Plays to Playgrounds

Invitation to attend
Community Arts: Plays to Playgrounds Symposium

Community Arts: Plays to Playgrounds

      don’t miss the chance to see JumbliesTheatre’s production – Like An Old Tale

December 11th to the 14th, 2011

Join artists and allies from across Canada as we share our evolving ideas, practices and unfolding stories of engagement and transformation on the other side of a community play, when the show stays in town – or in the park.

Together we’ll explore the diverse outcomes and evolutions of the Community Play Movement in Canada, with a special focus on the legacy of community play projects. We’ll share perspectives on projects that continue after the play wraps up, and discuss the ramifications of staying or leaving once the play is done. We’ll invite artists and allies from across Canada to share their work related to community arts and outdoor spaces and hear the perspectives of veteran community arts project participants from Toronto, Vancouver, North Bay and beyond.

Check out to find out more about our contributors and the companies they represent and to see our schedule of events, including public panels, community workshops. In addition to this, there will be a chance to see Jumblies Theatre’s latest community play Like An Old Tale – a Scarborough Telling of Shakespeare’s A Winter’s Tale for the Wednesday evening show. This is an exciting opportunity to see the work that Jumblies Theatre has been creating for over three years in Scarborough- Kingston Galloway.

For pricing information or to register, please visit

For more information about tickets to Like An Old Tale visit

We hope you’ll join us in celebrating and sharing the art the builds community.

With love from MABELLEarts and Jumblies Theatre

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