Daily Archives: May 2, 2011

Workshops: Summer Theatre Courses for Adults, Theatre Ontario

August 7 to 13, 2011 Waterloo, Wilfrid Laurier University

Theatre Ontario’s Summer Theatre Intensive for adults will be offered in Waterloo at Wilfrid Laurier University from August 7-13, 2011.  Your week includes: one course, accommodation, meals, and a selected performance of Twelfth Night at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival.

In 2011, we are offering the following courses:

  1. When I’m on Stage….Who am I?  – Terry Tweed
  2. Shakespeare Conservatory – Andrew Tidmarsh (returning from England)
  3. Now what do I do? (Beginner Directing) – Brenda Bazinet
  4. Director’s Symposium – Guest Directors:  Christopher Newton, Eda Holmes, Dean Gabourie, Yvette Nolan and Richard Rose.  Facilitated by John Goddard.
  5. Curtain’s Up – David Warrack – A musical experience!

And a special 1 day workshop Marketing on a Shoestring with Cheryl Ewing for community theatres, on Wednesday August 10th, 2011

For over 30 years, our successful courses have earned praise from community theatre members, agents, professionals, theatre schools, drama teachers and actors getting started in the business.

Theatre Ontario provides theatre practitioners throughout Ontario with training and information to enhance and support their art form.

More detailed information available on Theatre Ontario’s website: www.theatreontario.org  Deadline for registration is June 17.

Call for Submissions: Directors for 2011-12 Season, Alumnae Theatre Company

Alumnae Theatre Company seeks non-union directors for the four mainstage  productions in our 2011-12 season:  Polly Teale’s “After Mrs. Rochester”, A.R.  Gurney’s “Sylvia”, Gwendolyn MacEwen’s translation of the Euripides classic “The  Trojan Women”, and “Cosi” by Louis Nowra.

Because three of the plays deal with madness in various forms, the tag line for  the season is “Lunacy.  Sheer, total lunacy.  (Oh, and a dog).”

Interested directors should check the Auditions page of www.alumnaetheatre.com for guidelines and submission instructions.  The deadline to submit a letter of  interest is May 13.