4,000, 64 oz. white FOLD PAK containers for sale. They are like fast food take away – but paper with a cute little handle.
$400 or best offer.
Please note: All of the previously advertised glassware is now gone.
Contact Caroline at Sony Centre by email firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 416 368 6161 xt 7158
Against the Grain Theatre performs its inaugural presentation, An Unexpected Evening of Shakespeare, on Wednesday, December 1, 2010 at 8:00 p.m. at Heliconian Hall. Under the direction of Joel Ivany, opera singers Miriam Khalil, Keith Klassen, Adam Luther, and Gene Wu, actor Rick Jon Egan, visual artist Andrew Sookrah, and pianist Christopher Mokrzewski collaborate to turn the classics sideways. Featuring works written and inspired by William Shakespeare, the program includes dramatic and operatic excerpts by Bernstein, Verdi, Purcell, Prokofiev.
Tickets are “pay-what-you-can”, and are available at the door only.
December 1, 2010 at 8 p.m.
35 Hazelton Ave.
The doors open to the public at 7:30 p.m.
Toronto Dance Theatre would like to offer an Arts Worker discount ($19-$25 tickets!) for Christopher House’s critically acclaimed Severe Clear, November 17-20 (8pm) and November 20 (2pm). To reserve your tickets call 416-973-4000 and quote the “friends” rate!
Whimsical, spontaneous and deeply spiritual, Severe Clear evokes the feelings, stories and astounding physicality of the mythical North as it follows a group of nomads through the Northern landscape. It is a cool, urban response to the wild, spectacular beauty of the North, drawn directly from Christopher House’s experiences in the Yukon.
For more information, photos and videos from “one of the great pieces of Canadian contemporary dance” (Paula Citron), visit www.tdt.org!
Looking for more Arts Worker Discounts? Check out the new TAPA Ticket Wiki!
Playwrights Guild of Canada is pleased to announce that as of 2010, it will be assuming the administration of the Carol Bolt Award for Playwrights. Playwrights Guild of Canada, Professional Association of Canadian Theatres and Playwrights Canada Press will each be contributing to this year’s award. The prize will include $3,000 plus an opportunity to be published by Playwrights Canada Press.
Florence Gibson MacDonald, past winner of the Carol Bolt Award and current Chair of the Jury said, “I am thrilled to see this award increase in both stature and profile. Having the Playwrights Guild administer the award will increase the visibility and importance of playwrights within the theatre community, providing an excellent base from which to advocate for the vital role of playwriting in the cultural sector.”
The Carol Bolt Award for Drama was administered by the Canadian Authors Association (CAA) between 2002 and 2010 within the CAA Literary Awards Program. During this time Playwrights Guild of Canada and Playwrights Canada Press financially supported it.
Playwrights Guild of Canada, Professional Association of Canadian Theatres and Playwrights Canada Press are mandated to strengthen the Canadian theatre sector and celebrate its excellence. Through this new administration, the Carol Bolt Award for Playwrights will now focus on plays that have been professionally produced within the theatre season that precedes the submission deadline.
This year’s award will be accepting submissions from the July 2010 to June 2011 theatre season. The shortlist of finalists will be announced in October 2011.
Full details of the guidelines and submission form will be made available through Playwrights Guild of Canada’s website in January 2011.
PLAY HOOKY AND SEE SEANA MCKENNA @ TARRAGON
Currently The Year of Magical Thinking starring Seana McKenna is sold out until December, but there is some availability on Wednesday, November 24th for the 1:30pm matinee.
Arts Worker and Equity tickets are available for $24.00 by calling our box office 416-531-1827 or e-mailing email@example.com.
So take a long lunch this Wednesday @ Tarragon when there will also be a talkback with Seana after the show! www.tarragontheatre.com