Meg Braem

Meg holds an MFA in playwriting from the U of Calgary. Her plays have won numerous awards. She has been a playwright in residence at Alberta Theatre Prpjects and Sage Theatre; part of the 2012 Stratford Shakespeare Festival's Playwright Retreat, Theatre Calgary's Fuel program and the 2013 Banff Playwrights Colony. Most recently, Meg was a member of the Citadel Theatre's Playwrights Forum where she worked on new play, The Cut Grass Carnival. In 2015,  Meg's play A Worthy Opponent premiered at Lunchbox Theatre and new drafts of The Josephine Knot will be presented at Sage Theatre's Ignite Festival and The Year of Falling Down will be presented in Victoria at UNO Fest. Meg's play, Blood: A Scientific Romance was published by Playwrights Canada Press in 2013 and nominated for the Governor's General Literary Award. Meg has taught at the University of Calgary, University of Lethbridge and Rosebud School of the Arts.

Her plays include:

A WORTHY OPPONENT

EXIA

BLOOD: A SCIENTIFIC ROMANCE

THE JOSEPHINE KNOT

THE YEAR OF FALLING DOWN

POTENTILLA