Dr. Sheila Christie

Dr. Sheila Christie is an Associate Professor with a passion for theatre in all its forms. As a scholar, she studies how medieval cities used theatre to shape civic identity and how modern cities and communities can do the same. She also directs, devises, and stage manages shows whenever she gets a chance. Her most recent project, Voices for Change (co-produced with Nicole MacDougall), tackled the issue of sexual violence in Cape Breton, and this fall she will work with Dr. Kate Krug on performances about transgender youth for Lumiere. Sheila’s ambition is to share skills and knowledge with others so they can change the world for the better.

Eye on the Environment – March Break Camp for Teens

In addition to our new weekly writing workshops, we’re offering a March Break camp NEXT WEEK. This camp for teens runs in the mornings (9AM-1PM) March 14-18 and covers a variety of documentary techniques and practices. You will work with film, radio, photography, archival and print documentary professionals and make use of equipment and resources at Cape… Read more Eye on the Environment – March Break Camp for Teens