|From Studio 180 Theatre: (L to R) Kimwun Perehinec, Mayko Nguyen,|
Joel Greenberg, Daniel Krolik, Jonathan Wilson, Byron Abalos,
Jessica Greenberg and Maria Ricossa read from the
latest draft of Love, Dishonor, Marry, Die, Cherish, Perish.
- HowlRound has weekly Howls on Twitter to discuss issues in the theatre sector. February 12th was a fun one for me to participate in: How can theatre service organizations best serve theatre?
- How Mark McGrinder found inspiration for adapting Love, Dishonor, Marry, Die, Cherish, Perish at Studio 180 Theatre in the roller coasters at Canada’s Wonderland
- The latest issue of the Canadian Theatre Review from the University of Toronto Press focuses on Performance and Human Rights in the Americas. (Don’t forget: Theatre Ontario individual members can subscribe to CTR at a discount)
- Not-for-profit theatre is fundamentally about social good. But with for-profit businesses promoting their “social good” as part of their brand, how do not-for-profit theatres keep that in the mind of their supporters?
- Kate Taylor notes in the Globe and Mail that the winner’s circle for an arts award is not the place to debate the merits of different works of art
- Sharon Sproule, a past Theatre Ontario Board member and recipient of our Michael Spence Award for Contribution to Community Theatre, is a passionate advocate for northern Ontario arts—as you can find out in this charming profile from the Sudbury Star
- From In The Greenroom, Brittany Kay, from our Youth Advisory Committee, profiled Sara Farb the creator of R-E-B-E-C-C-A which is wrapping up its run this week at Theatre Passe Muraille
- The 2015 Banff Playwrights Colony is an impressive group
- Thom Currie, from our Talent Bank, is the new Artistic Director of Stephenville Theatre Festival in Newfoundland & Labrador
- Profiling projects supported by Theatre Ontario’s Professional Theatre Training Program, featuring Sarah Kitz, Emma Mackenzie Hillier, and Peter Pasyk