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A 3-D close-up image of a rock with bright pink and blue paint-like splatters across it. Design by Driftnote

Plug-N-Play Residencies

Throughout the Season

TDT is bringing back its Plug-N-Play Residencies after last season’s success! With the goal of sharing our space at the Winchester Street Theatre with more independent artists in the community, we are expanding the size of the program to support even more projects throughout the 2023/24 season.

Consisting of week-long, half-day residencies in the studio free-of-charge, Plug-N-Play is beneficial for choreographers or creators in body-centred practices who are looking for dedicated time to dig deeper into a current project or idea, or who are seeking access to a large space that allows them to experiment with collaborators.

The application deadline for this program has passed. Take a look at the rest of the Collaboration section on our website for other Calls to Artists.

Past Participants

Kwasi Obeng is sitting cross-legged in an open field of golden ornamental grass, smiling at the camera. He wears a white long-sleeved shirt and blue jeans.

Photo by Amanda Lee

Kwasi Obeng

Headshot of Cody Berry in a bright yellow t-shirt, leaning his head and shoulder against a wall.

RedWorks Photography

Cody Berry-Ottertail

Akash is outdoors, wearing a green sweater and their face and neck is completely covered by a textile mask of thick white rope that is stitched together in a circular pattern. They are wearing a black bonnet made of similar thick rope.

Photo by Forest Van Winkle

Akash Inbakumar

Mary-Dora Bloch-Hansen is sitting on their knees on a white floor of a studio space with a wooden wall behind them. Placed over their head is a light pink, mesh sheet that drapes down and covers their upper body. Their legs are bare, showing various tattoos. To their right side, they are holding up a bunch of long skinny branches that are still attached together by the roots.

Photo by Omar Al-Samadi

Mary-Dora Bloch-Hansen

Blessyl Buan is smiling at the camera, wearing a white t-shirt. Her long brown hair and large circular earrings are framing her face.

Blessyl Buan

Photo by Same as Sister

Same as Sister

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