Friday, 15 April 2011

7 Days In Ontario Theatre

  • Franchising McTheatre: Working from an argument about how the fast food industry has altered consumer behaviour (applied to religion), the blogger applies the same argument to how theatres adapt and whether that alters the art form itself?  Fast food theatre is a fascinating idea.  “Theatre is a demanding and serious art.  When it is delivered as easy and amusing, it is another kind of art altogether.”
  • Playwright Gwydion Suilebhan questions the anti-specialist notion inherent in replacing the titles of playwrights, directors, actors, designers, managers, producers with “theatre makers.”  (Emphasis mine...and, well, his)

From The Wire

What’s New On The Bulletin Board
  • Today is deadline day for the SummerWorks Leadership Intensive Program and Business For The Arts Awards
  • Jumblies Theatre is holding a Music Creation and Community Arts workshop on April 16
  • Artists Health Centre Foundation has an Alexander Technique workshop on April 18 and an Enhancing Quality Of Performance (vocal master class) on April 28
  • Playwrights Guild of Canada holds their Getting Down To Business workshop on June 3
Check out all the latest postings of workshops, classified ads, recognition opportunities and more from Theatre Ontario’s Bulletin Board

Remember, if you can’t always follow us on our blog, we also have a monthly enewsletter with all of our news, discussions, and more.  The April issue is now available in the archives.

Assembled  by Brandon Moore, Communications Coordinator

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