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Interview Series – Playwrights In Residence – Ryan Borochovitz and his play A Sphinx Lands in Corinth

Dead bodies fill the streets of Thebes, and King Creon is to blame. Sent into exile to atone for what he’s done, he soon stumbles into the world of a different play altogether – one where he could potentially earn his right to rule again. Bridging the previously unknown gap between the Oedipus Cycle of… Read more »

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What was #IntersectionTO?

It’s not every day an artist’s event starts trending on Twitter, but on March 13 #IntersectionTO lit it up. Not that online representationcould fully captured the vibe – you had to be there for that. The excitement in the line-up outside of registration carried throughout the workshops, into the debate and, if Twitter is any indication,… Read more »

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Paprika is Hiring!

Are you our next General Manager? We’re looking for an exciting young producer to join our leadership team – check out the application below! The application deadline is Friday, March 25, 2016.   About Us  For the past 15 years the Paprika Festival has been the home of the emerging artist. We are a year-round youth-led… Read more »

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The Intersection – Memories from the First

We’ve launched the second annual The Intersection, with fresh new selection of workshops and debate series lead by a Toronto’s very own cutting edge artists. We bring you an experience from our first ever conference below, from Paprika alumnae and Advisory Board member Tijana Spasic. ~ Theatre talk. Cool cats. Enlightenment. I had a great… Read more »

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Paprika Festival Announces: The Intersection


The Paprika Festival Announces: The Intersection
Second Annual Conference for the New Generation of Theatre Artists in Toronto

Toronto, ON – February 15, 2016 – The Paprika Festival announces The Intersection, a return of last year’s sold-out conference for the new generation of artists. After fifteen years of presenting theatre created by young artists, Paprika is growing and expanding its newest initiative: a day of education, professional networking, and debate aimed at serving artists under 30. Paprika presents its 2015/16 season in partnership with Native Earth Performing Arts.

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Cozy Winter Games Night!

A mid-semester stress-buster! Looking to satisfy your hedonistic cravings? Well, you’re in luck! For $5 ($2.50 for 2016 Paprika Festival artists), you and yours will have unlimited access to a variety of board games. You can win prizes! You can devour a variety of baked goods! You can guzzle fresh coffee, and hot chocolate –… Read more »

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