- #CdnCult Times from SpiderWebShow explored the idea of “More Canada”: Toronto playwright and actor Andrea Scott reflects on the how African-Canadian voices and stories have emerged within Canadian theatre; Vancouver director Milton Lim calls on us to make room for a diversity of form, as well as experience; and Jillian Keiley, Artistic Director of English Theatre at Canada’s National Arts Centre responds to the recent allegation that Canada doesn’t have a national theatre.
- So you think you’re not a lobbyist? Do you have paid staff? Do you contact the Ontario Government, MPPs, and/or provincial agencies, boards and commissions on a regular basis? You need to know about changes taking place to the Lobbyists Registration Act. (PDF from the Ontario Nonprofit Network.)
Behind the Scenes at Ontario’s Theatres
|Driftwood Theatre's The Taming of the Shrew|
Siobhan Richardson, Geoffrey Armour
Photo by Dahlia Katz
- Driftwood Theatre is touring The Taming of the Shrew this summer for their Bard’s Bus Tour—and in their video series, they posed a question to their cast: Why is The Taming of the Shrew important to perform in 2016?
- Mike Sheppard, of Blue Canoe Productions in Kingston, is one of the province’s five youth arts ambassadors for Ontario Culture Days.
In Case You Missed It
- Stories from the Professional Theatre Training Program, featuring Deanna Choi (training in sound design), Krista Colosimo (training in artistic direction), Stephanie Jung (training in artistic producing), Deborah Lim (training in production management), and Michelle Suzanne (training in choral conducting and music direction.)