Dream Big North is Postponed

Dear Friends, 
 
Sometimes dreams do come true.  
 
We’re writing today to share with you the wonderful news of our partnership with Native Earth and the Centre for Social Innovation for the Dream Big Conversation. We’ve dared to vision vast and epic and have been rewarded.  However, like all earth-bound realities, time has been needed for reflection, and to ensure that everyone who has indicated interest in the divide between rural and urban theatre creation and production can take part.
 
To make this dream a reality, we have decided to reschedule our conversation to May 28-30 from our previous scheduled dates of Dec. 4-6.  We’re currently aligning teleconference and live-streaming to ensure that the maximum amount of Northern ON artists possible can join us in our conversations.  
 
We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.  For those of you who have already registered, we will be in touch to either issue a refund or re-register you for the May 28-30 date. 
 
Thanks for being a part of the conversation.  We’re excited!
 
Sincerely,
 
Jane A. Smythe

Conference Coordinator, Dream Big North 2017

Register

Attention #theatre #artists!

Playwrights Guild of Canada will be facilitating a Creator Exchange as a part of Dream Big North 2017, a low pressure and informal networking event for theatre creators to talk about the work they are doing or the work they would like to do!

Learn more about the Creator Exchange happening at Dream Big North 2017 here. 

Register for Dream Big North 2017 – theatre summit to reserve your spot – tickets are only $25 for the whole event: http://bit.ly/DreamBigNorth2017