Tuesday, 31 July 2012

Browsing The Bulletin Board

Upcoming on The Bulletin Board
  • The application deadline for the York University MFA in Stage Direction in Collaboration with Canadian Stage is Wednesday, August 1  (UPDATED: The deadline has been extended to August 15, 2012.)
New on The Bulletin Board
  • Theatre Passe Muraille in Toronto has some 2013 dates available for rentals (both performance and rehearsal space)
  • Toronto’s Theatre InspiraTO is inviting submissions for its ten-minute play Playwriting Contest; submission deadline is December 17
  • Playwrights wishing to explore writing ten-minute plays may also consider applying for Theatre InspiraTO’s Playwrights Mentoring Project, in partnership with Pat The Dog Playwright Centre; deadline is also December 17
Check out all the latest postings of workshops, calls for submission, opportunities for recognition on Theatre Ontario’s Bulletin Board (including information on how to submit) on our website

Monday, 30 July 2012

ONstage Openings for the week of July 30


In Central Ontario
Jul. 30, Skin Flick at Theatre Collingwood
Jul. 30, Steel Magnolias at Highlands Summer Festival (Haliburton)
Jul. 31, Mid Life Crisis The Musical at Orillia Opera House
Aug. 2, Oliver! at Port Hope Festival Theatre

In Eastern Ontario
Jul. 31, In The Wake at Festival Players of Prince Edward County (Picton) with a preview on Jul. 30
Aug. 1, A Promise Is A Promise at Odyssey Theatre (Ottawa)
Aug. 4, Wife Begins At Forty at Upper Canada Playhouse (Morrisburg) with previews from Aug. 2

In South Central Ontario
Aug. 3, Storm Warning at Rose Theatre Brampton

In Southwestern Ontario
Aug. 1, The Melville Boys at Drayton Entertainment: Huron County Playhouse (Grand Bend) with a matinee preview
Aug. 2, A Word Or Two at Stratford Shakespeare Festival (currently in previews)
Aug. 3, The Devil We Know at Blyth Festival, with previews from Aug. 1

For all the theatre currently playing across Ontario, and information for theatres on how to submit your listings, visit Theatre Ontario’s ONstage theatre listings on our website.

Tuesday, 24 July 2012

Browsing The Bulletin Board

New on The Bulletin Board
  • There is still plenty of time to register your Culture Days activity.  If you have a free participatory or interactive arts or cultural activity to offer to the public during the Culture Days weekend of September 28-30, register it today. Register by midnight ET on Friday, August 3, 2012 to participate in the Culture Days Activity Registration Promotion and your activity could be featured in a "Culture Days Special Feature Insert" in the Globe and Mail during the lead up to the big weekend in September
  • The full list of workshops from CITT Rendezvous 2012 in London is now available.  Pre-conference workshops run August 14-15, with the Conference on August 16-18.
Check out all the latest postings of workshops, calls for submission, opportunities for recognition on Theatre Ontario’s Bulletin Board (including information on how to submit) on our website

Monday, 23 July 2012

ONstage Openings for the week of July 23

In Southwestern Ontario
Jul. 25, Johnny & June at Drayton Entertainment: Drayton Festival Theatre, with a matinee preview
Jul. 25, Hedda Gabler at Shaw Festival (Niagara-on-the-Lake) in previews
Jul. 25, A Word Or Two at Stratford Shakespeare Festival in previews
Jul. 26, 9 To 5: The Musical at Drayton Entertainment: Huron County Playhouse (Grand Bend) with previews from Jul. 25
Jul. 26, Having Hope At Home at Port Stanley Festival Theatre, with previews from Jul. 25
Jul. 26, The Inconsolable Blueness Of Jeans at Tottering Biped Theatre (Hamilton)
Jul. 29, Elektra at Stratford Shakespeare Festival in previews

In Toronto
Jul. 24, Hair at Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts

In Central Ontario
Jul. 26, Man Of La Mancha at Theatre By The Bay (Barrie)

In Eastern Ontario
Jul. 26, The Game Of Love And Chance at Odyssey Theatre (Ottawa)
Jul. 28, Little Shop Of Horrors at Thousand Islands Playhouse (Gananoque) with a preview on Jul. 27

For all the theatre currently playing across Ontario, and information for theatres on how to submit your listings, visit Theatre Ontario’s ONstage theatre listings on our website

Friday, 20 July 2012

Ontario Off Stage

Behind The Scenes at Ontario’s Theatres

Rob Kempson wrote a warm-hearted post about why the Fringe is just so damn special (with a tip of the hat to Sue Edworthy's blog where I first saw it.)

From The Wire
  • The Community Infrastructure Improvement Fund provides $150 million for the repair and improvement of “community infrastructure facilities” including cultural centres.  The application deadline is August 24, while construction must be completed by March 31, 2014.  The program is administered by the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario, but seems to be province-wide.
  • More moves!  Sorry to see the departure of our neighbours at Playwrights Canada Press to Richmond Street West
Remember, you can also receive our news every month by emailOur archives are online and the July issue of Theatre Ontario Presents... is now available.

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Tuesday, 17 July 2012

Browsing The Bulletin Board

We still have some spaces left in our free “Financial Literacy for Artists” workshop on July 26 in Toronto.  Learning some basic skills will enable you to take control of your finances and make the best possible money decisions.

Our Summer Theatre Intensive also still has spaces available in “Physical Theatre and the Text” with Jim Warren.  The course runs August 12 to 18 in Waterloo, and includes accommodation, meals and more.

New on The Bulletin Board
  • The next cycle of York University’s MFA in Stage Direction in collaboration with Canadian Stage begins September 2013, but the application deadline is August 1, 2012
  • Marcia Johnson is starting a new Playwriting workshop with a registration discount for Theatre Ontario members; the classes start on September 25 in Toronto and there is an early-bird registration discount before August 1
  • Odyssey Theatre’s annual “Explorations” focuses this year on Larval Masks; it begins August 27 in Ottawa
Check out all the latest postings of workshops, calls for submission, opportunities for recognition on Theatre Ontario’s Bulletin Board (including information on how to submit) on our website

Monday, 16 July 2012

ONstage Openings for the week of July 16

In Eastern Ontario
Jul. 18, Othello at St. Lawrence Shakespeare Festival (Prescott) with a preview on Jul. 17

In Southwestern Ontario

Jul. 17, Blue Suede Shoes: Memories Of The King at Drayton Entertainment: Huron County Playhouse (Grand Bend)
Jul. 18, Perfect Wedding at Drayton Entertainment: Huron County Playhouse (Grand Bend) with a matinee preview
Jul. 19, The Fly Fisher's Companion at Lighthouse Festival Theatre (Port Dover) with previews from Jul. 17
Jul. 19, Big Band Legends at Drayton Entertainment: St. Jacobs Country Playhouse with previews from Jul. 18
Jul. 19, One-Act Play Weekend at Kitchener-Waterloo Little Theatre
Jul. 20, The Lonely Diner: Al Capone In Euphenia Township at Blyth Festival with previews from Jul. 18

In Central Ontario
Jul. 16, The Mystery Of Irma Vep at Theatre Collingwood
Jul. 16, Arsenic & Old Lace at Highlands Summer Festival (Haliburton)
Jul. 18, Self Help at Meaford Hall
Jul. 19, Harvey at Drayton Entertainment: King's Wharf Theatre (Penetanguishene) with previews from Jul. 18
Jul. 19, Freedom 85 at Port Hope Festival Theatre
Jul. 19, Julie & Friends On Broadway at Westben Arts Festival Theatre (Campbellford)
Jul. 21, Mozart In Vienna at Westben Arts Festival Theatre (Campbellford)
Jul. 22, Sweetheart: The Mary Pickford Story at Highlands Summer Festival (Haliburton)

For all the theatre currently playing across Ontario, and information for theatres on how to submit your listings, visit Theatre Ontario’s ONstage theatre listings on our website.

Thursday, 12 July 2012

Welcome to Suite 210, how can I help you?

By Cornelia Persich, Education Coordinator

As Education Coordinator, a title that has changed many times in the past 20 years I aim to prepare and coordinate some of the theatre training for our members.  While this includes the Summer Theatre Intensive and our recent Smart Marketing workshop, there are many other areas in which I serve.

Being the first person you see when you visit Suite 210, I respond to all walk-ins. Many a time visitors drop in to visit TAPA (The Toronto Alliance for the Performing Arts, for one of their many meetings including the Dora Mavor Moore Awards), or Playwrights Guild of Canada (to pick up a Canadian script), or Arts Network for Children and Youth, (who have just organized a National Youth Arts week), all of whom share our offices.

Visitors to Theatre Ontario drop by to purchase a membership or publication, to find out how to get started in theatre, to search through our audition and job postings, to drop off a grant application or brochures for the rack, or just to speak to someone face-to-face.  Some afternoons we have a steady stream of visitors attending either the Getting Started Workshop for Actors or the Self Start: Basics of Producing workshops.

Telephone calls and emails come in from all over the province and beyond. Many a time individuals are looking to start training in the field of theatre.  They could be adults or youth and need direction when searching for classes. Thank goodness TAAS exists – The Toronto Association of Acting Studios www.torontoactingstudios.com (in which Theatre Ontario is a member).  TAAS is an association (founded in 1984) of independent studios offering a wide variety of high-quality approaches to the craft of acting and related theatrical skill. I attend their meetings on behalf of Theatre Ontario.

Many a time I receive questions about agents.  “Where do I find out about reputable agents?” and “How do you get one?”  This is where I promote the ideal tool, The Agents Book produced by AMIS.  It’s sold by us (and at TheatreBooks) and is a handbook with listings of the EIC and TAMAC agents, and includes information on photos, resumes, contacts, studios, and much more.

Today I received a telephone call from a man looking for someone or someplace to get a large prop for the stage for his dance show.  So I put on my thinking cap, and my rolodex of a mind flipped from theatre companies that might rent props to places that might sell props – to companies who build.  

Other questions that have come my way are: What is a monologue and where do I find one?  How do I get the rights to a play?  I need to do a specific accent, can you help me? I’d like to donate my theatre scripts, do you want them? We’re renovating our theatre, would you like our theatre seats? I have a dog, how can I get him into commercials? And that’s just a few!

Yes, I do receive a wide variety of requests every day, and I enjoy offering guidance to all our members – and soon-to-be members.

Monday, 9 July 2012

ONstage Openings for the week of July 9

In Central Ontario
Jul. 13, Steel Magnolias at Peterborough Theatre Guild

In Eastern Ontario
Jul. 11, For The Pleasure Of Seeing Her Again / Encore une fois si vous permettez at Festival Players of Prince Edward County (Picton) with a preview on Jul. 10
Jul. 14, Two For The Seesaw at Classic Theatre Festival (Perth) with previews from Jul. 13
Jul. 14, A Midsummer Night's Dream at St. Lawrence Shakespeare Festival (Prescott) with a preview on Jul. 13

In Northeastern Ontario
Jul. 13, The Attic, The Pearls And Three Fine Girls at Gore Bay Theatre

In South Central Ontario
Jul. 14, Forever Plaid at Rose Theatre Brampton

In Southwestern Ontario
Jul. 11, Late Flowering at Century Church Theatre (Hillsburgh)
Jul. 11, Wanderlust at Stratford Shakespeare Festival, currently in previews
Jul. 12, Hirsch at Stratford Shakespeare Festival, currently in previews
Jul. 12, The Best Brothers at Stratford Shakespeare Festival, currently in previews
Jul. 13, Having Hope At Home at Blyth Festival with previews from Jul. 11
Jul. 13, Henry V at Stratford Shakespeare Festival in previews
Jul. 15, Helen's Necklace at Shaw Festival (Niagara-on-the-Lake) in previews

In Toronto
Jul. 12, Love's A Luxury at Scarborough Theatre Guild

On Tour
Jul. 12, A Midsummer Night's Dream from Driftwood Theatre Company

For all the theatre currently playing across Ontario, and information for theatres on how to submit your listings, visit Theatre Ontario’s ONstage theatre listings on our website

Browsing The Bulletin Board

Upcoming on The Bulletin Board
  • The deadline for Acting Up Stage Company’s Syd and Shirley Banks Prize For Emerging Musical Theatre Artists is this Friday, July 13—this is a tremendous opportunity for musical theatre artists under 30
  • The deadline for the Cultural Human Resources Council’s DUX Award for an Outstanding Mentor is also Friday, July 13—perhaps some Professional Theatre Training Program grant recipients want to make some nominations?
New on The Bulletin Board
  • Two new calls from Buddies In Bad Times Theatre in Toronto: the 34th Rhubarb Festival is looking for submissions with a September 7 deadline (there are also calls for two special programs: one-on-performance, and “mobile” works); and the Young Creators Unit for queer-identified artists aged 25 and under
Check out all the latest postings of workshops, calls for submission, and opportunities for recognition on Theatre Ontario’s Bulletin Board on our website

Friday, 6 July 2012

Ontario Off Stage

Behind The Scenes at Ontario’s Theatres

Michael Wheeler has been blogging about his experience this year as an Intern Director at the Shaw Festival, as part of the Neil Munro Intern Director’s Project at the Shaw Festival (sponsored annually by Sun Life Financial and Theatre Ontario.)  In his latest post, Michael writes about his pre-show audience talks, rehearsal responsibilities, workshops, and preparations for his one-act production for Director’s Day.

Recently I saw Canadian Stage’s Shakespeare in High Park production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream.  They describe it as having “a unique Toronto twist, bringing it closer than ever to High Park today.”  The “high concept” adaptation of Shakespeare can provoke complaints, but when it works, I think the reason is clear, as explored by Kate Powers in “Action, Meet Word.”

Allie Dunbar, currently appearing in Queen Marie at 4th Line Theatre in Millbrook, reflected on her recent participation in the “Who Is Dorothy?” casting call for the upcoming Wizard Of Oz.  That moment of self-awareness in coping with rejection is so significant and vital for every young actor seeking a career in professional theatre.

Conversations

Howard Sherman kicked off Canada Day celebrations a day early on HowlRound, wondering about the export of Canadian plays onto American stages.  He provoked a good conversation there and on Twitter, with voices from both sides of the border joining in.

From The Wire
Migrations
TO Toasts
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Thursday, 5 July 2012

2012 Summer Theatre Preview

By Tim Chapman, Professional Theatre Coordinator

The 2012 summer theatre season has already begun for many summer theatres.  This year there are 24 members of the Association of Summer Theatres ‘Round Ontario (ASTRO, www.summertheatre.ca).  Norm Foster again takes the cake this year with his plays being produced at seven of ASTRO’s theatres.  Here is a quick summary of what they are all doing.

Starting in Western Ontario in Petrolia, the venerable Victoria Playhouse has new Artistic Directors David Hogan and David Rogers presenting a season of musicals, theatrical concerts, a revered Canadian play, and a Pulitzer Prize-nominated play until September 16.  Upcoming in July is Michelle Tremblay’s much loved For the Pleasure of Seeing Her Again starring Jonathan Crombie and Leah Pinsent.  In August, Michael Learned and Ralph Waite (both from the TV series The Waltons) star in Love Letters.  September brings The Songs of Sinatra starring The Sinatra Seven.

Blyth Festival, one of Canada’s leading theatres for producing Canadian plays, begins their season with Dear Johnny Deere, a new musical based on the songs and lyrics of Fred Eaglesmith, playing until July 7.  On July 11, David S. Craig’s big-hearted Having Hope at Home opens, and the following week brings Beverly Cooper’s The Lonely Diner: Al Capone in Euphemia Township.  Ending their season is the scary thriller The Devil We Know.

Drayton Entertainment, at their six venues in Grand Bend, St. Jacob’s, Drayton, and Penetanguishene have, as usual, a huge slate of great shows this summer in what Artistic Director Alex Mustakas decribes as their “biggest season yet”: Big Band Legends; Harvey; Blue Suede Shoes; Murder at Fern Resort; Perfect Wedding; Johnny and June; 9 to 5: The Musical starring Alex Mustakas; Annie; and a revival of Norm Foster’s funny classic, The Melville Boys.

On the north shore of Lake Erie, we have three thriving summer theatres.  From west to east there is Port Stanley Festival Theatre where the often-produced romantic comedy Sexy Laundry opened on July 4, followed by David S. Craig’s Having Hope at Home opening July 26.  Norm Foster’s Storm Warning is the perfect closer to their 2012 season from August 15 to September 8.  Moving further east to Port Dover at Lighthouse Festival Theatre, I was just at the opening of Norm Foster’s Self Help, a flat-out farce with some great comic acting.  This sure-fire hit runs until July 11.  A week later Fly Fisher’s Companion directed by Sue Miner starring Jerry Franken and Ian Downie opens, and in August we have Rum Runners, a new musical co-written by Lighthouse’s Artistic Director Derek Ritschel and Steve Thomas.  Rounding out the season is Peter Colley’s classic murder mystery I’ll Be Back Before Midnight.  Our last Lake Erie port is Port Colborne, home of Showboat Festival Theatre.  After Neil Simon’s They’re Playing Our Song closed on June 30, next up is Norm Foster’s Old Love.  Later in July, Artistic Director Thom Currie has conceived a new revue POP! Goes the Sixties, a musical celebration of the music of the sixties.  Their final show is the classic comedy Last of the Red Hot Lovers.

Moving up to the south shore of Lake Ontario at Niagara-on-the-Lake is the esteemed Shaw Festival.  There are many shows to look forward to at The Shaw including the Tony Award-winning musical Ragtime, the crackling, witty His Girl Friday, Shaw comedies The Millionairess and Misalliance, and the American classic Come Back, Little Sheba.  Also, of note is their production of Helen’s Necklace by award-winning Canadian playwright Carole Fr├ęchette.

Just west of Toronto in Brampton, the resplendent Rose Theatre presents their summer theatre season.  On the main stage, Robert Woodcock directs Forever Plaid and Barefoot in the Park while in Studio Two, Danny Harvey directs The Last Five Years  and Norm Foster’s Storm Warning.  Close by in Hillsburgh, Century Church Theatre has three shows this summer: the romantic comedies Late Flowering in July, Nobody’s Perfect in August, and in September, Peter Quilter’s Just the Ticket opens.

North, on the shore of Georgian Bay, Theatre Collingwood’s season of four shows (one more than last summer) starts in July with the madcap Mystery of Irma Vep followed later in the month by Norm Foster’s Skin Flick directed by Robert More in a co-production with Bluewater Summer Theatre.  In August, the world premiere of Do Not Disturb by Vern Thiessen, Governor-General Award-winning playwright, opens.  Closing their season in September is Dan Needle’s Wingfield Lost & Found starring Rod Beattie.

Moving nearby to Orillia, on Lake Simcoe, the Orillia Opera House’s summer season continues in July with Peter Colley’s whodunit Murder in Norville and Mid-Life! The Crisis Musical opening at the end of the month.  Their last show in September is Henry and Alice–Into the Wild!, Michelle Riml’s sequel to her hit show Sexy Laundry, starring Ed Sahely, Debbie Collins, and Jane Miller.  New ASTRO member Guild Festival Theatre’s second season in Scarborough starts July 12 with Clouds over T.O., a brand new music theatre creation based on The Clouds by Aristophanes.  Touring many locations from London to Kingston from July 12 to August 19, Driftwood Theatre’s Bard’s Bus Tour is presenting a musical adaptation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream at both outdoor and indoor locations

Up in Millbrook near Peterborough, 4th Line Theatre opens their season on July 3 with Queen Marie, a musical comedy based on the life of Cobourg-born Marie Dressler, the 1930s Hollywood star.  In August, Sky Gilbert’s St. Francis of Millbrook opens.  This is a play commissioned by 4th Line, a must-see coming-of-age story about growing up gay in rural Ontario.  It is recommended to book tickets early—this popular theatre regularly sells out most performances.  North of Peterborough near Bobcaygeon, Globus Theatre has two shows this July: The Rocky Road to Dublin, a musical comedy by Randy Vancourt and The Secret Lives of Henry and Alice.  August brings two more shows including Norm Foster’s romantic comedy Looking running until September 1 to end the season.  Further north in Haliburton, Highlands Summer Festival opens the first week in July with Colours in the Storm by Jim Betts about the painter, Tom Thomson.  Their season runs until August 9 with three more shows: Arsenic and Old Lace, Steel Magnolias, and Sweetheart, The Mary Pickford Story.

Port Hope Festival Theatre has Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap until July 14, Freedom 85 from July 18 to 28, and Oliver!, the Broadway musical based on the Dickens novel from August 2 to 26.  At Westben Arts Festival just outside of Campbellford, upcoming until August 5 are many concerts including Quartetto Gelato, Oliver Jones Trio, Nathaniel Dett Chorale, Mozart in Vienna, Brian Finley and Joel Quarrington.
Festival Players of Prince Edward County opens its season on July 10 with Michel Tremblay’s charming For the Pleasure of Seeing Her Again performed in both English and French.  From July 30 to August 3 Calgary’s Downstage Theatre tours with In the Wake and Harvest, a funny, fast-paced award-winning romp, runs from August 8 to 25.  IANA Theatre Company is opening Godspell on July 5 for ten days at the Marble Church Arts Centre near Tweed.  Then in August and September their original show Aleck Bell tours to Brockville, Stirling, Brantford, and Toronto.

The Thousand Islands Playhouse’s 2012 season is the final season of founding and long-term Artistic Director Greg Wanless.  Incoming Artistic Director Ashlie Corcoran joins the company in the summer to plan the 2013 season.  Greg’s final season has Kingston playwright Douglas Bowie’s Somewhere Beyond the Sea until July 21 in their larger Springer Theatre, followed by Little Shop of Horrors in August, and Theatre Newfoundland Labrador’s production of Tempting Providence in October.  In the Firehall Theatre until July 28, in association with Festival Players of Prince Edward County, is John Gray’s musical Amelia the Girl Who Wants to Fly, and in August, the Canadian play The Clockmaker.

Classic Theatre Festival in Perth continues to present Broadway hits from the 1950s and 1960s in its third season.  This year it is the quirky love story Two for the Seesaw in July and one of the longest running plays in Broadway history, Mary, Mary in August.  St. Lawrence Shakespeare Festival in Prescott runs their 10th anniversary season from July 14 to August 18 playing A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Othello in repertory at their lovely ampitheatre facing the St. Lawrence River.  In Morrisburg, Upper Canada Playhouse, now in its 29th season, offers a mix of comedy running until September 10  including Hotbed Hotel, Norm Foster’s Here on the Flight Path, Wife Begins at Forty, and the dysfunctional family comedy A Nice Family Gathering.

There you have it—a plethora of summer entertainment across the province.  Wherever you are and wherever you are going in Southern Ontario, you will find live theatre nearby this summer.

Tuesday, 3 July 2012

ONstage Openings for the week of July 3

In Toronto
Jul. 4, The Toronto Fringe Festival
Jul. 5, Charlie's Having A Baby! at Promise Productions (Toronto Fringe Festival)

In Central Ontario
Jul. 3, Murder In Noirville at Orillia Opera House
Jul. 5, Queen Marie at 4th Line Theatre (Millbrook) with previews from Jul. 3
Jul. 8, Within Reach at Highlands Summer Festival (Haliburton)

In Eastern Ontario
Jul. 5, Godspell at IANA Theatre Company (Tweed)
Jul. 7, Here On The Flight Path at Upper Canada Playhouse (Morrisburg) with previews from Jul. 5

In South Central Ontario
Jul. 5, Why Do Fools Fall In Love? at Stage West Theatre (Mississauga)
Jul. 7, 3P2B1F at Peel Panto Players (Brampton)

In Southwestern Ontario
Jul. 5, Sexy Laundry at Port Stanley Festival Theatre with previews from Jul. 4
Jul. 5, The Millionairess at Shaw Festival (Niagara-on-the-Lake) currently in previews
Jul. 6, Come Back, Little Sheba at Shaw Festival (Niagara-on-the-Lake) currently in previews
Jul. 7, Trouble In Tahiti at The Shaw Festival (Niagara-on-the-Lake) currently in previews
Jul. 7, His Girl Friday at Shaw Festival (Niagara-on-the-Lake) currently in previews

For all the theatre currently playing across Ontario, and information for theatres on how to submit your listings, visit Theatre Ontario’s ONstage theatre listings on our website.

Browsing The Bulletin Board

Theatre Ontario will be part of The Business of Being An Artist services fair at the Toronto Fringe Festival on Saturday, July 7th at 6pm.  We’re looking forward to seeing and meeting with you at the event.  Also on hand will be our colleagues from STAF, TAPA, Playwright’s Guild of Canada, Canadian Actors’ Equity Association, Heather Young & Associates, Actors’ Fund of Canada, Prologue to the Performing Arts, Star Company, and Art Books.

New on The Bulletin Board
  • Janet Sellery will be leading a workshop on Risk Management for Theatre Professionals on August 15 as part of the CITT Conference in London; as one of the people who helped write the Ontario Ministry of Labour Guidelines on Health and Safety in Live Performance, you know she’ll bring a wealth of knowledge to help you understand this important topic
Check out all the latest postings of workshops, calls for submission, opportunities for recognition on Theatre Ontario’s Bulletin Board (including information on how to submit) on our website