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  1. Matthew Heiti

    Matthew Heiti

    Born and living in a meteor crater in Northern Ontario, Matthew has a BFA in acting and an MA in creative writing. He is the author of a novel, The City Still Breathing, as well as several plays. He is currently playwright-in-residence with Pat the Dog Theatre Creation.

    In his spare time, he is usually working. You can find him being nostalgic at www.harkback.org. Feel free to say “Hello.”

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  2. Kate Hennig

    Kate Hennig

    Kate Hennig is a multi-award-winning theatre artist: a playwright, performer, teacher, and associate artistic director of the Shaw Festival. Kate’s first published play, The Last Wife, which premiered at the Stratford Festival in 2015, was met with rave reviews and has had six subsequent productions with another four productions scheduled. The Virgin Trial, the second play in the Tudor queens series, played to sellout audiences, critical acclaim, and an extended run. Kate is currently writing Mother’s Daughter, which will round out the trilogy. Kate adapted Oscar Wilde’s stories for children as Wilde Tales for the 2017 Shaw Festival season. Born in England and raised in Alberta, she lives and writes in Stratford, Ontario. Learn More
  3. Hugh Hazelton

    Hugh Hazelton

    Hugh Hazelton is a Montreal writer and translator who specializes in the comparison of Canadian and Quebec literatures with those of Latin America. He has written four books of poetry and translates from Spanish, French and Portuguese into English; his translation of Vétiver, a book of poems by Joël Des Rosiers, won the Governor General’s award for French-English translation in 2006. He is a professor emeritus of Spanish at Concordia University in Montreal and former co-director of the Banff International Literary Translation Centre. In 2016 he received the Linda Garboriau Award for his work on behalf of literary translation in Canada. Learn More
  4. Hiro Kanagawa

    Hiro Kanagawa

    Hiro Kanagawa is a Vancouver-based actor and writer. His distinctions include Jessie Richardson Awards for both acting and writing, an Asians on Film award, and numerous other nominations. Although best known as an actor, he was a story editor on several critically-acclaimed Canadian television series: Da Vinci’s Inquest, Da Vinci’s City Hall, Intelligence, and Blackstone. His plays Tiger of Malaya and The Patron Saint of Stanley Park have been performed across Canada. His most recent play Indian Arm received the 2015 Jessie Award for Outstanding Original Script. Learn More
  5. Erin Hurley

    Erin Hurley

    Erin Hurley is professor in the Department of English at McGill University. A specialist in Quebec theatre and affect studies, she has edited Theatres of Affect and Once More, with Feeling with Playwrights Canada Press. Her scholarship also appears in Moynan King's Queer / Play: Contemporary Queer Canadian Women's Performance and Plays, as well as in Volumes 9 and 12 of Critical Perspectives on Canadian Theatre in English. Her award-winning monograph, National Performance is now available in French as De l'Expo 67 à Céline Dion. Essai sur la performance nationale. Learn More
  6. Don Hannah

    Don Hannah

    Don Hannah is a playwright and novelist who lives in Toronto and Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. He was the inaugural Lee Playwright-in-Residence at the University of Alberta where he wrote While We’re Young. In 2008, he directed his play There is a Land of Pure Delight at Live Bait Theatre in New Brunswick. As a dramaturge, he has worked with playwrights from across the country, and for five years was on the faculty of the Banff Playwrights Colony. His books include Shoreline, a collection of his plays, and the novel, Ragged Islands, which received the Thomas H. Raddall Atlantic Fiction Prize. Learn More
  7. DD Kugler

    DD Kugler

    DD Kugler, a Vancouver-based freelance dramaturg/director in theatre and dance, was the first Canadian president of the Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas (LMDA, 2000–2002). He served eight seasons as Production Dramaturg with Toronto’s Necessary Angel Theatre (1985–1993), five seasons as Artistic Director of Edmonton’s Northern Light Theatre (1993–1998), and has taught for the past ten years in the Theatre Area at Simon Fraser University’s School for the Contemporary Arts. Kugler adapted Marc Diamond’s Property, and (in collaboration with Richard Rose) co-authored Newhouse, as well as the adaptations of Michael Ondaatje’s Coming Through Slaughter, and Timothy Findley’s Not Wanted on the Voyage. Learn More
  8. Daniel Karasik

    Daniel Karasik

    Daniel Karasik writes drama, poetry, and fiction. A recent grand prize winner of the CBC Literary Award for Fiction and the Canadian Jewish Playwriting Award, he is the author of three books: The Remarkable Flight of Marnie McPhee (Playwrights Canada Press), The Crossing Guard & In Full Light, a collection of plays (Playwrights Canada Press), and Hungry, a poetry collection (Cormorant Books). He also works as an actor and director and helms the Toronto-based theatre company Tango Co., through which he has developed many of his plays, produced across Canada, in the United States, and regularly in translation in Germany.

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  9. Catherine Hernandez

    Catherine Hernandez

    Catherine Hernandez is a writer and theatre practitioner. As a past columnist for the National Post and the former head of Factory Theatre’s Education/Outreach/Publicity program, she has also worked as a marketer/publicist/educator for Native Earth Performing Arts, Theatre Passe Muraille, bcurrent, Carlos Bulosan Theatre, and others. Singkil, which premiered as part of Factory Theatre’s 2006/07 season, has garnered seven Dora Mavor Moore award nominations, including Best New Play, Independent Division. She is currently working on her newest play, Kilt Pins, and presenting her one-woman puppet show, Eating With Lola. Learn More
  10. Caroline Howarth

    Caroline Howarth

    Caroline Howarth is a founding co-director of Concrete Theatre and has directed many projects, including the Sterling Award-winning The Shape of a Girl and the Sprouts New Play Festival for Kids for the company. She is a theatre instructor at Concordia University College of Alberta where she teaches acting, directing, and theatre for young audiences. Caroline also works in opera as a singer and director and is currently a graduate student in the new M.F.A. Theatre Practice program at the University of Alberta. Learn More

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