PGC News

  • Mar 11, 2016

    Monday April 4th, 2016
    7:00pm to 8:00pm
    Live Webinar


    Thinking of using music in your performance or creating a musical revue?

    Know your music rights (and responsibilities) for theatre! Craig Brockie, Industry Relations Executive for SOCAN, and Serge Cassano, Senior Licensing Representative for Re:Sound Music Licensing Company, will...

  • Mar 10, 2016

    Powerful, visceral, and heart wrenching, Paul Dunn’s Outside explores the issues of homophobic bullying and mental health in high school.

    Outside will be touring to Ontario Schools with Roseneath Theatre from March 21st –May 6th, 2016.

    To view, click here.

  • Mar 8, 2016

    "Getting a play produced on a national scale can seem like an insurmountable challenge for so many talented Canadian playwrights. As part of 2016’s Playwrights POV article series, we’ve asked eight playwrights (including two playwriting teams) whose plays have had multiple productions across Canada to share their stories of how their work has captured national interest."

  • Mar 7, 2016

    Haley McGee talks to PGC about her solo shows, touring internationally, and her multifaceted approach to theatre. 


    Q: You studied acting at Ryerson University before transitioning your focus to theatre creation. How does your acting training influence your playwriting? What drew you to playwriting?


    A: Well, I still work primarily as an actor, and mostly in new plays by Canadian writers. But I am trying to strike a balance...

  • Feb 29, 2016

    Alexis Diamond talks to PGC about Composite Theatre Company, the challenges of writing diverse styles of work (historical, musicals/opera, translation), and gives advice for emerging playwrights.


    Q: How did you get your start as a playwright?


    A: When I was four, I narrated a story to my mother. I described the characters, the producer, the director, the actors... I did not know the words for these roles, but I knew what they were and...