PGC News

  • Dec 15, 2016

    Click HERE to see PGC's new Play Map of Canada for January, 2017.

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

     

    If you are searching...

  • Dec 15, 2016

    Tax Time is coming and Brian Borts is partnering with PGC to present a webinar on filing tax as a professional artist as well as cross border tax. Join us on January 26th for a productive start to 2017!

     

    In this webinar, Brian will discuss:

    • Harmonized Sales Tax  (HST)

    • Registered retirement savings plans (RRSP’S)

    • Self-...

  • Dec 15, 2016

    Written by Scott White

     

    There is an exciting new trend in community theatres around the country.  Play selection committees are looking past the tried and true comedies and musicals and are starting to explore the wealth of scripts written by Canadian playwrights.

    Some playwrights rejoice when they hear they have a community production and others worry that the production won’t match up to the standard of previous professional productions and are...

  • Dec 13, 2016

    Every other month PGC releases a play catalogue with a specific theme or focus - The Special Edition CanRevue. This month, we are releasing a Special Edition Canadian Plays OutNow! for plays by our Atlantic playwrights. You can read this online catalogue HERE. You can look forward to a Saskatchewan Canadian Plays OutNow! catalogue next month!

     

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  • Dec 13, 2016

    The Creator Exchange is an initiative of PGC, inspired and brought to us by the Dramatists Guild of America. For this event, ten dramaturgs and ten playwrights will gather together. Participants will have the opportunity to talk briefly about what kind of work inspires them, and how they like to collaborate artistically, the purpose being to encourage networking opportunities with other practitioners, and to forge new working relationships.

     

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