Moira Day

Moira Day is a Professor of Drama at the University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, CANADA. She is also an adjunct professor of the Women’s and Gender Studies program, and associate member of the Classical, Medieval and Renaissance Studies unit.
A former book editor and co-editor of Theatre Research in Canada, she has edited two play anthologies The Hungry Spirit, by Elsie Park Gowan, an important pioneer in the early western Canadian theatre and The West of All Possible Worlds, a collection of plays by contemporary prairie playwrights. She has also edited West-Words: Celebrating Western Canadian Theatre and Playwriting, a collection of essays on the contemporary prairie theatre, and contributed chapters on Jamie Portman to Establishing Our Boundaries: English-Canadian Theatre Criticism, and on theatre in translation to Les Théâtres Professionel du Canada Francophone; her other articles have appeared in Prairie Forum, Theatre Research in Canada, Essays in Theatre, Theatre InSight, Canadian Theatre Review and NeWest Review. She has also spoken at conferences both within Canada and internationally in the USA, Ireland, China, the Czech Republic, and Greece.</p