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David Paquet

David Paquet is a graduate in playwriting from the National Theatre School of Canada (2006) and lives in Montreal. His plays Porc-epic, 2h14, Appels entrants illimites, Les Grands-meres mortes, Le Brasier, Histoires a plumes et a poils, Le Soulier, Chansons pour le musee, Le Poids des fourmis and Papiers maches and Le Voilier (two one-man-shows of stand-up poetry he performs himself,) have gathered international praise and have been produced all over North America and Europe. David has won the Governor General’s award (twice), the Michel-Tremblay award, the Sony-Labou-Tansi award (twice), the young audiences Quebec critic’s choice award (twice), the Theatre d’Aujourd’hui audience choice award, a Jessie award and a Dora award. He also teaches playwriting and does dramaturg work for, among others, the National Theatre School of Canada, le Centre des Auteurs Dramatique and le Conservatoire d’Art Dramatique de Montreal.

Books by David Paquet