It has been five months since we posted our first statement in solidarity with Black Lives Matter and our commitment to becoming an actively anti-racist theatre company. During that time, we’ve been looking into what our future as a company looks like – both in response to the pandemic, and in response to the important […]
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Congratulations to Elyssia Giancola from Brampton, our Ontario Storybook winner! Elyssia has chosen to use their $100 gift certificate at Michael’s Back Door Restaurant in Mississauga. Read Elyssia’s inspiring submission using the prompt, “Tell us the story of your best friend”: I met my best friend on the first day of high school in fourth period English, my last […]
Driftwood Theatre is looking for a producing assistant to work with us in laying the foundation for our 2021 Bard’s Bus Tour in communities across Ontario The Bard’s Bus Tour is an annual summer Ontario tradition, touring to outdoor venues in communities across the province for 25 years. Reporting to the Artistic Director, the Producing […]
Today, June 8, 2020, would have been the first day of rehearsals for Driftwood’s 2020 production of King Henry Five. In response to recent events and as part of our own journey to listen, learn and support voices of black, indigenous and artists of colour, we’re commemorating this day by encouraging everyone to watch this […]