Hello and welcome to my site. As well as finding out about specific works, you can contact me, find my bio and some articles I've written, buy some books, and see my recent news. There are links to my published works on each separate page: you can also get them at your local bookstore or library, or through some great online retailers like All Lit Up or Bizbooks or 49th Shelfor the usual suspects, like Indigo and Amazon.


Where I'll be:

Aug. 24-31, 2019 Stratford Festival’s unit on plays by Asian writers and the Asian diaspora.

Sep. 12-14, 2019 Arts Club Theatre’s workshop of Outside (my translation of Gilles Poulin-Denis’ Dehors) as part of their New Play Festival (Vancouver, BC).

Sep. 16-22, 2019 Playwrights Theatre Centre’s workshop of Salesman in China, my original play-in-progress with Jovanni Sy (Vancouver, BC)

Where you can see my work:

Aug. 15-25, 2019: Blarney Productions presents Rébecca Déraspe’s sparkling anti-romcom You Are Happy at the Edmonton Fringe, North America’s oldest and largest fringe festival (Edmonton, AB)

Sep. 14, 2019: Arts Club Theatre’s workshop of Outside (my translation of Gilles Poulin-Denis’ Dehors) as part of their New Play Festival. (Vancouver, BC)

Sept 26-Oct. 6, 2019: WORLD PREMIERE: The Cherry Arts presents The Shoe, David Paquet’s surreal, funny, and moving look at the joy and pain of loving those who are different. (Ithaca, NY)

Oct. 16-27, 2019: Persephone Theatre presents Catherine Léger’s provocative and hilarious I Lost My Husband! (Saskatoon, SK)

Oct. 26-Dec. 8, 2019: Red Theater Chicago presents You Are Happy in ASL and English, in its American premiere. (Chicago, USA)

Nov 2019: WORLD PREMIERE: Lune Rouge presents Annie Brocoli’s Stardust in the PY1 entertainment complex. Dates TBA. (Miami, USA)

April 16-25, 2020: WORLD PREMIERE: Ruby Slippers Theatre and the Gateway Theatre present Sébastien Harrisson’s poignant coming-of-age story From Alaska (Vancouver, BC)

After more than 600 performances, acclaimed Théâtre Motus continues to tour its Dora Award-winning production of Hélène Ducharme's Baobab internationally. Tour schedule is here.

Acclaimed Vancouver company Boca del Lupo continues to tour their unique site-specific installation piece Red Phoneto which I contributed a script. Watch for it in a city near you.

My plays and translations are published by Talonbooks Ltd. and Playwrights Canada Press. Unpublished works, including libretti, are available through the Playwrights Guild of Canada or CEAD... or by contacting me directly.