July 2002 – Shadowpath's first show Zigga by Alex Karolyi is presented at the New Voices Festival in Etobicoke and wins 'Best Play of the Festival'. Zigga continues on to the Voice Impact Project in Newmarket a month later and The Toronto Fringe Festival, a year later.
May 2005 - Shadowpath receives funding for the first time and presents, Look Back In Anger in Aurora, funded by The Ontario Trillium Foundation.
April 2006 – Plays In Cafes is born in Newmarket with two new plays presented as staged readings.
Fall 2008– Shadowpath receives a 3-year grant to produce multi-cultural theatre productions in York Region.
'When I started Shadowpath in 2002, I had no idea of its potential. I approached everyday spaces because I couldn't afford to rent the few regional theatres. That turned out to be the best thing for Shadowpath and now everyday spaces are our signature style of theatre producing. Businesses gain a creative boost and access to new customers, performers get a professional opportunity to work in alternative spaces, the community gets more arts and culture programming and Shadowpath gets connected to community partners and free space! Now that's winning!
'When everyone benefits, a whole community wins.'
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