Theatre 3×60 is a not for profit, professional, collaborative company in which committed artists can produce high quality work in a broader scope of theatre and storytelling in the Region of Durham.
We support theatre as a place for refraction, reflection, revelation – to inspire a more responsive, responsible community that, through theatre, will realize the value of connections as they gain broader understanding and empathy.
We are committed to programs that support the growth of new theatre works, artists, audiences and the work of other theatre groups in Durham through engaging and educating new, emerging and experienced theatre practitioners and providing access to opportunities for skills development and performance.
REGISTER BY MARCH 1 AND SAVE!
This spring, Theatre 3×60 is offering two creative March Break programs that are sure to engage young artists and performers, on and offstage.
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AUDITIONS – FEBRUARY 20, 21, 26
Performances July 2017
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3X60 YOUTH THEATRE COLLECTIVE
(ages 14 – 21)
January 10 – March 4, 2017
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Theatre 3×60 acknowledges the support of the Ontario Trillium Foundation in making the 3×60 Theatre Collective possible.
Theatre 3×60 celebrates Valentine’s Day with an evening of food, words and song, love and laughter
Saturday, February 11, 6:00 pm
At Sunnybrae Golf Club,
1430 King St. Port Perry
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The 1st Durham Minifest was a great success!
Awards details and 2017 dates at http://durhamminifest.weebly.com/
Watch the video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-yFWI7CcYeo
CALL FOR PLAYSCRIPTS FOR DURHAM MINIFEST 2017!
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Durham Minifest 2016 was made possible through a grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation.
NOW BOOKING FOR 2017 TOUR TO SCHOOLS
TORONTO/MISSISSIPPI by Joan MacLeod
Tour Dates: March 15 – April 30, 2017
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2015 production of The Shape of a Girl
Theatre 3×60’s Name
Stories require a storyteller and a listener. Without all three – the story is not told and its lesson cannot be learned. Theatre is built on the same triangle – 3×60° – and, without text, actors and audience, is also incomplete. Each element is equally important, creating a perfect triangle, which then can create a perfect circle of transmission, reception and ultimately, communication through the powerful shared experience that live theatre can be.
Theatre 3×60 has been created to be an advocate for theatre in the community; to support the growth of new theatre works, artists and audiences, recognizing that none can exist successfully without the strength of the other two; and to support the work of other theatre groups in Durham.