Ask a Dramaturg: “What’s a Dramaturg?!”By COC StaffPosted in COC Academy
The Canadian Opera Company recently welcomed a new addition to the COC Academy: seasoned theatre director, librettist, and instrumentalist Julie McIsaac is the company’s very first Director/Dramaturg-in-Residence.
Julie will have plenty of projects to keep her busy during this year-long residency, including work on the COC’s winter production of Hansel & Gretel, as well as the development of the Opera for Young Audiences production slated for the 2020/2021 season, alongside COC Composer-in-Residence Ian Cusson and librettist Colleen Murphy.
Julie McIsaac Named COC's First Director/Dramaturg-in-ResidenceBy COC StaffPosted in COC Academy
Canadian stage director Julie McIsaac has been selected as the inaugural Director/Dramaturg-in-Residence with the Canadian Opera Company. The year-long residency is the newest addition to the COC Academy, the company’s professional development program for young opera artists, creators, and administrators.
Going Against the Grain: Learnings from the COC Company-In-Residence ProgramBy COC Staff
At the end of this month, indie opera collective Against the Grain Theatre (AtG) will formally conclude its run as the COC’s Company-In-Residence, bringing to a close three years of mentorship, learning, and guided growth.
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