Upcoming opportunities from Theatre Ontario, from our members, and from other arts service organizations.
Coming Up from Theatre Ontario
- Theatre Ontario Festival 2018 opens on May 16, featuring performances, adjudications, workshops, and celebrations of community theatre. Tickets are still available.
- Join us at our Theatre Ontario Annual General Meeting on May 19 in London.
- Answers to your FAQs about the business of acting. Join us at our “Launching Your Career” workshop with Rachel Kennedy and guest TBA on May 23 in Toronto.
Theatre Ontario's "Launching Your Career" workshop
- De-mystify dramaturgy and do it yourself. Join us at our “Approaches to Dramaturgy” workshop with Matt McGeachy on May 29 in Toronto.
- What is marketing? Join us at our “Marketing on a Dime: Promote Your Performance to Your Audience” workshop with Izad Etemadi on May 30 in Toronto.
- We invite youth across the province to apply for our Summer Theatre Intensive Youth Scholarship, aimed at sending one youth artist to train at one of our Summer Courses in Stratford free of charge. The application deadline is June 1.
- Preparing an OAC application? Get the inside scoop at our free “Grant Writing Information Session” pre-recorded webinar with Pat Bradley of the Ontario Arts Council on June 5.
- Take your training to new heights at our Summer Theatre Intensive courses for performers, directors, teachers, and creators, running August 5 to 10, and August 12 to 17 in Stratford. Register by June 22.
Upcoming on The Bulletin Board
- Deadline for director proposals for the 19/20 season at Scarborough Theatre Guild is May 15.
- Deadline to apply for Ontario Arts Council’s Indigenous Culture Fund (ICF) Project Grants for Individuals, Groups and Collectives and for Organizations is May 16.
- Deadline to apply for Ontario Trillium Foundation’s Grow Grants is May 16.
- Deadline for script submissions to Aspiring Canadian Writers’ “Musical Theatre Play, Act One Critique” is May 18.
New on The Bulletin Board
- Driftwood Theatre is providing a “ShakespeareFusion” workshop with Jeremy Smith and Ahmed Moneka—a multilingual exploration of Shakespeare in performance. The course runs June 11 to 15, with registrations due by May 25, and with a discount for Theatre Ontario members.
- Nightwood Theatre invites submissions from women playwrights who are emerging in their careers for the 2018/19 Write from the Hip Program.
Check out these items, and other postings from our members.
Theatre Ontario individual members can also access Auditions, Job Postings and Discount Ticket Offers on our Theatre Ontario Individual Member Resources on our website