Central Newfoundland performing arts mentorship program wants to spark ideas | Regional-Lifestyles | Lifestyles

No one knows for sure what the theatres arts are going to look like at the other end of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Will it go back to what it was or will it find a new way to evolve?

There is a performing arts mentorship program starting in central Newfoundland that just might be able to find out.

The Tin Roof Project, an extension of the Kitchen Party Theatre Festival, is developed by Girls Power Inc. and the Gordon Pinsent Centre for the Arts.

“It is a development opportunity. The arts have taken a hit from all of this.”

“We want to encourage a good exchange of ideas,” said Bernardine Ann Teraz Stapleton, who helped create the project and festival with Nicole Smith.

The project will pair 10 emerging artists with established artists in an exchange of information. The idea is to connect artists in the theatre and

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