Playwrights Canada Press
202-269 Richmond Street West
Toronto , Ontario
Playwrights Canada Press is a publisher of new Canadian plays. They exist to publish Canadian plays as well as, from time to time, theatre history, criticism, and biography. Through this they endeavour to raise the profile of Canadian theatre and theatre practitioners, promote dramatic literature, and contribute to the Canadian theatrical canon. Playwrights Canada Press strives to publish diverse and engaging Canadian plays and dramatic criticism of literary merit.
The Playwrights Canada Press Team
Annie Gibson | Publisher
Blake Sproule | Managing Editor
Jessica Lewis | Sales & Marketing Manager
Avvai Ketheeswaran | Production Assistant
Is My Microphone On?
By Jordan Tannahill
Young people have inherited a burning world. In this urgent and lyrical play, they reckon with the generations who have come before them, questioning the choices that have been made, and the ones that they will yet be forced to make. Is My Microphone On? is a play in the form of a protest song.Women
Forget Me Not
By Ronnie Burkett
In the New Now, written language has been forbidden and forgotten. Those who wish to hold onto love’s language must make a dangerous journey to find the Keeper of the Lost Hand. Internationally renowned playwright and puppeteer Ronnie Burkett has once again created a fascinating and provocative world as a love letter for increasingly uncivilized times.
Women of the Fur Trade
By Frances Koncan
Sometime in the 1800s, three very different women (with twenty-first century affinities) sit in a fort sharing their views on life, love, and the hot nerd Louis Riel. This historical comedy shifts perspectives from the male gaze to women’s power in the past and present through the lens of the Canadian Fur Trade.