Ann-Marie MacDonald in conversation with Louise Welsh, University of Glasgow
Wednesday 9 May, 2018 – 4 p.m.Free & Open to the Public
Ann-Marie MacDonald is an author, playwright, and actor. (Photo by Guntar Kravis)
She is best known for her novels, Adult Onset, Fall On Your Knees, and The Way the Crow Flies, as well as her plays, Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet) and Belle Moral: A Natural History.
Her work as an actor on stage and screen has earned her a Gemini Award and a Genie Nomination. Ms MacDonald’s writing has been honoured with numerous awards including the Chalmers, the Dora Mavor Moore, the Governor General’s, and the Commonwealth Prize.
She hosted CBC Television’s Life and Times for seven seasons and Doc Zone for eight seasons.
Ann-Marie was the inaugural Mordecai Richler Reading Room Writer in Residence at Concordia University, and she continues to coach students in the Acting and Playwriting Programs at the National Theatre School. She lives in Toronto and Montreal with her family.
University Chapel, West Quadrangle, Main Building Gilmorehill Campus, University of Glasgow, Glasgow G12 8QQ
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