<span>Some Highlights:</span> T.J. Dawe

Some Highlights: T.J. Dawe


  • 1998 – Canadian Actors’ Equity Association
  • 1999 – Tired Cliches wins a Jessie Richardson Award for Best New Play or Musical – Festival Category
  • 2001 – The Slipknot plays the Montreal Just for Laughs Festival
  • 2004 – Labrador and The Slipknot are published by Brindle and Glass
  • 2004 – Bravo Canada broadcasts A Canadian Bartender at Butlin’s
  • 2004 – Sheep Noir Productions buys the film option for Toothpaste & Cigars (co-written with Mike Rinaldi)
  • 2005 – The One Man Star Wars Trilogy (TJ directed and dramaturged) plays off-Broadway in New York at the Lamb’s Theatre for five months
  • 2005 – The BC and Alberta Touring Council names TJ their touring artist of the year for regional performances ofThe Slipknot
  • 2006 – Brindle and Glass publishes the script for The Power of Ignorance and a companion piece humour book(both co-written with Chris Gibbs, based on a character and concept by Sam Reynolds and Jeff Sumerel)
  • 2007 – Sheep Noir Productions gets a development deal for Toothpaste & Cigars (now titled The F Word) with Fox Searchlight Pictures
  • 2009 – the Totem Figures Podcast Project launches
  • 2010 – Canadian Theatre Review magazine publishes the play script for Totem Figures in its Winter issue, along with a scholarly article about him and autobiographical theatre which refers to TJ as “Canada’s most prolific writer of autobiographical monologues”
  • 2010 – Launch of Beams and Struts: An Integral Inquiry into a Post-Postmodern Age