The Fringe of Toronto Theatre Festival (“Toronto Fringe”), a registered Canadian charitable organization, is seeking a Part-Time Development and Fundraising Coordinator.
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Good training for your body and mind. Using Japanese Butoh and post-modern improvisation dance principles we’ll work towards becoming more present and therefore more creative while expanding movement vocabulary and conditioning the body for strength and agility.
The Emerging Artists Roundtable is a forum for University and College Students along with Recent Grads to engage with core members of Theatre Gargantua, including Artistic Director Jacquie P.A. Thomas, and other members of the professional community to gain insights and network connections that will help bridge formal training and entering the profession.
Theatre Gargantua is a proud recommender for the OAC’s Theatre Creators’ Reserve Program. This program provides funding for individuals or informal collectives based in Ontario to ‘buy time’ to develop a project. Theatre Gargantua is proud to support the development of original Canadian work and of Ontario’s artists. Priority will be given to projects which… Read more »
“Morphing/Evolution” is an introduction to the basic principles applied and developed by the Compagnie Marie Chouinard. Senior dancers from the company will guide participants through exercises and explorations that awaken and refine spatial awareness, movement choices and connections by use of repertoire and choreographic systems.
This new original Banff Centre dance workshop will allow participants to work with esteemed choreographer Crystal Pite in an investigation of the relationship between text and movement, story and the body, as well as an exploration of a physical process that can deliver narrative elements and emotion.
February 27-28th, 2015 The Centre for Drama, Theatre, and Performance Studies is proud to announce Playing Age, an inter-disciplinary symposium that will be held at the University of Toronto from February 27-28, 2015 at the Helen Gardiner Phelan Playhouse. Renowned scholars Elinor Fuchs (Yale University, School of Drama) and Margaret Morganroth Gullette (Brandeis University, Women’s… Read more »
Whether you’re trying to break into the performing arts or hone a creative edge, the Bad Dog Academy’s improv workshops are for you. Bad Dog Theatre has taught improv workshops in Toronto for over 20 years… Our introductory improv programs have helped people from all walks of life improve their confidence, their public speaking, and their creativity. Our advanced classes offer unique… Read more »
Youth Academy is The Bad Dog Theatre Company’s youth improvisation education program. We emphasize story, listening, impulse work, spontaneity, teamwork, basic stagecraft, agreement, confidence and game play. Our Youth Academy classes we work on building confidence, fostering creativity and helping young people give voice to their ideas, all in a supportive, nurturing and (above all)… Read more »
Working in Unreal Time with Soheil Parsa, Beatriz Pizano and Trevor Schwellnus A theatre laboratory for creators, actors, dancers, directors, and designers with Modern Times Stage Company and Aluna Theatre Dates: January 18 – 24, 2015 Sunday 18th, 2:00pm-6:00pm Monday 19th – Friday 23rd, 6:00pm-10:00pm Saturday 24th, 7:00pm final presentation as part of Aluna Theatre’s… Read more »