About Us -
HELP SET THE STAGE FOR A BRIGHT FUTURE
. . . FOR THEATRE NEWFOUNDLAND LABRADOR!
Theatre Newfoundland Labrador (TNL) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to creating and producing professional theatre which reflects the lives and diversity of our audiences on the provinces west coast, extending to Labrador and across the island of Newfoundland
For over 25 years, Theatre Newfoundland and Labrador has been putting on quite a show. Many shows in fact! Our sold-out summer season at the Gros Morne Theatre Festival in beautiful Cow Head now has to turn audiences away--we just can't accommodate them in our current facilities. And just thinking of new and better facilities allows to imagine how much more we could do--from workshops to residencies to touring to extending the reach of our year-round programs.
About Theatre Newfoundland Labrador
From Youth theatre programming to a summer theatre festival to regional, national and international touring, Theatre Newfoundland Labrador (TNL) has one of the most active year-round theatre companies in the country.
Founded in 1979 by the late Maxim Mazumdar, TNL as is a not-for-profit, charitable organization dedicated to creating and producing professional theatre which reflects the lives and diversity of people on the west coast of Newfoundland and Labrador, and to the development of theatre artists.
About Gros Morne Theatre Festival
The Gros Morne Theatre Festival is a major Canadian Theatre Festival based in Cow Head, in Gros Morne National Park. The Festival offers a full professional 16 week summer repertory season that includes 6 to 8 plays along with a visiting artist series and a workshop development week. The Festival employs up to 35 including technicians, designers, directors and box office staff. There are two performances nightly(6 days per week) in two 92 seat venues. In the lead-up to the summer program, set design, costuming, and rehearsals all take place in Cow Head. Planning and logistical preparation for a fall touring schedule that typically involves ten to twelve rural venues also takes place.
Through the Gros Morne Theatre Festival, youth theatre programming, main stage, courses in theatre instruction, and by touring productions to outport communities, TNL seeks to provide Newfoundlanders with thought-provoking and relevant entertainment, with an emphasis on regional and Canadian work.