PGC News

  • Aug 25, 2016

    THE CRAFT OF SCRIPT ADAPTATION FOR CINEMA by Stephen Orlov

     

    This online interactive workshop will cover the basic fundamentals of adapting plays to film scripts.

     

    Since this two-hour workshop is designed for Guild dramatists, we will refer only briefly to specific plays, instead prioritizing most of the session on dissecting select scenes of films to highlight the major differences between writing scripts for cinema and for theatre....

  • Aug 24, 2016

    Click HERE to see PGC's new Play Map of Canada for September, 2016.

    You can also go back in time to see what Canadian Theatre looked like for August of 2016 by looking at last month's map

     

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  • Aug 23, 2016

    Save the Date! PGC’s 2016 Tom Hendry Awards event will be held at the Arts & Letters Club in Toronto on Sunday, October 30th. An invite to the membership will be sent out shortly.

  • Aug 22, 2016

    About Corey Payette

    Corey Payette is proud of his Oji-Cree heritage from Northern Ontario and has worked as a playwright, actor, composer, and director across Canada. He is the Artistic Director of Urban Ink Productions (Vancouver, BC), past Artist-in-Residence with English Theatre at Canada’s National Arts Centre, and the founder Raven Theatre (Vancouver, BC) focusing on new works by Indigenous...

  • Aug 22, 2016

    FOLLOW THE PLAYWRIGHT

    Gordon Pengilly

    Gordon Pengilly's Flesh & Ghost studies the philosophy of time to dissect the reality and memory of a series of events. While trying to figure out the mystery of each character's past, I found myself completely intrigued with the idea of trying to manipulate time and the conventionality of how we measure the moments in our lives. It is an incredibly engaging and...

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