Join us on June 29th, 2018, to explore dramaturgical practice, and new play development in Canada
Dramaturgically Speaking - a community dialogue
Hosted by the Manitoba Association of Playwrights
What - a panel and seminar exploring dramaturgical practice, and new play development in Canada.
When - Friday, June 29th, 1:30 pm to 4:00 pm
Where - Cinematheque, main floor, 100 Arthur St. (Artspace building in the Exchange District)
Please join us for an afternoon of lively discussion and Q. & A. as we dip into all things dramaturgical. What is it? What are ‘best practices’? What should you expect from a dramaturg? What don’t they do? You’ve got a play, now what?
An exploration of how we support new work here and across the country.
Facilitator - Brian Drader, Executive Director, MAP
Joanna Falck, Literary Manager, Tarragon Theatre, Toronto
Bill Kerr, Professor, University of Manitoba, and freelance dramaturg and theatre artist
Ellen Peterson, freelance dramaturg and theatre artist
Sarah Garton Stanley, Associate Artistic Director, The National Arts Centre, Ottawa
Emma Tibaldo, Artistic Director, Playwrights Workshop Montreal
This panel is free to MAP members and the Winnipeg Theatre community at large. Although free, I would kindly ask you to confirm your attendance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, as seating will be limited.
For more information, please contact Brian Drader at the MAP office.
This event is generously supported by the Canada Council for the Arts.