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In this newsletter:

  • Fringe 2022 Job Postings
  • Youth Program Applications still open
  • In the Community


As promised, we are now hiring for a number of Fringe positions, including:
  • Front of House Representatives
  • Roaming Front of House Associates
  • Patron Services Representatives
For all the details and for more positions opening very soon, be sure to check here!


A group of young people sitting around a table happily collaborating.
Just two weeks left to apply for Teen Fringe and New Young Reviewers!

The New Young Reviewers Program, supported by the Jon Kaplan Legacy Fund, is a workshop series and writing group for emerging theatre and performance reviewers Canada-wide, ages 15 and up. Led by Signy Lynch (Contemporary Theatre Review, Canadian Theatre Review, Intermission Magazine) and Stephanie Fung (Kingston Theatre Alliance, Canadian Theatre Review, Single Thread Theatre), this program focuses on introducing participants to the basics of theatre reviewing, helping them develop responses to Toronto Fringe performances. It also encourages participants to explore new, creative approaches to criticism that are emerging in the field, and to begin to define themselves as critics and reviewers. 

Teen Fringe, supported by Neville Austin, is a youth arts initiative for teens aged 12-17, inviting young artists to train with leading professionals in acting, singing, dancing, and writing. This program is a partnership with the Toronto Fringe and Edge of the Sky. After 5 days of in-person training with leading theatre, music, and dance professionals, participants will display their learnings at a final performance at the Tranzac on Saturday, July 16th. 

Find all the information to apply here.

Thank you to all who applied to the TENT Program, Tanya Rintoul will be reaching out to selected candidates for interviews. 


  • The TSO has a special offer for Fringers: You can dance. You can jive. Have the time of your life at The Music of ABBA with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra on June 28 & 29 at Roy Thomson Hall. Principal Pops Conductor Steven Reineke leads vocal ensemble Rajaton and the Orchestra in a tribute to the Swedish pop supergroup that soared to stardom in the 1970s. Hear your favourite hits including “Mamma Mia”, “Take a Chance on Me”, “Dancing Queen”—and more! Save 20% on the Wed, June 29, 8pm performance of The Music of ABBA with promo code GIMME22 when you order online by June 10. Click here for all the details.
  • Nightwood Theatre is now accepting submissions to the 2022-23 Write From The Hip Program!

    Write From The Hip is a year-long script development program designed to support self-identifying emerging playwrights through mentorship, participation in a playwright’s unit, and one-on-one dramaturgy. With the guidance of Program Leader Donna-Michelle St. Bernard, participants work towards the completion of a full-length play that culminates in a public reading with professional actors and a director as part of their Groundswell Festival. They are looking for intersectional feminist content by women (*including, but not limited to trans, cis), Two-Spirit, non-binary, and gender marginalized playwrights who are emerging in craft - there is no age limit to apply. Participants will receive a $2,000 CAD honorarium. Click the link below to learn more and apply by Wednesday, May 18, 2022 11:59 PM ET!

Thanks, and hope to connect again soon. 
TO Fringe
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