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Maroon Bells Sunset by Mike Scheid

Welcome to Theatreagora.ca.

This October 22nd and 23rd, the Canadian Association for Theatre Research (CATR/ACRT) and the Société québécoise d’études théâtrales (SQET) will be holding the fourth act of our conference Crisis and Recovery: Theatre and Performance Before and After the Global Pandemic. Please join us on Theatreagora.ca to catch programming that was postponed this summer.

If you registered for the summer conference, you will be automatically pre-registered for the 4th act, and you can use the same username and password to join the sessions. If you did not register for the summer session and would like to attend the 4th act, please contact info@theatreagora.ca.

Upcoming events hosted by CATR & SQET members:

We acknowledge the support of the Canada Council for the Arts

Future Prairie Theatre

Reimagine and Rebuild Prairie Theatre

A series of 10 online sessions starting  at 6pm (Central)/ 7pm (Eastern) on the following dates: Nov. 1, 15 & 29; Dec. 13; Jan. 17 & 24; Feb. 14 & 28; Mar. 21.

(English-language only)

Click here for details

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The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly:

Academic Job Interviews in the Field of Performing Arts

Tuesday, November 23rd from 18:30-20:30

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Act 1-3 Keynote Speakers

Harvey Young

Boston University

The Crisis of the Live

Harvey Young is Dean of the College of Fine Arts at Boston University, where he is also Professor of English and Theatre.

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Kevin Loring

Indigenous Theatre, NAC

Returning the Page: How theatre practice must bravely return into a post-pandemic, de-colonial, anti-racist world

Kevin is N'lakap’amux from the Lytton First Nation in British Columbia.

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Sylvie Chalaye

l’Université Sorbonne Nouvelle

Becoming Maroon, a Model of Salvation for Theatre Creation

A specialist in African and diaspora dramaturgies, Sylvie Chalaye is also a historian and anthropologist of African performance and Black performing arts throughout the world.

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