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Celebrating Playwrights

New and under-produced work from dramatists across the country.

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Live Events & Readings, Online

Free, accessible, fun - join the audience!

Old Friends, New Friends

Bringing Canada's theatre family a little closer together.

Event Calendar - January 2021

 
  • Thu, Feb 04
    YouTube (link coming soon)
    Playwright to Playwright: Gail Nyoka & Rahul Varma
    Live interview and play readings, Q&A

Recent Events

  • Mieko Ouchi & Carolyn Nakagawa
    Tue, Dec 22
    https://bit.ly/OuchiNakagawa
    Dec 22, 2020, 5:00 PM PST
    https://bit.ly/OuchiNakagawa
    Playwright to Playwright: live interviews & readings.
  • David Yee & Omari Newton
    Thu, Dec 17
    https://bit.ly/NewtonYee
    Dec 17, 2020, 5:00 PM PST
    https://bit.ly/NewtonYee
    Playwright to Playwright: live interviews & readings.
  • Western Gold: The Ballad of Georges Boivin by Martin Bellemare, translated by Jack Patterson
    Sun, Dec 13
    Canadian Play Thing
    Dec 13, 2020, 12:00 PM PST
    Canadian Play Thing
    Bouche Theatre Collective in association with Western Gold Theatre presents A Glimpse into New Translation: Online Workshop Series
  • Area 33 by Natalie Meisner
    Thu, Dec 10
    Canadian Play Thing
    Dec 10, 2020, 5:30 PM PST
    Canadian Play Thing
    Area 33 is about trust, lobsters and the search for signs of intelligent life one summer at the Shag Harbour UFO Museum.
  • Seeker by Marie-Claude Verdier, translated by Alexis Diamond
    Sun, Dec 06
    Canadian Play Thing
    Dec 06, 2020, 12:00 PM PST
    Canadian Play Thing
    Bouche Theatre Collective in association with Ruby Slippers Theatre presents A Glimpse into New Translation: Online Workshop Series
  • Still Life by Marie-Ève Milot & Marie-Claude St-Laurent, translated by Rhiannon Collett
    Sun, Nov 22
    Canadian Play Thing
    Nov 22, 2020, 12:00 PM PST
    Canadian Play Thing
    Bouche Theatre Collective in association with Ruby Slippers Theatre presents A Glimpse into New Translation: Online Workshop Series

"Hearing my whole play read aloud by brilliant actors really let me know exactly where the successes and pitfalls of the piece are. I can hardly wait to attack the next draft. It is exactly what I needed and exactly what the play needed."

Liesl Lafferty (A Splendid, Savage Place)

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