Darrah Teitel is a graduate of The University of Toronto and The National Theatre School of Canada’s. Her upcoming and recent playwriting credits include Behaviour (GCTC/ SpiderwebShow, 2018), The Omnibus Bill (Counterpoint Players, 2018). Corpus (Teesri Duniya 2014, Counterpoint 2014) The Apology (Alberta Theatre Projects 2013, Next Stage Festival 2011) Marla’s Party (SummerWorks 2008) the CBC radio drama Palliative (2007) She Said Destroy (NTS, 2007). Her journalism, fiction and poetry have been published in journals and periodicals throughout Canada. Darrah is the winner of several awards, and has received nominations for Dora, Betty Mitchell, Rideau and META Prizes for Outstanding New Plays. Darrah lives Ottawa where she has worked for the federal opposition critics for The Status of Women and Indigenous Affairs and is currently employed at Action Canada for Sexual Health and Rights. She was the Great Canadian Theatre Company’s Playwright in Residence in 2015 and 17.