Photo: Sara Porter, Sara Does a Solo
We are fully booked for the remainder of 2019, and look forward to hearing about your 2020 projects!
Common Boots Theatre - How do we hold different truths together in the same space? During Canada’s last federal election, a group of theatre makers volunteered for local elections. These eyewitness accounts provided fodder for the new Canadian play The Election, by Natasha Greenblatt and Yolanda Bonnell with the company. Exploring the intersection of Indigenous, Settler and Newcomer experience with the political process, The Election sparks urgent dialogue just as Canadians are about to take another swing at the ballot box.This play has been imagined and produced with a diverse audience in mind. Integrated Audio Description, ASL interpretation, Touch tours, and Relaxed performances will be available at various times throughout the show. October 2019
Carousel Players is committed to inclusive and diverse stories that contribute to a dialogue about how young people interact with their peers, their friends, their families, teachers, and society at large. Our work as a company is to listen to that voice and reflect it in our work. We provide a space where young people’s stories and dreams can be supported and heard, and where they can be active contributors to their current narrative. Ongoing Digital Strategy Consultation 2019
2b theatre company creates original theatre in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, and tours their productions around the world. They have performed in 58 cities in 12 countries across 5 continents. Ongoing Digital Strategy Consultation 2019.
Sara Porter Dance - Getting To Know Your Fruit. Sara Porter is a dynamic performer, choreographer, writer and teacher with a distinctive voice and a broad palette. Hailed for her humour, she has created over twenty multi-disciplinary works since 1990, including her one-woman show – Sara does a Solo – that recently toured to festivals across Canada and the US. May 2020
Grimhaus Productions - in development, coming soon!
Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund (OCAF)
The Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund (OCAF) was established in 1999. It has two aims: to increase cultural tourism by providing investments to assist Ontario organizations to develop, promote and present one-off or first time events, or a significant expansion of existing activity, which are designed to attract new tourists and visitors to cultural events; and to increase the earned revenue capability of the applicant organization. Since 1999, the Government of Ontario has invested $32 million in the Fund and the success of the over 450 initiatives in which OCAF has invested has led to a healthy replenishment of the Fund for future projects. Attendance to OCAF funded events has reached 35 million to date. Ongoing.