Neil Fleming

Last updated: March 26, 2024

Originally from Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Neil Fleming grew up in the Anishinaabe territory of the Robinson-Huron Treaty. He is honoured to have been part of Making Treaty 7 for the last eight years, helping amplify the stories, practices and cultures of the Treaty 7 peoples. 

Neil is an award-winning playwright and screenwriter based in Calgary. Neil is best known for his work at Lunchbox Theatre, including Outside, Anomaly, Security, Last Christmas, The After Party, He Said, She Said (with Glenda Stirling), and Spare Parts (Stage One 2018). Neil is a member of the Playwrights Guild of Canada, the Past President of the Alberta Playwrights’ Network, and a tenacious winger most mornings between 7-8 am.

Neil is also a theatrical designer. Some past design credits include Napi & The Rock, Okotoks, 509 (Making Treaty 7), Come Home (Urban Stories), Gruesome Playground Injuries (Ground Zero, Hit & Myth), In A World Created By A Drunken God, And So It Goes, Goodness, Bone Cage (Downstage), A Mid-Summer Night’s Dream (CYPT), The Vajayjay Monologues (Pot of Jam, Urban Curves), Snowblind, Last Christmas, Shopaholic Husband Hunt (Lunchbox Theatre), An Almost Perfect Thing, The Kitchen Witches, The Attic, the Pearls, and Three Fine Girls (New West Theatre).

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