Did you know that the Canada Council has just announced its new funding model? By 2017, 6 new non-disciplinary programs will replace the current 147 programs.
The Theatre Section supports the creation, production and dissemination of professional theatre, and respects diversity of practices,...
Toronto’s Studio 180 aims to produce socially-relevant theatre that tackles important issues. Examples from 2011-12: the Pulitzer Prize-winning race-related satire Clybourne Park; and The Normal Heart, a touching play about love and loss in the 1980s during the AIDS crisis in NYC. Learn how the Council supports their programming.
Here's a handy tool: a searchable database of past grant recipients and prize winners.
The organization, an arm’s length agency of the federal government, will transform its current suite of 147 discipline-based programs into six national, non-disciplinary programs.
Prepared by the Canada Council’s Research and Evaluation Section, these data tables use locked CADAC data to highlight revenue...
Engagement by Montréal’s Afghan community and Canadian war vets helped Teesri Duniya Theatre bring a playwright’s vision to the stage.