Hume worked on the following projects with the Fanshawe Acting students in productions of "The Winter's Tale" by William Shakespeare and "Lion in the Streets" by Judith Thompson. His theatrical training was at London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art in England and has been acting for thirty-four years. Most recently he appeared as The Fool in "King Lear" with David Fox in the title role with Watershed Shakespeare in North Bay and at Theatre Passe Muraille in Toronto. Other recent work includes "War of the Clowns" with Pea Green at the 2015 Festival of Clowns, "To Kill a Mockingbird" at Young People's Theatre, "Cymbeline's Reign" with Shakespeare in the Ruff in Withrow Park, "Dinner at Seven-Thirty" with Theatre Rusticle at Buddies in Bad Times, "The Taming of the Shrew" and "Macbeth" with Canadian Stage in High Park, "The Charge of The Expormidable Moose" with One Little Goat, and his one-person show "The Girl in the Picture Tries to Hang Up the Phone" at video fag in Toronto and at Theatre Kingston. Hume has appeared with the Stratford and Shaw Festivals, Tarragon, Factory, Passe Muraille, Threshold, Platform 9, Modern Times, Shakespeare in the Rough, Eldritch, Wild Excursions, Artword, and Festival of Classics, as well as at theatres across Canada. Upcoming is a production of "Our Town" with Theatre Rusticle at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre. His directing credits include "Twelfth Night" (Direct Flight/Gromkat), "Rising Below the Sun" (Cecelia McHugh/TPM Backspace), "Therac 25" (Direct Flight); "All's Well That Ends Well" (Alchemy); "Child Hood" (Summerworks); and "La Duchesse de Langeais" (Orlando Fringe). Hume's play "Crush" was presented by Optic Heart Theatre in December 2011 after an earlier production at Summerworks in 2008. Crush was nominated for a 2012 Dora Mavor Moore Award for Outstanding New Play or Musical in the Independent Theatre Production Division. His teaching experience includes George Brown College, Canadore College, Fraser Studios, Theatre Rusticle, and Tarragon Theatre. He has published prose and poetry in Queen's Quarterly, This Magazine, and The New Quarterly.
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