PGC News

  • Apr 15, 2010


    Playwrights Guild of Canada announces a brand new playwriting program led by Brad Fraser for those who are interested in writing for the theatre but don’t know where to start.

    Internationally renowned playwright Brad Fraser, author of such works as ...

  • Apr 13, 2010

    By Jane Gilchrist

    The esteemed playwright Paula Vogel recently honoured Playwrights Workshop Montreal with a visit. Ms. Vogel is best known as the author of How I Learned to Drive, the play for which she received the Pulitzer Prize (1998); The Lortel Prize; and the Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle and New York Drama Critics Awards for Best Play, as well as her second OBIE. She has authored twelve other plays including Hot’N’Throbbing and Desdemona....

  • Apr 12, 2010

    PGC's AGM - Sunday, June 13th
    215 Spadina Ave Suite 210
    2pm - 5pm
    More information and registration form to come.

  • Apr 9, 2010

    In this continuation of the Women's Caucus members' experiences at the WPI Conference in Mumbai, playwrights Jordan Hall, Christine Estima, and Sally Stubbs recount some of their most memorable moments.

    Playwright First

    By Jordan Hall

    Attending my first WPI, I wasn’t sure what to expect.

    There didn’t seem to be much common ground between delegates. We were scattered across the spectrum of developing and developed world, first-...

  • Apr 1, 2010

    Lucia Frangione, a member of Playwrights Guild of Canada discusses why PGC's Canada Council Reading program is not only essential, but extremely worthwhile.

    I had a fantastic experience with the Canada Council Reading Program last year. I wanted to expand my audience in Alberta and so I contacted various colleges and organizations, told them about the reading program (which they didn’t know about) and they gladly and easily offered to host a public reading. I arranged for one...