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Robert is laughing at the camera. He leans forward resting an arm on his knee. He has thick, dark, wavy hair.

Robert Morrison


Robert Morrison (he/him) is a writer, director and actor for theatre, film and dance. He currently splits his time between his home Calgary (Mohkínstsis) and his found home Toronto (Tkaronto). The first movie he saw in theatres was the animated classic “Cat in the Hat”, during which he fell asleep. Since then, he’s strived to create performance that - at the very least - keeps audiences awake. His most recent film, hatch took home first prize at the Utah Dance Film Festival and his documentary how to be not alone premiered at the Long Distance Film Festival in London, U.K and was nominated for best documentary at QIFF. This summer he directed a touring production of The Zoo Story and is in rehearsals for the world premiere of ECHO by Kole Durnford.

Selected acting: Romeo In Romeo & Juliet, Hal in Proof Jon in Tape at The School of Performance. ELSEWHERE: Joey, Safehouse, Seven Starving Artists (2019) Ponyboy, The Outsiders, Storybook Theatre (2018) Macbeth, Macbeth, CYPT, (2017) Brian, DNA, Hoodlum Theatre (2017) Eric, The Fight or Flight Response, Verb Theatre (2017) Prince John, The Lost Prince, CYPT (2016) Aiden, Noise, Verb + HPR (2015)

Much love to Anouk, his beloved dog. 


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