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05Feb 19

Sara Meurling Steps Down as Executive Director of PACT

The Professional Association of Canadian Theatres (PACT) is announcing that Executive Director Sara Meurling has resigned for urgent family reasons. Her last day will be Friday February 15, 2019. Senior staff member and long-time PACT contributor Boomer Stacey will be stepping in as Interim Executive Director as the Board of Directors…

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04Feb 19

A Statement from PACT Region 6 (Quebec) on Theatre in Canada

In the past six months, the theatre community in Canada, and particularly in Quebec, have explored conversations on representation in theatre, cultural appropriation, power structures and privilege in art making, and the freedoms and responsibilities of artistic expression. Alongside the Conseil québécois du théâtre, the members of PACT (Region 6)…

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01Feb 19

A Chance to See Themselves Reflected

Roseneath Theatre By Naomi Bain, Drama Program Coordinator Established in 1983, Roseneath Theatre is one of the country’s leading producers of award-winning theatre for children and their families. Their commitment to excellence has earned them many accolades, including 51 Dora nominations and a total of 14 Awards. Andrew Lamb is…

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25Jan 19

Leaping Forward at Prairie Theatre Exchange

Prairie Theatre Exchange By Thomas Morgan Jones, Artistic Director It’s a dynamic time here at Prairie Theatre Exchange. For those not familiar with our theatre, we are a regional theatre dedicated to Canadian work, often producing world premieres, with a commitment to regional (Manitoban, Winnipeg) playwrights. We have a Playwrights’…

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24Jan 19

Resolving Employee Conflict

As a theatre manager, you are bound to come across conflict between your staff or others who work with your company. How you deal with it can have a great impact on the workplace. If conflict isn’t managed in a productive way, things can escalate and turn into larger issues,…

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18Jan 19

Nourishing Creative Vitality

Kaleidoscope Theatre for Young People By Misha Handman, Director of Operations & Development Kaleidoscope Theatre for Young People was founded on the belief that the creative instinct is vital to the strength and self-respect of all of us, and that if that creative vitality is not nourished in our children,…

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