Equity in Theatre (EIT) is pleased to announce our 2016 Canada-wide Play Reading Series in celebration of women playwrights.
Toronto! Join us on Monday, January 18th at 7:00 pm for the Toronto edition of the EIT Reading Series.
The venue is No One Writes To The Colonel at 460 College Street (half a block west of Bathurst).
Hosted by playwright Alicia Payne , the Toronto event features readings by Donna-Michelle St. Bernard and Lois Fine .
There are 7 readings in the series, taking place in Toronto, Montreal, Edmonton, Vancouver, Halifax/St. John's, and Winnipeg.
For more info on the readings, visit the EIT website (http://www.eit.playwrightsguild.ca/).
January 17th: EIT Reading in Winnipeg http://eit.playwrightsguild.ca/event/eit-play-reading-series-winnipeg-0
January 18th: EIT Reading in Toronto https://www.facebook.com/events/1493323700977147/
January 18th: EIT Reading in Montreal http://www.playwrights.ca/pgc-eit-lecture-publique-a-pwm-le-18-janvier/
Equity in Theatre (EIT) is a multi-stakeholder initiative aiming to remedy existing gender inequities in the theatre industry. Through a multi-pronged and inclusive response that involves the community as a whole (artists, stakeholders, and audiences), we promote dialogue, generate greater awareness of and exposure to women theatre practitioners, and develop community-based action plans to help remedy industry imbalances.
To learn more, visit our website or contact us at email@example.com
Posted by: Equity in Theatre (EIT) and Playwrights Guild of Canada
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