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@PGuildCanada 2h
If you missed “The Training Room” sessions offered by Soulpepper, you can watch three rebroadcasts here with Philip Akin, Nina Lee Aquino and Weyni Mengesha:
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@PGuildCanada 5h
“These Truths” is a limited-run podcast from the PEN World Voices Festival. Listen to acclaimed Black playwrights Lynn Nottage and Jeremy O. Harris talk about their most compelling questions facing modern theatre.
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@PGuildCanada 8h
Outside the March has partnered with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Toronto to offer their “Mundane Mysteries: Playdate Experience” to as many pairings of Bigs and Littles as possible. Donate to help bring this experience to kids in need. Check it out here:
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@PGuildCanada Aug 2
Here’s some intel from trial performances being performed in the UK:
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@PGuildCanada Aug 2
Check out Access Reelworld, the most comprehensive database of Indigenous, Black, Asian, South Asian, Middle Eastern, Latinx, and all other racially diverse communities in all areas of the Canadian, screen-based, entertainment industry. 
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@PGuildCanada Aug 2
Myseum of Toronto is still offering this incredible opportunity to talk one-on-one or in groups with Elder Duke Redbird in “Ask An Elder”. Sign up for free here:
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@PGuildCanada Aug 1
Watch a full reading of George Bernard Shaw’s “Misalliance” with a stellar cast in the fun “Stars in the House” series here:
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@PGuildCanada Aug 1
Want to learn sign language? Deaf & Hear Alberta have some great online ASL courses coming up! Sign up here:
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@PGuildCanada Aug 1
Until October 1st, Tapestry Opera is bringing live music to Toronto communities with “Box Concerts”! They’re offering free concerts to communities, care homes, frontline workers, and selling tickets for curbside performances. Check it out and book here:
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@PGuildCanada Aug 1
Congratulations to PGC Member Ganesh Thavarajah who is one of five recipients of fu-gen’s Future Generation Scholarships for Volcano’s 2020 Conservatory!
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@PGuildCanada Jul 31
Workshop West Playwrights’ Theatre welcomes two PGC members to their staff: Beth Graham (Resident Dramaturg) and Josh Languedoc (Youth and Education Coordinator)! Check out these company interviews! Beth: Josh:
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@PGuildCanada Jul 31
We love this cross-Canada tour “I Read Plays” from Playwrights Canada Press! The first stop features two PGC Members: Renellta Arluk reading “Burning Vision” by Marie Clements. Share your favourite Canadian plays online using the hashtag
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@PGuildCanada Jul 31
Congratulations to PGC Member Merlin Simard who is joining Theatre Passe Muraille as Intern Dramaturge!
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@PGuildCanada Jul 31
Ship's Company Theatre Society continues its Shipwright Sessions with “Silence: Mabel and Alexander Graham Bell” by PGC Member Trina Davies tonight at 8pm AST. Don’t miss this unique story told through Mabel’s point of view here:
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@PGuildCanada Jul 30
In efforts to increase support for the Black Arts community, Toronto Arts Council is holding consultations and want to hear from Black artists on how to best spend these funds. To contribute, click the link to complete a 10 min survey:
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@PGuildCanada Jul 30
Theatre reviews are rare these days so we’re happy to share this praise from PGC Member Steven Elliott Jackson’s virtual tour of “Sarah/Frank”: You can still buy tickets to the audio performance here until August 9th:
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@PGuildCanada Jul 30
PlayMe Podcast by Expect Theatre has commissioned seven short audio plays in a new series called “The Quarantine Chronicles”. The first is “Don’t Get Me Startered”, an absurd comedy by PGC Member Mark Crawford about a rogue sourdough starter! Listen here:
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@PGuildCanada Jul 30
Ship's Company Theatre continues its Shipwright Sessions with “Silence: Mabel and Alexander Graham Bell” by PGC Member Trina Davies tomorrow at 8pm AST. Don’t miss this unique story told through Mabel’s point of view here:
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@PGuildCanada Jul 29
Let Harbourfront Centre’s “Summer Music in the Garden at Home” series bring tranquility to your day. The next online concerts can be enjoyed tomorrow night and Sunday afternoon. Check out the summer schedule here:
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@PGuildCanada Jul 29
Shadowpath Theatre Productions invites you to their monthly “Play Reading Club” to unearth classical works written by women from 11th century to 1950s. Members read plays ahead of time and discuss online. The next meeting happens tomorrow at 7pm EST here:
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