Kim Renders

Kim Renders

Kim Renders has been making theatre in Canada for over thirty years. She is a founding member of Nightwood Theatre, Canada’s preeminent feminist theatre company, and was an original member of Toronto’s Theatre Centre. She has performed in theatres across Canada including The Belfry in Victoria, The Manitoba Theatre Centre, Tarragon Theatre and Volcano in Toronto, the Centaur in Montreal and LSPU Hall in St. John’s. She has twice been nominated for a Dora Mavor Moore Award for acting. She has directed over a dozen large-scale artist/community collaboration projects and an equal number of plays for children. She was the Artistic Director of Theatre Kingston from 2007-2011 and has been the A.D. and playwright for the Barefoot Players (a Queen’s University student young company) since 2007. She is currently a member of Chipped Off Performance Collective, the only Queer/feminist performance group in Kingston dedicated to working with local artists to create community-engaged performances. Kim has extensive experience in designing for the theatre, especially in the areas of costuming and puppets.  She has also authored and co-authored numerous innovative works for the stage.  She continues to teach in the Drama Department at Queen’s University.


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