Production 101: The Fringe Model

Hosted by the Quebec Drama Federation

The Quebec Drama Federation, in collaboration with MainLine Theatre, presents:

Production 101: The Fringe Model With Amy Blackmore and FRINGE Coordinators

This workshop is aimed at young emerging artists preparing for their productions in the “FRINGE Festival” and elsewhere.  This series of four three-hour workshops focuses on marketing, promotion and communications, technical preparation, Stage Management, Do’s and Don’ts for mounting shows for short runs and tours and making your show sell. While focused on FRINGE, the model is highly adaptable to any independent production.

Module 1: Self Producing
Module 2: Theatre Admin
module 3: Marketing and Promotion

Workshop Dates: February 20 & 21, 2016
Time: 10am – 5pm
Where: MainLine Theatre
Cost to participants: QDF Members: $60 Non-Members: $80
Traininig Hours:  12 hours total consisting of 4 three-hour sessions
For: Independent & Emerging Artists
Group Size: 24

For more information or to register:

Stephanie McKenna
QDF Membership and Outreach Coordinator

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Camila Fitzgibbon

Founder & Editor-in-Chief at Montreal Theatre Hub
Multidisciplinary performing artist and passionate Founder & Editor-in-Chief of Montreal Theatre Hub, Camila breathes and lives theatre. She is the proud recipient of the 2017 Carla Napier Award from John Abbott’s Professional Theatre Program for industry potential in acting as well as for her current contributions in helping the local arts community connect, grow, and thrive. MTH is a labour of love.
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