Marie Clements

Marie Clements

Marie Clements (born 1962) is a Canadian playwright, performer and director of Metis heritage.

Her plays include: Age of Iron, Urban Tattoo, Now look what you made me do, The Unnatural and Accidental Women, Burning Vision (finalist for the Governor General's Award for English-language Drama) and Copper Thunderbird. She is also founder and former Artistic Director of the British Columbia-based theatre company urban ink.

Clements lives on Galiano Island in British Columbia.


During the [1980]s, Clements worked as a radio news reporter.

She has been playwright in residence at The [National Theatre School of Canada], the [Banff Centre for the Arts], the [Firehall Arts Centre], and the [National Arts Centre].

Clements is a celebrated playwright, director, and actor.


Clements is known for her unique style/genre of theatre. She uses storytelling techniques to interweave the past with the present in her plays.

[Theatre Research in Canada] (TRIC) will be dedicating an upcoming special issue to the life and works of Marie Clements.

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