LMDA Coffee Chats are Back!

LMDA Coffee Chats are back!

Spend an hour chatting with Canada's leading dramaturgs. Each session features a guest artist who will share their expertise on a hot topic in our field. These sessions are a great opportunity to swap ideas and inspirations across the country. Open to all members of LMDA.

January 28, 2015
Theatre for Young Audiences with guest star Stephen Colella, Associate Artistic Director & Dramaturg, Young People's Theatre (Toronto)
10am Pacific, 11am Mountain, 1pm Eastern

What goes into making awesome theatre for young audiences? In this informal chat we'll explore the process and thought behind programming great plays for kids of all ages, with a focus on strategies for developing work that is challenging, experimental, and of the highest quality. http://www.youngpeoplestheatre.ca/

February 18, 2015
LMDA Conference 2015: Canucks take New York City
10am Pacific, 11am Mountain, 1pm Eastern

Learn more about the upcoming LMDA conference in NYC. What are your burning hot topics? Dream guest speakers? And what Canadian projects or practitioners do you think should be involved? Members of LMDA Canada’s Board of Directors are eager to hear your thoughts and feedback. Join the conversation!

RSVP to lgreen@ATPlive.com
Sessions will be held using Google Hangouts, and all you need to access them is a Google account.https://www.google.com/+/learnmore/
Add lmdacanada@gmail.com to your circles, and look for us online on the day of the chat.
For more information about the system requirements for Google Hangouts please consult:https://support.google.com/plus/answer/1216376?hl=en
























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