Trisha Lamie (Hon. BA, Dalhousie University, Halifax. MFA, York University, Toronto) has worked extensively as a professional actor, director, dramaturge, and writer in theatres across the country, including Neptune Theatre (Halifax), Mulgrave Road Theatre Co-op (Nova Scotia), Theatre New Brunswick, the National Arts Centre(Ottawa), Theatre Passe Murraille (Toronto), Buddies in Bad Times (Toronto), and the Manitoba Theatre Centre (Winnipeg). Trisha has collaborated with nationally and internationally acclaimed artists throughout her career. She has enjoyed teaching Theatre and Performance at several universities, including Acadia University (Nova Scotia), Cape Breton University, Dalhousie University, University of Guelph, OCAD (Toronto), University of Toronto St George Campus and the University of Regina. Trisha's current research concentrates on contemporary performance. Areas of specialized interest include site-specific, devised theatre and performance art. Her research and work has been published in the Canadian Theatre Review and She Speaks (ed. Judith Thompson). Since joining the faculty at UTSC, Trisha has taught and developed courses in Viewpoints, Live Art, Acting, Collaborative Creation and innovative approaches to theatre and performance reflective and responsive to the rich and diverse UTSC community.
B.A. (Dalhousie), M.F.A. (York)