On Thursday, October 16 Hart House Theatre is proud to present an evening of discussion and exploration with two of Crow’s Theatre’s artists. A complement to the Siminovitch Prize Gala Presentation happening at Hart House Theatre October 20, this evening features last year’s recipient, Crow’s Artistic Director Chris Abraham, and his selected protégé, Crow’s Associate Artistic Director, Mitchell Cushman. Mentorship in the Arts is an in-depth discussion of the nature of mentorship with award-winning theatrical icon, Dr. Baņuta Rubess.
Thursday, October 16, 2014
Moderated by: Dr. Baņuta Rubess
About the Siminovitch Prize in Theatre
The Siminovitch Prize in Theatre honours professional directors, playwrights and designers by acknowledging excellence while encouraging even greater exploration and originality in Canadian theatre. The Siminovitch Prize was created in 2001 and is dedicated to distinguished scientist Lou Siminovitch and his late wife Elinore, a playwright. A jury awards the $100,000 prize annually. Previous recipients are Daniel Brooks (2001), Carole Fréchette (2002), Louise Campeau (2003), Jillian Keiley (2004), John Mighton (2005), Dany Lyne (2006), Brigitte Haentjens (2007), Daniel MacIvor (2008), Ronnie Burkett (2009), Kim Collier (2010), Joan MacLeod (2011) Robert Thomson (2012) and Chris Abraham (2013). RBC is the Presenting Sponsor for the 2014 Siminovitch Prize in Theatre.