Jennifer Brewin

Director /
Making Spirits Bright, Miss Caledonia, The Globe Cabaret: A Musical Theatre Revue

Jennifer Brewin recently joined Globe Theatre as it’s 5th Artistic Director.  Prior to moving to Regina, she was the Co-Artistic Director of Toronto’s Common Boots Theatre and before that, Co-Artistic Director of B.C.’s Caravan Farm Theatre.    

She has staged large-scale works for outdoor stages across the country, including Ottawa’s National Arts Centre – English Theatre, the Canadian National Vimy Memorial in France, the Caravan Farm Theatre, and six outdoor winter walking shows in Toronto at Evergreen Brick Works and Christie Pits Park.   

She has directed premiers of new plays by Marjorie Chan, George F. Walker, Natasha Greenblatt, Martha Ross, Michelle Riml, and Haley McGee.    

As a writer she co-authored a number of collective creations including, The Election, The Public Servant, and The Attic, the Pearls and 3 Fine Girls, all for Common Boots Theatre. With Peter Hinton, she created and directed The Frost Fair for the National Arts Centre, and at the Caravan Farm Theatre she wrote numerous outdoor winter productions and collaborated on three large-scale, mainstage musicals.    

She is the recipient of a Dora Mavor Moore Award, a Jessie Award, and The Armstrong Award of Excellence (with Estelle Shook). 

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