Dorian graduated from Dalhousie with a degree in Theatre Studies. Since graduating he directed and created theatre in Halifax, including productions of Hedda Gabler (Head First Productions), Spirits (Up the Hill Theatre), The Story of a Sinking Man (Kick at the Dark Theatre), Instrumental Widows (Us vs Them Theatre), So ho, by so (Ajar Theatre), The Yorkshire Tragedy (Villain’s Theatre) and Foreplay, or the Art of the Fugue (Lions Den Theatre). Dorian was awarded Best Director at Fringe for Spirits, and Kick at the Dark Theatre won Best Production from an Emerging Company at the Merritt Awards for A Story of a Sinking Man. Dorian was last seen on stage in a devised clown show called Worry Duck in the 2019 Halifax Fringe, and in the 2016 Shakespeare by the Sea productions of King Lear, and Pinocchio.
Theatre Nova Scotia and DramaFest operate out of Kjipuktuk in Mi’kma’ki, the unceded and unsurrendered land of the Mi’kmaq People. TNS and DramaFest are committed to supporting theatre artists and the pursuit of theatre across Mi’kma’ki. As an organization, we commit to learning how we can better serve the artists and people living in Mi’kma’ki, and honour the treaties that cover this land. We are all treaty people.
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