(Video: "The Invisible - Agents of Ungentlemanly Warfare", Catalyst Theatre, 2019, stage managed by John Raymond.)
Bachelor of Law, York University, 1980
Arts and Science, University of Toronto, 1975-1977
Major Career Achievements
Professor, Department of Drama, University of Alberta. 2018 to present
Associate Professor, Department of Drama, University of Alberta. 2010-2018
Director of Production, Citadel Theatre, Edmonton. 1998-2004
Freelance Stage Manager for Catalyst Theatre, Citadel Theatre, Theatre Calgary, Alberta Theatre Projects, Canadian Stage, Centaur Theatre, and The Banff Centre for the Arts.
The Invisible – Agents of Ungentlemanly Warfare. Catalyst Theatre Tour to Keyano College, Fort McMurray and Vertigo Theatre, Calgary. (2019)
Vigilante. Catalyst Theatre Tour to The Grand Theatre, London. (2019)
Vigilante. Catalyst Theatre Tour to The Grand Theatre, London, Persephone Theatre, Saskatoon, and The National Arts Centre, Ottawa. (2017)
Vigilante. Catalyst Theatre (in association with the Citadel Theatre) (2015). Edmonton
Elephant's Wake. Catalyst Theatre (2014). Edmonton.
Die Fledermaus. Edmonton Opera (2014), Edmonton.
Wonderful Town. Citadel Theatre (2014), Edmonton.
Vigilante. Catalyst Theatre (2013), Fort McMuray.
pool (no water). Studio Theatre (2013), Edmonton.
The Soul Collector. Catalyst Theatre (2013), Edmonton.
Medea. Studio Theatre (2012), Edmonton.
True Love Lies. Citadel Theatre (2011), Edmonton.
Hunchback. Catalyst Theatre commissioned by Citadel Theatre. Keyano Theatre (2011), Fort McMurray. Citadel Theatre (2011), Edmonton.
Nevermore: The Imaginary Life and Mysterious Death of Edgar Allan Poe. Catalyst Theatre. International tour (2010) to Barbican Theatre, London, England and The New Victory Theatre (Off Broadway) in New York City. Nominated for a 2010 Dora Award for Outstanding Touring Production (Luminato Festival, Toronto). Winner of 7 Elizabeth Haynes Sterling Awards (Edmonton).
Frankenstein. Catalyst Theatre. Canadian Stage (2010), Toronto. Winner of 8 Elizabeth Haynes Sterling Awards (Edmonton).
Q and A With John Raymond