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About Keltie


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About Keltie


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Keltie Forsyth

Keltie is an independent theatre director and producer based out of Vancouver, BC. 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 EurydiceThe Dumb Waiter, Marion Bridge (UBC), 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 currently an instructor in the department of Theatre and Film at UBC and the Associate Artistic Director at Pi Theatre.  

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Keltie's Portfolio


Keltie's Portfolio


 

As Director

7 Ways to Die, a love story - September 7 - 17, 2017

Vancouver

Eurydice - January 21 - February 6, 2016

Vancouver

Closer - January 29 - February 2, 2014

Edmonton

Kafka's Metamorphosis - August, 2011

Edmonton

Juice - March  3 - 5, 2016

Vancouver

Minding Dad - August, 2012

Winnipeg & Edmonton

Bedlam - August, 2011

Winnipeg & Edmonton

The Passages Project - May & August, 2012

Edmonton


As Assistant Director

The Penelopiad - March & April, 2013

Edmonton

Romeo & Juliet - 2012-2013

Edmonton


As Creator/Performer

7 Ways to Die, a love story - July & August 2012 

Winnipeg, Edmonton