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Jury 2010

Théâtre anglais
Scott Burke

Scott Burke is an award-winning director, playwright and producer. He is the Artistic Producer of Eastern Front Theatre and a founding member of In Good Company. In Good Company’s production of God’s Middle Name (Merritt Awards for Outstanding Production and Outstanding New Play), was a finalist for the Lieutenant Governor’s Masterworks Award. From 2003 to 2005, he served as the Artistic Director of Theatre New Brunswick. From 1998 to 2003, Scott was the Artistic Producer of the Ship’s Company Theatre, where he wrote and directed The Parrsboro Boxing Club (Robert E. Merritt Award for Best New Play) and Chairmaker the Musical (five Merritt Award nominations including Best New Play, Best Director). Other directing credits include Mary’s Wedding (Merritt Awards for Best Production, Best Director, Best Lighting Design); The Last Tasmanian; Miles From Home; Sole Survivors and Apple Tree Road. At Neptune Theatre, Scott directed Kilt. Other directing credits encompass a wide variety of genres from Shakespeare to vaudeville revue, comedy troupes to new play development. Administratively, Scott is responsible for the revitalization of Ship’s Company Theatre and played a leading role in the conception and development of the New Theatre Facility. Scott has a BA from the Dalhousie University Professional Actor Training Program and an MFA in Theatre Direction from Penn State University. He was recently awarded the 2009 College of Arts and Architecture Alumni Award in Theatre from Penn State University





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