XTW uses discussion, listening, and the exchange of life experience as the foundation of our work. Our collaborative approach, which does not rely on the chief guidance of one mastermind, allows for deeper and more meaningful analysis, and changes the way we rehearse and perform theatrical material. We are interested in a wide range of dramatic sources, from the classics to new works, and seek guidance from the communities we serve to create our programming.
We embrace all races, ethnicities, national origins, gender identities, gender expressions, sexual orientations, ages, disabilities, socio-economic statuses, classes, religions, and all the equity-seeking and under represented groups that make up our community.
We are committed to the establishment of safe and respectful working environments for all artists free from unprofessional or inappropriate behaviour, such as: abuse of power, bullying, discrimination, harassment or sexual harassment, reprisal or violence.