Join 180 WOMEN.
With no membership fees or minimum donation, 180 WOMEN aims to create a space for women to respond to Studio 180’s plays in the company of a network of women from diverse backgrounds and experiences. 180 WOMEN will host an event once during the run of every Studio 180 Theatre production. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to join 180 WOMEN today.
SAVE THE DATE
The first 180 WOMEN event of our 2017/18 15th Anniversary will take place on
Monday, September 16, 2017.
More details to be announced shortly!
On April 4, 2017, 180 WOMEN gathered during Studio 180 IN DEVELOPMENT for a reading of This Great City by Paul Dunn, in the Roseneath Theatre Studio. Members enjoyed complimentary wine and baked treats from board members Faye Jones, Helgi Maki and Karen Sihra. The evening was hosted by Gwen Harvey and Susan Maidment, and featured a discussion about the piece and its development process with Studio 180 Core Artistic Team member Mark McGrinder, along with a post-reading talkback session.
On March 24, 2016, 180 WOMEN gathered at the Tarragon Theatre for a pre-show reception and glass of wine with Studio 180 Artistic Director Joel Greenberg, and then enjoyed a performance of You Will Remember Me by François Archambault, translated by Bobby Theodore.
On Thursday, November 19, 2015, 180 WOMEN gathered during Studio 180 IN DEVELOPMENT for a reading of Later I Can Tell You About Jesus by Hannah Moscovitch, in the Berkeley Street Theatre Rehearsal Hall. The evening was hosted by Gwen Harvey and Susan Maidment, and featured a discussion about the piece and its development process with Studio 180 Core Artistic Team member Mark McGrinder, along with a post-reading talkback session.
On Tuesday, November 18, 2014, 180 WOMEN had its inaugural event at a special performance of NSFW by Lucy Kirkwood. Before the performance, Ilene Sova from the Feminist Art Conference introduced members to our Lobby Exhibit, Repossessing Beauty, curated by the Feminist Art Conference and featuring ruminations on language, imaging and the politicized body. After the performance, members attended our panel discussion, Writing from Within, featuring some of Toronto’s most dynamic journalistic voices in a conversation about navigating media landscapes, preserving integrity and doing what you love for people you hate. Piola sponsored and catered the event.