Looking for a dramaturge and director. (Can be one person doing both things) I have written a one-person show and would like help developing the writing and getting it on its feet and having it performed somewhere.
If interested contact me Charlene Zacks (416) 667-0250 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Miles Nadal JCC is pleased to offer TAPA members discounted tickets for Renee Barda – Life Begins Again!
On Saturday December 11th at 7:30pm you can hear the stellar voice of mezzo soprano Renee Barda as she takes the stage at the Miles Nadal JCC’s Al Green Theatre performing classics by Gershwin, art songs, and more. Special guests Dorothy Krizmanic (piano), Gideon Wilk (clarinet), and John Lettieri (accordion). Visit
to listen to samples of Renee’s stunning voice.
Regular tickets are $22. As a TAPA member simply call the box office number 416-924-6211 ext 0 and say “I belong” to receive the $18 ticket price.
Alameda Theatre Company, Canada’s premiere professional Latin American theatre company, invites submissions from established and emerging Latino playwrights for our 4th Annual DE COLORES FESTIVAL OF NEW WORKS!
Our mandate is to provide opportunities to Canadian Latin American theatre artists and playwrights and to build audiences for their work. Our goal is for Latin American arts and artists to be embraced by a broad Canadian community that is aware of, understands and respects the Latin-American Canadian experience.
Scripts selected for the 2011 De Colores Festival of New Works will receive dramaturgical support and a workshop period that will culminate in a staged reading in October 2011. Work in the festival will automatically be short-listed for possible production in our upcoming seasons.
Deadline for submissions: December 15, 2010
Please click on Alameda Theatre Company for submission guidelines and information.
This award, worth $75,000, is given annually to enable a German scholar to pursue research in Canada.
Eligibility criteria, nomination form and procedures
Nomination forms and support documentation must be postmarked no later than 1 December 2010.
Eating for Optimum Health Increasing energy and muscle function with Rebecca Dietzel, M.S., Nutritionist and Anatomist
Date: Sunday November 14, 2010
Time: 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Location: Artists’ Health Centre (Toronto Western Hospital)
399 Bathurst Street, West Wing 3rd Floor
Maintaining a stable blood sugar level is vital to your health. Eating to stabilize blood sugar decreases inflammation, increases immune function and enhances the digestive processes. In this workshop participants will receive recipes using foods that regulate blood sugar, with emphasis on:
- Demystifying blood sugar regulation
- Choosing foods which enhance blood sugar stability
- Adapt favorite recipes to maximize health
Rebecca Dietzel M.S. is an anatomist who specializes in biochemistry. She maintains private practices in New York City and Vermont teaching anatomy, physical re-education and nutrition. Rebecca also teaches anatomy and kinesiology for the Alvin Ailey/Fordham BFA program and is the nutrition consultant for Canada’s National Ballet School. She received her Master of Science from Columbia University’s Institute of Human Nutrition.
Pre-registration is required, as space is limited.
Please contact us at:
Artists’ Work-Life Balance Make your day job work for you with Anne Carbert Career Counselor and Transition Coach
Saturday November 13, 2010
Time: 10:00a.m. – 4:00p.m.
Fee: $40 (20% Discount for TAPA members!)
Location: Artists’ Health Centre
Toronto Western Hospital. 3rd Floor, West Wing
399 Bathurst Street
This workshop will focus on clarifying the job characteristics and working conditions needed for artists to have healthy day jobs that support creative work and offer some work-life balance. While participants will focus primarily on clarifying their own needs and skills, discussion will include some job search tips and a networking exercise. Through discussion and interactive exercises, participants will:
- Assess their creative needs and transferable skills
- Evaluate the benefits and drawbacks of their current or most recent day jobs
- Describe the characteristics of their ideal day job
- Review job search tactics
- Develop and practice their own professional introduction for networking
Anne Carbert is a career counsellor and coach. She emphasizes meaning, creativity, and quality of life as she helps people to craft satisfying careers. Anne has a master’s degree in counselling psychology and specializes in supporting people navigating unconventional and self-directed career paths. She offers personal development workshops as well as individual counseling.
Pre-registration is required, as space is limited.
To register please contact us at:
Phone: 416.351.0239 | Email: email@example.com
Or visit our website to print off and mail in a registration form at:
For your comfort, this is a scent-free workshop. Please refrain from wearing any perfume, cologne, aftershave or scented products. Thank you.
The Artists’ Health Centre Foundation gratefully acknowledges the support of the Ontario Trillium Foundation. The Ontario Trillium Foundation is an agency of the Government of Ontario.
This workshop offers a rare and exciting opportunity for professional actors to experience Theatre Gargantua‘s critically acclaimed method of creating imagistic, physical, music theatre.
2 Sessions Only
- November 3 12:30PM – 4:30PM
- November 4 9:30AM-1:30PM
- $95 for non-equity Members
- $75 for Equity Members
Space is limited to 8 participants per workshop. Book early as last year’s dates sold out.
Please submit your prefered workshop date and your resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Theatre Centre are offering all Arts Workers discounted tickets to see Public Recordings new piece 300 TAPES: $15 (normally $22)
Co-created by Ame Henderson and Bobby Theodore with performers Joe Cobden, Frank Cox-O’Connell and Brendan Gall, sound artist Anna Friz, scenographer Trevor Schwellnus, dramaturg Vicki Stroich, and stage manager and archivist Gillian Lewis.
The three performers recorded their lives onto 100 tapes each for this intimate archive of fact and fiction that explores how our memories and identity are shaped (and warped) by time, our own ideas of ourselves and the eyes (and ears) of others.
With a groundbreaking sound design, a choreography of our everyday twitches and three performers revealing everything, this bold experiment in storytelling thoughtfully and playfully provokes questions about authenticity.
December 1 – 12, 2010. Tuesday – Saturday 8pm. Sundays 2pm.
The Theatre Centre, 1087 Queen Street West (corner of Dovercourt Road)
To Book: 416-538-0988 and quote ‘Artsworker Offer’
Ontario is increasing support for festivals and events that create jobs, attract tourists, stimulate local economies and provide entertaining activities for Ontario families across the province.
This year, the province is investing $20 million through Celebrate Ontario to help festivals and events of all sizes reach new audiences and invigorate local economies. Celebrate Ontario’s new “Blockbuster” category will provide communities with support to bid for and host major one-time events and festivals attracting out-of-province visitors.
New and returning festivals and events across the province are invited to apply to Celebrate Ontario 2011.
Celebrate Ontario supports the government’s Open Ontario Plan to strengthen our economy and create new opportunities for jobs and growth.
- The Celebrate Ontario 2011 application deadline is November 23, 2010.
- Since 2007, Celebrate Ontario has supported more than 500 festivals and events of all sizes across the province.
- Celebrate Ontario 2009 recipients reported an increase of close to 700,000 visitors and $115 million in visitor spending over 2008 as a result of the program’s support.
- Celebrate Ontario 2011
- Read more about Celebrate Ontario success stories
- Discover travel experiences in Ontario
- Denelle Balfour, Communications Branch 416-212-3928 email@example.com
- Mukunthan Paramalingham, Minister’s Office 416-327-4365 firstname.lastname@example.org
Ministry of Tourism
Purchase a four-ticket artsworker pass for $93, including all taxes and handling. You can use these tickets all in one evening or spread them out over four performances. These passes are also valid for The Andersen Project.
To order tickets, please contact our helpful box office staff at 416.368.3110. For season information please visit www.canadianstage.com.