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[caption id="attachment_61" align="alignleft" width="278"] William Lyon MacKenzie King with his faithful companion Pat[/caption] Pat the Dog Theatre Creation has been serving emerging and established playwrights and theatre creators in Ontario since 2006. Our non-profit organization is a member of the Playwrights’ Development Centres of Canada and...

PlaySmelter 2015 – Sudbury’s reading series of local plays-in-progress now in its third year From May 6– 9 four new plays will be given their first readings in front of a live audience as part of PlaySmelter, Sudbury’s festival of new play readings. Homegrown writers...

November 20, 2014… Pat the Dog Theatre Creation is pleased to announce that they have received $235,400 in funding from the Province-wide Program of the Ontario Trillium Foundation. The funding, $235,400 over 36 months, is to offer programs and services for playwrights and build partnerships with...

Pat the Dog Theatre Creation Partners with Playwrights Guild of Canada and Theatre Sector’s Major Players for Equity in Theatre (EIT) "Spearhead by Playwrights Guild of Canada (PGC) and Pat the Dog Theatre Creation, EIT was formed in part owing to the discovery that even though...

On May 6, 2014, Pat the Dog held its second-annual PlaySmelter festival of new works in Northern Ontario. As part of that festival, we invited Governor General's award-winning playwright Colleen Murphy to lead a playwriting Master Class. Her knowledge and experience, but most of all...

Pat the Dog is once again accepting applications for Theatre Creators’ Reserve. Pat the Dog Theatre Creation has been chosen as a recommender for funding by the Ontario Arts Council under its Theatre Creators’ Reserve Program. As part of this program, individual professional artists and collectives...

  PlaySmelter 2014 – Sudbury’s reading series of local plays-in-progress expands for its second year From May 6– 10, four new plays will be given their first readings in front of a live audience as part of PlaySmelter, at the Jubilee Centre. Governor General’s Award-winning playwright Colleen...

From REAP Waterloo News March 22, 2013   What do you get if you mix technology and theatre, bringing together technology inventors and Canadian playwrights? First, you get the Tech + Tech event, hosted at Quarry Integrations at its Felt lab from March 8th to 10th, and, second,...