2020 FUNDrive!

Do you have the post-Christmas blues? Wish that giving season came back? Want to support a great cause AND get rid of everything you just replaced with gifts? Donate your used clothing and small household items and help independent theatre thrive. Bygone Theatre has partnered with Value Village to help you help us. Every pound you donate translates to dollars on the stage. Your donation will help us put on the quality, historically accurate shows you love – but will also help us house our large vintage and antique prop and costume warehouse AND allow us to give back to the arts community. Get an early start on spring cleaning and come to any one of our community partners today!

Event Dates: December 20 – February 1, 2020

Collection location during drive:
38 Cross St, Toronto, ON M9N 2B9

Gigi’s House of Frills, 731 Dovercourt Road, TORONTO, ON M6H 2W7

Pickups available – email conor@bygonetheatre.com

Visit our site for more details and to make a pledge!

Dial M For Murder – Tracking the Production Process

So much goes into the production of a show. From administrative work like budgeting and scheduling, to work on set, costumes, props advertising, fundraising, makeup – it’s almost endless.

So for our next production, “Dial M For Murder”, I’ve decided to do regular posts that focus on particular elements of the production process, highlighting both the cost and time spent, as well as some little tricks-of-the-trade that we pick up along the way.

If there’s an area of production you are curious about, ask us! And we’ll make it the focus of one of our blogs.

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-E.D.