PGC News

  • Jun 1, 2010

    PGC is a national association mandated to promote the creative rights and interests of professional Canadian playwrights. We share a large office space with Theatre Ontario and Toronto Alliance for the Performing Arts in the Robertson Building in Toronto at 215 Spadina Avenue, Suite 210.

    We have one office to sublet that can comfortably fit two workstations. The space is $700.00 a month and is available July 1st. As part of the sublet, you will have access to a kitchen, board room,...

  • Jun 1, 2010

    By Derek Gingrich

    On June 13, 2010, PGC will be hosting its Annual General Meeting at Theatre Passe Muraille. After a day full of important business and information, we’ll be moving on over to nearby restaurant, Epicure for an after-party and award presentation!

    The day is going to begin at 9:30AM. The Women’s Caucus meeting starts the day’s events in motion, and is accompanied by light refreshments. Soon after, Emil Sher is hosting a workshop (which you must...

  • Jun 1, 2010

    APN is a non-profit, provincial arts service organization and registered charity dedicated to fostering playwriting in Alberta. APN exists to nurture Alberta playwrights and provide support for the development of their plays. We offer a variety of dramaturgical services, workshops, competitions and special events to our members as well as offering staged readings of new Alberta plays to the general public.


    The requirements are:...

  • May 28, 2010

    Ken Cameron, playwright and Artistic Producer of Magnetic North Theatre Festival

    Recently, Playwrights Guild of Canada interviewed Ken Cameron to discuss his experiences as the Artistic Producer of Magnetic North Theatre Festival. Magnetic North...

  • May 28, 2010

    The final installment of news from the attendees of the Women Playwright International Conference in Mumbai.

    Networking over food
    By Melissa Major

    There certainly wasn’t anything lacking when it came to nourishment during our stay in Mumbai. Breakfast was provided at the hotel and was a mixture of western and Indian foods. Lunch and dinner were catered by the conference and consisted of a rich array of Indian aromatic nosh. Given that the...