About

About

My story

Collette Radau is an Alberta-born, Toronto-based actor, freelance dramaturg, and director whose focus is on new play development and devised works. She is a graduate of Red Deer College’s Theatre Performance & Creation program and York University’s B.A. Honours Theatre program. Most recently during the pandemic, she directed a short zoom play, The End of the Parade by Steven Elliott Jackson for the Operation 24 Festival (Assembly Theatre). She has performed in Diorama (Junior Festival 2019), Post, Like, Share – Beware! (innocent operations), and Le Grand Continental (Luminato Festival 2018).

Woman in Clown Nose and Makeup, Yellow Headband, and Heart on Shirt Smiles at Camera
Woman in Black and Florals looks at Camera while Slicking Hair Back

She co-directed and dramaturged Midnight, Toronto for the 39th Rhubarb Festival. Collette was a dramaturgy intern at Young People’s Theatre from 2017-2018, and has dramaturged shows for the Edmonton Fringe Festival, New Market National Play Festival, and Paprika Festival. She was also an editor of Playwrights Guild of Canada’s PLEDGE Project.