Ryan Griffith is a playwright from Woodstock, New Brunswick. A graduate of the National Theatre School of Canada, his play Lutz was published by Playwrights Canada Press in 2011. His short play, Shepody, Rage and Wolfe, was produced by Theatre Yes in Edmonton and Halifax, and his original plays Returning Fire and Fortune of Wolves, as well as his adaptation of Alistair MacLeod’s The Boat, have been produced by Theatre New Brunswick in Fredericton. His newest play, A Brief History of the Maritimes and Everywhere Else, debuted with the company in March 2019.
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