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Ken is currently one of Alberta’s most produced playwrights, and his plays are regularly produced across Canada. In addition, Ken is a popular speaker who is often asked to read from his work, deliver keynote addresses and lead workshops for corporate and arts audiences.

Some of Ken’s upcoming (or, depending on when you are reading this page, recent) appearances include:

Upcoming Events

Arts Champions Congress – Calgary, Alberta
Friday February 22, 2013, 12:00-1:00 pm
A presentation on Ken’s Artist-in-Corporate-Residence at First Calgary Financial

Harvest – Gateway Theatre, Richmond BC
March 7-16, 2013
Directed by Gateway’s new Artistic Director, Jovanni Sy.

Fostering Innovation and Creativity in Corporate Culture – Keynote Address: Arts & The City 3, St. John’s, NL - May 24-25
Presented by the City of St. John’s, Arts & Culture Advisory Committee

Dear Johnny Deere – Blyth Festival, Ontario
June 11 to 22, 2013
A revival of the original production.

Dear Johnny Deere – Confederation Centre Public Library, Charlottetown, PEI
June 26-August 31, 2013
A brand new production.

Reading – Confederation Centre Public Library, Charlottetown, PEI
July 18 – 12pm – 1pm: Free
Confederation Centre of the Arts and the Confederation Centre Public Library welcome everyone to experience the reading of Cameron’s new work. This event is free of charge and will be followed by a question and answer segment with the audience.    

Dear Johnny Deere – Lighthouse Theatre, Port Dover Ontario
August 21-September 7, 2013
A touring of the original production.

How iRan: A play for iPod – IMPACT Festival, Kitchener
September 25-29, 2013
World Premiere!

Harvest – New West Theatre, Lethbridge Alberta
Now the fourth production in Alberta alone!
Oct 3-12, 2013

Literary Vaudeville – Loud in the Library,  Memorial Park Library, Calgary
The fourth in our annual reading series. One night only!
Thursday Nov 7, 2013 at 7pm

How iRan: A play for iPod – Calgary
January 2014, TBA

One Great City
A presentation emerging from Ken's work as Citizen Raconteur for the City of Calgary's Cultural Transformation Project
January 2014, TBA