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  • 06 Jul 2019 7:00 PM | Catherine Frid

    Catherine Frid's new play about John McCrae, the Guelph-born poet who wrote "In Flanders Fields" premieres at the McCrae House Backyard Theatre July 6 - 20. Director: Valerie Senyk, Actor: Bryndyn Boonstra.

  • 03 Jul 2019 12:50 PM | Catherine Frid

    New musical Spend Your Kids' Inheritance will be part of the Toronto Fringe Festival, July 3 - 14. Book and lyrics by Catherine Frid, music by Frank Hovat, directed by Andrew Lamb. Tickets $13.

  • 08 Jun 2019 7:30 PM | Anonymous

    ”The Ties that Bind,” a play by Nancy Temple, about the relationship between a mother and her adopted daughter, was accepted to Theatre One’s Slice of Life Festival, June 7-9, 2019, at the Alley Theatre in Middleboro, MA. Audiences will vote on best play, and the winner will go on to development with Theatre One.

  • 02 Jun 2019 12:11 PM | Patricia Milton

    The Victorian Ladies' Detective Collective by Patricia Milton

    World Premiere directed by Gary Graves, with Chelsea Bearce, Alan Coyne, Stacy Ross, and Jan Zvaifler

    A "cheeky thriller" that centers women detectives and victims instead of the killer. In 1893, a serial killer not unlike Jack the Ripper terrorizes actresses in the Battersea district of London. As the police have been unable to stop the Battersea Butcher, three women who live in Mrs. Hunter's Lodging House for Ladies take up the task. But without modern forensics, access to crime scenes, or cooperation from the authorities, how can they succeed?

    Thu-Sun, May 4–Jun 2 , at Central Works Theatre

    2315 Durant Ave, Berkeley, CA 94704

  • 18 May 2019 2:00 PM | Catherine Frid

    Sowing Seeds, a new play in development by Catherine Frid, will receive a reading at Alumnae Theatre's Big Ideas Festival in Toronto. Sowing Seeds is a two-hander about Nellie McClung, Canada's famous feminist, novelist, public speaker and politician. Admission is by donation.

  • 18 Apr 2019 7:00 PM | Lucia Verona

    TEATRUL DRAMATURGILOR ROMÂNI (Romanian Dramatists Theater)

    BUCUREȘTI - Bucharest, Romania

    Calea Griviței nr. 64-66

    Comedy. The world and the theatre turned inside out.

    Director: Ruxandra Bălașu

    With: Marius Bodochi, Monica Davidescu and others.

    The performance has supertitles in English.

    See full cast, ticketing, photos and video at

  • 15 Apr 2019 9:30 AM | Catherine Frid

    Catherine Frid's play AfterWhys, about hope and resilience for those whose lives have been impacted by suicide, is receiving two public performances:

    Monday April 15 @ 9:30 am, Evergreen Centre, 683 Woolwich Street, Guelph, Ontario

    Tuesday April 16 @ 7 pm, Wellington County Museum, 0536 Wellington Road 18, Aboyne, Ontario

    There is no charge for these  performances, which are generously sponsored by the Gambling Research Exchange Ontario.

  • 08 Apr 2019 11:46 AM | Patricia L. Morin (Administrator)

    A Staged Reading of my full-length play: “A Clean Well-Lighted Park Bench" on April 8th at 7:30 PM at The Shelton Theatre Company - 533 Sutter St, San Francisco, CA. 

    Guilt ridden, sitting alone on a moonlit park bench, Saul wonders aloud, "Is tonight my night to finally die?" A park bench, under a flickering lamppost, entices its visitors to share their guilt, mainly lamenting to the moon. With threads of Waiting For Godot, Zoo Story, and I'm Not Rappaport, Octogenarian Saul shares his anguish about killing his nagging, loquacious wife. The shadow people who live in the park refuse to come into the light as Saul refuses to wander into the darkness ...

  • 05 Apr 2019 3:49 PM | Carol Libman

    AIRPORT TALES, by Carol Libman, at Garrison Little Theatre, Fort Erie, Ontario,  April 5 - 7 and 12 - 14. 1101 Dipietro St.

    Evalina, a Canadian indomitable senior citizen, is journeying back to the old homestead to celebrate her birthday.  Along the way, this no-nonsense granny dispenses and receives valuable life advice from unlikely sources, and develops friendships that will last for the rest of her life.

    Airport Tales is a light-hearted, delightful, funny and above all human on-stage "Road Movie"... at 30,000 feet.

  • 05 Apr 2019 3:40 PM | Carol Libman

    What happens when a long-held family secret is secret no longer?

    "LIES AND CONSEQUENCES" by Carol Libman, directed by Jeanette Dagger, will be presented by Rare Day Projects at the Red Sandcastle Theatre, 922 Queen Street East, Toronto, Canada, from April 30 thrugh May 5.

    Performances are April 30 - May 4 at 8 p.m, with matinees may 2,4 and 5 at 2 p.m.  There will be a talk-back after the May 2 matinee. Tickets are available at the door: $25 general, $20 students, seniors, arts workers; or online, $20 from

    This production is under the Canadian Actors' Equity Artists' Collective Policy.

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