Paula Wing is an actor, playwright, dramaturge, and translator whose work has been internationally produced. In 2018, her Risky Phil, premiered at Young Peoples Theatre and her translation of Stefano Massini’s Intractable Woman was part of the PEN International Playreading Series at CUNY. Intractable Woman received its U.S. Premiere with The Play Company in New York City. Paula’s musical adaptation of Margaret Mahy’s The Man Whose Mother Was a Pirate toured Eastern Ontario with TIP in 2018. Her adaptation of Ben Rice’s novella Pobby and Dingan was published in 2016 through the Kennedy Centre. She is a Resident Artist at Soulpepper Theatre Company in Toronto, where she is active in their youth and community programming. She runs playwriting classes for emerging writers at the Tarragon Theatre and she is proud to be Rose Avenue and Sprucecourt Schools’ Playwright-in-Residence through YPT, where she also facilitates 3-Up, their international playwriting program for young people. Paula is a sessional professor at the University of Windsor in both the Acting and Drama in Education and Community departments. She is currently working on an adaptation of Lena Coakley’s Wicked Nix for Young Peoples Theatre. Paula’s “Canadianization” of Dario Fo’s Accidental Death of an Anarchist won a Best Production Dora Award in 2015.