Don’t believe what you see outside your window! Summer is coming and soon it will be the launch of “Destination Roseau 2014” a celebration of theatre, film, art and music, made possible through support from the Ontario’s  Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport’s “Celebrate Ontario” programme.Image

As part of our inaugural festival the TWG Gallery is staging “Brave Art”. We are still looking for a few more artists to participate in a solo or group presentation of their work for periods within July and August. Our only rule is “NO PICTURES OF MUSKOKA CHAIRS, LOONS OR THE SEGWUN STEAMSHIP”.  We’ll consider all media and genres…as long as it fits in the door. We can also present outdoor works. 

“Brave Art” reflects the age old question “What is art?” as  discussed in our Muskoka Theatre Project’s presentation of the new comedy “The Audit”, playing here in Rosseau July 8 – 19th. 


The TWG Gallery opened last summer and is operated by the Rosseau Culture and Arts Project, a non–profit organization that promotes art and cultural activity and events in the Village of Rosseau.

Interested artists please submit an email with a link to your work:

Looking forward to a great season ahead.

Vince Grittani, executive director 

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Audience experiences new side of theatre (The Mid-North Monitor, Mar 20 2014, Page1)

Audience experiences new side of theatre
The Mid-North Monitor
Mar 20 2014

A select few became witnesses to the behind the play theatre experience on March 8. Playwright Vince Grittani is in the process of tweaking his new play The Audit and was joined by Jason Morrow, Mike Boivin and Theresa Laurenti to give the audience a…read more…

Celebrate Destination Rosseau! Coming Summer 2014! Art, Music, Theatre & Film


Even though the ice is still out there on the lake and snow surrounds us, it’s time to think summer! As executive director of the non-profit Rosseau Culture and Arts Project,  I am proud to announce the first annual  “Destination Rosseau”, a celebration of music, theatre, film and art.  Years in the making, this brings together The Muskoka Theatre Project, The TWG Gallery, The new Muskoka Film Festival and The Rosseau Academy of Arts and Practical Science all under one umbrella.

Through generous support from the Ontario Government’s Celebrate Ontario 2014 grant programme, sponsorship, the Municipality of Seguin Township, volunteers and others, Rosseau is well on its way to becoming an arts destination.

Our playhouse…a spiced up Agricultural Hall!

It was here in Rosseau, back in 2002, that the Muskoka Theatre Project began to produce live theatre and musical concerts beginning with its original, award-winning, one-woman show “Quiet! I’m Talking” (soon to become a feature film “The Grass Widow of Muskoka”).  Since then we consistently presented quality professional theatre up until 2010. This year we return with a presentation of “The Audit” a new romantic comedy plus other productions and musical events.

The TWG Gallery, now in its second year, will be presenting several shows of local and regional artists under the banner “Brave New Art” along with our second annual “Paint the Town, Rosseau”.

ImageThe Rosseau Academy of Arts and Practical Science will be holding a series of workshops in arts, science and theatre for  kids and various media for adults throughout the summer.

Finally, over three days in September, “Destination Rosseau” will feature The Muskoka Film Festival, in three venues featuring not only great flicks but in many cases the filmmakers themselves.

Our final schedule of events is being finalized and new things are being added. In the meantime, keep visiting for details.

Also, WE ARE LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS with all our activities including the theatre, the workshops and the film festival. If you are interested in helping out please drop us a line and tell us your area of interest and availability. We’ll get back to you ASAP.

Bring on the summer!

Vince Grittani, executive director

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Actors Wanted! General Call


The Muskoka Theatre Project (now operating under the non-profit Rosseau Culture and Arts Project) is looking for union and non-union local actors of all ages…Local meaning those with their own transportation and accommodations in the Muskoka/Parry Sound region. In the past we have presented such original shows as the award winning “Quiet! I’m Talking”, “Scenes From My Dock” and “Wake Me When It’s Over!”. This is a general search for several future projects, both plays and musicals, beginning this summer and onwards and will be produced in various venues. Please submit a photo and resume to . For more information visit



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