Imago Théâtre produit des oeuvres qui suscitent la réflexion en mettant en scène des histoires actuelles racontées à partir d’une perspective féminine.

Saison 2016-2017

Artist Training & Mentorships

Programme de mentorat d’Imago Théâtre

Resident Artists

Arianna Bardesono

Working on a play about the Hasidic Women of Montreal

Julie Tamiko Manning

Working on a play about women living on the street.

Caitlin Murphy

Working on a play about care.

Jennifer Roberts

Working on a play about the Deaf culture.

Artista made a career in the arts seem tangible

Develop your Craft while supporting our ARTISTA arts mentorship program for young women. For more information or to register go here. For me, Artista was part of an artistic growth spurt that happened during my year in Montreal. It was my final year at university, and...
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It’s all in the team

Photo by Jon Faulknor EMBARKING ON AN ARTISTIC JOURNEY As I begin my first week as Artistic and Administrative Associate at Imago Theatre on a sunny late summer day, I find myself reflecting on the journey that I embarked on last fall.  I am an emerging independent...
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New Chapter

In May, I attended the PACT (Professional Association of Canadian Theatres) conference in Calgary. Over the course of one of our lunch breaks, we were invited to an information session presented by the Canada Council (Theatre Section) on a new program called New...
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Masculinity and Beyond

I recently wrote a blog post about the limited definition of « femininity » and how it reinforces the gendered stereotypes of submissive women and dominant men. It was a useful exercise, but I realized that there was a huge gap in the...
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Her Side of the Story | Jillian Keiley

This post is part of a series for our Her Side of the Story encounter, May 13-14 2016 located at the National Theatre School of Canada. We invited theatre artists from across Canada to reflect on how their work in theatre is influenced by their perspective as women....
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Her Side of the Story | Sally Clark

This post is part of a series for our Her Side of the Story encounter, May 13-14 2016 located at the National Theatre School of Canada. We invited theatre artists from across Canada to reflect on how their work in theatre is influenced by their perspective as women....
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Her Side of the Story | Reneltta Arluk

This post is part of a series for our Her Side of the Story encounter, May 13-14 2016 located at the National Theatre School of Canada. We invited theatre artists from across Canada to reflect on how their work in theatre is influenced by their perspective as women....
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Her Side of the Story | Melissa Bull

This post is part of a series for our Her Side of the Story encounter, May 13-14 2016 located at the National Theatre School of Canada. We invited theatre artists from across Canada to reflect on how their work in theatre is influenced by their perspective as women....
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Her Side of the Story | Judith Bowden

This post is part of a series for our Her Side of the Story encounter, May 13-14 2016 located at the National Theatre School of Canada. We invited theatre artists from across Canada to reflect on how their work in theatre is influenced by their perspective as women....
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Her Side of the Story | Renee Iaci

This post is part of a series for our Her Side of the Story encounter, May 13-14 2016 located at the National Theatre School of Canada. We invited theatre artists from across Canada to reflect on how their work in theatre is influenced by their perspective as women....
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#herside514: Keep learning and developing your craft with our Atelier theatre workshop series for emerging and established artists. For workshop descriptions and registration visit our website here: www.imagotheatre.ca/atelier-workshops/

All proceeds from your workshop fee/donation go towards funding our free ARTISTA theatre arts mentorship for young women.
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