The Western Ontario Drama League was founded by D.Park Jamison in 1932, W.O.D.L. has served the theatre community within Ontario. We're proud of our achievements. Join us in the vital role we play in Ontario's theatrical life.
Promotes the continual development of theatre arts and artists in Western Ontario
Supports the development of vital and broadly accessible theatre training of the highest quality to all of Western Ontario's theatre community
Encourages the continued development of high quality theatre and drama programs within the educational system of Western Ontario
Ensures that Western Ontario's community theatre's and educators obtain access to the resources of professional theatre
Encourages the continued development of high quality theatre and drama through festivals
Facilitates interaction and communication between community, educational and professional theatre.
WODL Theatre Festival 2011
Hosted by the London Community Players at the Palace Theatre
The five winning member groups of the Western Ontario Drama League (WODL) as chosen by pre-Festival adjudicator Eric Coates, will vie for top spot at this year's Festival during March break. That's right... five plays in five days! Don't miss this fabulous week of theatre. Check out the link below for more information.
What we do at Theatre Ontario is facilitate Training, Information and Resources, New Research to Help Theatres, Theatre Partnerships,
Audience Development, Awards and Recognition. For more detailed information please visit our website by clicking on our logo.
Playwrights Guild of Canada is a national association mandated to advance the creative rights and interests of professional Canadian playwrights, promote Canadian plays nationally and internationally, and foster an active, evolving community of writers for the stage.
Playwrights Guild of Canada champions the role of the playwright in the creation of vibrant Canadian theatre.
Founded in 1830 Samuel French pioneered the concept of providing published scripts to theatrical producing groups throughout the world. Samuel French seeks out the world's best plays and makes them available to the widest range of producing groups. Sources of Samuel French's plays range from Broadway and England's West End to publication of unsolicited scripts submitted by unpublished authors.
TheatreBooks was established in 1975 by Leonard McHardy and John Harvey, who met while working in one of Toronto's "alternate" theatres. The store soon became a mecca for theatre professionals, students and ardent fans. We carry books on all aspects of theatre production, as well as opera and dance. Our section on Drama and Theatre in Education is recognized internationally. In 1980, TheatreBooks expanded to include books on all aspects of film and filmmaking. As with theatre, the store has become a resource for anyone interested in movies. Recently, TheatreBooks expanded its stock to include screenwriting software and is now a leading source in North America.