October 22, 2021 update on live performances and events at the NAC.
 | Marie-Thé Morin
Playwright, actor

Marie-Thé Morin

A co-founder of Ottawa’s Vox Théâtre (1979), Marie-Thé Morin has written plays, novels, stories, screenplays, adaptations, poetry and songs. She won the 2016 Prix Dramaturgie en chantier for Les couleurs de Floyd, and her first miniseries, Eaux turbulentes, aired on Ici Radio-Canada in 2019–20. Her novel Errances, the first volume of a trilogy, was published in April 2021 by Éditions Prise de parole. Also an actor, singer and puppeteer, she has played several memorable characters, notably in Sauvage, La Miss et la Madame and Oz for Vox Théâtre; in Lavalléville for Théâtre du Nouvel-Ontario; and in Maïta for Théâtre de la Vieille 17 and Théâtre de Sable. She also won the 2017 Prix Rideau Award for Performance of the Year for her role in Le gars qui voulait se faire phénix.