January 13, 2021 update on live performances and events at the NAC.
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Director, set designer, actor and playwright

David Granger

Active in the Saskatoon theatre community for the past decade, David Granger studied set design at the Université du Québec à Montréal, then expanded his skill set to include lighting design, acting, and most recently writing and directing, with Shadows of a Dancing Moon. He designed the sets and lighting for Gilles Poulin‑Denis’ play Rearview and the sets for Madeleine Blais‑Dahlem’s La Maculée. A longtime associate of La Troupe du Jour and a sessional lecturer in drama at the University of Saskatchewan, he has worked for numerous theatre events and companies, including Zones Théâtrales, Persephone Theatre, and the Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan festival. David Granger lives in Saskatchewan.