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Stephen Atkins.

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I am a wikitraveller from Vancouver, BC where I teach theatre and write. I first started using Wikipedia on a regular basis when I noticed my students using it as a study aid. I use it for some of my lecture prep and fact-finding when I update my course content. Whenever I can, I update with contributions from my own work in my field(s).

Stephen Atkins, BA, MFA Theatre/Film (SFU). Stephen Atkins has performed and directed in Vancouver, Calgary and Lethbridge. Recent directing credits include The Queens for the University of Lethbridge, The Woman, Forever Yours Mary Lou, Mad Boy Chronicle, Woyzeck and Les Belles Souers for Exit22 at Capilano College. Stephen is trained in voice for the actor (Linklater/Berry) and Laban. He was a founding member of the Tooba Physical Theatre Centre in Vancouver, BC. Writing credits for theatre include Just Measures (1989), Four & Twenty Blackbirds (1992), Black Angels (1997) and Venom (2006). Articles include Virtual Reality and the Actual Performer (Canadian Theatre Review 1994), and has contributed several articles (1994-2005) on science fiction, art history, food, travel and theatre for trade publications and open-source projects such as Wikipedia. Stephen also has 11 years of experience in internet and online media development. He has been a member of the Capilano College Theatre Department since 1990 where he teaches Voice, Acting, Improvisation & Mask, Creative Movement, Styles and Theatre History. He is currently on leave to work with the physical theatre company Zen Zen Zo in Brisbane, Australia.

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Will be posting from Brisbane, Australia Jan - Sep 2007. I will also be blogging notes from our seminar discussions on readings by Peter Brook, Tadashi Suzuki, Jerzy Grotowski and Anne Bogart. If interested, please view the blog at www.humantheatre.ca.

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