Did you know that the inaugural production of this partnership, Naked Tourist, Sacred Mountain, played to full houses, introduced some members of our Malaysian community to Live Five for the first time, and received funding to do a tour?
Get after it!!
Here is a list of the plays and playwrights included in the next Shortcuts Festival, to be held in the winter of 2019. Notice how many Saskatchewan playwrights there are here? All but one. Great job you guys. Looking forward to working with you. The Watch by Jenna Berenbaum Possum by S. E. Grummett Asylum of the Birds by Lauren Holfeuer A Million Words Unspoken by Terry Jordan 172 Push-Ups by Scott Mullen Before Dawn by Aaron Marie Nepoose
It finally feels like spring and our attention turns now to the Spring Festival of New Plays taking place May 23rd to 27th. All workshops and public readings will take place at Persephone Theatre and we are excited and grateful for their partnership with us.
Did you know that 4 plays will have full readings this year? Did you know that on May 23rd at 7:00 we will have a kick-off reception in Persephone’s lobby, followed by readings of excerpts from plays in this year’s SPC/Persephone Playwrights Unit?
Did you know that there are more details here? https://saskplaywrights.ca/program/spring-festival-of-new-plays/
Do you want us to stop asking questions now? Do you?
THE LAST SUNDAY
Please accept our apology for giving the wrong date
in our previous
email. The Last Sunday will take place on April 29th, not on the 25th.
See you there!
IT’S THE LAST SUNDAY!
New music by Efren Pereira
A new play by Jennifer Bishop
A rant by Marley Ducket
And a hot seat interview with former MLA Rob Norris
Join us April 29th at the corner of 733 Broadway Ave at 730pm.
The event is free and all are welcome.
There will be a cash bar.
Saskatoon Playwrights Circle
The Circle meets on the 3rd Monday of the month from 7:00 to 9:00 in room 727 of the Bessborough. It will return again in the fall of 2018.
Have a play? Let Andrew know at firstname.lastname@example.org
Regina Playwrights Circle
The Regina Playwrights Reading Circle is organized by the Centre for the Study of Script Development to provide regular monthly opportunities for playwrights to have work in progress read by actors and for them to receive feedback from other writers and the actors. Anyone interested in having a reading should contact Mary Blackstone, Centre Director at email@example.com. Circle gatherings run from 7:00-9:00PM in Riddell Centre 178 at the University of Regina. Watch for announcements abou the upcoming 2018-2019 season in the fall.
Indigenous Playwrights Circle
Our first meeting of the year was terrific. Great group of young and enthusiastic artists. There is still room for more. If you would like to join this group, or would like more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Regina Playwrights Reading SeriesThis year’s 2017-2018 season of the Regina Playwrights Reading Series is jointly hosted by the English and Theatre Departments at the University of Regina in partnership with the Centre for the Study of Script Development and the Saskatchewan Writers Guild thanks to funding from the Playwrights Guild of Canada. Fall readings featured Nicolas Billon, whose play Butcher will shortly be produced at Persephone Theatre, and Hope McIntyre, Saskatoon native and long-term organizer of Winnipeg’s Femfest. All winter readings will begin at 8:00PM on the U of R campus in Research and Innovation Centre 119. Watch for more details about 2018-2019 season.
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