Enjoy an evening of phenomenal storytelling, open mic performances, delicious appetizers, fun door prizes, a silent auction and a cash bar featuring local brews and mocktails on November 19th!
Ages 19 and up
Doors open at 7pm
Storytelling starts at 7:30pm
Yukon Transportation Museum
Tickets on sale at Well-Read Books, at Gwaandak (above Baked Cafe), at the door and with any Gwaandak Theatre Board Member, Staff and Volunteer: Patti Flather, Marjolene Gauthier, Courtney Wheelton, Lea Roy, Melaina Sheldon, Joella Hogan, Gayle Corry, Leonard Linklater, Cheryl McLean, Jacqueline Bazett and David Neufeld. More...
The Annex – 823 Seymour St, Vancouver
This evening presentation will honour Louis Riel, an inspiration for the resilience of the Métis nation, and will celebrate the vitality of contemporary Métis culture. With a program ranging from fiddle music and storytelling to traditional and contemporary dance, the event will reflect the unique cultural history of the Métis- a celebration for the entire community of Vancouver to enjoy!
coexisDance is a duet series with the format, ‘no more than two dancers, no more than two musicians, at least one of each.’ Each piece is about eight or nine minutes long. A coexisDance performance involves eight such pieces, which can be improvised, choreographed, or anything outside of that or in between. The Nov 13th performance will feature IPAA member Olivia C. Davies.
Dance improvisers perform along with members of the Association of Improvising Musicians.
Nov 13 at 8 pm. $10. (One night only)
LOCATION: Array Space 155 Walnut, Toronto, Ontario
Don’t miss Olivia C. Davies other upcoming performances: More...
- Toronto, ON -
Nov 10th- 20th
Free or PWYC (See schedule & pricing below)
Native Earth Performing Arts announces a new Professional Development Series, part of the 28th annual Weesageechak Begins to Dance festival. The series, created with the support of the Amicus Foundation, consists of classes, workshops and a panel aimed at advancing the careers of Indigenous and non-Indigenous theatre artists. Designed to be accessible for all artists, workshops range from free to pay-what-you can and are located in venues across Toronto. More...
- Montreal, QC -
Written by Reneltta Arluk
Nov. 13th at 7:30pm (English) & 9:00pm (French) Nov. 14th at 2:00pm (French) & 8:00pm (English) Nov. 15th at 2:00pm (English) & 8:00pm (French) Nov. 17th at 8:00pm (French)
Nov. 18th at 8:00pm (English)
Nov. 19th at 8:00pm (French)
Nov. 20th at 8:00pm (English)
Nov. 21st at 2:00pm (English) & 8:00pm (French)
VENUE: Mainline Theatre| 3997 St-Laurent (just below of Duluth) Montreal, QC
TICKETS: $20 Adults / $15 Students/Artists/Elders | SPECIAL DOUBLE-HEADER PRICING FOR DAYS SHOWING BOTH! BOX OFFICE: (514) 849-3378 or http://www.mainlinetheatre.ca/en/spectacles/tumit
AGE RECOMMENDATION: Adults 18+ | 60 minutes
AKPIK THEATRE: www.akpiktheatre.com
Akpik Theatre presents:
The World Premiere of TUMIT in French & its English production to Montreal!
ONE PLAY TOLD TWO WAYS, IN ENGLISH & IN FRENCH. DIFFERENT ACTORS. SAME SET. DIFFERENT NIGHTS.
- Toronto, ON –
New IPAA member Melody McKiver performs in Toronto, On Nov 26th.
Burdock (1184 Bloor st W)
$8 Advance/$10 at the Door
$8 in advance, $10 at the door
Doors at 8:30pm, Show at 9pm
- Montreal, QC -
Job posting: Coordinator for the acting program and assistant to the Artistic Director – English Department.
Please send a detailed letter of intent with your résumé by November 5th, 2015 to info[at]ent-nts.ca with the subject heading: Coordinator and Assistant to AD 2015.
Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
Established in Montreal in 1960, the National Theatre School of Canada (NTS) is the leading professional training institution for theatre artists in Canada. We are a co-lingual place of learning, offering programs of the highest quality in English and French to actors, directors, designers, production specialists and playwrights.
The NTS — a hub of intense and flourishing creative and practical activity — is providing its carefully selected students with access to a wide range of approaches, work methods and expertise. We have developed our hard-earned reputation by promoting pedagogical practices that embrace tradition while also championing invention, that place equal value on both performance and creation, and that are constantly questioned and adjusted.
Nov 5th, 2015
Pay What You Can (PWYC)
The 2015/2016 Circle of Voices Open House, presented by PotashCorp.
Gordon Tootoosis Nīkānīwin Theatre invites you to join us in welcoming our new Circle of Voices participants to the stage!
On Thursday Nov 5, the 2015/2016 Circle of Voices participants will grace our stage (for some is their first ever performance). Supporters can expect monologues, music and other platforms of artistic expression during this one night only event. Stay afterwards to chat with GTNT staff and the COV about the program and our upcoming events. There will be free food and drink after the event during the reception.
Indigenous Languages In Performance Showcase
Sunday November 8 @ 3pm | Domingo 8 de Noviembre
Admission: Pay What You Can
Oct 29, 2015
PWYC (pay what you can)
Niiganigaabwe pronounced nee-gan-neh-gah-bwe is an Anishnaabowin word to describe CIT’s new speakers series featuring distinguished creative leaders of the Indigenous performing arts community.
In its second year, the Niiganigaabwe Series celebrates the achievements of leading Indigenous artists through engaging discussion and stories geared to spark passion, innovate, inspire and explore.
Honoured and celebrated guests in 2014 include Drew Hayden Taylor, Jennifer Podemski, Billy Merasty, Glen Gould and Tantoo Cardinal.
Monday Oct. 26, 2015 at 5pm at Nozhem First Peoples – Trent University
Indigenous Performance Initiatives invites you to attend a welcoming for artists in residence.
The Beautiful Canoe Collective and Katsi Cook: Elder, Scholar and Traditional Knowledge Holder. Monique Mojica: Actor, Playwright, Artist – Scholar
This residency will contribute to the creation of a new play with the working title Journey the Beautiful Canoe, centered on personal stories of pregnancy, labour and birth.
Refreshments provided by Grandfather’s Kitchen Catering