A very useful and relevant conversation to have out loud.
Globe and Mail, April 20, 2013 - by Kate Taylor
For the past two decades, there have been two small companies in Toronto devoting themselves to creating new Canadian operas: Tapestry, and Queen of Puddings Music Theatre. But then, this winter, Queen of Puddings announced it was closing shop.
“I felt sick to my stomach,” says Tapestry artistic director Wayne Strongman. “There isn’t any particular pride in saying Tapestry is the only company doing this. I have longed for context for our work. … It would be so much easier for us if there were other companies.” Read more
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