Evan Webber is a writer and performance maker who lives in Toronto. Evan’s work considers the relationship between time and text, and between narratives and institutions. Recent projects include the ongoing HOW TO WORK: a performance encyclopaedia (2011-15), rehearsal/performance (2014) and CAPITALIST DUETS (2015). His plays include Ajax and Little Iliad (2012), co-created with Frank Cox-O’Connell and Antigone Dead People (2014), a co-production of Toronto’s Small Wooden Shoe and Osaka, Japan’s experimental theatre company, dracom. Evan’s an Associate Artist of Public Recordings, a collaborative operation that conjoins artistic research, performance creation, learning, and publication, and he is curator of the HATCH performance residency at Toronto’s Harbourfront Centre. His work’s been shown across Canada, Europe, Australia and Japan. Evan is a graduate of the National Theatre School of Canada, where he is now a guest instructor.