Caleb Marshall

Recently announced as the new Artistic & Executive Director for The Sudbury Theatre Centre. New Brunswick native Caleb Marshall spent the last five seasons as the Artistic Producer for Theatre New Brunswick where he launched TNB New Voices Opening Acts, TNB Next Stage Studio Branch, TNB Extras Reading and Presents series. He produced over 50 projects while at TNB, saw the highest percentage of NB theatre artists on stage in the companies 48 year history, oversaw the purchase of their building and the completion of an in-house studio theatre.

Prior to coming to Theatre New Brunswick, Caleb served as an Education Practitioner at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre as well as resident director for their UK/European tour of Romeo & Juliet. He holds a BFA Honors in Acting from York University, an MFA with Distinction in Theatre Directing from Middlesex University London (UK) and trained with The Stratford Festival’s Conservatory for Classical Theatre Training, Moscow’s GITIS Academy and on an International Artist Fellowship at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre. Caleb has premiered roles for the National Arts Centre, Canadian Stage, The Blyth Festival, The Stratford Festival and the Old Vic in London.  He has also taught workshops at festivals in Poland and Germany as well as teaching at St. Thomas and Dalhousie Universities.

Caleb has served on the mentorship committee for PGC and is the Caucus Director on the Board for the Professional Association of Canadian Theatres (PACT) and hosted PACTCON2014 in Fredericton. He has received the Christopher Plummer Fellowship Award and was recognized by the New Brunswick Arts Board with an Excellence Award in the Arts. 

Select writing/adapting for the stage include two one-acts: Somme Letters Home (Atlantic Fringe/George Brown/YPT) and his two-handed Shakespeare's R&J (Toronto Fringe 'hot pick'/Theatre Saint Thomas/ TNB Young Company tour) adapted with Jenn McCaw. As well as two full-length adaptations with renowned author David Adams Richards, Nights Below Station Street (Notable Acts festival/Eliot Haze Playwright Development Award/ Herman Voaden National Playwriting competition honourable mention) and Hockey Dreams (Theatre New Brunswick provincial tour). He has also adapted two Holiday Classics Miracle on 34th Street (TNB, STC, Savoy Theatre) with Erin Keating and a new musical of A Christmas Carol (TNB, STC) with Michael Doherty.


Award Category Year Play
Eliot Haze Playwright Development Award 2003