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Christine-1765WebChristine Quintana – Artistic Producer

Christine is an actor, playwright, and co-Artistic Producer of  Delinquent Theatre. In these various capacities, she has worked with the Arts Club Theatre Company, Bard on the Beach, The Cultch, Electric Company Theatre, Rumble Theatre, Carousel Theatre for Young People, Caravan Farm Theatre, Playwrights Theatre Centre, Pi Theatre, and Neworld Theatre. Playwriting highlights include Selfie (commissioned by Théâtre la Seizième, winner of the Sydney Risk Prize for Outstanding Script by an Emerging Playwright, upcoming at Young People’s Theatre in Toronto); Stationary: A Recession-Era Musical (toured to Talk is Free Theatre and The Cultch in April 2015, winner of the Jessie Richardson Theatre Award for Outstanding Musical, Small Theatre) for which she also served as producer and performer; and upcoming, Never The Last (co-created with Molly MacKinnon) which will premiere at the rEvolver Theatre Festival, produced by Delinquent Theatre in association with Electric Company Theatre, developed at the Banff Playwrights Colony. As an actor, Christine has played in Elbow Room Cafe: The Musical (Zee Zee Theatre), Saint Joan and She Stoops to Conquer (Arts Club), Heathers (Chainsaw Collective),  (The Glass Menagerie (Fire Escape Co-op) Mr. Marmalade (Latchkey Co-Op), Of Mice and Men (Hardline Productions), The Wizard of Oz and Seussical (Carousel Theatre), RENT (FCP), and The Madonna Painter and Wild Honey (Theatre at UBC).  Christine is Marketing & Operations Coordinator with Neworld Theatre, and the Program Assistant for the LEAP Program at the Arts Club. She holds a BFA in Acting from the University of British Columbia and is dedicated coffee drinker and animal lover.  christinequintana.ca

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Laura McLean – Artistic Producer

Laura is the co-founder and co-Artistic Director of Delinquent Theatre. Previous directing credits with Delinquent Theatre include Never the LastSTATIONARY: a recession era musical, Oh My God, Spring Awakening, and Our Time a show for which she won a Jessie Richardson Theatre Award for Outstanding Artistic Creation – Direction. Other directing credits include: Dry Land (Rumble Theatre), NeOn (Ode Productions), Shaw Shorts (City Stage New West), Crimes of the Heart (Bright Young Theatre), Little One (Brewery Theatre, Bristol), The Shape of Things (The Guild Theatre, Yukon), and Sacred and Profane (Assaulted Fish Sketch Comedy). She also works as a Dramaturg and has been the Assistant Director for such companies as the Birmingham Repertory Theatre, The Bristol Old Vic, and the Arts Club Theatre. She has her BFA in Theatre from UBC and her Masters in Directing from the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. She is the recipient of the 2015 Elsa Roberts Directing Prize.

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