Paula Wing is a playwright, translator, and teacher. Plays in progress include Vox Lumina, a story centred around medieval mystic Hildegard of Bingen, and The Cabin, a play about land and history in cottage country. Paula’s adaptation of Josh Funk’s picture book How to Code a Sandcastle premiered at Thousand
Islands Playhouse in 2021. Her most recent translation is Home by Mireille Tawfik for Montreal’s Imago Theatre. Paula teaches youth in partnership with many organizations including the Gryphon Trio’s Listen Up program, Kick Start Arts, Young People’s Theatre, and Soulpepper Theatre. She’s a sessional professor at the University of Windsor, and the creative writing instructor at the Native Men’s Residence in Toronto. Paula is also a sought-after dramaturge, currently working with, among others, Sarena Parmar on Hunger, at Tarragon Theatre, and on Pawâgan (a Cree adaptation of Shakespeare’s Macbeth) by Reneltta Arluk for the Stratford Festival.