Wednesday, 26 February 2014

Browsing The Bulletin Board

Coming Up from Theatre Ontario
The Maggie Bassett Award
Upcoming on The Bulletin Board
  • Toronto Fringe’s next Tent Talk in the Lab is today at 12:30pm: “Building a Sustainable Career in Theatre” with Brenley Charkow, Jack Grinhaus, and Mitchell Marcus
  • Application deadline for the Toronto Fringe Festival’s Visual Fringe—including Shed Shows and Tent Shows (formerly known as AlleyPlays) is today
  • Fanshawe College is offering a discount for Theatre Ontario members for their Acting Intensive, running May 5 to June 22 in London; application deadline is February 28
  • Deadline for Ontario Trillium Foundation grants is March 1
  • Deadline for Canada Council grants (Artists and Community Collaboration in Theatre, Theatre Production Project Grants for Emerging Artists, Theatre Production Project Grants for Established Artists) is March 1
  • Shakespeare In The Ruff (Toronto) has a Shakespearean Character Arc Monologue workshop with Diane D’Aquila starting March 1
  • Deadline for Ontario Arts Council grants (Artists in the Community/Workplace, Arts Education Projects, Compass) is March 3
  • Aluna Theatre panamerican ROUTES | RUTAS panamericanas workshop: “Stand Up Comedy” with Martha Chaves starts March 3
  • Application deadline for Buddies In Bad Times’ PrideCab for queer youth interested in collaborative creation is March 7
New on The Bulletin Board
  • The Humber College Puppetry Intensive is a hands-on, 12-day training program in the art of puppet theatre.  Taught by some of the best professional puppet artists in North America, this unique program offers students the opportunity to work with four professional artists from three distinct companies: Foreign Landscapes Productions, CLUNK Puppet Lab, and Puppetmongers.  The Intensive runs from June 2 to 14, with early-bird registration deadline of April 1.
  • Buddies in Bad Times Theatre has announced the creation of the Buddies Queer Emerging Artist Award.  This annual award will recognize and encourage the achievements of queer artists who are founding careers in the theatre while engaging with the community.  The nomination deadline is April 30.
Check out these items, and other postings from our members of funding opportunities, workshops, calls for submission, awards, and more—on Theatre Ontario’s Bulletin Board on our website

Theatre Ontario individual members can also access auditions, job postings, and volunteer opportunities on our Theatre Ontario Individual Member Resources on our website

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