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  1. Pan Bouyoucas

    Pan Bouyoucas

    Pan Bouyoucas came to Canada with his Greek parents in 1963. After studies in architecture, he obtained a BFA in film and theatre at Concordia University and worked a few years as a film critic. Since 1975 he has written in French seven novels, a collection of short stories, a book for children, a dozen radio dramas, and stage plays, many of them translated into several languages. From the Main to Mainstreet (a.k.a. Divided We Stand), which he wrote in English, in 1989 for Montreal’s Centaur Theatre, was the best-selling show ever staged at Toronto’s Canadian Stage Company. The recipient of many literary awards and nominations in Canada and abroad, Bouyoucas is also a talented translator and the winner of the 2002 Quebec Writers Federation Prize for translation. Learn More
  2. Nina Lee Aquino

    Nina Lee Aquino

    Nina Lee Aquino is an award-winning director and dramaturge. She is the current Artistic Director of Factory Theatre. She is the editor of Canada’s first Asian-Canadian two-volume drama anthology Love + Relasianships and the co-editor of the award-winning New Essays on Canadian Theatre Volume One: Asian Canadian Theatre. Nina co-wrote Miss Orient(ed) and her monologues have been published in Beyond the Pale and She Speaks. Awards for her directorial work include: the Canada Council John Hirsch Prize 2008 and two Dora Mavor Moore Awards for Outstanding Direction. She is an honorary member of the Canadian Association for Theatre Research. Learn More
  3. Nicolas Billon

    Nicolas Billon

    Born in 1978, Nicolas Billon grew up in Ottawa, Paris, and Montréal. The Elephant Song is his first play. It premiered at the Stratford Festival in August 2004, and went on to Montréal in January 2005 for a French production at the Théâtre d’Aujourd’hui. Stratford produced Nicolas’s second play, The Measure of Love, in 2005. Learn More
  4. Natalie Alvarez

    Natalie Alvarez

    Natalie Alvarez is an associate professor at Brock University’s Department of Dramatic Arts where she teaches in the Theatre Praxis concentration. Her work on contemporary performance, performance theory, and Latina/o theatre has appeared in a number of periodicals such as Theatre Journal, Journal of Dramatic Theory and Criticism, and Janus Head, as well as in national and international essay collections. Her current SSHRC-funded book project, Enactments of Difference, examines simulations, interculturalism, and performance in military training and dark tourism. She also serves as co-editor of the Canadian Theatre Review’s Views and Reviews.

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  5. Nadine Desrochers

    Nadine Desrochers

    Nadine Desrochers is a literary translator and an assistant professor at the Université de Montréal’s school of library and information science. She holds a Ph.D. in French Literature from the University of Ottawa and an MLIS from Western University. Learn More
  6. Morwyn Brebner

    Morwyn Brebner

    Morwyn Brebner is a graduate of the National Theatre School of Canada’s playwrighting program. Her plays include Music for Contortionist, Liquor Guns Karate, Little Mercy’s First Murder, The Optimists, and The Pessimist. She is a playwright-in-residence at Toronto’s Tarragon Theatre. Learn More
  7. Moira Day

    Moira Day

    Moira Day is an active researcher and writer in the area of Canadian theatre with a particular focus on women in prairie theatre prior to 1960. She served as English-language book editor until recently, and now as co-editor for Theatre Research in Canada/Recherches Théâtrales au Canada. She has spoken at conferences both within Canada and internationally in Ireland and China.

    She is currently working on a book on Elizabeth Sterling Haynes, another important pioneer in the area. She teaches Canadian drama, play analysis, dramatic literature, and theatre history aesthetics and criticism at the University of Saskatchewan. Learn More
  8. MJ Cruise

    MJ Cruise

    MJ Cruise is an award-winning playwright and published choral composer. Her plays have been performed across North America and have been translated and produced in Germany. MJ teaches drama in Grimsby, Ontario, and is an ambassador for promoting the arts to young people through workshops and festival productions. Other plays include Albert Street, Dried Flowers, In My Life, and A Stranger in Our House.

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  9. Michel Marc Bouchard

    Michel Marc Bouchard

    Michel Marc Bouchard O.C., C.Q. member of the Académie des Lettres du Québec, has written more than 20 plays that have been translated into several languages and performed in the most prestigious theatres and festivals worldwide. His best known works are: Lilies, The Orphan Muses, Dangerous Passes Road, The Tale of Teeka, The Coronation Voyage, Tom at the Farm, Christina, the Girl King, and The Divine, a Play for Sarah Bernhardt. Several of his works have been adapted for the cinema. He has received numerous awards here and all around the world. In 2015, he made his entry in the Larousse dictionary. Learn More
  10. Megan Gail Coles

    Megan Gail Coles

    Megan Gail Coles is a graduate of Memorial University, the National Theatre School of Canada, and is currently enrolled in the UBC M.F.A. Opt-Res program. She is Co-Founder and Artistic Director of Poverty Cove Theatre Company. She is presently working on her debut novel (House of Anansi, 2017) and the Driftwood Trilogy of plays. Megan’s first fiction collection, Eating Habits of the Chronically Lonesome (Killick), won the BMO Winterset Award, the ReLit Award, and the Margaret & John Savage First Book Award, and earned her the one-time Writers’  Trust Five x Five prize. Originally from Savage Cove on the Great Northern Peninsula, Megan now resides in St. John’s, where she is also executive director of Riddle Fence.

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