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Jock Munro

Jock Munro has worked in Canada, the U.S. and Europe in the fields of theatre, opera and dance. His 34-year design career includes credits in most major theatres across Canada, with over 60 productions for the National Arts Centre, most recently A Christmas Carol, and Happy Days . For the Canadian Opera Company: From the House of the Dead, Red Emma, Dido and Aeneas, and the Coffee Cantatas. For the Stratford Festival: thirteen seasons. Highlights include, The Cherry Orchard, Henry Five, Richard the Third, Oliver!, Much Ado about Nothing, and Three Penny Opera. For the Shaw festival: My Fair Lady, Candida and Mack and Mabel. Jock has extensive credits at Can Stage Toronto, The Grand Theatre, London, Manitoba Theatre Centre, Theatre Calgary, Neptune Theatre and GCTC in Ottawa. In the dance world, eleven premieres for Les Grands Ballets Canadiens de Montreal, Ballet de Nancy, L’Opera national de Paris, the Netherlands Dance Theatre, Fortier Danse Creation and Ballet BC. Jock has premiered work with some of Canada’s best choreographers including Jean Pierre Perrault, and Paul André Fortier, at places as far reaching as the Paris Opera, The Nederlands Dans Theatre and Saitama and Yamagouchi Arts centres in Japan. His long association with choreographer Edouard Lock includes LaLaLa Human Steps productions of Salt, Amelia and Amjad. Jock lives with his wife Paula on the shores of Meech Lake Quebec.

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