"Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys and Girls " at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre

Tags: Drama, Event
On Saturday November 18th at 2PM, Roseneath Theatre will be holding a reading of their new play Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys and Girls at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre.The play follows the story of 9-year-old Fiona who comes out as male-identified Fin. Fiona has always had this feeling – knowing something is different but not knowing what it was or how to say it. Fiona cuts her hair short and asks her family to start using the name Fin. Dad is accepting of the change right away, but Mom doesn’t quite get it at first. Always from a place of good intentions, we see Fin’s family struggle with this change and through the course of the play ultimately begin to accept and embrace Fin for who he is.

Margaret Burke: Goddess in the Shadows

Tags: Drama
CODE Member Glenys McQueen-Fuentes sat down for a conversation with Margaret Burke, notable Drama Educator and innovator, about her extraordinary career in Drama in Education.

WE had a fantastic time at the 45th CODE Conference

It's hard to believe that, after a year of planning and anticipation, the 45th Annual CODE Conference has drawn to a close. And what a weekend it was!

Have you registered for the 2015 CODE Conference?

Back to school time means that the Annual CODE Conference is quickly approaching. Have you registered yet?

Welcome back to School! Opening week resources

The 2015-16 school year is upon us. Looking for a great way to start your Secondary Drama or Dance class? Check out this resource in our Resources section. 

Get The Early Bird Rate for This Year's CODE Conference

The CODE Conference is only a few short months away!  The deadline to take advantage of the early bird rate is quickly approaching.  Read on to check out some of the amazing things this year's conference will offer!

CODE at the Singapore Drama Educators Association (SDEA) Conference

Educators, Artists, Academics and Community Theatre Practitioners gather in Singapore for SDEA's 2015 Conference, "Standing Still: Still Standing - Reflecting on the Changing Landscape of Drama and Theatre Practice."

Arts, Equity and Innovation Conference

Innovation, arts and equity are celebrated, and practice shared in the first arts conference of its kind hosted in Simcoe County.

World Festival of Children's Theatre - Updates!

PLAY! A Symposium, is for Festival theatre practitioners, academics, parents, researchers, teachers, students, community leaders, health-care workers, gamers -anyone eager to explore play, either through the lens of children's theatre or as a significant human activity. A Resource Fair will also be part of the Symposium, which will take place at the beautiful University of Waterloo Stratford campus.

Alias Dance Project Animates Zion Schoolhouse

Tags: Dance, Event
CODE Conference 2015 presenter Alias Dance Project is animating the Zion Schoolhouse as part of the Animating Historic Sites and Museums project this July in Toronto!

National Roundtable for Teacher Education in the Arts 2015

CODE was pleased to attend the annual NRTEA Conference and Roundtable discussions in Ottawa this past May. This year's conversations and events centred around: Teacher Education in the Arts at a Crossroad - The Impact of demographic and social trends and structures. Discussions and events were held at Ottawa City Hall and the National Art Gallery hosted by CODE past president Michael Wilson, Madeleine Aubry and the steering committee. Please check the website www.nrtea.ca for more information and upcoming final report.