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4th Line Theatre @ Home

4th Line Theatre is excited to launch a new initiative this month, the Propel Weekly Writing Program, adding to the company’s virtual programming as part of the Nexicom Presents 4th Line Theatre @ Home event series.  Anyone interested in participating is invited to join Managing Artistic Director Kim Blackwell for one or all in this 11-week series of online writing/creation workshops. The workshops are designed to inspire writers and creators and to allow them to commit time to their projects. There will also be time in each session to discuss work and collect feedback from Blackwell.

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Managing Artistic Director

 “It is so challenging to carve out the time to devote to your artistic endeavours, especially your writing projects. The Propel Writing Program will allow interested participants to join me twice a week for a 20-minute period of writing and then, if you want, we can discuss your project, your progress and any challenges you are facing.”

The writing workshops will run twice-a-week on Wednesdays and Thursdays from

5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. beginning on Wednesday, February 17th through to Thursday, April 29th.  Thanks to Nexicom, registration is free-of-charge. Space is limited to 50 participants per session, on a first-come, first-serve basis. The sessions will be hosted on the Zoom video platform. Closed captioning (CC) for the sessions is available to all participants.

   To register for the weekly workshop, please select your dates below.

Wednesday, February 17:

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All of 4th Line Theatre’s virtual events are sponsored by Nexicom, who have always been an advocate of the importance of community connectivity.

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