Rod Carley
Rod Carley is a professional theatre director,actor, playwright, teacher, adaptor, dramaturg, designer, and producer. Rod is Coordinator for Canadore College's Theatre Arts program and a part-time professor with Nipissing University as well as being Artistic Director of Rep 21. He was the 2009 winner of TVO's Big Ideas /Best Lecturer Competition and had a new lecture air on TVO this last spring. Rod has directed and produced over 100 productions to date, both nationally and internationally, ranging from the classics to the development of new Canadian work. He was the first recipient of the Stratford Festival's Jean Gascon Director's Award; he also received a Tyrone Guthrie Award. He was nominated for the Ontario Arts Council's K.M. Hunter Artist Award for Theatre in 2011, the inaugural John Hirsch Director's Award and was short-listed for the Pauline McGibbon Award. He is the recipient of three Ontario Arts Council Northern Arts grants. Recent directing credits include the The Donnellys and Macbeth for Rep 21, the Ontario premiere of Martin McDonagh's The Lieutenant of Inishmore, and the Canadian premiere of Talking to Terrorists. ,
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