Do you want to know more about theatre? Theatre Museum Goes Backstage is our series of public events offering you a sneak peek into the creative processes of theatre
Do you want to see a session you missed? Thanks to support from our donors,we can record these discussions and share them with you and future audiences.
Recorded Friday November 30, 2007 at The Bata Shoe Museum.
This conversation explores the process of creating shoes from the perspective of a shoemaker, costume designer, actor and director. Panel guests include:
Shoemaker Jeff Churchill
Designer Shawn Kerwin
Actor/ Director David Storch
Recorded January 30, 2009 at George Brown Theatre School
Join some of the cast and crew from Toronto Workshop Productions’ Ten Lost Years telling stories about rehearsing and creating the show that rocked Canadian theatre.
Moderated by Alex Fallis (theatre history instructor)
Panel guests include:
This is our current (and expanding) list of interesting sites. Please contact us if you know of something we should add – or if you have suggestions about categories that would interest you.
International Puppeteers Union (UNIMA)
Architects and Technicians (OISTAT)
London England’s Theatre Museum (now part of the V&A Museum)
Queensland Performing Arts Museum (Brisbane, Australia)
His Majesty’s Theatre Collection (Perth, Australia)
The Flemish Theatre Institute (Belgium)
France’s Comedie-Francais Museum (Paris)
Israel’s Theatre Museum & Archive (Jerusalem)
The Aleksei Bakhrushin Central Theatre Museum (Moscow, Russia)
The Documentation Centre of Performing Arts in Andalusia, Spain
Theatre Museum at La Scala (Milan, Italy)
Professional Association of Canadian Theatres (Includes a list of its approximately 140 member organizations)
Theatre Canada (Community & Educational Theatre)
Opera.ca (the voice of opera in Canada)
International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (includes links to Canadian districts and locals)