The most accessible source for information, providing a platform for promotion to prospective producers, academics, researchers, students, other playwrights and theatre practitioners.
Stay connected with PARC's website and Facebook page. The website features many resources for playwrights and producers. Information on programs and services, the Catalogue of Atlantic Canadian plays, news and events, our script library collection listings and useful resource links are just a few of the things our website offers.
Be sure to “like” Playwrights Atlantic Resource Centre on Facebook. It is the fastest and easiest way to keep in touch with upcoming events, shows and workshops. Please feel free to keep in touch and post things you might be involved in!
Our physical library located on the Mount Allison University campus.
Since 2007, Mount Allison University has housed the PARC Library of Atlantic Canadian Scripts. The library contains over 350 Atlantic Canadian scripts, both published and unpublished. Building this collection continues to be a priority for PARC - any member with a finished work or a completed draft is welcome to have their work displayed in the library. In addition to full scripts, the library also features anthologies of monologues and scenes, reference materials, histories, as well as some digital media and a collection of posters, programs and other memorabilia from our members' shows.. Members, students, professors, potential producers and the public alike are all welcome to use the library.
The PARC Library is located in the basement of the Crabtree building on the Mount Allison University campus:
49A York Street, Sackville NB, E4L 1C7. To contact the library, you can either call us at 506-364-2122 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
An extensive list of members’ scripts, both published and unpublished.
The Catalogue of Atlantic Canadian Plays is a comprehensive list of scripts by Atlantic Canadian playwrights, both published and unpublished. Anyone can search through the catalogue on the PARC website by cast size, genre, playwright or number of acts. Each catalogue entry includes more detailed information in regards to cast gender breakdown, approximate run time, developmental and production history as well as contact information for production purposes.