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Guillermo Verdecchia

Contact:  gmo.verdecchia@utoronto.ca Guillermo Verdecchia

Ph.D candidate (University of Toronto)
M.A. (University of Guelph)

Guillermo Verdecchia s a writer of drama and fiction as well as a dramaturge, director and translator. He is the recipient of a Governor-General’s Award for Drama for his play Fronteras Americanas and a four-time winner of the Chalmers Canadian Play Award. His work, which includes the Governor-General shortlisted Noam Chomsky Lectures (with Daniel Brooks), the Seattle Times’ Footlight Award-winning Adventures of Ali & Ali (with Marcus Youssef and Camyar Chai), A Line in the Sand (with Marcus Youssef), bloom, and Another Country, have been anthologized, translated into Spanish and Italian, produced in Europe and the US, and are studied in Latin America, Europe and North America.

As a director and actor he has worked at theatres across the country, from the Stratford Festival, where he directed Sunil Kuruvilla’s Rice Boy to Vancouver’s East Cultural Centre, where he has presented several original works including Ali & Ali: The Deportation Hearings.  As an actor, he created the roles of Longomantanus in John Mighton’s Short History of Night, Elias in Joan Macleod’s Amigo’s Blue Guitar, for which he received a Dora Award nomination, and Dan in Daniel Brooks’s The Good Life.

Currently Director of New Play Development at Toronto’s Soulpepper Theatre, Guillermo has also published a number of scholarly articles and contributed book chapters on aspects of intercultural theatre practice in Canada. He has an M.A. from the University of Guelph where he received a Governor-General’s Gold Medal for Academic Achievement, and is a PhD candidate at the University of Toronto.

His current projects include an  adaptation of the 12th century Persian poem, The Conference of the Birds, with Soheil Parsa, and a new play entitled Galicia.

 


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