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theatre ontario





THEATRE ONTARIO

Theatre Ontario is an association of community, educational and professional theatre
organisations and individuals who are dedicated to the development and maintenance of high
quality theatre in all parts of the province that is accessible to and reflects all
segments of our society. They serve as the centre of the province's information network
for people in theatre. They help to develop and promote artistic, technical and management
learning and training opportunities for individuals and theatre companies across the
province. Theatre Ontario members Celebrates excellence in theatre through festivals,
showcases and award programs. It also gives access to the arts and culture in communities
and schools across Ontario Actively supports networks of dedicated theatre people who
promote cultural tourism, training, festivals, arts education, information sharing, health
& safety issues and audience development.



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