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DEVELOPING ARTISTS GRANTS
2010 Adjudicator

Acting (English Theatre)
Caleb Marshall

Caleb Marshall is an actor, director, teacher and administrator. As the Artistic Producer for Theatre New Brunswick he oversees all the artistic and administrative aspects of the company. Since coming to TNB he’s directed Doubt A Parable, It’s a Wonderful Life and Skin Flick for the Main Stage and The Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged for the Young Company. He also launched TNB New Voices and directed Opening Acts, Latour and Bad Water. In addition to co-producing the world premiere of The Bricklin, Caleb is also collaborating on another new work for next season, Hockey Dreams with David Adams Richards. He holds a BFA in Acting from York University and an MFA in Theatre Directing from Middlesex University (UK), he has also trained at the Stratford Festival’s Conservatory for Classical Theatre training and Moscow’s GITIS Academy. While in the UK he worked as the Resident director on tour for Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre’s production of Romeo & Juliet, as well as appeared in the Old Vic/Imperial War Museum production of On The Middle Day. Other acting credits include premiering roles for The Canadian Stage Company, The National Arts Centre, The Blyth Festival, The Stratford Shakespeare Festival and locally with Notable Acts. Caleb has received the Christopher Plummer Fellowship Award and a New Brunswick Arts Board Excellence Award. An advocate for the development of professional theatre and theatre artists in New Brunswick Caleb is also a professor of Drama at Saint Thomas University, a regular adjudicator for the NB Provincial Drama Festival and a member of the Board of Director’s for Arts Link NB.

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