Since graduating from the National Theatre School’s Acting section in 1983, Sue Miner has been working extensively in various aspects of theatre across Canada. As well as having acted, directed, produced, and written, she has also been a designer of costumes, sets and sound. She has been an instructor and guest director at George Brown since 1995 and has been the Program Coordinator since the spring of 2017. Sue is also the co-artistic director of Pea Green Theatre Group with her husband Mark Brownell. In 2010 both Sue and Mark received a Harold Award for “Outstanding Contribution to the Toronto Performing Arts Scene.” Along with many Dora nominations for her direction, Sue made the long list for the Siminovitch Prize for directing in 2007, has been thrice nominated for the Pauline McGibbon Award and has twice been touted as one of Toronto’s Top 10 theatre artists by NOW Magazine.