Who we are


Gillian Clark (artistic co-director)

Gillian Clark is an interdisciplinary theatre artist, residing in Halifax, Nova Scotia.  Her work has been shown across Canada, the U.K and India. Most recent acting credits include: Dylan in her solo show Understudy (audience choice award at QueerActs Theatre Festival), Puss in Greg MacArthur’s Girls! Girls! Girls!, and Evergreen in Michael McPhee’s Heroic.  She is currently creating a new show called Now We Are, inspired by J.M. Barrie’s Peter Pan, A.A. Milne’s Now We Are Six and youtube tattoo tutorials.  


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Karen Gross (artistic co-director)

Karen Gross is a Halifax based producer, spending most of her time with 2b theatre company. She has also worked with Zuppa Theatre, Live Art Dance, Strategic Arts Management and the Magnetic North Theatre Festival. She is currently the resident producer for HomeFirst Theatre (It Is Solved By WalkingMessenger) and The Accidental Mechanics Group (Let’s Not Beat Each Other to Death). Karen is also the co-founder of the StART Festival, an interdisciplinary festival of art by emerging artists at the Bus Stop Theatre. She graduated from the University of King’s College in 2014 with a combined honours degree in theatre and contemporary philosophy.


Laura Vingoe-Cram (artistic co-director)

Laura Vingoe-Cram is one of the artistic co-directors of Keep Good (Theatre) Company. She holds a masters in directing from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and is working as a director in Glasgow, London, Toronto and Halifax. She is presently working with 2b theatre company as their emerging artist in residence for 2016/2017. Her previous credits include Oh Graveyard, You Can’t Hold Me Always by Alan McKendrick (RCS), Understudy by Gillian Clark (Atlantic Fringe), Mr. Marmalade by Noah Haidle (KGTC), An Ideal Husband by Oscar Wilde (KTS) and Sisters by Wendy Lill (KTS). Laura is directing Keep Good (Theatre) Company’s upcoming production of Constellations by Nick Payne, which will open in Halifax in October 2016.