About ETC - Mission Statement
The Encinitas Theatre Consortium was founded in 2008 to bring performance art to local audiences. We have launched the Readers Theatre, Playwrights Forum and the Encinitas Silent Film Festival.
ETC Director - Judith Montague
Judith Montague has been involved in local theatre for over thirty years as playwright, actress and producer. She has served on the board of four theatres and was co founder of Sixth@Penn with Dale Morris. She has had well over a dozen plays produced or developed locally at the Fritz, Sixth@Penn, Gaslamp, San Diego Repertory and the Carlsbad Players. Nationally, a partial list includes the Ensemble Theatre of New York, Ashland, Lincoln Center, Ensemble of Theatre of Cincinnati, Gene Dynarski, Off Ramp, Turnip Festival, Milwaukee Rep., L.A. Theatreworks, Mills College, Laugh Factory and the Orlando Shakespeare Festival just to name a few. Her residences have been at Cummington, the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts and the Ensemble Theatre of New York who awarded her a Sloane Grant. She has been cited by South Coast Rep, the Denver Center, Womens Playwright Initiative, Oglebay Townsend Festival, Golden Gate, San Francisco Drama Rama and numerous other theatres for her works. Two of her films were produced by the American Film Institute.
She has won a California Arts Council Grant, a San Diego Dance Award and she co produced Kimberly Akimbo at Sixth@Penn which was awarded best play of 2005. Montague resides in Cardiff with her husband Jon and has three grown children. Her favorite pastime is deep sea fishing.
For more information about the Encinitas Theatre Consortium or their events please contact Judith Montague.
ETC would like to give special thanks to the following:
- The City of Encinitas
- The Mizel Foundation
- LaCosta Dental
Board of Trustees:
Judith Montague, Director
Jon Montague, Secretary
Robin Stark, Treasurer
Ashley Howard Goltz