Finding Your Fringe Feet | On Cue Professional Development, Session Four

  • Mon., Nov. 21, 2022 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
  • Canada Central Standard Time

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Description

Finding Your Fringe Feet

On Cue Professional Development, Session Four

 

Anita Smith (Artistic & Executive Director of 25th Street Theatre, Saskatoon) talks Fringe: how to get into it, what to be aware of, pitfalls and benefits, and how to put together a tour.

 

Anita (she/her) is an actor/director/producer/mother who is also the Artistic & Executive Director of 25th Street Theatre.  A dedicated and active member of the Saskatoon theatre community, Anita has appeared in Fruitcake (25th Street Theatre); The Penelopiad (Ferre Play Theatre); The Revolutionists, Boeing Boeing, Trout Stanley, Quick Bright Things (Persephone); Twelfth Night, The Winter’s Tale, and Julius Caesar (Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan) among others.  Anita also regularly works as a director and is proud to have directed J. CaesarAs You Like It (Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan); and The Invisible Girl (Persephone).  A passionate feminist, Anita is a founding member of Ferre Play Theatre whose inaugural production of The Penelopiad received numerous SATAwards. In addition, Anita has produced 18 musicals, seven provincial theatre tours, and three Fringe festivals.  Anita is proud to be a YWCA Young Woman of Distinction Award recipient for her work in bringing theatrical opportunities to youth in rural Saskatchewan.  Upcoming: in the spring, Anita is excited to be directing The Birds and the Bees, a co-production between Persephone Theatre and the Globe Theatre.

 

This webinar will feature ASL Interpretation.
 

This Professional Development session will be hosted on Zoom and will be free to attend. Please be aware that this webinar will be recorded and made publicly available via On Cue's website and Youtube channel.

 

On Cue Professional Development is made possible by the Canada Performing Arts Workers Resilience Fund Grant from Canadian Heritage. 

 

 

 

 

Date & Time

Mon., Nov. 21, 2022 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

On Cue Performance Hub, Inc.

On Cue Performance Hub is a new non-profit performing arts organization offering a cooperative producing model serving local artists and diverse audiences in Regina and beyond. We aim to enliven Regina’s downtown core and activate connections between performing artists, businesses, and audiences. Bringing together artists across dance, music, theatre, and spoken word, our multi-pronged programming boosts the capacity of artists to make a sustainable living from full-time creative practice by strengthening their skills, knowledge, and connections


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