Kevin Matthew Wong

Welcome!

I’m Kevin, a Toronto-based theatre creator, actor, director, musician, producer and environmentalist. In 2013 I co-founded Broadleaf Theatre, a company seeks to  merge environmentalism and theatre and I currently serve as its Artistic Director. I graduated from the University of Toronto with an Honours BA in Theatre Performance and International Relations and was a graduate of Generator‘s inaugural Artist Producer Training Program. As an arts administrator I recently served as the Artistic Director Intern learning from Marjorie Chan at Cahoots Theatre through Theatre Ontario’s Professional Theatre Training Program and the Projects Manager for the Toronto Fringe. You can find me performing and producing throughout Toronto, especially as the Associate Producer of Music Picnic and the Creative Producer of rePLAY: Rapid Response Art.

You can find my contact info below if you want to connect about my work, or if I might be able to help with yours.


What Kevin’s working on:

Creating/Directing: Creating The Chemical Valley Project with Broadleaf Theatre, Julia Howman, and Aamjiwnaang First Nation Land Defenders Vanessa and Lindsay Gray to explore the Sarnia Chemical Valley in a new docu-theatre piece.

Upcoming Performance at Theatre Passe Muraille January 27 at 2:00 pm and January 28 at 8:00 pm. Limited tickets: https://www.artsboxoffice.ca

Producing: Music Picnic-Point View Art Association and Macau Experimental Theatre’s Mr. Shi and His Lover, premiering at the Tarragon Theatre in November 2017 and at the National Arts Centre in January 2018.

Creating: A new movement-based work about dreams called Hypnagogia with Shakeil Rollock, Lauren Runions, Jessica Bowmer, Kyle Holleran, and Nicholas Walsh.

Creative Producer of rePLAYrapid response art evenings in Toronto.
Applications now open for the biggest-ever rePLAY, February 9 at 9:30pm, secret show and location: https://replayto.wufoo.com/forms/replay/

Recent Projects:
Producing:
Poet-playwright Priscila Uppal’s breathtaking, personal, and bitingly-funny new play What Linda Said, about her experiences with cancer and using creativity in the face of fear.
Environment: Met David Suzuki as part of Planet in Focus’ EcoHeroes: Next Generation.
Creating: Kevin was listed as one of NOW Magazine’s SummerWorks Artists to Watch.


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Contact Kevin:

Email: wongkevinmatthew@gmail.com
Broadleaf Theatre: broadleaftheatre@gmail.com
Phone: 647-720-0886
Theatre Creator’s Resume:
Kevin Matthew Wong – Theatre Creator CV


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