Morwyn BrebnerRepresented by: Pam Winter
FILM AND TELEVISION
DIRTY WORK. Writer. One-hour dramatic series. In development with Water Street Pictures. CHUM 2007.
COPPER. Co-creator/Co-writer. One-hour dramatic series. In development with Four Seasons. Global. 2007.
CAMILLA McPHEE. Writer. Television movie/One-hour dramatic series. In development with Four Seasons. CTV. 2006/07.
AT THE HOTEL. Co-writer. One-hour dramatic limited series. 100 Percent Film & Television. CBC. 2005.
*2006 Gemini Award Nomination – Best Writing in a Dramatic Series;
THE CROWN. Television movie. In development with Four Seasons. CTV. 2005.
MOOSE TV. Writer. Half-hour series. Rezolution Pictures. Showcase. 2005.
THE JANE SHOW. Writer/Creative Consultant. Half-hour comedy series. Shaftesbury Films. Global. 2005.
SHADOW MAKER. Co-writer. Feature film based on Rosemary Sullivan’s biography, Shadow Maker: The Life of Gwendolyn MacEwen. In development with Four Seasons/Triptych Media. 2005.
THE ELEVENTH HOUR. Co-writer. One-hour dramatic series. IS not-IS too/Alliance Atlantis. CTV. 2003-05.
THE CONVICT LOVER. Writer. Feature film in development with Moira Holmes & Associates. 2004.
THE NATURE OF BIRDS. Co-writer with director Tim Southam. Feature film. In development. 2002.
THE PESSIMIST. Produced by the Tarragon Theatre. Director: Eda Holmes. 2007.
THE OPTIMISTS. Produced by the Tarragon Theatre. Director: Eda Holmes. 2005.
*Governor General Award nominee
LITTLE MERCY’S FIRST MURDER. Book and lyrics. Music by Paul Sportelli & Jay Turvey. A Tarragon/Shaw Festival co-production, produced as part of the Tarragon Season. Director: Eda Holmes. 2003.
*7 Dora Mavor Moore Awards, including Outstanding New Musical
THE BEAR & THE PROPOSAL. Adaptations of Chekhov’s short plays. Produced by the Shaw Festival for their CBC radio reading series. Director: Jackie Maxwell. 2002 and staged as part of the Shaw Festival season, 2006
THE VAUDEVILLES OF CHEKHOV. Adaptations of Chekhov’s short plays The Bear and Swan Song. Produced by the National Arts Centre (Ottawa) in the main space. Director: Micheline Chevrier. 2003.
MATADOR LOVE & OUR FATHER (TWO SHORT PLAYS ABOUT LOVE). Produced as an invited show at Summerworks. Director: Kate Lynch. 2001.
LIQUOR GUNS KARATE. Produced by the Tarragon Theatre. Director: Jackie Maxwell. 2000.
MUSIC FOR CONTORTIONIST. Co-produced by the Tarragon Theatre and Shaw Festival. Remounted April 2000 at the World Stage Festival. Director: Kate Lynch. 2000.
*Chalmers Award nominee
*Dora Mavor Moore Award nominee
MATADOR LOVE. Produced as part of Rhubarb! 2000 at Buddies in Bad Times. Director: Kate Lynch. 2000.
OH SO CLOSE. Produced as part of Rhubarb! 1999 at Buddies in Bad Times. Director: Eda Homes. 1999.
SMACKS OF HAPPINESS. Produced by the National Theatre School at the Monument National.
Director: Jackie Maxwell. 1996.
MATHILDE by Veronique Olmi. Produced by Nightwood Theatre (director: Eda Holmes), 2006
STRAWBERRIES IN JANUARY. By Evelyne de la Chenelière. Produced at Alberta Theatre Projects as part of PlayRites 2003 (director: Bob White) and by the Centaur Theatre as part of their 2002-2003 season. 2001.
IF I HAD SOLE POSSESSION OVER JUDGEMENT DAY. By Eric Charpentier. Co-translated with the author as part of the CEAD/Playwrights Workshop Montreal. Transmissions translation residency in Tadoussac. 1998.
MOTEL HÉLÈNE. By Serge Boucher. Original translation. English version by Judith Thompson, from this translation. Produced by the Tarragon Theatre in Spring 2000. Directed by Jackie Maxwell. 1997/98.
Writer-in-residence. Tarragon Theatre. 1998-present.
Member of the Tarragon/Chalmers Playwright’s Unit. 1997.
Graduate. The National Theatre School of Canada. Playwriting Program. 1996.