“This shared co-curation model affords us the chance to provide more opportunities to Black artists and bring even more stories from Black communities to Canadian audiences,” said BTW Artistic Director Quincy Armorer.
The NAC has funded twelve of Canada’s most innovative theatre companies to create and perform large-scale, new works in response to these challenging times.
As many Canadians are marching to demand action around climate change, we are committed more than ever to sustainable practices in the performing arts and we want to share some of the collaborative work that is happening.
The Cycle is a two-year research project that gathers practitioners around big ideas and engage with the concerns of our contemporary society in theatrical terms.
Join NAC English Theatre Artistic Director Jillian Keiley as she chats with artistic leaders from across the theatrical spectrum, about the daily dilemmas, tough questions and thorny challenges that come with the job.
Thank you to the Friends of English Theatre for their passion and continued support.