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Christopher Plummer

Theatre Museum Presents CHRISTOPHER PLUMMER: A MEMOIR

In category: Events News

Please join us for this special screening of CHRISTOPHER PLUMMER: A MEMOIR  a new documentary film featuring Christopher Plummer in conversation with Atom Egoyan.

Thursday May 16
5:00pm – Pre-show Reception
6:30pm – Film Screening (90 Minutes)
Followed by a Q&A

Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema
506 Bloor Street West (just east of Bathurst Street)

General Admission (FREE); Film Only

Producers Reception ($125);

Read more…

GET YOUR TICKETS at the Hot Docs Online Box Office HERE

Or phone The Hot Docs Box Office at 416-637-3123

Behind the curtain

Behind the curtain

In category: Exhibitions

A pop-up exhibit in the lobby of The Elgin Theatre, 189 Yonge St, Toronto, M5B 1M.

11am to 3pm, Wednesdays to Saturdays
Throughout July & August 2017

This free pop-up exhibit offered the rare chance to see costumes and other theatre wonders up close.

Man Looking at DAVID FRENCH

David French: Writing Home

In category: Exhibitions

Produced by the National Arts Centre in association with Theatre Museum Canada

This exhibit is currently available for touring to venues across Canada.

For more information about this option, please contact:
Judi Pearl
National Arts Centre English Theatre
613-947-7000 ext.

Tom Hendry in Barbados

TOM HENDRY: Kickstarter of Canadian Theatre

In category: Exhibitions

October 2014
to July 2016

Macdonald Heaslip Walkway of Theatre History

Tom was a playwright, producer, administrator, director, literary manager, policy creator, founder – and it turns out, a collector of posters. (Most of the posters in this exhibit were kept in a box under his bed).

A Day In The Life Of A Playwright

In category: Events

Theatre Museum Goes Backstage
Free Public Learning Event

Monday March 31, 2014
Hosted by Ryerson Theatre School

Join us to hear these wonderful playwrights discuss a day in the life of a writer.

Panelists included:
Morwyn Brebner
Lisa Codrington
Sheldon Rosen

This event was made possible by donations to Theatre Museum Canada made in memory of its Founding Chair, Herbert Whittaker.

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