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Aisling Murphy

Aisling Murphy
regional managing editor - Canada

Originally from the United States, Aisling Murphy (she/her) is an Ottawa-based critic, playwright, and dramaturg, currently studying theatre at the University of Ottawa. Aisling’s academic interests include those of new play development, the dramaturgy of migration, and contemporary criticism with special regards to its relationship with emerging artists as a demographic. Aisling recently acted as a late-stage proofreader for Dramaturgy of Migration, eds. Yana Meerzon and Katharina Pewny (Routledge). Aisling’s upcoming creative projects include a verbatim play exploring the life and legacy of British playwright Sarah Kane (entitled Feast, with staged workshop occurring early December 2019), plus an original musical examining the 2016 U.S. election through the eyes of a Canadian call center (entitled Dial Tones). Aisling is also a co-producer of Ottawa’s Youth Infringement Festival, which seeks to provide a storytelling platform to local emerging playwrights, directors, actors, and designers.

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