The story of Indigenous People in Canada is the longest, most dramatic saga in our history, and it continues today. Audiences need to hear that story. It is part of who we are.
As part of Canada's 2017 sesquicentennial celebrations, we will be taking English Theatre's most popular recent production, Tartuffe by east-coast comedy genius Andy Jones, back from whence it came!
Great theatrical ideas need a lot of attention and support to grow; The Collaborations invests in those ideas.
Beginning in the fall of 2017, the National Creation Fund will invest $3 million a year in 15 to 20 compelling and ambitious new Canadian works in theatre, dance and music.
The Siminovitch Prize and the National Arts Centre partner for Canada’s most prestigious award in theatre
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
Learn about NAC English Theatre productions through an encounter with NAC English Theatre and two special guests offering unique perspectives on the piece.
NAC English Theatre is committed to nurturing our country’s cultural ecology by investing in and strengthening the work of emerging artists, with emphasis on diverse representation on Canadian stages.