Charlotte Corbeil-Coleman is a Dora Mavor Moore Award winning, and two time Governor General nominated playwright. Winner of The Herman Voaden National Playwriting Award, and The K.M. Hunter Artist Award. She graduated from the playwriting program at The National Theatre School. She writes for theatre, film, and television. Selected credits include: The End of Pretending (Summerworks, Regent theatre), Scratch (Factory Theatre, La Licorne, Theatre Plexus, Off-Broadway Players). Sudden Death, (Next Stage), Twisted with Joseph Jomo Pierre (Factory Theatre). Charlotte directed and co-created Highway 63: The Fort Mac Show ( Architect Theatre, TPM ). She wrote for CBC Radio’s Afganada, and for the TV series KING, and new horror series Safehaven (Landmark, Crackle). Charlotte’s most recent play Guarded Girls (Tarragon Theatre, Green Light Arts) won the Dora Mavor Moore Award for Outstanding New Play and was nominated for a Governor General Award. Currently in development: a feature film, The Matchless Six (CBC, IGP, Enlightenment), a TV series, Skyward Farm (IGP, Enlightenment productions) and a new musical based on Hawksely Workman’s album Almost a Full Moon (Citadel Theatre).