BEN CAMERON | PHILIP SPEDDING | MARTIN BRAGG | WILLIAM WEBSTER | ESSENTIALLY REBEKAH | JERRY WASSERMAN | SUSIE PAYNE | IRINA TEMPLETON-TROUCHENKO | NNIE GRAYDON | MARTIN KINCH
| AMIEL GLADSTONE | PAT BEWLEY | TERENCE KELLY | PATTI ALLAN | PAM JOHNSON | Mary Kornelsen | Michael Gall | David Ross | SUSAN BERTOIA | SANDRA BOTNEN | KENDRA FANCONI | S FULLER | DENIS SIMPSON | RHONA RASKIN | LORI BAXTER | SUE HARVEY | MICHAEL SCHOLAR | LINDA CULLEN | ROBERT McQUEEN | KEVIN MICHAEL CRIPPS
MARTIN KINCH: Martin Kinch is the Executive Director and Literary Manager of Vancouver's Playwrights Theatre Centre.
Over the past 30 years he
has worked in radio, television and film.
His early plays Me? and April 29, 1975 produced at Toronto Free Theatre, which he co-founded and served as Artistic Director from 1972 to 1980, were both Chalmers Award Finalists.
subsequently adapted Me? as a feature film.
Martin has also served as a Producer in CBC Television Drama where he created Some Honourable Gentlemen , a series of dramatic specials based on Canadian political history, and as Artistic Director of Theatre Calgary where his adaptation of A Christmas Carol was performed annually for eight seasons.
Since moving to Vancouver, Martin Kinch
has concentrated on writing and teaching.
created Becker, a radio series for CBC's
Mystery Project and his
play Private scenes/Public Acts , developed at P.T.C., was premiered at Capilano College
has written a number of television scripts and he
has served as Story Editor for The Hardy Boys
and Dead Man's Gun . Most recently, he
has collaborated with Bill Dow to write The Bachelor Brothers on Tour for the Vancouver Playhouse
Martin Kinch teaches in the Creative Writing Department at U.B.C.
He was appointed Literary Manager and Executive Director of PTC in November of 2002.