Donna Feore (Director) is one of Canada’s most versatile and in-demand creative talents, highly praised for her work as a Director and Choreographer at the Stratford Festival in Ontario. Productions include Billy Elliot, Little Shop of Horrors, The Music Man, The Rocky Horror Show (the longest-running show in Stratford history), Guys and Dolls, and a revolutionary new production of A Chorus Line permitting original choreography for the first time ever. She was the Creative Producer and Director for Life Reflected at the National Arts Centre, Director of the stage adaptation of The Hockey Sweater and has directed numerous operas and international productions. Other directing credits include Tom Stoppard’s Rock & Roll and It’s a Wonderful Life at Canadian Stage, and Lecture on the Weather by John Cage and A Soldier’s Tale with F. Murray Abraham for the Detroit Symphony. Selected film and television work includes Mean Girls and Eloise.