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Directing Theate in Prison

Kate Rubin is an actor, director and drama teacher with almost three decades of experience. She’s just directed a play in a prison with the William Head on Stage Prison Theatre Company & the Prison Arts Collective.

That’s the only inmate-run prison theatre company in Canada.

If you are near Victoria you can see the performances October 29, 30, 31 and November 5, 6, 7. Visit William Head On Stage for more information and tickets.

Kate also works as a dramaturge, most recently with Karen Lee Picketton on “Slick” which was presented at Intrepid Theatre’s “Uno Fest” which has the distinction of being North America’s longest-running festival of one-person shows.

We also discuss Kate’s work with high school students with The Belfry Theatre’s “Belfry 101” program.

Click here to access the podcast on iTunes.

It’s also available here on “The Inadequate Life a podcast about the creative process and people whose lives depend upon it.”

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Directing Theate in Prison

Keith Tomasek
28 October 2015
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