Charlotte Corbeil-Coleman is a Governor General and Dora nominated playwright, winner of The Herman Voaden National Playwriting Award, and of the K.M. Hunter Artist Award. She graduated from the playwriting program at National Theatre School and writes for theatre, radio, film, and television.
Theatre: The End of Pretending (Paprika, Summerworks, Regent theatre). Scratch (Factory Theatre, La Licorne, Theatre Plexus,
Off-Broadway Players). Sudden Death, (Next Stage) Twisted with Joseph Jomo Pierre (Factory Theatre).
Directed and co-created: Highway 63: The Fort Mac Show (Arts and Culture Tour of NL and Labrador, Theatre Passe Murialle).
Dramaturge: Unknown Solider written by Jonathan Seinen. Two Birds One Stone Written by Natasha Greenblatt and Rimah Jabr. (Tarragon Workspace). Iphigenia and The Furies (On Taurian Land) by Ho Ka Kei (Jeff Ho) Saga Collectif.
She wrote for CBC Radio’s Afganada and for the TV series KING. Currently she is developing two new musicals as well as a few feature films.