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Theatre Ontario Festival 2019

05 April 2019 May 15 - 19, 2019
Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts Theatre Ontario & The Curtain Club Theatre

The Curtain Club is proud to be the host community theatre group for the 2019 Theatre Ontario Festival. The Curtain Club Theatre, in partnership with Theatre Ontario and the Association of Community Theatres – Central Ontario bring you an awesome festival of theatre and workshops! 

The annual Theatre Ontario Festival is:

  • showcase of outstanding community theatre production
  • symposium for passionate, dedicated community theatre artists
  • celebration of excellence in community theatre
  • destination bringing together theatre lovers from across the province

Join the conversation at #TOfest

For a list of performances and activities, visit:

To purchase tickets to the festival, visit: 

For more information, tickets, sponsorship/advertising opportunities and to hear more about the festival visit The Curtain Club Theatre's website!

It’s going to be a wonderful week of theatre! 

Funding for Social Startups

05 April 2019 6:30 - 9:00 pm
YSpace Markham (169 Enterprise Blvd, Markham, ON L6G 0E7) Gen I

How can a social purpose organization become financially sustainable?
Whether you're seeking funding for a social enterprise or non-profit, looking to invest in social startups, or are simply impact-curious, come hear our panel of social purpose funding experts discuss how impact investing, grants, and other channels of funding work together to support world-changing work.  Join us in conversation to learn more. 

Shadowpath Theatre Productions - Improv Workshop

03 April 2019 6:30-8:00pm
BB Cafe; 10067 Yonge Street Richmond Hill, ON L4C 1T9 Shadowpath Theatre Productions

Improve your Improv

If you stumble, make it part of the dance. Improvisation allows you to adapt and overcome! This adult class is for those looking to develop confidence, creative-thinking and collaborative skills. Using improv exercises and games, participants will have fun while improving upon public speaking, communication and freeing imagination. AND it’s not just for laughs! These transferable skills can help you combat nerves, adjust to change, handle conflict and share opinions effectively, teaching you how to read a room and enhance the energy within it.

Issac Asimov said, To succeed, planning alone is insufficient. One must improvise as well.

Session includes: Communication exercises, drama games and of course, improvization.

Location: BB Cafe (upstairs), 10067 Yonge St, Richmond Hill (Yonge & Major Mackenzie)

Coffee, tea, housemade pastries & cafe dishes are the specialty at this relaxed, intimate standby. Arrive early and grab a snack with us.

Curious but don't want to commit just yet? Join us in our audience gallery and see what everyone's laughing about.

To register CLICK HERE.

York Region Arts Council, YRAC

395 Mulock Drive,
Newmarket, ON. L3Y 4Y9

Phone: 905-726-3278
Fax: 905-726-2788

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