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Fisk, Michelle

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Lubomir Mykytiuk with Michelle Fisk in the 1998 Centaur Theatre production of Paula Vogel's How I Learned to Drive, directed by Gordon McCall

Ontario-based actor, who received her theatre training at the University of British Columbia. Michelle Fisk has acted in over 130 shows in theatres across Canada for thirty years, including ten years at the Stratford Festival (The Merchant of Venice, Alice Through the Looking Glass, The Country Wife, Cyrano de Bergerac, Antony and Cleopatra, The Imaginary Invalid, Bonjour, la, bonjour, Les Belles-soeurs). For the Blyth Festival she has acted in Carol Shields' Thirteen Hands; the premieres of David French's That Summer (1999); Wendy Lill's Corker (2000), and Kelly Rebar's Bordertown Cafe (2010).

She has also performed at the Citadel Theatre (Katherina in Taming of the Shrew), National Arts Centre, Grand Theatre, London (Cat on a Hot Tin Roof), New Play Centre - now Playwrights Theatre Centre (notably in the premiere of Tom Walmsley's Something Red), Canadian Stage (Homeward Bound, among others), Tarragon Theatre, Shaw Festival, Manitoba Theatre Centre, Globe Theatre (The Drowsy Chaperone, 2013), and Theatre Calgary (Mary Poppins, 2014).

Last updated 2020-12-04