Norm Foster

Norm Foster was born in Newmarket, Ontario in 1949. He attended West Hill Collegiate High School in Toronto. He studied Radio and Television Arts at Centennial College in Toronto, and at Confederation College in Thunder Bay. Norm wrote two plays for Malcolm Black, then Artistic Director of Theatre New Brunswick. Those two plays, Sinners and The Melville Boys were enormously successful for Theatre New Brunswick. The Melville Boys has made Foster one of Canada's most produced playwrights and he now has over 45 plays to his credit.  He has had many plays translated into French and has had his work published in various compilation volumes such as 'Vintage Foster', 'One Act-manship', 'Triple Play', 'The Foster Season', and 'A Foster Christmas'.