I’m an actor, playwright, and producer dramaturg based on the unceded territories of the Coast Salish people, also known as Vancouver BC. I drink too much coffee, love animals and pho (separately), and love to contribute to my community in any way I can. I make jokes, earnestly celebrate others, and sometimes passionately monologue on twitter. I make plays with my friends at Delinquent Theatre.
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Christine is an actor, playwright, and co-Artistic Producer of Delinquent Theatre. In these various capacities, she has worked with Tarragon Theatre, the Arts Club Theatre Company, Bard on the Beach, The Cultch, Neworld Theatre, Electric Company Theatre, Rumble Theatre, Boca Del Lupo, Zee Zee Theatre, Caravan Farm Theatre, Ruby Slippers Theatre, Playwrights Theatre Centre, Pi Theatre, Nightswimming Theatre, and Young People’s Theatre.
Christine received the 2017 Siminovitch Protege Prize for Playwriting from Marcus Youssef, and was the Urjo Kareda Emerging Artist Resident at Tarragon Theatre. She is the 2018 Playwright in Residence at Tarragon Theatre. Creation/performing highlights include Selfie (commissioned by Théâtre la Seizième in French, and Young People’s Theatre in English, winner of the Dora Mavor Moore Award for Outstanding TYA Play, and the Sydney Risk Prize for Outstanding Script by an Emerging Playwright); writing, producing and performing in Stationary: A Recession-Era Musical (winner of the Jessie Richardson Theatre Award for Outstanding Musical, Small Theatre); and creating/performing in Never The Last (co-created with Molly MacKinnon) at the rEvolver Theatre Festival, produced by Delinquent Theatre in association with Electric Company Theatre, developed at the 2016 Banff Playwrights Colony. As an actor, Christine has played in Elbow Room Café: The Musical (Zee Zee Theatre) Saint Joan, She Stoops to Conquer, and the LEAP Reading Series (Arts Club), Heathers (Chainsaw Collective), Mr. Marmalade (Latchkey Co-Op), Of Mice and Men (Hardline Productions). Christine was proud to be part of the inaugural ThisGen gathering, produced by WhyNot Theatre. She holds a BFA in Acting from the University of British Columbia.