Valentines, Civil Debates, Art-Science and March Break

More of a PSA than anything else today so let’s get started.

In the interest of my own list-making self and a bit of promo for my clients I’ve created a new page called  Current Clients – they are the production based ones with  basic info about each of them. It’s a very satisfying list on many levels.

If you make a donation to the Toronto Public Library Foundation, they’ll send out a Valentine for you.

Praxis Theatre spent some time at the Next Stage Festival, seeking input on their upcoming Civil Debates series.  After receiving over 100 suggestions for debate topics as well as a slew of suggestions for debaters through their interactive installation at The Next Stage Festival, Praxis Theatre and The Theatre Centre have distilled three resolutions to be tackled at the first three Civil Debates.
Admission: PWYC Doors at 7pm; debates at 7.30pm
The Theatre Centre Pop-Up, 1095 Queen St. W.

March 7, 2013 1: Creative Cities
Be it resolved that the Creative Cities theories serve to reinforce dominant class structures.
April 4, 2013 2: Arts Boards
Be it resolved that Boards of Directors have the right and responsibility to overrule the Artistic Direction of a theatre company.
May 2, 2013 3: Idle No More
Be it resolved that the issues that created the Idle No More movement require extreme methods to achieve change.

Interesting list of places online (and IRL) that science and art collide.

And finally MAAAARRRRRRCH BREAAAAAAAAAK! YEAH! (TM Milhouse VanHouten)Crow’s Theatre is doing a March Break Camp. It looks awesome. So do the instructors. Details to be found here. You know they have a new home, right?



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