Upcoming Webinar on "Self-Producing" with Mark Brownell and Kat Sandler!

Join us on April 20th to chat about Self-Producing! This is the perfect opportunity to get some tips and advice on producing your own plays and to hear success stories from playwrights who are considered master Fringe producers. Our special guests will be Mark Brownell, the creator of "Three Men in a Boat", and Kat Sandler from Theatre Brouhaha. Register now to receive the webinar invitation link. This is FREE for all PGC members.


April 20th, 2017

6:00pm - 8:00pm EST

Click HERE for registration.


About Mark Brownell

Mark Brownell is a Toronto-based playwright and co-artistic director of the Pea Green Theatre Group with his wife and partner Sue Miner.

Awards: Nominated for a Governor General's Literary Award for his play, Monsieur d'Eon. He also received a Dora Mavor Moore Award for his libretto Iron Road and a Dora Mavor Moore Award Nomination for Medici Slot Machine. In 2010 he was also the recipient of the infamous Harold Indie Theatre Award.

Other award-winning work includes The Barbeque KingThe Martha Stewart ProjectsPlayballsHigh Sticking-Three Period Plays, The Chevalier St. George, The Storyteller’s Bag and The Weaving Maiden.


About Kat Sandler

Kat Sandler is a writer/actor/director working in Toronto. She is the Artistic Director of Theatre Brouhaha, and has staged six or her original plays; LOVESEXMONEY (Next Stage Festival), Help Yourself (Best of Fringe, winner of the Fringe New Play Contest), Delicacy (Summerworks), Rock (Storefront Theatre), We Are the Bomb (Toronto Fringe, Sucker (Storefront Theatre) and directed Twenty-Seven Wagons Full of Cotton, and The Unseen Hand (Playwrights Project). As an actor she has appeared onstage with Theatre Gargantua in the world premieres of FiBBer and Imprints. She is a graduate of Queen’s University. Kat will be writing Retreat while in Tarragon’s Playwrights Unit.