A playwright, director, actor and artistic director of da da kamera from 1987 to 2007, Daniel's work has toured extensively internationally and in Canada. His plays include You Are Here, In On It, A Beautiful View and the solo shows House, Here Lies Henry, Monster, and Cul-de-sac. From 2007 to 2015 he was playwright-in-residence at the Tarragon Theatre in Toronto where his plays How It Works, Communion, Was Spring, and The Best Brothers were produced. As a playwright his work has been translated into French, Portuguese, Spanish, Czech, German and Japanese. He is the recipient of a Governor General's Award, an Obie Award, a GLAAD Award and the Siminovitch Prize in Theatre.
Marcie is an arts administrator and stage manager. As an administrator she has worked for fu-GEN, Spontaneous Theatre, Theatre Direct, Eldritch Theatre, The Banff Centre, and the Vancouver Opera. As a stage manager, she has worked on over 125 shows (50 of them new plays) with companies across Canada, including reWork, Tarragon Theatre, Studio 180 Theatre, Modern Times Stage, Canadian Stage, Necessary Angel, Signal Theatre, Nightwood Theatre, Small Wooden Shoe, Alberta Theatre Projects, Vertigo Theatre, The Banff Centre, and Lunchbox Theatre. Marcie is a co-producer at Spontaneous Theatre/Northan Industries, and the General Manager at Coal Mine Theatre. She is a co-founder of reWork Productions.