Infinithéâtre is accepting applications for the positions of Box Office & Sales Coordinator and Assistant Technical Director for their 2021-2022 Season. Both positions are a 30-week contracts, 40/hrs per week, at a pay of $16/hr, from October 11, 2021 to May 6, 2022. Hours are somewhat flexible, and will not always conform to a standard 9 to 5 schedule, especially during performance weeks. LEARN MORE
Infinithéâtre is proud to present the winning plays from The-Write-Stuff, our first annual playwriting competition for youth, in Park 'N Play, an open-air reading series.The winning plays will be presented as professional staged readings on Saturday, September 25th from 2-5PM at Parc Drolet-Rachel in Montreal’s Plateau Mont-Royal neighbourhood as part of Infinithéâtre’s 1st annual Park ‘n Play Open-Air Reading Series. The event is free of charge, but requires pre-registration. RSVP NOW!
The Infinithéâtre team is thrilled to get back to sharing provocative and inspiring stories...LIVE! Zach Fraser, in his first season as Infini’s Artistic Director, is honoured to announce the company’s 24th year of producing relevant theatre that explores and reflects the issues, challenges and possibilities of contemporary Québec. The jam-packed 21/22 season of inspired and original work includes three premiere productions, two exciting playwriting competitions, one vital play reading series, the first annual Artist-in-Residence, a new all-encompassing development program, and expanded outreach to schools and seniors.
To read the full press release, CLICK HERE. En français, CLIQUEZ ICI.
To watch the season launch video, CLICK HERE.
Infinithéâtre Artistic Director Zach Fraser and playwright Oren Safdie, Head of New Play Development, are thrilled to announce the creation of The-Write-Stuff playwriting competition for youth, to be awarded annually to the best new play by an emerging writer aged 12-18. Submissions open April 1, 2021.
The deadline for submissions to Infinithéâtre’s The-Write-Stuff new playwriting competition for youth is June 15. Staged readings take place in December 2021.
For more information and contest rules, CLICK HERE.
From Victoria to St. John’s to Iqaluit, Infinithéâtre is proud to be connecting students across Canada with live theatre – without even leaving the classroom. This year, we are inviting teachers nationwide to view a recording of our recent live-streamed production of Paul Van Dyck’s King of Canada with their students. In addition to this exclusive access, we are offering an in-depth study guide, as well as the opportunity to enjoy a Zoom talkback with members of the creative team.
The Action Infini program is free this year, though donations to the theatre are much appreciated if budget permits. It has never been easier to incorporate live theatre into your classroom curriculum, so introduce your students to the King of Canada today.
To register for this exciting opportunity, or for more information, please contact: email@example.com.
After 22 years as Infinithéâtre’s Artistic Director, Guy Sprung will be stepping down at the end of February and director/producer/actor Zach Fraser will take the reins of the company in March 2021. The dynamic team supporting Fraser in his new title includes theatre veterans Ellen David as Artistic Producer and Oren Safdie as Head of New Play Development. As incoming artistic director, Fraser’s undertakings have already begun; in addition to directing upcoming production King of Canada, he and Sprung look forward to working together during this busy transitional time while Fraser plans for the future, starting with the 2021-22 season.
To read the full Press Release, CLICK HERE. En français, CLIQUEZ ICI.
To meet the Artistic Director, CLICK HERE.
After two decades-plus as artistic director of Infinithéâtre, Guy Sprung is stepping down as of next February to make way for actor/director (and puppeteer) Zach Fraser.
To read Jim Burke's full article in the Montreal Gazette, CLICK HERE.
Infinithéâtre’s International Hit Kafka’s Ape went to Beijing!
September 3rd to 6th 2019
Starring Howard Rosenstein
Adapted and Directed by Guy Sprung
Red Peter turned the stage into a veritable annual report of the company. His speech, his accusation and his actions completely blurred the biological boundary between man and ape ... civilization and barbarism, freedom and slavery, hypocrisy and nature ... Hold on tight!
Sponsored by the Language Research Development Group