A lifelong resident of Scarborough, Kevin Wright, reflects upon UTSC theatre production and the larger campus. A theatre production manager in the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre and course instructor in the Arts, Culture, and Media Department since 1995, he discusses joining UTSC at a transitional time of technological change, as well as reflecting upon the changes that occurred around the overall understanding of theatre. Wright speaks to both to the technical challenges of staging a theatrical production along with discussing his experiences of teaching theatre production to students. Wright shares insightful knowledge around UTSC’s earlier years and its experimentation with the television studio, the conversion of the television studio into a theatre, as well as the history of the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre.

Researchers: Amelia Ainsworth, Jennifer Tran
Date: January 10, 2020