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Quick Selfie: Teneisha Collins

In this Quick Selfie, Teneisha Collins tells us about some of her faves! Be sure to check out Imago Theatre’s Her Side of the Story: Revision to Resist, the festival that takes four iconic stories and revises or retells them to center women’s perspectives.  Click here for more information.


Teneisha Collins plays the role of Bess in The Last Wife by Kate Hennig, directed by Tamara Brown. Catch it November 1 at 8pm and November 4 at 1:30pm.

What was your favourite activity as a child?

One of my favourite activities as a child was playing dress-up. My mother, while still stylish now, was my style icon back in those days – she always had the most amazing clothes, and her shoes – Oh. My. God! She had the most outstanding shoes! I would wear her shoes and clothes (usually one of her silk nightgowns) and feel like a princess. Once dressed up, I would do what I thought was the only natural thing to do – put on a play, usually with the help of my little sister, who was often the unwilling participant.

What book could you read repeatedly?

There are many, but The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom has particularly stuck with me. It tells the story of an amusement park worker who dies while heroically trying to save a little girl from being killed by a ride. In heaven, he meets five pivotal people from his life. I won’t spoil it for you, but it’s a beautiful parable that reminds us that whether someone is a close family member or a complete stranger, they have the ability to change to course of our lives forever – even through just a brief encounter.

What inspires you?

Honestly, I draw inspiration and motivation from many people and factors around me, so it’s hard to choose just one. There’s something incredibly inspiring about someone’s persistence and unrelenting perseverance in the face of adversity. I love a good underdog story, and seeing people achieve their goals and come out on top despite the many hurdles in front of them truly uplifts me and pushes me to work harder, as well. Watching someone overcome obstacles to achieve success – whether it be personal or professional success, big or small – can be a powerful a reminder of our own inner strength, our resolve, and that we can be unstoppable forces. I’m also inspired by people supporting others in their pursuits, selfless acts of kindness, and more.

Favourite way to spend a rainy day?

It’s rare that I get to take advantage of a rainy day and enjoy being lazy. I’m very much a Type-A and always working on a different project – whether for my personal or professional development. I’m always on the go! That being said, my ideal rainy day would involve sleeping in, staying in my pyjamas all day, and cuddling under a warm blanket while binge-watching Netflix or having a movie marathon. I refuse to cook on days like this, so a rainy day definitely involves ordering in lots of comfort food – preferably rounded out with a nice glass of wine or some scotch to keep warm.

Favourite way to communicate?

Anyone who’s ever met me can answer this question. I love to talk and I can talk a lot! A face to face conversation, to me, is akin to a dance (or a battle depending on the nature of the conversation.) I think there’s a tremendous amount of beauty and art in how each individual speaks – our choice of words and the gesticulations accompanying our speech are often very telling of our personalities.

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This piece was written and submitted by Teneisha Collins.

 

What’s On – November 1 – 8

What’s On

 

Her Side of the Story: Revision to Resist – Imago Theatre


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#HerSide514 will showcase four well-known stories revised and presented by four female directors and 25 actors! The plays presented are:

The Penelopiad by Margaret Atwood
The Last Wife by Kate Hennig
What Happened After Nora Left Her Husband by Elfriede Jelinek, translated by Tinch Minter
Fucking A by Suzan-Lori Parks

The festival runs from October 31 – November 5th. For a more detailed schedule please click here. Tickets can be purchased by calling the Centaur Box Office at 514-288-3161 or online at www.centaurtheatre.com

Check out our #HerSide514 tag here to get to know the artists and the festival with Quick Selfie Q&A posts and a roundtable discussion

Bad Jews – The Segal Centre for Performing Arts


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Following last year’s sold out run, Bad Jews is back at the Segal Centre starting November 8!

From the synopsis on the Segal’s website:

“When three cousins gather in a cramped Manhattan apartment to mourn the death of their beloved grandfather and fight over a precious family heirloom, they learn there is much more at stake than who gets what. Bursting with crisp, fast-paced dialogue, Bad Jews is an exciting exploration of faith, family and legacy that is as thought-provoking and poignant as it is viciously funny.”

Bad Jews runs from November 8 – 26 at the Segal Centre for Performing Arts. For more information and for tickets please click here.

Late Company – d² productions


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Is it possible to save a vulnerable child if their hurt is a secret? Late Company is a poignantly relevant contemporary story of forgiveness, culpability and reprisal. Set over the course of one evening, a family stricken by the loss of their son, who was bullied, at least in part, for his sexuality, attempts to build a bridge instead of placing blame, with mixed results. It’s cluttered, unsettling, funny, and before our eyes we witness grief move to healing.

Late Company  runs from November 8-12 and November 16-19 at the MainLine Theatre. For a detailed schedule and ticketing information please click here.

 

The Hockey Sweater: A Musical – The Segal Centre for Performing Arts


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Roch Carrier’s classic children’s story is coming to the stage at the Segal Centre just as the weather here in Montreal is becoming decidedly wintry. Let’s celebrate everything good about winter with some family friendly Canadian nostalgia. AND it’s a musical!

The Hockey Sweater plays from October 19 to November 12 at the Segal Centre for Performing Arts. For more information and for tickets, please click here.

 

 

 

Bites of Life, Episode 1 – Gleams Theatre


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Gleams Theater opens their season of series with Bites of Life, Episode 1. The show is comprised of three short plays, performed in a cosy salon in NDG.

We interviewed Ira S of Gleams Theatre and she took us through the ten years she’s been working with short plays, and plays in non-traditional theatre spaces. 

Episode 1 runs every Friday from September 15 to November 13 at Salon 3. For more information and for tickets, click here.

Bites of Life, Episode 2 – Gleams Theatre


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Gleams Theater continues their season with Bites of Life, Episode 2. The show is comprised of three short plays, performed in a cosy chocolate shop – coffee and a chocolate are included with admission!

 

Episode 2 runs every Thursday  from October 19 to November 30 at Leonidas Culture Chocolate Cafe. For more information and for tickets, click here.

Sunday Night Improv | Les Lundis D’impro | Art Machine – Theatre Sainte-Catherine


At Theatre Sainte-Catherine, the weekend runs Sunday – Tuesday! They’ve got three regular shows to entertain and delight!

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Sunday Night Improv is both workshop and performance! Stop in from 5-7 for a free workshop with improvisers of all skill levels and hone your craft, then stick around for the show at 8 PM (tickets $7).

Presented by Le Nouvau International

For more information, click here.
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Les Lundis D’impro is the same deal as Sunday, but this time for the Francophones!

Presented by Le Nouvau International.

For more information, click here.

 

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Here’s TSC’s cabaret style Art Machine, where you can see great Francophone standup, sketch, live music, clown – it’s a variety show so the best thing to do is head down and check it out. Tuesdays at 7:30 PM, tickets are only $5!

For more information, click here.


What’s On is a weekly events-at-a-glance post with an overview of QDF Member shows. If you have an event that you’d like to see listed here please contact marketing@quebecdrama.org

Quick Selfie: Cristina Cugliandro

In this Quick Selfie, Cristina Cugliandro tells us about some of her faves! Be sure to check out Imago Theatre’s Her Side of the Story: Revision to Resist, the festival that takes four iconic stories and revises or retells them to center women’s perspectives.  Click here for more information.


Cristina Cugliandro is the director of What Happened After Nora Left Her Husband by Elfriede Jelinek, translated by Tinch Minter. See it November 3 & 4 at 8pm at Centaur Theatre.

Favourite subject to study?

I love to study everything. I loved higher education when I could finally choose what I was learning about. Along the way I have had some fantastic teachers that have added to my love of knowledge. As for a favorite subject, this is one of the many reasons I love theatre making. When working on a project, research is key. I love diving into as many aspects the piece presents as I can. I love the abyss of knowledge.

Minister: Or as that Socrates so brilliantly put it: I know that I know nothing, ha ha…
Weygang: And he added: But you don’t even know that, ha ha…
What Happened After Nora Left Her Husband, Elfriede Jelinek, tr. Tinch Minter

What makes you sad?

What makes me sad is how the grand capitalistic systems that run the world have developed to be completely disrespectful and abusive of what helps us live happily, in community, healthily, with low stress; our precious environment. Humanity has trapped itself in a monetary machine which oppresses all species on the planet. I don’t quite understand how our empathy and collective respect of ecosystems which support life have fallen to the wayside as we glorify the fake god of money.

Half the world starves while the other half wastes enough food to feed the first half.
-Charles Eisenstein

Where did you train?

I completed a masters degree in London, England with the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts and Birkbeck University. What this taught me was to push the boundaries of theatre and challenge ideas and concepts. This opened my eyes up to the ultimate possibilities and power of theatre arts.

Person you would most like to have a cup o’ with?

If I can create my own tea party I would like to invite Vandana Shiva, Jane Goodall and Robert Lepage so that we could discuss the state of the world and create a touring show to awaken and discuss the much needed work that lies ahead in conservation and farming. That being said if I could provide a list of people that I adore, I would drown in tea.

What is your pet peeve?

How easily the arts are swept under the rug; the veneer of politicians; how GDP is considered a good thing.

What makes you laugh?

Absurdity. As I grow older I am learning how to laugh along with this thing called life.

 

 

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This piece was written and submitted by Cristina Cugliandro.

 

Quick Selfie: Oliver Koomsatira

In this Quick Selfie, Oliver Koomsatira tells us about some of his faves! Be sure to check out Imago Theatre’s Her Side of the Story: Revision to Resist, the festival that takes four iconic stories and revises or retells them to center women’s perspectives.  Click here for more information.


Oliver plays Monster and Scribe in Fucking A by Suzan-Lori Parks directed by Sophie Gee. See it November 2 & 5 at 8pm.

What was your favourite activity as a child?

Fighting (martial arts), usually while reenacting stage combat scenes from movies such as Ninja Turtles, Mortal Kombat, Drunken Master 2.

What is your favourite subject to study?

Quantum Physics/Mechanics as it pertains to the human existence and the multiverse.

What’s your dream project?

The Midnight Birth, which I’ve already toured, as well as Open Frakture which I’m currently working on, are both multidisciplinary, multimedia, rap, contemporary dance, theatre, shows. I know, it’s a lot… As far as combining what I’m most passionate about, they are basically my dream projects but with limited financial resources. #GottaDreamBig VS #GottaFindMoney :/

What’s your favourite show you worked on?

Except Fucking A directed by Sophie Gee? 😉 Banana Boys directed by Nina Lee Aquino at
Factory Theatre.

Where did you train?

Dawson College, Dome Theatre (Professional Theatre Program).

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This piece was written and submitted by Oliver Koomsatira.

 

Quick Selfie: Anne-Marie Saheb

In this Quick Selfie, Anne-Marie Saheb tells us about some of her faves! Be sure to check out Imago Theatre’s Her Side of the Story: Revision to Resist, the festival that takes four iconic stories and revises or retells them to center women’s perspectives.  Click here for more information.


Anne-Marie Saheb is playing Canary Mary and one of the Hunters in Fucking A by Suzan-Lori Parks.

What was your favourite activity as a child? 

‘’Living’’ our ‘’Life’’. My sister and I invented realities in which we each had a circumstance and a role, and then we’d live in that world for hours. Our cue to begin was ‘’1, 2, 3, la vie commen….CE!’’. If anything needed clarification, we would call a time-out and talk things over. For example, when we were in a reality where we spoke English (but hadn’t yet learned), we’d speak gibberish, call a time-out, explain what we would say, and pick up the life again. ‘’Méli-Mélo’’! That’s what we called the game.

What inspires you?

People who are genuinely and consistently good humoured. What a treat that is! And it always reminds me that no matter the circumstance, you can choose how you deal with it and how your interactions will be affected. At least, that’s the inspiration. Now for putting it into practice…

Person you would most like to have a cup o’ with?

My father. He passed away when I was very young, and I’d love to hear his thoughts on many, many subjects, and on some of the choices I’ve made. Perhaps I wouldn’t actually ‘’enjoy’’ hearing some of what he has to say, who knows, but I’d certainly love the opportunity. And it’s only the time of a cup, so… should be fine!

What’s your dream project?

Building a home for the elderly, for youth and for people experiencing homelessness which would be attached to a restaurant using produce grown on the premises and which would employ the elderly, the youth and the people experiencing homelessness who are staying in that home.

Where did you train?

Dawson College Professional Theatre Program, for the most part.

 

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This piece was written and submitted by Anne-Marie Saheb.

 

Roundtable Discussion: Six Artists from Imago Theatre’s Her Side: Revision to Resist

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The Quebec Drama Federation presents a roundtable discussion with six of the artists working on Imago Theatre’s upcoming play festival, Her Side of the Story: Revision to Resist.

The Participants:

  • Jen Viens, lead actor in What Happened After Nora Left Her Husband
  • Tamara Brown, director of The Last Wife and lead actor in Fucking A
  • Jen Quinn, director of The Penelopiad
  • Gabriel Maharjan, actor in The Last Wife
  • Oliver Koomsatira, actor in Fucking A
  • Kathleen Stavert, actor in The Last Wife From

 

From October 31 to November 5 at Centaur Theatre, Imago Theatre will present Her Side of the Story: Revision to Resist, a festival of performances, encounters and exchange around women who revision known narratives to reclaim Her Side of the Story from the footnotes.

Tickets are $20 or $15 for students/artists/seniors or Pay-What-You-Decide at the door. Tickets can be purchased by calling the Centaur Box Office at 514-288-3161 or online at centaurtheatre.com

Quick Selfie: Stefanie Buxton

In this Quick Selfie, Stefanie Buxton tells us about some of her faves! Be sure to check out Imago Theatre’s Her Side of the Story: Revision to Resist, the festival that takes four iconic stories and revises or retells them to center women’s perspectives.  Click here for more information.


Stefanie Buxton is a maid in The Penelopiad.

What was your favourite activity as a child? 

Building snow forts to resemble the interior design of Yoda’s kitchen from The Empire Strikes Back.

What inspires you?

Innovation: like a magnificent blue electric current; like the seed of a new venture.

If you were not in this career, what do you think you would do for a living?

Chef, culinary creator of deliciousness for everyone’s tummies.

What is your dream vacation spot?

Scotland, and even though I’ve been there five times there is always more land to discover and every time I’ve been there, I feel like I am home

What was the last book you read?

The Broom of the System by David Foster Wallace. One of the most remarkable reads I have had in a long time — hilarious and eerily on point with the state of things in our world — in terms of the environment, the North American political climate, religious fanaticism, gender relations, the Internet, the output of information in media (true and false) and trust between lovers.

 

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This piece was written and submitted by Stefanie Buxton.

 

What’s On – October 25 – November 1

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Richard O’Brien’s The Rocky Horror Show – MainLine Theatre ***FINAL DAYS***


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It’s back! An annual favourite from MainLine Theatre featuring a huge cast and live band. It’s time to put on your fishnets and black nail polish, take a step to the right, and bring your knees in tight – I don’t need to say any more, you’re already doing the time warp again, aren’t you?!

The Rocky Horror Show runs from Oct 19-21, 25-29, 31 at 8pm at the MainLine Theatre. For more information on how to get tickets please click here.

 The Hockey Sweater: A Musical – The Segal Centre for Performing Arts


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Roch Carrier’s classic children’s story is coming to the stage at the Segal Centre just as the weather here in Montreal is becoming decidedly wintry. Let’s celebrate everything good about winter with some family friendly Canadian nostalgia. AND it’s a musical!

The Hockey Sweater plays from October 19 to November 12 at the Segal Centre for Performing Arts. For more information and for tickets, please click here.

News of the Future – National Theatre School **FINAL DAYS***


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Playing from October 23 – 28 at Monument-National, studio Hydro-Québec. For more information and for tickets please click here.

Bites of Life, Episode 1 – Gleams Theatre


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Gleams Theater opens their season of series with Bites of Life, Episode 1. The show is comprised of three short plays, performed in a cosy salon in NDG.

We interviewed Ira S of Gleams Theatre and she took us through the ten years she’s been working with short plays, and plays in non-traditional theatre spaces. 

Episode 1 runs every Friday from September 15 to November 13 at Salon 3. For more information and for tickets, click here.

Bites of Life, Episode 2 – Gleams Theatre


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Gleams Theater continues their season with Bites of Life, Episode 2. The show is comprised of three short plays, performed in a cosy chocolate shop – coffee and a chocolate are included with admission!

 

Episode 1 runs every Thursday  from October 19 to November 30 at Leonidas Culture Chocolate Cafe. For more information and for tickets, click here.

Playing with Fire: The Theo Fleury Story – Centaur Theatre presents a Persephone Theatre Production ***FINAL DAYS***


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First up at Centaur Theatre this season is The Theo Fleury Story, and as one of our QDF staff is a born and raised, do or die Calgary Flames fan, this is one to keep your eye on as a lengendary and heart-breaking story. Is it a hockey story or a human story?

Playing with Fire: The Theo Fleury Story runs from October 3 – 29 at the Centaur Theatre. For more information and for tickets, please click here.

The Mountaintop – Black Theatre Workshop and Neptune Theatre ***FINAL DAYS***


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Black Theatre Workshop and Neptune Theatre present The Mountaintop, the story of Martin Luther King Jr’s final night before his murder in Memphis, Tennessee, right after he made one of his most famous speeches: the prescient “Mountaintop” speech, which you can listen to here!

The Mountaintop plays from October 14 – 29 at the Segal Centre for Performing Arts. For more information and tickets please click here!

Her Side of the Story: Revision to Resist – Imago Theatre


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#HerSide514 will showcase four well-known stories revised and presented by four female directors and 25 actors! The plays presented are:

The Penelopiad by Margaret Atwood
The Last Wife by Kate Hennig
What Happened After Nora Left Her Husband by Elfriede Jelinek, translated by Tinch Minter
Fucking A by Suzan-Lori Parks

The festival runs from October 31 – November 5th. For a more detailed schedule please click here. Tickets can be purchased by calling the Centaur Box Office at 514-288-3161 or online at www.centaurtheatre.com

Sunday Night Improv | Les Lundis D’impro | Art Machine – Theatre Sainte-Catherine


At Theatre Sainte-Catherine, the weekend runs Sunday – Tuesday! They’ve got three regular shows to entertain and delight!

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Sunday Night Improv is both workshop and performance! Stop in from 5-7 for a free workshop with improvisers of all skill levels and hone your craft, then stick around for the show at 8 PM (tickets $7).

Presented by Le Nouvau International

For more information, click here.
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Les Lundis D’impro is the same deal as Sunday, but this time for the Francophones!

Presented by Le Nouvau International.

For more information, click here.

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Here’s TSC’s cabaret style Art Machine, where you can see great Francophone standup, sketch, live music, clown – it’s a variety show so the best thing to do is head down and check it out. Tuesdays at 7:30 PM, tickets are only $5!

For more information, click here.


What’s On is a weekly events-at-a-glance post with an overview of QDF Member shows. If you have an event that you’d like to see listed here please contact marketing@quebecdrama.org

Quick Selfie: Joy Ross-Jones, ARTISTA Program Director

In this Quick Selfie, Joy Ross-Jones of Imago Theatre answers five quick questions about some of her favourite things, inlcuding a nostalgia trip back to Matilda with a pick-me-up video mashup! To support the ARTISTA mentorship program, Imago Theatre is pleased to offer a selection of workshops in this year’s Atelier 2017. Please click here for more information and to register for classes.


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Joy Ross-Jones is an actor, puppeteer, improviser and theatre educator of mixed Venezuelan and Canadian descent. Her studies include McGill University and Concordia University were she studied as Theatre and Theatre for Social Change. She is presently doing her Masters in Art Education at Concordia with a focus on the empowering effects theatre performance has on its practitioners. For three years she worked at Imago Theatre as Artistic and Administrative Associate where she supported the creation and presentation of If We Were Birds (Erin Shields), Random (Debbie Tucker Green), Have We Forgotten Yet?, Pig Girl (Colleen Murphy) and Her Side of the Story. During her time at Imago, Joy also created ARTISTA, a free theatre mentorship for young women in need, which is now entering its third annual session. All proceeds from the 2017 Atelier Workshops will go in support of this program.

What was your favourite activity as a child?

Charades! it stimulates so much laughter. I still can’t get enough! It is not surprising to me at all that I’ve ended up in theatre.

What book could you read repeatedly?

La casa de los espíritusThe House of the Spirits, by Isabel Allende. It follows one Chilean family through several generations, as magical realism tends to, tracking the impact of one person’s actions on the rest of the family and society. It’s about the repetition of history. It is imaginative, dark, and deeply political.

If you were not in this career, what do you think you would do for a living?

I consider my imagination to be quite vivid, and yet I cannot imagine a life for myself outside of theatre and performance. I have a romantic notion of what it means to be a writer, so I like to think that one day in the future, I will be writing, gardening and taking care of my grandchildren and animals in the country.

What is your favourite comfort food?

Tajadas, baby! (Fried plantain). And french fries…(which I accidentally first typed as friend fries. Yup, that sums it up).

What is your pick me up song?

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This piece was written and submitted by Joy Ross-Jones and Imago Theatre. Joy’s headshot and bio appear courtesy the Imago Theatre website.

Theatre News: September 3 – 9

Local News

The Montreal English Theatre Award nominees were announced last week! There are SO many QDF Company and Individual members nominated. Repercussion Theatre, the Segal Centre for Performing Arts, Black Theatre Workshop & Tableau D’Hote, and Geordie Productions have the most nominations, but we want to congratulate InfiniTheatre, CABAL, Centaur Theatre Company, Hudson Players Club, the Cote St-Luc Dramatic Society, Lakeshore Light Opera, Talisman and Imago Theatre who were also nominated. Here’s the full list of nominees!

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Arts Alive! is coming to the West Island on September 23 for a whole weekend of fun filled events. One of those is a retelling of Sleeping Beauty where the kids can take the reins of the show and interact with the performers. If you’re looking for something for the wee ones to do at Arts Alive! this is an option! (via CBC)

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The city of Montreal is holding a public meeting on September 12, 5PM at the council chamber of City Hall to adopt the recommendations of a May meeting on fighting racial and social profiling in the city. There will be information published online on Friday, September 15. What does this have to do with theatre? Equity is important! National News

National News

We like to think of the arts as a special place untouched by things so pedantic as skyrocketing real estate prices. Isn’t that just for people still plugged into the Matrix? The rat-race people? Toronto is experiencing a some real estate troubles, and here’s a great article on how that situation is affecting the indie theatre scene. (spoiler: it’s not helping). What role does our industry play in societal issues like gentrification? Why are these groups trying to stay away from public funding? When we talk about diversity and equity – that talk needs to address distribution of and access to resources (read: cold hard ca$h) like who has access to a space. Great read. (via the Toronto Star)

International News

This is a SCREAM of an article. The British Library digitized some correspondence from the Lord Chamberlain’s Office about Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot. In the Olden Days one had to apply to the Lord Chamberlain to get a license to produce a play, and it had to pass the censors. Their objections seem ridiculous nowadays, and of course Waiting for Godot is one of the greatest plays of the 20th Century – but they fought hard to have it banned! There’s some hilarious gossipy lines like “mixed in the nonsense of the first 12 lines I detect distinct mockery of religion” and some objections to the line “Who farted?” (via the Guardian)

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HowlRound talks about the futility in trying to figure out vital statistics about audience composition. The methodology is flawed. Even if you have an optional survey for audience members, studies show not everyone fills them out! So there will always be gaps. Oddly, I thought about Google. They have access to oodles and oodles of their users data and we have … diddly squat! Maybe we need to make an app for that… (via HowlRound)


posted by Caleigh Crow