Christina Wong is a Toronto-based playwright who also works in photography, radio, and film. She has a PhD in Music from the University of Leeds, where she also completed her MA with Distinction in Arts Education. She is also a graduate of the University of Toronto (Honours BA in Environment & Society, Drama, and East Asian Studies). Her last production, A Song For Tomorrow, which was further developed during her mentorship at Diaspora Dialogues in 2010, premiered at the 2012 SummerWorks Theatre Festival. It was then remounted at the Courtyard at Bonnie Stuart in Kitchener as part of the We Are Culture Festival in November 2013. Other selected directing and writing credits include: A.D. on The Madness of the Square (Cahoots Theatre Projects/Factory Theatre); The Magic Paintbrush (Pass the Parcel Productions/Toronto Fringe Festival 2006); And the Drum Continues to Beat (Pass the Parcel Productions/Toronto Fringe Festival 2005); and Voices (SMC Drama Society). Wong was also part of fu-GEN’s Kitchen 13 (2015-2016), Diaspora Dialogues’ 2010 Mentorship Programme, Nightwood Theatre’s 2008 Write from the Hip program, and fu-GEN’s Kitchen 4 (2006-2007)


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