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By donating to The Howland Company, you help us in so many ways. Your support allows us to continue the growth of our projects in development*; it helps us run The Reading Group, our monthly cold-reading of a play with the community, free of charge; it helps us continue to offer affordable training opportunities for the community with The Training Group; and it is integral to moving forward with our most ambitious season to date, featuring two large-scale productions consisting primarily of Toronto’s exciting emerging artists.

*Projects currently in development:

  • A new translation and adaptation of Ödön von Horváth’s Casimir and Caroline, by Holger Syme
  • take rimbaud, a new performance text by Toronto playwright Susanna Fournier.

After producing the Toronto Premiere of Simon Stephens’ PUNK ROCK in the Spring of 2018 at Crow’s Theatre, we are honoured to return in the Fall and join forces with Crow’s to present the Toronto Premiere of THE WOLVES by Sarah DeLappe (2017 Pulitzer Prize Finalist).

Any donation amount would be a huge help towards securing our theatrical rights, rehearsal space rental costs, and creative fees.

If you wish to support our upcoming production of THE WOLVES and you would like a tax receipt, please mail a cheque made out to Crow’s Theatre with The Howland Company in the memo, to:
The Howland Company
c/o James Graham
73 Howland Ave
Toronto ON M5R 3B2

To support The Howland Company directly online*, please click the Donate Button below and help us continue to create exceptional work with some of the country’s most exciting young artists.

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*Donations made online will not be eligible for a tax receipt at this time. We are so grateful for your support and we are working towards future charitable status in our growth as a company.

For information on more ways that you can help to support The Howland Company, contact us:

 


About the Howland Company

The Howland Company is a Toronto-based theatre ensemble. Our curiosity is in stories that impact our generation. Through our productions, training opportunities, and free community play reading group, we aim to connect and nurture a community that will be ready to take on tomorrow’s challenges.

Monthly, The Howland Company hosts an open event called The Reading Group, where artists are encouraged to connect with fellow members of the Toronto theatre community and discover new plays together.

Bi-Annually, The Howland Company hosts a class called The Training Group: an opportunity for actors, both emerging and established, to explore seminal plays in an intimate training group setting guided by one of Toronto’s leading theatre artists.


 

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