Moscovitch Wins Dora

Congratulations Hannah Moscovitch, playwright of Infinity from our 2014/15 season, on winning the 2015 Dora Award for Outstanding New Play! Click here for a list of all the winners. - Read More »

Meet 2015 Playwrights Unit

Each year, we invite theatre creators into the Playwrights Unit, where each develops a new play with the theatre over the course of a year. Meet our 2015 Unit! - Read More »

Kate Cayley Wins Trillium

Tarragon is proud to congratulate Kate Cayley, playwright of The Bakelite Masterpiece, on winning the 2015 Trillium Book Prize for her book of short stores titled How You Were Born. - Read More »

2015/16 Brochure

Our 2015/16 Full Season Brochure is now available! Click here for info on our shows, subscriptions, beyond the stage programs, and a season calendar. - Read More »

Seeking Mainspace Technician

Tarragon is seeking to fill a full-time, seasonal position of Mainspace Technician for our 2015/16 season. Click here for more information! Dealine July 10. - Read More »

14/15 Dora Nominations

Tarragon productions have been nominated for 5 Dora Mavor Moore awards this year, including two for 'Best New Play'! Click here for the full list of nominations. - Read More »

We’re hiring!

Tarragon Theatre is seeking to fill the full-time, seasonal position of Head of Wardrobe, and the full-time, contract position of Interim Technical Director. Click here for more information! - Read More »

Sneak peek at 2015/16 imagery

We are so excited to share with you our 2015/16 Season Imagery! Photos by Cylla von Tiedemann, illustrations by Amy Killoran. Stay tuned for our full 2015/16 season brochure. - Read More »

Abyss opens in London

Maria Milisavljevic’s play Abyss, which performed in the Extraspace this year, has gone on to a critically-acclaimed run in London, England at the Arcola Theatre. - Read More »

15/16 Urjo Kareda Resident

The Urjo Kareda Residency Grant, with a value of $15,000, has been awarded to Joel Bernbaum, founding Artistic Director of Sum Theatre in Saskatoon. - Read More »

Far as the Eye Can See (Rudy Wiebe - 1977)
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