drew Murdoch really spells his name with a lowercase d! In 2016 he received his BA in theatre studies from York University. During that time, he found a passion for theatre education while taking courses such as Theatre for Young Audiences and Drama in Education. Through York University’s theatre program drew has had the opportunity to perform at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival twice, first in 2015 and then again in 2016. In 2016 drew brought the Canadian Theatre for Young Audiences Play Head À Tête to the Edinburgh Fringe. drew acted in the play as well as created a workshop based off the themes of the show.
Currently drew is working towards getting his Library and Information Technician diploma as well as working at the Wasaga Beach Public Library where he runs the Video Game Social. When he’s not teaching teens what video games can teach them about their life, drew gets to work with Theatre Collingwood. With them he has helped teach the past three drama camps. He has also worked in conjunction with both the local theatre company Quarter Century Theatre and Theatre Collingwood to create the innovative theatre education course Fusion Fun Labs. drew wants everyone to know that theatre isn’t about how well you can cry on command or how beautiful your sets look, it’s about looking inside yourself and creating something truthful. He looks forward to all the amazing discoveries that are about to be made!