News broke in August that the Sears Festivals lost their main source of funding, thus putting an end to festivals that are part of Canadian theatre’s DNA.
Posts Categorized: Announcement
TORONTO, ON (Tuesday September 26, 2017) – Now entering their sixth season, Toronto based, indie non-profit, Bygone Theatre announces their season lineup, which includes a classic 1965 British farce, a unique night of vintage Vaudeville, and the World Premiere of a new Canadian play.
A celebration for finalists takes place Monday, October 16 at Hart House, University of Toronto
Common Boots Theatre presents, “Serious Comedy: an interactive documentary” that you, the viewer, gets to decide how you experience.
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Planning a public concert and looking for some extra funding? Check out the Music Performance Trust Fund.
Toronto, September 15, 2017 – Applications are now available for all three funding programs under the Indigenous Culture Fund (ICF).
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Toronto, September 8, 2017 – Enthusiastic applause broke out at last week’s surprise announcement by Premier Kathleen Wynne and Eleanor McMahon, Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sport that the Ontario Arts Council (OAC) will receive a funding increase to its current base of $60 million bringing it to $80 milllion over four years by 2020-21. The $50 million increase will roll out… Read more »
Now announcing Pencil Kit Productions’ 2017-2018 season featuring three premiers by Canadian artists.