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Construction has resumed at the Bus Stop Theatre! We will remain closed for the months of January and February in the hopes of completing our exciting renovations before welcoming you

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Please send a cover letter and resume by email to


Our goal is to be a diverse workforce that is representative of our community and to facilitate experience acquisition and career potential in the cultural sector. For this job position, we will only accept applications from people of the Deaf, Disabled or Mad community, as well as Indigenous People, African Nova Scotians and People of Colour. If you are a member of one of these equity groups you are encouraged to self-identify, on either your application form, your cover letter or your resume.

Posted @withregram • @busstopwriterscircle Registration is now open for the first 2022 Circle! The next session will happen virtually via Zoom.

As always, the writers' circle is free to attend and open to everyone.

We're an open invite writers' collective that meets monthly to share writing and feedback. We've designed an affirming, nurturing space to support the vulnerable practice of sharing new writing. This month, the circle is facilitated by Writers' Circle Producer & co-founder Meg Hubley.

Sign up at the link in the bio. 

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DEADLINE: FEB 4th 2022

Send cover letter and resume by email to


Our goal is to be a diverse workforce that is representative of our community and to facilitate experience acquisition and career potential in the cultural sector. For this position, we will only accept applications from Disabled folk, Indigenous People, African Nova Scotians and Other Racially Visible Persons. If you are a member of one of these equity groups you are encouraged to self-identify, on either your application form, your cover letter or your resume.

SALARY: $4,499 for 200 hrs (22 / hr for approx. 5 hrs / wk)

The Writers Circle Coordinator will work in collaboration with representatives of the Bus Stop Theatre Co-op Writers Circle to plan and execute and facilitate monthly script-writing circles.

They will create content for the Writers Circle social media channels to promote and generate enthusiasm for monthly meetings and any future presentations of participants’ work.

The Writers Circle Coordinator will also reach out to underrepresented communities, BIPOC artists, and newcomers to Canada, inviting writers of different backgrounds to access the connections and development opportunities offered by the Writers Circle. In this way, the position supports the provision of services to these communities, and helps curate diverse programming.


*Experience in event coordinating
*Experience managing and generating content for social media platforms
*Experience in meeting facilitation
*Experience in theatre, screenwriting, or literature an asset
*Experience in community outreach an asset
*Organizational skills
*Strong interpersonal skills


*Create content promoting the Writers Circle call for submissions, and any additional Writers’ Circle programming, for social media and the Bus Stop Theatre website
Respond to submissions and organize monthly meet-ups for participating writers (on Zoom or in-person)
*Host and moderate monthly sharing circles, encouraging respectful and engaged participation from all members
*Monitor the BST Writers Circle e-mail and social

Best wishes of warmth, health and peace to everyone ❤️ ...

Posted @withregram • @busstopwriterscircle see you next year Kjipuktuk, and stay safe 💛💛💛 ...

Posted @withregram • @busstopwriterscircle Join us for an engaging evening celebrating five years of the Bus Stop Writers’ Circle! Starting as a small crew of local playwrights in 2016, the Circle has grown into an open, accessible monthly meet-up for writers across many disciplines. The Writers’ Circle Cabaret features all-original poetry, music, stand-up, play excerpts and short films all fostered within our home at the Bus Stop Theatre.

With performances from Tara Taylor, Anna Quon, Stevey Hunter, Rooks Field-Green, Julia MacVicar, Colleen MacIsaac, Lo Robbins, Keith Morrison and short films by Kevin Hartford and Rebecca Falvey.


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Support the Bus Stop Theatre and get all your last holiday gifts 🎁


Tune in on Facebook at 7pm for the announcement of winners! 😻

#auction #giftideas #giftbaskets

Posted @withregram • @centreforarttapes Are you worried about the supply chain breakdown but still need gifts for your loved ones? We have you covered with our holiday sale!

As usual we are raising funds for a new space but this time with multiples of all types! We have artwork, prints, crafts, drinks and other many other visually appealing oddities!

Its happening Dec. 11th 1-7pm in the lobby of Busstop Theater @2203 Gottingen st.

Stop by for a drink and some shopping there is a lot of amazing stuff!!

Posted @withregram • @hellocityimprov We. Are. Back‼️‼️‼️

Halifax! It’s been almost TWO YEARS since we've done a show at our little home away from home on Gottingen Street- so we figured let's make up for lost time.

Two Nights. Two Shows.

December 8th & 9th at 7:30pm! Pay a Bill - $10-$20!
Tickets go LIVE Monday, Nov 22nd at 8am⬅️

December 8th is Hello City with special guest Mollie Cronin aka @art.brat.comics ✨

December 9th will be Hello City ft. Pals of hello city 🥰

Proof of Vaccination will be required!
See you soon!

#Halifax #NovaScotia #HalifaxEvents #HalifaxNoise #HelloCityImprov #HalifaxComedy

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Posted @withregram • @homefirsttheatre Tickets are selling and they’re selling fast!

🎟Follow the link in our bio to get your tickets! 🎟
Please see the following show schedule that includes all our accessible features:

Thursday, Nov 25th @ 8:00 pm (Preview)
Friday, Nov 26th @ 8:00 pm (Opening)
Saturday, Nov 27th @ 8:00 pm
Sunday, Nov 28th @ 2:00 pm
Sunday, Nov 28th @ 8:00 pm (Heightened Narration)
Tuesday, Nov 30th @ 8:00 pm
Wednesday, Dec 1st @ 8:00 pm (ASL Interpreted)
Thursday, Dec 2nd @ 8:00 pm (Heightened Narration)
Friday, Dec 3rd @ 8:00 pm (ASL Interpreted)
Saturday, Dec 4th @ 2:00 pm
Saturday, Dec 4th @ 8:00 pm
Sunday, Dec 5th @ 2:00 pm

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#DecemberManHFT #TheDecemberMan #Halifaxnoise #HalifaxTheatre #canadiantheatre #supportlocal #YWCA #HFT #homefirsttheatre

Peekaboo! 👀 Will I see you at tonight’s #halloween Twitter Watch Party this at 10PM AST / 9PM EST to see the season finale of @EPIX’s @chapelwaite . Catch it on @ctvscifi
#BloodCallsBlood 🩸🩸

#chapelwaite #chapelwaiteseason1 #chapelwaiteseries #chapelwaitetvshow #stephenking #horror #gothic #vampire #watchparty

T&S MEET THE TEAM: Melissa MacKenzie (she/her)

Melissa MacKenzie is a performer, creator, and activist from Epekweit (PEI). She’s trying to figure out how to build a life around storytelling, menstrual equity, and loving other humans. She holds an Honours Bachelor of Music Theatre Performance from Sheridan College.

Recent credits include: Dear Rita (Charlottetown Festival), Johnny & June (Kitbag Theatre), good girl (Trailside Music Hall; 120 Diner), It’s a Wonderful Life (Magnus Theatre), Kitsault (Pucl & Price), Anne & Gilbert (The Guild), Crazy for You, Trap Door (Theatre Sheridan), Perfect Wedding, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Stephenville Theatre Festival), We Are Canadian, Soul of the Island (Charlottetown Festival Young Company).

T&S MEET THE TEAM: Jacob Hemphill (he/him)

Jacob Hemphill is an actor/musician/producer from Epekweit (PEI). After graduating with an Honours Bachelor in Theatre & Opera at Dalhousie University back in April 2020, Jacob can’t begin to express how grateful he is to be performing and creating art during this time. His latest endeavour has been co-founding Kitbag Theatre alongside Melissa MacKenzie and Rebecca Parent to bring as much accessible professional theatre to the Island as possible.

Recent credits include: Johnny & June, The Princess & The Handmaiden (Kitbag Theatre); The Songs of Anne & Gilbert (The Guild); Boeing Boeing, Crimes of The Heart, Dial ‘M’ for Murder, A Moon for the Misbegotten (Watermark Theatre)

Small town. Young lovers. Big secret.

Kitbag Theatre’s Tuesdays & Sundays hits the Bus Stop stage THIS WEEKEND! Inspired by the true PEI story of the murder of Mary Tuplin, Tuesdays & Sundays is making its final off-island tour stop in Halifax on October 29-30.

Oct 29, 2:00PM
Oct 29, 7:30PM
Oct 30, 2:00PM
Oct 30, 7:30PM

Tuesdays & Sundays
A Kitbag Theatre Production @kitbagtheatre
By Daniel Arnold & Medina Hahn
Starring Jacob Hemphill @jakehemphill and Melissa MacKenzie @melissamackenz
Directed by Rebecca Parent @rdparent
Production & Stage Managed by Beth Elliot @elielliot
Photo by Colin Kelly @colinjkelly

Tickets available at the link in bio ✨

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