Keltie is a theatre director and instructor based out of London, UK and Vancouver, Canada. She holds an MFA in Theatre Directing from UBC and is a graduate of the University of Alberta Department of Drama and participant in the Robbin's Academy Professional Theatre Program. Recent directing credits include She Kills Monsters, Eurydice, The Dumb Waiter, Marion Bridge (UBC), In the Next Room or the vibrator play (Ensemble Theatre), Juice, All in the Timing, Closer, Bedlam (Junior Jester Cap award), Kafka’s Metamorphosis (K.I.A. Productions), Minding Dad (Sterling Nomination), Love and Death (THEATrePUBLIC), and Passages (Ribbit Republic). Keltie was the General Manager at Workshop West Theatre from 2008 – 2012 and the co-curator of Canoe Theatre Festival, from 2010-13. Keltie is the former Associate Artistic Director at Pi Theatre.
She Kills Monsters
Ubyssey Preview: “She Kills Monsters” is disemboweling conventions and slaying demons
Ubyssey Interview: Keltie Forsyth on Dungeons and Dragons and powerful women in theatre
Georgia Straight Review: UBC Theatre finds the geeky heart and humour in She Kills Monsters
Ubyssey Review: UBC needs more plays like She Kills Monsters
Vancouver Presents Review: She Kills Monsters brings Dungeons & Dragons & drama
In the Next Room or the vibrator play