Announcing Nightwood’s 2022 OAC RGTC Recipients

Nightwood Theatre is delighted to share the incredible artists we have selected to receive Ontario Arts Council’s Recommender Grants for Theatre Creators (RGTC)! We were honoured to receive so many engaging applications and we thank everyone who took the time to share more about their exciting work-in-progress! Congratulations to Nightwood’s 2022 OAC RGTC recipients (pictured above left to …

Poster for Lost Together. SHIRA LEUCHTER and MICHAELA WASHBURN stand in front of a wall postered with line drawing of faces. Sheila and Shira have lines drawn on their faces similar to the posters behind them.

Lost Together Opens This Tuesday!

We can’t wait to share UnSpun Theatre‘s innovative and personal live art piece Lost Together with you next week as it kicks-off its run from May 25th to June 5th! Winner of the SummerWorks Performance Festival’s Production Prize in 2018, we are delighted to share that the first three days of the run have completely sold out and that there …

Witness Embodying Power and Place by April 11th!

Thank you to everyone who joined us for the launch of Embodying Power and Place this past week! With twelve artistic responses from a dozen brilliant artists to each of the chapters of the final report from the federal commission on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, this digital experience stirs up so many essential discussions. If …

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Commissions Awarded to Yolanda Bonnell and Rose Napoli

Photo of Yolanda Bonnell by Graham Isador. Photo of Rose Napoli by David Leyes. Commissions awarded to yolanda bonnell and rose napoli Thanks to the generosity of Nightwood supporter Kate Amesbury, we are thrilled to have awarded two commission fees, including seed development, of $5,000 to Yolanda Bonnell and Rose Napoli towards the development of …

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In Solidarity

If your feminism doesn’t address and aim to dismantle anti-Black racism, it isn’t feminism. Nightwood Theatre unequivocally condemns the systemic racism and persistent threats to Black and Indigenous lives, and adds our voices toward seeking urgent justice.

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Co-Playwriting with Andrea Scott and Nick Green – Nightwood Theatre’s Conversation Series

Award-winning playwrights Andrea Scott and Nick Green discuss how they came to co-write Every Day She Rose together, what they’ve learned in the process and the importance of allyship in this second episode of Nightwood Theatre’s Conversation Series. Click here to listen to the first episode! A huge thank you to Paper Bag Records artist Laura Barrett for permission …

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