Résidence d’écriture théâtrale de Gros-morne

Applications to this program are currently closed. Learn more about the 2024 Gros Morne Playwrights’ Residency.

The Gros Morne Playwrights’ Residency brings French and English playwrights from across Canada together to write, dream, share and create. Playwrights’ Workshop Montréal (PWM) and le Centre des auteurs dramatiques (CEAD) in partnership with Creative Gros Morne, the Bonne Bay Aquarium, the Fondation Cole, and Artistic Fraud, the program offers dramaturgy in both official languages. Selected playwrights fly to the Bonne Bay Marine Station at Gros Morne National Park, Newfoundland for a ten-day retreat where they can benefit from a combination of unstructured writing time, individual dramaturgical sessions, and daily formalized exchanges on process. Located on Newfoundland’s breathtaking west coast within the vibrant community of Norris Point, the Bonne Bay Marine Station is beautifully set up for an artistic residency that inspires new work.

La Résidence d’écriture dramatique à Gros-Morne est aujourd’hui la pierre angulaire des échanges nationaux. Grâce à cette résidence, programmée en partenariat avec le CEAD, nous affrontons des obstacles tout en échangeant des idées, des perspectives culturelles et des pratiques créatives.

Appel à candidatures

The Gros Morne Playwrights’ Residency takes place annually.

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Critères d’admissibilité

– applicants must be available for the whole residency
– applicants must be willing to participate in all activities prepared for the residency
– the play submitted for consideration should be in the early stages of development (first draft or slightly beyond)

Brochures du programme

2023, 2022, 2019, 201820172016

La Résidence d’écriture dramatique à Gros-Morne est rendue possible grâce au soutien de Creative Gros Morne, de la Memorial University of Newfoundland, de la Fondation Cole, du Conseil des arts du Canada, du Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec et du Conseil des arts de Montréal.

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