The National Arts Centre’s National Creation Fund invests up to $3 million a year in the development of 15 to 20 compelling and ambitious new Canadian works in theatre, dance, music and inter-disciplinary performing arts. Fuelled entirely by donors, the Fund provides Canadian artists with the additional time, space and resources they need to create great work.
The Fund invests in both new work, and in promising productions that need additional development after their initial run to produce stronger, more polished work that will be remounted and toured across Canada and around the world.
Inuit founding myths are the inspiration for Unikkaaqtuat, a cross-cultural blending of circus arts, theatre, music, and video.
In his new musical, The Invisible: Agents of Ungentlemanly Warfare, Jonathan Christenson maintains that the elite female agents Britain sent to France to help dismantle Nazi Germany were a formidable force.
Dana Gingras' internationally lauded dance company, Animals of Distinction, collaborates with the experimental post-rock band Fly Pan Am and members of the UK-based collective United Visual Artists to create a provocative multimedia experience of motion, sound and light.
Volcano Theatre’s powerful collaboration is the driving force behind bringing new life to Treemonisha, Scott Joplin's ground-breaking 1911 opera.