Colm Magner

Colm Magner has worked in theatre, television, and film both in Canada and the USA in various capacities for over 30 years. A graduate of George Brown Theatre School as well as York University with a Masters in Theatre (directing) Magner has worked at the Shaw Festival and with many of Canada's preeminent theatre companies including Da Da Kamera, DNA theatre and Theatre Columbus. Magner is a member of The Playwright's Guild of Canada and has performed in all of his own plays, including Smoke, Dark Avenue, Inside Imogene, and The Scavenger's Daughter which received two critically acclaimed productions in New York. He has taught playwriting, acting, and drama at both York University and UPEI. He resides in Prince Edward Island with his wife Margaret where he continues to teach, write, and serves as the theatre critic for The Guardian, PEI's largest provincial newspaper.

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