Wednesday, 19 March 2014

Browsing The Bulletin Board

Coming Up from Theatre Ontario
Grant Writing Information Session with Pat Bradley
Coming to Ottawa on April 14
  • Learn how to create the life that you deserve: Join us at our “Overcoming the ‘Starving Artist’ Syndrome” workshop with Lisa Phillips on March 30 in Toronto
  • Our next Community Theatre Discussion Forums are in North Bay on April 12 and Peterborough on April 26
  • Our next Grant Writing Information Session with Pat Bradley of the Ontario Arts Council will be in Ottawa on April 14
  • Self-Producing: The Basics: Thinking of producing a show or starting a theatre company?  Join us for this workshop with Mairin Smit on April 16 in Toronto
  • Theatre Ontario Festival 2014 in Sarnia runs from May 14 to 18.  Our first two productions are from Chatham (Theatre Kent presenting Doubt: A Parable by John Patrick Shanley, representing the Western Ontario Drama League) and North Bay (Gateway Theatre Guild presenting Glengarry Glen Ross by David Mamet, representing QUONTA)
  • Experience a week away from all distractions and immerse yourself in a unique theatrical learning experience for performers and directors at our Summer Theatre Intensive, August 10 to 16 in Waterloo.
Check out all of our upcoming courses and workshops, including Getting Started for Actors

Upcoming on The Bulletin Board
  • Cahoots Theatre is running a workshop on "Playwriting Actively" with Marjorie Chan on March 22.  Participants will jump in with warm-ups, physical improvisation and group writing designed to spark the writing process. Learn the difference between writing for a dramatic form instead of for print.  Workshops includes a ticket to the matinee performance of The Wanderers.
New on The Bulletin Board
  • KW Little Theatre is offering a free series of workshops on all-things-theatre, including directing, stage managing, acting, lighting, set and prop design, producing and all other details. The goal is to give people who are interested in theatre (but don't have too much experience) a chance to try out a bit of everything. The workshops will stretch across April through June, culminating in a set of productions put on by workshop participants where everyone gets to perform every role (round-robin style.)  Application deadline is March 31.
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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