PGC News

  • Aug 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 designers 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.



  • Aug 8, 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...

  • Jul 14, 2016

    July 2016 Issue of CanRevue, Playwrights Guild of Canada’s bi-monthly e-catalogue of unpublished Canadian plays, is now available for download.  Enjoy!  In this issue you'll find 4 Dramas, 1 Comedic Drama, 1 Dramedy, 1 Docudrama, 4 Comedies, 3 Dark Comedies and 1 Musical.

  • Jul 11, 2016


    Have you ever considered getting your play produced internationally? I bet you have! Talk to Lee Wilson, Irish Canadian director who directed Hannah Moscovitch's East of Berlin in Dublin this past year. Learn about the research it takes to find the right theatre and director for your play, how to make your pitch, and the success rate of getting Canadian plays produced internationally. Join PGC and Lee Wilson for a webinar on August 11th at 2pm EST.

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  • Jul 8, 2016

    Donna-Michelle talks about the Theatre Communication Group (TCG) National Conference, being a playwright-in-residence, and some advice she would like to have given herself:

    Q: What do you hope to get out of the TGC National Conference?

    A: My hope going into the TCG conference was to commune with like-minded artists, to expand my perspectives by meeting artist unlike me, to build on contacts and prospects, to put my work and the work of my colleagues into...