Paprika Festival Trivia Night Championship

WHO WILL BE THE TRIVIA CHAMPION? Please join us for the Paprika Festival’s second annual 90s TRIVIA NIGHT fundraiser! With your help, we are raising funds to support the free-of-charge training, mentorship and creative work of the young artists participating in the 15th annual Paprika Festival. Join us on Monday, November 30th at 7pm at The Duke of… Read more »

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Call for Submissions: Join the 2016 Paprika Festival

The Paprika Festival is currently seeking applications for our 2015/2016 artistic programs. Whether you’re starting your first project and don’t know where it could end up or you have the perfect vision for an exciting new play, Paprika can help to take your work to the next level.

We run year round professional training and mentorship programs that culminate in a performing arts festival of new work by young artists. This year, our programs will begin in November 2015 and lead up to a showcase at the Paprika Festival in May 2016. The Festival will take place at the Daniels Spectrum cultural hub in Regent Park, in partnership with Native Earth Performing Arts.

More information about all our programs and how to apply can be found here.

ALL APPLICATIONS ARE DUE OCTOBER 14, 2015 (11:59PM EST)

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Project Original at Ontario’s Celebration Zone, July 19-23

The Paprika Festival’s Project Original is returning to the stage as part of Ontario’s Celebration Zone during the 2015 PanAm Games! If you missed this fantastic show during our May festival, you have 5 more chances to catch it (new and improved) before it’s gone!   Project Original explores a compilation of ideas, thoughts and stories from Toronto’s… Read more »

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Announcing The Intersection

The Paprika Festival Announces: The Intersection

A conference and party for the new generation of Theatre Artists comes to Toronto.

Toronto, ON – March 4, 2015 – The Paprika Festival announces The Intersection, a conference for the new generation of artists. After fourteen years of presenting theatre created by young artists, Paprika is kicking off its Festival on May 2nd at the Theatre Centre with an entirely new initiative: a day of education, professional networking, and dinner followed by a debate of the contestable statement: Talent and creative endeavour is not enough. Today, and more and more in the future, artistic professionals must focus as much on business skills and audience building as the art itself.

To download the full release click here: Paprika Festival – Intersection Press Release March 4 2015

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