Join us for conversations about innovation and excellence in Canadian theatre.
December 1, 2022 - Click to watch Take part in an evening honouring theatre direction in Canada, featuring the premiere of short documentaries about each of the four Siminovitch Prize finalists and the announcement of the 2022 Siminovitch Prize Laureate and Protégé.
September 27, 2022 - Click here to watch Restaging the Classics will tackle the tall task of responsible reimagining. How can we continue to stage iconic and classic tales rife with problematic and antiquated ideas? That is the very question our panel of theatrical experts seeks to answer.
May 25, 2022 - Click here to watch Watch the Siminovitch Forum on Identity & Storytelling to hear leading voices in the performing arts speak about issues of representation, identity, and what lies ahead for the future of Canadian storytelling.
March 8, 2022 - Click here to watch The Siminovitch Forum on Feminist Theatre took place on International Women’s Day 2022. Five remarkable Canadian theatre creators shared their unique views on how they’re creating change in the industry, both behind the scenes and on stage.
December 2, 2021 - Click here to watch Take an intimate look at what makes the 2021 Siminovitch Prize finalists leaders in their field. Enjoy intimate documentaries about each of the artists, and hear speeches from this year's Siminovitch Prize Laureate and Protégés.
October 28, 2021 - Click to watch The 2021 Siminovitch Prize finalists met for a deep-dive discussion on the innovations and excellence on display in the field of Canadian theatre design. See why Gillian Gallow, Michelle Ramsay, Linda Brunelle, and Nancy Bryant were named finalists for the prestigious Siminovitch Prize.
September 23, 2021 - Click here to watch Panelists Mercedes Bátiz-Bénet, Aaron Collier, Debbie Patterson, Syrus Marcus Ware, and host Mitchell Cushman met for a stimulating conversation on the innovations and creative strides being made in the field of immersive theatre.
April 29, 2021 - Click here to watch Science and art have so much to learn from one another. Top theatre-makers and scientific minds from across Canada met to discuss the exciting possibilities that can come from the merging of these two disciplines.