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  • Neema Bickersteth

    Nightwood Theatre’s festival of new work is back! This year the New Groundswell Festival features a full line-up of workshop productions, readings, salons AND a panckake breakfast. Part of the workshop series is a remount

    February 18, 2014 • Arts: 9-5 • Views: 771

  • Jajube Mandiela

    Jajube Mandiela is the Co-Artistic Director of b-current, an independent theatre company in Toronto that strives to create space for culturally diverse artists to be heard. Jajube answered the 9-5 questionaire and has some of the

    February 18, 2014 • Arts: 9-5 • Views: 708

  • Peggy Coffey

    Russia has been in the headlines quite a bit lately – and for mostly unsavoury stuff. But they’re not all bad. In fact, their dedication and innovations to the arts, specifically theatre, is pretty much second to the

    February 18, 2014 • Arts: 9-5 • Views: 802

  • Naomi Wright

    The Bloomsbury Collective is a group of female artists who are passionate about creating art. And about Virginia Woolf.  Opening next week, this collection of women take on an immersive stage adaptation of “A Room of

    February 18, 2014 • Arts: 9-5 • Views: 800

  • Carly Chamberlain

    Carly Chamberlain (a.k.a. Jack-of-all-Theatre-Trades) is taking on yet another role withNeoteny Theatre, and fortunately for us, her boldness overcomes her fear. 1. Where do you work? Can you sum it up in 3 sentences or less? I

    February 18, 2014 • Arts: 9-5 • Views: 704

  • Samantha Serles

    Samantha Serles works at Theatre Passe Muraille and has a uniquely fabulous job in theatre scene. She also has a very cute pic, and some of my favourite answers to the monthly Qs.  Read ’em. 1. Where do you work? Can you

    February 18, 2014 • Arts: 9-5 • Views: 780

  • Denyse Karn

    If you’ve ever worked in Theatre in Toronto, chances are you know Denyse Karn. With almost 3 decades of experience under her belt, I’m pretty sure she could produce a show by herself, play all the parts, while calling

    February 18, 2014 • Arts: 9-5 • Views: 682

  • Megan Mooney

    1. Where do you work/what do you do? Can you sum it up in 3 sentences or less? I am the Founding Editor of Mooney on Theatre. I built the publication up, and now provide general strategic direction and keep pushing my beliefs of

    February 18, 2014 • Arts: 9-5 • Views: 536

  • Monica Dotter

    Whether you identify with male or female, the common notion of “having it all” is (hopefully) understood as an unrealistic expectation. However there ARE those people that do seem to lean more towards the

    February 18, 2014 • Arts: 9-5 • Views: 559

  • Tina Rasmussen

    Currently the Director of Performing Arts at Harbourfront Centre, where she’s busy(!) using her artistic intelligence to program World Stage Festival, HATCH (emerging artists program), HarbourKIDS (family programming),

    February 18, 2014 • Arts: 9-5 • Views: 558