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Kate Hennig

Kate Hennig

Kate Hennig is a Canadian playwright, actor, teacher, and director. She is the author of The Queenmaker Trilogy, about the lives of Tudor queens: The Last Wife (Stratford Festival, Ontario, 2015); The Virgin Trial (Stratford Festival, 2017; winner of the 2017 Carol Bolt Award for Best New Play, shortlisted for the Governor General's Literary Award for Drama); and Mother's Daughter (Stratford Festival, 2019).

She has translated and adapted Cyrano de Bergerac and Oscar Wilde's stories for children, Wilde Tales. She is Associate Artistic Director at the Shaw Festival and lives in Stratford, Ontario.