the buried treasure! We are seeking an adult volunteer to act as a Quest Ambassador and speak about Quest Programs, while Junior volunteers participate in the Treasure Check Adventure!
Alberta Culture Days
Friday, September 27 & Saturday, September 28 10:00am-8:00pm
We are seeking volunteers to help with Alberta Culture Days. This three-day event is held across the nation and is Alberta’s largest celebration of arts, heritage, diversity and community spirit. We will be participating in our cSPACE rehearsal hall on Friday, Sept 27 and Saturday, Sept 28 from 10:00-8:00pm. Our adult volunteers will lead a creative activity or act as a Quest Ambassador to welcome people into the space and talk about Quest. We plan to have multiple shifts to fit the needs of the volunteers.
February 14 & 15, 2020
As many people know, much of the funding for non-profit organizations come from AGLC volunteer casinos. Every 18-24 months Quest is able to volunteer and earn some serious fundraising dollars for our operating budget. These casinos are incredibly important to Quest and we are hoping to gather support far in advance.
Flibbertigibbet’s Story Exhibit Front of House
An extravaganza of songs, stories, and games with a light and shadow finale makes this exhibit perfect for little people aged 3-7 and their caregivers. This interactive delight is back again to tour to the four quadrants of the city. There will be multiple showtimes and locations so we will need a crew of volunteers. Spread across the city at Brookfield Residential YMCA at Seton (SE) in the SE Oct 4 & 6, Evergreen Community Spaces (NE) Oct 5, cSPACE King Edward (SW) Oct 9 &12, Shane Homes YMCA at Rocky Ridge (NW) Oct 10 & 11. We are looking for Usher and Ticket Takers volunteers.
Some Awesome Stats With Your Help
1.4 Million Audiences to Date
Performances in the 2018/19 Season
of programing provided by corporate sponsors and donors
Summer Camp Registrants (Kids) in the 2018/19 Season
Our Amazing Supporters
Quest Theatre is a registered charity under the Societies Act of Alberta. We gratefully acknowledge our municipal, provincial and federal funders for their support of our work.
Our Corporate Partners are instrumental in reaching rural communities and youth at risk.
We gratefully acknowledge and thank the following individual donors for their support:
Susan and Brian Loach, LeeAnne Alexander, Kari Griffith, Carmen and Bruce Alger, Karen Ball, ATB Cares, Dave and Wendy Griffiths, Marcy Rogers, Peita Luti, Andrew Stevenson, Canadian Academy of Mask and Puppetry, Trish Matheson, River Rosvold Long, Yolande C. Schnieder, Ailsa and Chris Birnton, Stacy Fysh, Shel and Zoe, Nick Kirton, Kathleen and Martin Lundmark, Liz McGregor, Tom McCabe, Christian Argyll, Trudie Lee, Monique Barrie, A. Ronald and Barbara J. Law, Monique Beaumont, Capital Power’s Empowering Communities Program, Cathy Freer-Leszczynski, Alice Nelson, Bill and Brenda Demcoe, Nikki Loach, Charlie Loach, Pam and Duval Lang, Deborah Collins, Nova Lea Thorne, Theatre Alberta, Harry and Martha Cohen Foundation, Carol Savery, Shannon Stannard, Isabelle Hergott, Jackie Engstrom, Tanya Anand and Anonymous.