Oh, … Lovely War! – Production Team

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Autumn Smith, Director*

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* The participation of this artist is arranged by permission of Canadian Actors’ Equity Association under the provisions of the Dance/Opera/Theatre Policy (DOT).


Autumn Smith, Director

Autumn SmithFor Hart House Theatre: Debut

Selected Credits: Curator: Territorial Tales (Canadian Stage); Director Pirates of Penzance (Canadian Children’s Opera Chorus); Director Orestes (UTM/Theatre Sheridan); Director Tales From Ovid, Twelfth Night, Winter’s Tale, Antigone and My Brother’s Book (York University); Artistic Director and Director The Rake’s Progress, New Electric Ballroom, bedbound, The Weir, Disco Pigs, Teacht I dTir:Voices from Ireland Park, Talking Heads, The Good Thief (MackenzieRo:The Irish Repertory Theatre Company of Canada in association with The Druid Theatre/Galway, Canadian Stage Festival of New Ideas, Tarragon Theatre, George Brown and Next Stage Festival); Director The Penelopiad, Caucasian Chalk Circle, Playing for Time, Our Town, Stepping Out, The Children’s Hour and  Piece of My Heart (Stagedoor Manor in Association with The American Theatre Wing); Director Rider’s to the Sea (Shaw Festival).

About:Autumn is a director, curator, educator and innovator.  Recently she worked for Canadian Stage as the Curator and Producer of Community Engagement and Education. Autumn holds an MFA from York University in Theatre Direction with an Emphasis on Teaching and is also a conservatory trained actor (Oxford School of Drama/UK). Ms. Smith is a member of faculty at AMPD (York University) and Centennial College. As a director and educator Ms. Smith led the Dora Award winning company MacKenzieRo for over a 9 year period in addition to working with companies such as: the Canadian Children’s Opera Chorus, U of T/Sheridan, The National Ballet/Stratford Project, The Shaw Festival, The Tarragon Theatre, George Brown Theatre School, Stagedoor Manor in Association with the American Theatre Wing, StageWest Mississauga, Theatre 20, The Druid Theatre/Galway and the Oxford Playhouse/UK.

 

 
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