It’s episode #144 and I’m chatting with Celia McBride, a Canadian multi-disciplinary artist originally from the Yukon, now living in Port Hope.

As a playwright, Celia’s work was developed by numerous theatre companies in Canada (infinitheatre, Nightwood, Factory), and produced internationally by Red Kettle Theatre (Ireland) and Looking Glass Theatre (New York).

She was commissioned by the Stratford Festival of Canada for the Studio Theatre’s inaugural season, and Walk Right Up premiered there in 2002.

From 2005-2011, Celia was the Co-Artistic Director of Sour Brides Theatre, touring her play So Many Doors (Playwrights Canada Press) across Canada.

In 2015, she released a feature film, Last Stop for Miles, adapted from one of her first plays.

Since 2014, Celia has been working as a spiritual director and providing spiritual care in long-term care homes.

She published O My God: An Un-Becoming Journey, a memoir, in 2022.

It was so lovely to connect with Celia, and I’m pretty sure you’ll enjoy listening in.

Website:  Celia McBride

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(note: the transcript is autogenerated by AI and is about 85% accurate)