Walt Whitman’s Secret nominated for 6 Jessie Richardson Theatre Awards Romeo and Juliet The List The Love of Don Perlimplin Odyssey The Pitmen Painters Titus Andronicus The Odyssey The Centre of Everything Civilised

Walt Whitman’s Secret nominated for 6 Jessie Richardson Theatre Awards

Walt Whitman’s Secret nominated for 6 Jessie Richardson Theatre Awards including Outstanding Direction and Outstanding Production

Romeo and Juliet

By William Shakespeare
Adapted and Directed by Jack Paterson and Mark Modzelewski
Cardiff Open Air Theatre Festival: Everyman 16

“…innovative…challenging…daring…a frisson of new energy…taking the leap into the unknown…” – MyTheatreMates.com

The List

By Jennifer Tremblay & Translated By Shelley Tepperman
Directed by Jack Paterson
“…the power of words and an actor to conjure a complex, emotional world…elegant, essential and poetic…” – The Vancouver Sun

The Love of Don Perlimplin

By F. Garcia Lorca, The Shaw Festival
“A bold and visual exploration of Lorca’s text, with beautiful choreography and stunning music”
Ashlie Corcoran, A Thousand Island Playhouse

Odyssey

Inspired by Homer’s Epic Poem
Devised By The Ensemble | Directed By Jack Paterson
“…an astonishing show!” – Simon Usher, Director (RSC, The Print Room)

The Pitmen Painters

By Lee Hall | Directed By Jack Paterson
“…one of the most consistently pleasing shows In recent memory.” – The Province

Titus Andronicus

By William Shakespeare
Adapted and Directed by Jack Paterson
“…one of the best shows in a strong season…Paterson makes the play’s relevance inarguable.”
Colin Thomas, The Georgia Straight

The Odyssey

Adapted from the epic poem by Homer
By John Murrell | Directed by Jack Paterson
Carousel Theatre for Young People
“…so imaginatively conceived…Highest praise: my eight-year-old companion talked about this show all night and well into the next day.” Colin Thomas, The Georgia Straight

The Centre of Everything Civilised

By Kate Weneberg | Directed by Jack Paterson
“Stunning, Sexy, Heartbreaking…Just see it”
Mooney On Theatre

08th Jun 2016

Producing 2016: BoucheWHACKED! Translation Workshop and Reading Series (Vancouver, CAN)

THE HOTTEST NEW FRANCOPHONE PLAYS IN ENGLISH TRANSLATION

07th Oct 2016

Outreach 2016: Audition Speeches for Black, South Asian and Middle Eastern Actors

Throughout my travels an ongoing commitment to the Canadian community has been maintained through free long distance dramaturgy to playwrights from the Yukon to Montreal; supporting networking (introductions such organisations...

13th Jun 2016

New Works 2016: Playground (London, UK)

A new play by Karen Morash When it comes to playground politics, it’s hard to tell the grown-ups from the children.

14th Jun 2016

Producing 2016: Theatre503 Resident Producer (London, UK)

A four month Production Residency with the Olivier Award winning New Play House Theatre503

14th Jun 2016

New Works 2016: Servants (London, UK)

By Christopher O’Shaughnessy Virginia Woolf and her servant Millie. Who depends upon whom? If Millie does not cook, will Virginia starve? What is Millie's secret? And dare she tell Virginia?

05th Sep 2015

New Works 2015: 再见 GOODBYE (London, UK)

A Cross Cultural Musical in English and Mandarin

03rd Jun 2015

Producing: The Governor General Award Plays Project: Age of Minority (Ottawa, CAN)

June 13, 2015 Canada's Magnetic North Festival National Arts Centre 4th Stage FREE EVENT

23rd Apr 2015

Production & Translation 2015: Ta Gueule Translation Workshop & Reading Series 2015 (Vancouver, CAN)

PAY WHAT YOU CAN Contemporary works in translation from across Canada May 30 & 31

09th Mar 2015

Main Stage 2015: The List (Vancouver, CAN)

"...ambitious and beautifully realized..." - The Georgia Straight

09th Mar 2015

2014 in Review

A Year of Directing, Professional Development, Acting, New Works, Devising, Cross Disciplinary

09th Mar 2015

Acting 2014: The Patron Saint of Stanley Park (Prince George, CAN)

"I knew he was winning when I recognized myself…” – The Prince George Citizen

09th Mar 2015

Devising 2014: Odyssey (London, UK)

"…an astonishing show!” - Simon Usher, Director (Royal Court, RSC)

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