The Company

Becky MacDormand | Co-Artistic Producer

969551_10152855254195707_932087406_nBecky MacDormand is Co-Artistic Producer of Clockwork Theatre as well as a freelance director and writer in Vancouver and the Greater Vancouver area. Having graduated in 2013 from Trinity Western University with a BA in Theatre, Becky has had the opportunity to direct many productions since. Selected directing credits include: Fool for Love (Clockwork Theatre); Never Swim Alone, and Crimes of the Heart (SAMC Theatre); Holy Mo (META Theatre); A Good Way Out (Stone’s Throw/Pacific Theatre); and The Glass Menagerie (TIC). In addition to directing, Becky is quite passionate about writing and has been privliged to have many of her short films produced. She hopes to pursue further education in creative writing. For more information on Becky, please feel free to visit her personal website www.beckymacdormand.com

 

 

Phil Miguel | Co-Artistic Producer

PicturePhil Miguel is Co-Artistic Producer of Clockwork Theatre. His eclectic list of skills garnered largely from his schooling at TWU include directing, writing, acting, all aspects of design, and tech. When he’s not busy as Technical Director at Pacific Theatre trying to make pumpkins fall from the sky he moonlights as a lighting designer including Shadowlands, Lord of the FliesHaving Hope at Home (Gallery 7), Mr. Marmalade (Latchkey Co-op), Gruesome Playground Injuries (Stone’s Throw/Pacific Theatre), Wolf at the Door (Otherwise Productions), and Compassion for Killers (Whirlwind Theatre). He is determined to make Clockwork Theatre a significant cog in the Vancouver theatre machine even at the risk of making cheesy metaphors in his bio.

 

liz squires | Director of Fundraising and Development

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Liz Squires is Director of Fundraising and Development for Clockwork Theatre.  She studied Theatre and Communications at Trinity Western University and Arts & Cultural Management at MacEwan University.  In her years of post-secondary training, she gained experience in virtually every aspect of theatre but most resonated with administrative topics such as Professional Writing, Media Relations, and Audience & Resource Development, and this continues to drive her theatrical interests.  Liz revels in being on stage, and has much experience as an actor, but is passionate about sitting behind a desk and supporting artists in the practical ways that allow them to flourish.