Kim Collier

Kim Collier is one of the four founding Artistic Directors of Electric Company Theatre and works with the collective creating, directing, acting and producing. She began her theatre training in 1983 at the University of Victoria studying acting and stage management and went on to study physical theatre at Mime Unlimited School in Toronto. Kim continued her acting studies at the Professional Acting Training Program at Studio 58, graduating from there in 1994. She has participated in the World Stage Masters Directing Class. As a Director, she has received 3 Jessie Richardson Awards: the Ray Michal Award for Most Promising New Director and two Outstanding Direction Awards for Electric Company's The Score and The One That Got Away. Aside from her extensive directing work on Electric Company shows to date, Kim has also directed for Run Away Moon Theatre, Studio 58 and Western Canada Theatre Company. As an actress, she has worked on many exciting projects with Graphic Mime, Limelight Theatre, DanceArts, Vancouver Playhouse, National Arts Centre, Felix Culpa, Western Canada Theatre, Richmond Gateway Theatre, Touchstone Theatre and others. Her creation work has taken her from Canada's Yukon to Lagos, Nigeria and has generated some of her most fulfilling experiences. The Score is Kim's film directing debut.

Films by Kim Collier