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CHLOË ROSE FLOWERS

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Chloë Rose Flowers is thrilled to be launching King Theatre Company. KTC is King Township's first professional theatre company, aiming to bring high-quality entertainment and employment opportunities for the residents of King Township. Chloë is thrilled to be directing KTC's inaugural production "Salt-Water Moon".

This production runs from August 14th - 24th 2024, site-specific at Pine Farms Orchard. To learn more about the production and how you can support KTC, visit kingtheatre.ca

Chloë is back again for her third season with Theatre Georgian Bay producing Collingwood's annual Bard on the Bay Series. This summer, she will be helping to produce William Shakespeare's beloved comedy, Much Ado About Nothing.

This production runs from July 25th - August 5th, 2024 at the Shipyards Amphitheatre in Collingwood, Ontario. 

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About Chloë

Chloë Rose Flowers is an award-winning performer, producer, and playwright for the stage. Chloë has an honours degree in Drama, Theatre, and Performance studies from the University of Toronto. She has trained under industry-leading players such as Miriam Fernades, Ken Gass, and Iain Moggach. She has performed in over 25 productions and has helped to produce over 20. 

Chloë has worked with notable companies such as Shakespeare in Action, Theatre Georgian Bay, Theatre by the Bay, and Hart House Theatre. Chloë has produced everything from independent works through to full theatrical seasons as an Executive Producer.  

From musicals to mainstage plays, Shakespeare in the Park, radio dramas, workshops, devised theatre, staged readings and more, Chloë has broad experience and well-rounded skillsets working both on and off stage.

Photo by Kyle Nethersole

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Chloë Rose Flowers

Producer, Performer, Playwright

Contact: chloeroseflowers@gmail.com

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