What to expect in the new year for shows and programming:
It is a joy and a privilege to bring our productions into schools across the continent and engage students in important conversations around the challenges and realities they face in their lives and in their communities. Our season is nearly sold out, but there are a few dates available for certain regions for both ‘Outside’ (January – March) and ‘Head À Tête’ (March – May).
Outside Touring: January 17 – March 8. Our Dora Award Nominated show is on the road and headed even further out. We are excited to be showcasing the play in schools and theatres in the United States. We will be taking this performance into theatres on the following dates:
Head à Tête Touring: March 18 – May 3. A play we have been producing since the early days of Roseneath, but with brand new design and a fresh take on this timeless bilingual tale. We are hosting previews of this play on Saturday, March 16 at 11:00 am and 2:00 pm (RSVP HERE).
We will be announcing our 2019/2020 season in April. Subscribe to our newsletter to stay up to date!
Roseneath’s 35th Anniversary Season looks at communication, truth and reality through a modern lens – while celebrating our co-founders David S. Craig and Robert Morgan. In the fall we’re bringing back Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys and Girls by Dave Deveau – which follows the story of a young person questioning their gender identity – to parts of Ontario we didn’t reach with our first tour, including a week in Ottawa area schools with our partners at MASC. The winter months will see the return of Outside by Paul Dunn – which addresses homophobia and encourages the creation of Gay-Straight Alliances – that will be touring Ontario schools, venues across the United States as well as the Burlington Performing Arts Centre, the Rose Theatre in Brampton and the Grand Theatre in Kingston. In the spring we will round out the season with a new production of Head À Tête by David S. Craig and Robert Morgan – which takes place in a barren landscape where two strangers overcome their French-English language barriers. Please join us as we explore and share our common reality, our personal truths and how through communication and empathy we can support and care for each other.
Andrew Lamb, Artistic Director
View our 35th anniversary season press release and take a look at our sneak peek postcard. For more information on our shows use the toolbar near the top of this page to navigate to the 2018/2019 tab. If you would like to speak to someone directly about school bookings,
please contact: Gretel Meyer Odell, Director of Education & Community Outreach 416-686-5199 x223 firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you between the ages of 15-30 with a passion for the arts and interested in working with children? If so, we’ve got a job for you! We’re currently looking for a Summer Admin/Production Assistant & Camp Coordinator who will be primarily responsible for the organization, support and administration of the Summer Drama Camp Program. This will include at times assisting the Family Programs Educator with the delivery of the program. The candidate may also support the ongoing work of the Education and Marketing department, Production department and Administration through some of the tasks listed below.