Registration is still open for these upcoming Theatre Ontario workshops:
- Social Media Connecting with an Audience Online tomorrow in Blyth – This is your opportunity to learn the whys and hows of a successful web presence, and how to market yourself and your organization effectively. The morning session presented by Paul Snepsts will explore the Why and How of a Successful Web Presence, including some practical tips for getting your website started or upgraded. The afternoon session presented by Michael Wheeler, will explore Social Media and Online Engagement and how best to engage with your audience, which social media options are best for you, including the latest in live blogging and tweeting.
- Playwriting: How to Self-Edit and Critique on April 5 to 7 in Toronto – Plays are not written in the first draft. Plays come to life in rewrites. But re-write how? What if we don't know how to move our work forward? What if we don't know how to critique our own work? What if we aren't sure how to process feedback from others? This workshop offers tools and techniques for playwrights who have a play “under construction.”
- PTTP Talkback and Mixer on April 8 in Toronto – Looking to further or change your career? Develop a new skill? Mentoring through Theatre Ontario’s Professional Theatre Training Program—funded by the Ontario Arts Council, an agency of the Government of Ontario—is a valuable way of learning from experienced professionals, benefiting from one-to-one guidance, making valuable connections and expanding your network and enhancing your career opportunities. Come meet with past recipients Laura Nanni, Peter Pasyk, Tanisha Taitt, and Tim Chapman, our Professional Theatre Coordinator (and a past recipient himself.)
- Self-Start: The Basics of Producing on April 10 in Toronto – If you want to do a show but have never produced professionally before, and if you want to know what questions to ask first, this session is for you! Self-Start is a practical seminar facilitated by Tim Chapman, Professional Theatre Coordinator.
- Check out all of our upcoming courses and workshops, including accessibility, our directors intensive, our summer courses, and more.
- Driftwood Theatre proudly announces its first Creative Roots Intensive for Young Artists. This summer program will provide nurturing experiences for young artists to train in the three areas of performance particular to Driftwood’s work: classical text, a capella musical performance, and movement-based theatre. The application deadline is April 1.
- The Toronto Alliance for the Performing Arts invites nominations for the Dora Ancillary Awards (Silver Ticket Award; Barbara Hamilton Memorial Award, honouring excellence and ambassadorship for the arts; George Luscombe Award for Mentorship in Theatre; Leonard McHardy and John Harvey Award for Outstanding Leadership in Administration; and Pauline McGibbon Award for Unique Talents and Potential for Excellence); nomination deadline is April 1.