Colleen Osborn is the Undergraduate Administrative Coordinator and Counsellor for the Centre. She is the first person to contact with any questions you have about the undergraduate programs of the Centre. For anyone interested in majoring in Drama, from high school or first year university, she can give you the history, curriculum and alumni information for the program, and provide you with the advice you need to get into our much-in-demand courses. For students already in the program, Colleen is the first person to talk with about registration, enrollments, dropping and adding courses, convocation, study abroad, awards…and so much more. If you are an instructor or faculty member in the program, Colleen is the first contact for questions about the administration of courses, room assignments, registration, and teaching. She works directly with the Associate Director, Undergraduate on all undergraduate curricular matters, and with the Director on the assignment of Teaching Assistants and overall curriculum review.
Colleen completed her MFA in Creative Writing at the University of British Columbia. She graduated from the University of Guelph with a Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts. Her first play, Seen This One Before, was chosen for the 2006 New Ideas Festival and produced again by The Village Players later that same year.
Previous plays produced include: Tripping with Trump showcased at Brave New Play Rites Festival in Vancouver, BC and at the 2016 One Festival at The Space in London, UK; How it Crumbles (The Space, London, UK); Take It, Easy (2014 Toronto Wrecking Ball at The Theatre Centre); Botched (2013 Ottawa Fringe Festival at Studio Leonard Beaulne); Here to Stay and Seen This One Before at Alumnae Theatre; and co-authored Guantanamo: Hotels & Resorts with Pandemic Theatre. Colleen has been published in "City Voices: A Book of Monologues by Toronto Artists."