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Theatre Passe Muraille

HQ Phone:  (416) 504-7529

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Theatre Passe Muraille

16 Ryerson Avenue

Toronto, Ontario, M5T 2P3

Canada

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Theatre Passe Muraille is devoted to encouraging, enhancing and increasing meaningful interactions between its communities - artists, staff, audience, neighbourhoods and supporters. Theatre Passe Muraille has a special interest in supporting and presenting ind...more

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Martin Kinch :
Martin began his professional career in 1967 as an Assistant Director at England's famed Birmingham Repertory Theatre. Two years later, he returned to Canada as Assistant Director at the Stratford Festival. He was Artistic Director of Toronto's Theatre Passe Muraille and from 1972 to 1979, Co-Founder and Artistic Director of Toronto Free Theatre . In 1980, Martin joined the CBC as a Drama Producer and Director. From 1985 to 1991, Martin served as Artistic Director and Executive Producer at Theatre Calgary and directed a number of productions. In 1994, Martin settled in Vancouver as a freelance writer and director and has focussed his attention on radio and television. Theatre BC : Martin has adjudicated the provincial MAINSTAGE Festival twice, in 1991 (Nelson), and 1994, (Cranbrook), served as a Zone Festival adjudicator for several Zones, as a dramaturge at the New Play Workshops and as one of three jurors for Theatre BC's 9th Annual Canadian National Playwriting Competition (1997). He also led a workshop in Playwriting at Backstage 2001.


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MARTIN KINCH is a screenwriter, story editor, director and/or producer.
He has worked on over 50 produced screen and television projects. Throughout his impressive career, spanning four decades and multiple Canadian cities, Martin has been at the vanguard of modern Canadian theatrical expression. He forged the movement to develop of original Canadian plays in the early 1970s. As artistic director of Theatre Passe Muraille and founder and artistic director of Toronto Free Theatre, he spearheaded the creation of alternative theatres in Canada. As a playwright, he is a two-time finalist for the prestigious Chalmers Award. He was a drama producer at CBC Television Drama (1980-86) and artistic director of Theatre Calgary (1986-93). Throughout the 90s, he worked as writer and story editor on a number of television series (Jake and the Kid, The Hardy Boys, Dead Man's Gun). During his 10-year tenure (2002-12) at Vancouver's Playwright's Theatre Centre, Martin built the organization into a trailblazing dramaturgically focused company that nurtures and advances Canadian playwrights. He is responsible for creating several outstanding playwright-centred programs at PTC including Flying Start, The Associates Program and the PTC Writers Colony. In PodPlays - The Quartet, a co-production of Neworld Theatre, the PuSh International Performing Arts Festival 2011, and CBC Radio One, he collaborated with Adrienne Wong to pioneer a innovative new form of site-specific radio play: the PodPlay. PodPlays are now created and produced by theatre and sound artists world-wide. Since leaving PTC, Martin continues to and to work with independent filmmakers to develop their scripts for production.


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MARTIN KINCH is a screenwriter, story editor, director and/or producer.
He has worked on over 50 produced screen and television projects. Throughout his impressive career, spanning four decades and multiple Canadian cities, Martin has been at the vanguard of modern Canadian theatrical expression. He forged the movement to develop of original Canadian plays in the early 1970s. As artistic director of Theatre Passe Muraille and founder and artistic director of Toronto Free Theatre, he spearheaded the creation of alternative theatres in Canada. As a playwright, he is a two-time finalist for the prestigious Chalmers Award. He was a drama producer at CBC Television Drama (1980-86) and artistic director of Theatre Calgary (1986-93). Throughout the 90s, he worked as writer and story editor on a number of television series (Jake and the Kid, The Hardy Boys, Dead Man's Gun). During his 10-year tenure (2002-12) at Vancouver's Playwright's Theatre Centre, Martin built the organization into a trailblazing dramaturgically focused company that nurtures and advances Canadian playwrights. He is responsible for creating several outstanding playwright-centred programs at PTC including Flying Start, The Associates Program and the PTC Writers Colony. In PodPlays - The Quartet, a co-production of Neworld Theatre, the PuSh International Performing Arts Festival 2011, and CBC Radio One, he collaborated with Adrienne Wong to pioneer a innovative new form of site-specific radio play: the PodPlay. PodPlays are now created and produced by theatre and sound artists world-wide. Since leaving PTC, Martin continues to and to work with independent filmmakers to develop their scripts for production.


http://creativewriting.ubc.ca/program-information/people/martin-kinch/

Martin Kinch
Martin Kinch About Martin Kinch Martin Kinch's practice embraces film, theatre, television, opera, and radio. As a screenwriter, story editor, director and/or producer he has worked on over 50 produced screen and television projects. Throughout his impressive career, spanning four decades and multiple Canadian cities, Martin has been at the vanguard of modern Canadian theatrical expression. He forged the movement to develop of original Canadian plays in the early 1970s. As artistic director of Theatre Passe Muraille and founder and artistic director of Toronto Free Theatre, he spearheaded the creation of alternative theatres in Canada. As a playwright, he is a two-time finalist for the prestigious Chalmers Award. He was a drama producer at CBC Television Drama (1980-86) and artistic director of Theatre Calgary (1986-93). Throughout the 90s, he worked as writer and story editor on a number of television series (Jake and the Kid, The Hardy Boys, Dead Man's Gun). During his 10-year tenure (2002-12) at Vancouver's Playwright's Theatre Centre, Martin built the organization into a trailblazing dramaturgically focused company that nurtures and advances Canadian playwrights. He is responsible for creating several outstanding playwright-centred programs at PTC including Flying Start, The Associates Program and the PTC Writers Colony. In PodPlays - The Quartet, a co-production of Neworld Theatre, the PuSh International Performing Arts Festival 2011, and CBC Radio One, he collaborated with Adrienne Wong to pioneer a innovative new form of site-specific radio play: the PodPlay. PodPlays are now created and produced by theatre and sound artists world-wide. Since leaving PTC, Martin continues to and to work with independent filmmakers to develop their scripts for production.


http://creativewriting.ubc.ca/program-information/people/

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