For Studio 180 and at Tarragon: Debut. Other theatre credits include: Nominated for a Governor General’s Award in 1999 for his translation of 15 Seconds by François Archambault, Bobby has now translated over 20 plays from French to English. Bobby co-created 300 Tapes (with Ame Henderson), a devised performance that premiered at The Theatre Centre in Toronto and at ATP in Calgary, and he’s currently working on Swallow, a play set in the drama-filled world of minor hockey. This March, Soulpepper is staging his translation of Albert Camus’s The Just. Film, TV & Radio: Bobby has worked on several TV series, including Murdoch Mysteries, Flashpoint and Knuckleheads (an adaptation of the hit Québecois cartoon Têtes à claques). He’s also written for the CBC radio drama Afghanada. Other: Bobby’s translation of François Archambault’s You Will Remember Me premiered at ATP and won a Betty Mitchell Award for Outstanding New Play. Bobby is the resident dramaturg and host of the Glassco Translation Residency in Tadoussac.