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In this newsletter:

  • Call for Applicants for all our Youth Programs
  • A Special Opportunity to work with our Board of Directors
  • Job Postings Upcoming
  • In the Community


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A group of young people smiling in a circle around the table they are working at.
It's official. ALL our Youth Programs' applications are now open, and some are closing soon!

What are our Youth Programs?
  • TENT Program - for early-career producers, artist-producers, and arts leaders in the making
  • Teen Fringe - supported by donor Neville Austin (scroll to the bottom for a special treat with Neville and Lucy!) - for youth artists aged 12-17 to train in dancing, singing, acting, and writing
  • New Young Reviewers - for emerging theatre and performance reviewers aged 15 and up, a workshop series and writing group
Find all the information to apply here.
Special Opportunities to work with the Board of The Toronto Fringe Festival. An illustration of many ppl doing tasks together as a team.


The Toronto Fringe and our Board of Directors are launching two new sub-committees to support the incredible work our board does. 
If you are interested in joining our Youth Advisory Committee or Events and Fundraising Taskforce, check out all the information here.


Stay tuned - our postings for Front-of-House and Patio Staff positions will be posted very soon. Be sure to follow us on the social media platform of your choice (we're everywhere!) for the most current updates. You can also check this page regularly for updates.


  • Workman Arts is extending its deadline for Rendezvous with Madness 2022 - Applications are now due on Friday, May 13, 2022 at 5 PM EDT
    The Rendezvous with Madness Festival (RWM) is the first and largest arts and mental health festival and public discussion forum that returns to Toronto from October 27- November 6, 2022, for its 30th edition, and is currently seeking submissions for programming this fall hosted each year by Workman Arts in Toronto, Canada. The festival presents local, national, and international work exploring themes of mental health and/or addiction issues. RWM is a multidisciplinary festival that includes visual art, performance, music, theatre, and dance in addition to its core emphasis on film and media arts, panel discussions, and in-conversation events. 
    Application information is available at:
    Please fill out the online form to submit an application.
  • From May 16-22, 2022, the 21st Paprika Festival will showcase offerings created by 60+ emerging artists from across Turtle Island and beyond! With a selection of digital and in-person options, #Paprika21 includes a selection of works-in-process, panel discussions, readings, workshops, gatherings, and more! ✨
    Join Paprika in (re)imagining process and the future of theatre 🎭 

    Explore the entirely FREE and by donation festival offerings: 🎉
A special conversation with Neville Austin, sponsor of Teen Fringe.
Thanks, and hope to connect again soon. 
TO Fringe
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