Entries by David Jeremy Smith

Finding Inspiration in 2023

Hello and Happy New Year from Prince Edward County! After digging ourselves out of a very snowy holiday season, we’re almost ready to pull the curtain on Driftwood’s plans for our 29th season. Almost, but not quite. I’ve always worked from home. It’s one of the great perks of running a non-venued theatre company. Since […]

Job Posting: Producer

Driftwood Theatre is looking for a producer to work with us in bringing our 2023 season together for people across Ontario Driftwood Theatre, dedicated to good people sharing great stories, has been touring outdoor, summer theatre to Ontario communities since 1995. The Producer is responsible for the supervision and completion of all production, tour management and […]

Welcome to The Onion Cellar

Welcome to The Onion Cellar, a unique nightclub of particular significance. Here you will find no bar, no waiter, no menu. Only onions, cutting boards, and kitchen knives. And music, always live music. This is the setting for German novelist Günter Grass’ The Onion Cellar, a chapter from his celebrated 1959 novel, The Tin Drum. […]

$77,500 OTF Grant Gets Driftwood Theatre Back On The Road

Ontario, Canada – In 2021, Driftwood Theatre Company received a $77,500 Resilient Communities Fund from the Ontario Trillium Foundation to assist in Driftwood’s ability to adapt to the many challenges faced during the COVID-19 pandemic. This fund has supported the research, creation and implementation of safety procedures and community-based programs as Driftwood continued to plan […]