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The Québec English-Language Playwrights’ Unit

Reflecting The English-Language Communities And Diversity Of Québec On Stages Across The Province

Attention all Québec playwrights: Do you have a first draft of a play and would like a period of concentrated dramaturgical development to get it production-ready? Do you have the time to be part of a playwrights’ unit and meet at least once a month in a group setting over nine months starting in September 2015? 

The Unit may be the right place for your play to achieve its potential.

Attention all Artistic Directors of Québec English-language theatres: Has an early draft of a promising new play by a QC playwright crossed your desk that you would program in coming seasons if it received proper dramaturgical development?

The Unit might be the right place for that play to achieve its full potential.

Visit The Unit page to learn more about the project.


Call for submissions!

We are looking for original works with the potential to shake up the Québec theatre scene! Submit your new plays to Write-On-Q! and know they will be read and considered for production in future seasons. 

Visit the Write-On-Q! page for submission guidelines. 


                                                                      Photo Credit Hera Bell

                                                                      Photo Credit Hera Bell

Kafka's Ape at edinburgh fringe festival
this august?

Infinithéâtre has been invited by the Assembly Festival Ltd. to perform Kafka's Ape as part of the 2015 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, but we need your help! Learn more about the project and how you can help us send the Ape to Edinburgh!


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Write-On-Q

We are looking for original works with the potential to shake up the Québec theatre scene – send yours in!

Kafka's Ape

Remounts, the SummerWorks Festival, a fall tour and now possibly the Edinburgh Fringe Festival - see why our critically acclaimed Kafka's Ape has been attracting international audiences.

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