Canadian Libanon actor, author and directorwd:Q733091
country of citizenship:
language of expression: Arabic, French
educated at: National Theatre School of Canada
occupation: actor, playwright, writer, film director, screenwriter, guitarist, drummer, director
award received: Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres, Officer of the Order of Canada, Knight of the National Order of Quebec, Grand prix du théâtre, Prix littéraire du Gouverneur général
Wajdi Mouawad, OC, (born 1968) is a Lebanese-Canadian writer, actor, and director. He is known in Canadian and French theatre for his politically engaged, moralistic theatre. It often revolves around family trauma, war, the betrayal of youth, and for recurring stylistic tropes, such as having his actors shout all their lines. Since April 2016, Mouawad is the director of the Théâtre national de la Colline in Paris.
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