Digital Catalyst – Laurel Green (she/her) is a dramaturg and arts and culture producer whose practice is based in the creation, development, and production of new work. From the world premiere of over a dozen new plays, to virtual gatherings, performance installations, and secret backyard shows; she collaborates with an interdisciplinary and inter/national community of makers, with a focus on process. She has a Masters degree in Drama from the University of Toronto, is an artist with The International Dramaturgy Lab, an archival researcher at the University of Victoria, and artist with Trophy collective.
Current projects include Remixed, a hybrid App-alogorithm and DIY-installation at-home change listening party (undercurrents), and asses.masses, a solo video game performance for multiple players about sharing the load of revolution (FIBA, Buenos Aires). She designed and facilitated Together But Apart: Digital Conference on Touring Theatre in Northern Ontario, Kingston Arts Council’s Essential Arts Thinking Group, and the Dramaturgy of Virtual Gatherings for LMDA’s Dramaturging the Phoenix Forum. Laurel resides on the unceded and traditional Coast Salish Territory of the Lək̓ʷəŋən and W̱SÁNEĆ nations in Victoria, B.C. www.laurelkgreen.com