The Nomads Rugby Football Club is one of the six founding clubs of the Ontario Rugby Union and the Toronto Rugby Union. Our acting group was formed in part from members of the Nomads, hence our name. The Nomads play at Fletcher's Fields northeast of Toronto, and practise around the downtown core.

Our home since 1975, The TRANZAC (an abbreviation of Toronto Australia New Zealand Club) is a non-profit, member-supported community organization with a focus on promoting arts, music, and theatre.

The NAGs are proud members of Theatre Ontario, which has been serving Ontario's Theatre community since 1971 and provides theatre practitioners throughout Ontario with training and information to enhance and support their art form.

The NAGs are happy to support Isthmus by donating the profits from pantomime matinees. Isthmus is a Canadian charity that provides food for hungry students during the weekends. Isthmus is one of the only programs in the country to provide students with reliable access to food that bridges the food security gap they experience over the weekends.

The NAGs are members of ACT-CO, a regional not-for-profit organization dedicated to supporting community theatre in Central Ontario. ACT-CO has been part of the theatrical community since 1932, encouraging development and appreciation of the performing arts.

Since 1974 Toronto’s Bloor West Village Players have produced both entertaining and thought-provoking theatre. As a non-profit group it aims to offer professional production quality, at a modest cost. It is an active part of the community and provides opportunities for training and participation in all aspects of theatre.

Ben Crocker provides modern pantomime scripts which feel fresh, funny and new - yet retain all the traditions which make pantomime such a winner with all audiences from 3 to 103.