Tag Archives: theatre
Here’s a link to the Facebook invitation, and here are the details: 8 p.m., Sat., May 3 The Palace Theatre, 710 Dundas St. East, London Tickets $5 at the door Six new scripts from London playwrights — all with a sex … Continue reading
The playwrights’ critique group, the London Playwrights Lab, will present the first in a series of staged readings, with local actors performing scenes by local playwrights, at 8 p.m., Friday, Nov. 25, at The Palace Theatre, 710 Dundas Street, London. … Continue reading
Richard Nagel writes: I’m going to see The Rez Sisters, 6:30 tonight, Saunders Secondary School, no reservations, pay what you can. It’s about seven First Nation women, out to win the world’s biggest bingo. The writer is Tomson Highway, who … Continue reading
During our February monthly meeting, back at our usual venue at Landon Library, we’ll hear from London playwright Lynda Martens. Among her many plays, Naked in the Kitchen was first produced at the London One Act Festival, then developed into … Continue reading
London Writers Society and London Community Players are starting a brand new playwriting group in February. The new group is open to both new and experienced playwrights who want support, feedback and exposure. The group is not a teacher-led class. … Continue reading
Lucy Williams was our guest speaker last April discussing writing and producing plays. I received a note from her about her latest project. For those of us who are writing historical fiction this would be a good opportunity to see … Continue reading
Update to post on Toronto Fringe Festival. Online applications are now available at secure.civicrm.ca/fringetoronto.com/.
Come join this hands-on collaboration between the London Writers Society and London Community Players on Sept. 25.
The Ottawa Little Theatre is now accepting submissions for its 70th National One-Act Playwriting Competition.
Applications for the 2011 Toronto Fringe Festival will be available online starting Sept. 16.
PlayPenn’s 2011 new play development conference is accepting applications from playwrights.