Application: MARQUEE, free arts program for LGBTQ2S youth
The Musical Stage Company, Canada’s leading charitable musical theatre organization, and TD Bank Group, in partnership with The AMY Project (Artists Mentoring Youth), have created MARQUEE, a free arts program for LGBTQ2S youth. MARQUEE seeks to empower LGBTQ2S youth in Toronto by connecting them to the stories and songs of the rock musical "Next to Normal".

https://musicalstagecompany.com/production/next-to-normal/

MARQUEE offers participants:
☆ A great community of art-loving LGBTQ2S peers and mentors
☆ A free ticket for you and a friend (another LGBTQ2S youth or ally) to see the musical "Next to Normal"
☆ A theatre workshop with cast and crew from the "Next to Normal" production
☆ A creative storytelling workshop with acclaimed writer and performer Kai Cheng Thom
☆ An opportunity to make art and make new friends in an affirming space!

The program is open to LGBTQ2S-identified individuals between the ages of 16 and 29.
No previous experience in the arts is necessary!
Priority will be given to applicants who can attend all three program events.

The program is FREE. There are limited spots. If you have any questions, or if you require an alternate way to complete this application, please contact Adri at adri@theamyproject.com.

***** Applications are due Friday, March 22nd at midnight *****

For more information on The Musical Stage Company and The AMY Project, visit:
musicalstagecompany.com
theamyproject.com

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MARQUEE is an inclusive program and we particularly encourage applications from LGBTQ2S folks with diverse experiences, particularly those who are: Two-Spirit, transgender, non-binary, Indigenous, Black, People of Colour, people with disabilities, living with mental illness, and/or have experiences of homelessness. If you would like to self-identify in any of these groups, and/or share why these parts of your identity are important to you, feel free to do so here.
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