Creativity belongs to the artist in each of us. To create means to relate. The root meaning of the word ‘art’ is “to fit together” and we all do this every day…Each time we fit things together we are creating — whether it is to make a loaf of bread, a child, a day. — Corita Kent & Jan Steward, Learning by Heart

Welcome to Pink Gazelle Productions!

We create authentic works that inspire people to effect positive change in themselves and the world around them.

Who We Are

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Founder & CEO, Maryanne Pope

Maryanne Pope – author, playwright, screenwriter, blogger, public speaker, workplace safety advocate, environmental educator and professional Auntie – started Pink Gazelle Productions in 2002, two years after the on-duty death of her police officer husband, Cst John Petropoulos of the Calgary Police Service. For further details on PGP’s history, company name, team-members, projects & beliefs, please click here.

How can we help YOU?

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In a word…inspiration!


Our goal is to inspire people to reach their highest potential – because inspired people are positive, proactive people. Through blogs, e-mail campaigns, books, plays and films, we create and share meaningful stories that encourage and empower individuals to live with passion and purpose…and the patience to go through the process :)

Project Update



Pink Gazelle Productions Inc is aiming to stage the Saviour play, written by Maryanne Pope, in Calgary, Alberta for 3 special fundraising performances in support of the John Petropoulos Memorial Fund. More info here.

Stay tuned for details!

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Being a parent is an enormous responsibility – and not for everyone. As we explored in our documentary, Whatever Floats Your Boat…Perspectives on Motherhood, the decision ‘to be or not to be…a mom’ is just that: a decision not a given.

Here’s an excellent website devoted to the topic of being child-free:

Nonparents.com - for people without children by circumstance or choice 

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    “Just finished reading A Widow's Awakening. Between the tears and smiles, I am overwhelmed. My last year has been an exercise in my own grief - the deaths of my marriage and my mother within hours. There is a certain kind of hurt that cannot be explained, only felt on the cellular. Your story was as close to capturing that hollow ache as anything I've read.” - Elizabeth, AB
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