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The PARC 2022 Annual Playwrights Retreat - Now Accepting Applications

December 01, 2021

Playwrights Atlantic Resource Centre will be hosting the 2022 PARC Playwrights’ Retreat from May 8th - 22nd in Sackville, New Brunswick on the Mount Allison University campus (or remotely as required due to COVID regulations at the scheduled time).


Down To The Wood: A Playwriting Workshop with Andrea Scott

November 23, 2021

This workshop will be about taking an idea, a sketch of an idea and turning it into the beginning of a first draft. Using images, themes, and motivation (which all start with character), Andrea will help a playwright take that spark of an idea into a story that can live on stage.


The PARC Playwright Profile For November 2021 is shalan joudry!

November 03, 2021

shalan joudry is a Mi'kmaw oral storyteller, poet, podcast producer, drummer/singer, playwright and ecologist. Using her theatrical background, shalan brings Mi’kmaw stories to a new generation of listeners, as well as recounting personally crafted narratives that follow Mi’kmaw storying custom. shalan has shared her poetry, oral storytelling and drum singing with numerous stages and events for over a decade.


The PARC Playwright Profile for October 2021 is Nicole Smith!

October 03, 2021

Nicole Leona Smith is a writer, theatre creator, director, and producer. She studied theatre at the University of Guelph and her work as a playwright has been supported by the Canada Council for the Arts, the Ontario Arts Council (OAC), the Shaw Festival, mammalian diving reflex and Canadian Stage.


The PARC Playwright Profile for September 2021 is Cameron MacDuffee!

September 02, 2021

Cameron MacDuffee is an actor, musician, producer, playwright and aspiring farmer who lives on Prince Edward Island.