JEAN-MICHEL CLICHE is a director, playwright, and educator based in Frederiction, NB. He teaches drama at the University of New Brunswick and Theatre New Brunswick’s Theatre School. He is the Co-Artistic Director of Solo Chicken Production’s the coop, a platform for contemporary artists to research, develop and perform original works of physical theatre. His plays have been performed and workshopped by Theatre New Brunswick, NotaBle Acts Theatre Festival, St. Thomas University, Saint John Theatre Company, and more. Jean-Michel is also a fight and violence director. He has trained in stage combat in Toronto, ON and Saskatoon, SK, and is a certified member of Fight Directors of Canada.
TRENT LOGAN is a New Brunswick born theatre technician, designer, and manager. Since completing his degree at Mount Allison University, he has filled several production roles for theatres across New Brunswick and into Nova Scotia. He currently works as the Technical Director of Memorial Hall on the UNB Fredericton Campus.
Past credits include: Strawberries in January (Live Bait Theatre; Set Design), No Man's Island (Lighting; Saint John Theatre Company), and Alice, a dance tale (Perpetual Motion Dance Studio; Lighting Design).