Audrey Dwyer is a multi-disciplinary artist with over twenty years of experience working as an actor, director, playwright, teacher, artistic director, facilitator, and mentor. In 2018, Audrey Dwyer was named one of the eighteen artists to watch by NOW Magazine. That year, her play Calpurnia became a box-office hit on the Toronto scene. Calpurnia was named one of the five hottest tickets in Canada across the country by The Globe and Mail. Her writing includes The D Cut, an award-winning six-episode series on Crave and Shaftesbury Film’s KindaTV YouTube channel. She was one of the winners of the CBC Creative Relief Fund to create a television pilot called The Gordons. She has been commissioned by the Tarragon Theatre to write Come Home—The Legend of Daddy Hall. Her libretto Backstage at Carnegie Hall was recently produced in Montreal. She’s been commissioned by Nightswimming Theatre to write The Generations, an epic five-hour drama about the legacy of a Black family over many thousands of years. She graduated from the National Theatre School of Canada.