The National Theatre School of Canada in Montreal and the SpiderWebShow present From Where I Stand, A Forum of Perspectives on Canadian Theatre livestreaming on the global, commons-based peer produced HowlRound TV network at howlround.tv on Saturday, October 4 at 10am-1pm EDT (Montreal) / 8am-11am MDT (Calgary) / 7am-10am PDT (Vancouver) / 14:00 GMT / 3pm BST (London, UK).
Taking place in Montreal, this is a forum designed to reflect on Canadian theatre through the eyes of current practitioners. Join an interactive discussion about Canada’s theatrical landscape bringing together professionals with diverse generational and stylistic backgrounds. In Twitter, use hashtag #CdnCult to participate in online conversation. Additionally, follow @HowlRoundTV and hashtag #howlround.
Five-minute talks followed by a long-table discussion include:
Mel Hague (Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, Toronto)
Djanet Sears (Toronto)
Sarah Garton Stanley (National Arts Centre, Ottawa/Kingston) with National Theatre School English Section Directing students Carly Chamberlain and Tanya Rintoul.
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