The Green Room

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The Green Room is a new series of (mostly) free events, coordinated by TACTICS in collaboration with different theatre artists and groups across the city, for the entire Ottawa theatre* community. A mix of social events, professional development workshops and performance opportunities, the Green Room is a place for us to connect and grow—as individuals and as a community.

Upcoming events:

April 6, 2019 5-7pm—Creator Exchange @ Arts Court Theatre, hosted by Playwrights Guild of Canada, LMDA and TACTICS. Register here!

April 7, 2019 6-8:30pm—The WIT Project – a workshop in the Rainbow of Desire techniques with Branch Out Theatre @ Arts Court Theatre. Stemming from Image Theatre, Rainbow of Desire focuses on forms of internalized oppressions and offers techniques of personal growth, self-care and self-empowerment. This is a free workshop and open to anyone identifying as a female theatre artist. Childcare provided.

Past events:

March 21, 2019 6-7pm—Gallery Tour @ OAG

February 23, 2019 5-6pm—Designers’ Roundtable @ The Gladstone

January 21, 2019 6:30-8pm—FREE Workshop: Life Dramaturgy @ GCTC Studio

November 27, 2018 6-8pm—FREE Workshop: Grant-writing @ LabO

October 24, 2018 9pm—Ottawa Theatre Homecoming Party @ GCTC

July 9, 2018 10am-6pm—Intimacy Workshop for the Stage with Siobhan Richardson @ GCTC Studio

April 22, 2018 7:30-9pm—Community Conversation about respectful workplaces @ NAC City Room

March 12, 2018 6-8pm—FREE Workshop: Taxes for Artists @ GCTC Studio

February 20, 2018 5:30-7pm—FREE Workshop: Life Dramaturgy @ Arts Court Library

December 18, 2017 5-7pm—Office Holiday Party @ Pressed Cafe

November 27, 2017 6-8pm—FREE Workshop: Grant-writing @ GCTC Studio

September 22, 2017 9:30pm — Ottawa Theatre Homecoming Party @ the Great Canadian Theatre Company

Check back for more events as they are scheduled!

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*Artists from other disciplines are more than welcome to join us! Just note that as the Green Room series is presented by theatre people, most events will likely be more theatre-focused.