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Testimonials

Hear what Atlantic Canada has to say about PARC, our services and our presence in the community.

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“My time at the Playwrights Colony has been the highlight of my experiences as a PARC member. Having a full week devoted entirely to developing my play under the guidance of an experienced dramaturg was truly a gift - it gave me the time and space I craved to focus on my craft and develop my script in a supportive community.”
— Shauntay Grant

“Playwrights Atlantic Resource Centre provides a service to playwrights, which theatre companies are unable to furnish, but companies are able to take the completed or nearly completed work and provide a production opportunity. Playwrights Atlantic Resource Centre is an essential first stage in this process. Writers need the opportunity that PARC can provide.”
— Linda Moore

“I credit PARC with a continued effort to bridge the distance between creative minds in Atlantic Canada that often have no choice but to work in seclusion. PARC provides top notch dramaturgical support with top notch talent. The importance of early and effective dramaturgical support for the development of a distinct regional theatrical voice can not be declared loud enough. The work that PARC has done, and aims to do, is unquestionably essential to the growth of the Atlantic Canadian voice.”
— Robert Chafe

“PARC stands firmly behind the playwrights of this region, helping them develop their work, gain confidence, hear their words aloud and test the realities of production. Best of all, PARC’s encouragement makes it possible for writers to stay here, at home, where regional theatres can best find their talents and put them to work on our stages!”
— Christopher Heide

“PARC is the only organization in the Maritime region seriously committed to developing new plays. I can’t stress enough the importance of this effort, both as an artistic aim in itself, and for maintaining a living theatre in this region.”
— Graham Percy