Caleb Marshall

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Location: Victoria, BC
Method of contact: [email protected] 
Rates: Please email to reqeust a quote based on your needs.
Available work methods: In-person within the region or digital consultation/training

Currently the Managing Artistic Director for The Canadian College of Performing Arts in Victoria BC, New Brunswick born native Caleb Marshall’s twenty-five year theatrical career has spanned producing, directing, writing, teaching, acting, administration, and cultural advocacy. He has produced over 80 theatre productions and 25 multi-disciplinary performing arts presentations. He spent three seasons as the Artistic Executive Director of The Sudbury Theatre Centre where he expanded programming to include a Performing Arts Series, inclusive Relaxed Performances and the STC Academy. STC was the first theatre in Canada to commit to a Relaxed Performance for every show in their season. He spent the previous six seasons as the Artistic Producer for Theatre New Brunswick, and his focus on community saw the highest percentage of local professionals on stage in both TNB and STC’s histories. 

Caleb has received the Christopher Plummer Fellowship Award, The Stratford Festival’s Eliot Haze Playwright Development Award and was recognized by the New Brunswick Arts Board with an Excellence Award in the Arts. Caleb has maintained a life-long commitment to education and training and holds a BFA Honours in Acting from York University, an MFA with Distinction in Theatre Directing from Middlesex University, London (UK) and has trained with; The Stratford Festival’s Conservatory for Classical Theatre Training, Moscow’s GITIS Academy, the Banff Centre for the Arts and on an International Artist’s Fellowship at Shakespeare’s Globe. He’s taught at many of those institutions as well as classes at St. Thomas, Dalhousie and Thornloe Universities and led workshops at festivals in Poland and Germany. A very active member of the Professional Association of Canadian Theatres over the last eight years, Caleb served as the Caucus Director on the Board and the host of the 2014 national conference and AGM. He is currently completing a Certificate in Arts and Culture Management from McEwan University.

Areas of expertise (as it relates to RP):

  • Rehearsing, producing and promoting RP theatre

Services provided (as it relates to RP):

  • Relaxed Performance Training 
  • Consultation