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DW Communications


Dianne Weinrib founded DW Communications in 1989 to create a platform for small and medium-sized arts companies to be recognized for their contributions to the community-at-large, to achieve visibility and build audiences for their work. For ten years prior, Dianne worked as the Publicity and Marketing Director for Toronto's Theatre Plus, Toronto Free Theatre and the Canadian Stage Company.

DW Communications has earned the respect and trust of the Toronto performing arts community and has built an extensive network of the country's most influential entertainment media.

DW Communications has collaborated on and launched inaugural seasons of three city-wide Toronto cultural festivals that are now well established in the community: First Night New Year's Eve Festival of the Arts, ASHKENAZ: A Festival of New Yiddish Culture and Doors Open Toronto. Other festivals and events include BuskerFest, and the Dora Mavor Moore Awards.

Clients range from small cutting-edge independent theatre and dance companies such as: Necessary Angel, Alianak Theatre Productions, Go Chicken Go, Kate Alton's Overall Dance, Volcano, and Yvonne Ng's Princess Productions, to established producers and venues such as: Hummingbird Centre for the Performing Arts, Roy Thomson Hall/Massey Hall, Theatre Passe Muraille's, Factory Theatre and Buddies in Bad Times Theatre.

DW Communications offers exceptional value and personalized service and brings its experience to work to help its clients reach their audiences.

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