Ms. caitlin gallichan lowe
Ms. Caitlin Gallichan-Lowe
Caitlin Gallichan-Lowe is a proud theatre artist and educator. She began exploring theatre at the acclaimed Canterbury High School in Ottawa and then moved on to studying theatre at the University of Toronto. While living in Toronto, she worked with various theatre companies, including Theatre Passe Muraille, Video Caberet, Nightswimming, Summerworks, Toronto Fringe and Invisible Elephant Performance. Caitlin also attended the Artist in the Community Education program at Queen’s University. After moving to Calgary, Caitlin has worked with Alberta Theatre Projects, Sage Theatre and Ghost River Theatre to help develop and create theatre programming for youth. Caitlin has also taught at Artstrek, a residential theatre camp that is truly fantastic and has also taught for the Epcor Centre for the performing arts. She has also travelled to Ghana, Africa, twice to teach drama with The Osu Children’s Library Fund. Caitlin is the co-chair for the Calgary High School Drama Festival. For the CBE, Caitlin has taught drama at Lord Beaverbrook and Bowness High Schools. Currently, she runs the historical and nationally regarded theatre program at Western Canada High School, where she delights in her work every day with some of the brightest and most talented young artists she has ever met. Directing and design credits for WCHS include: A Midsummer’s Night Dream, My Name Is Rachel Corrie, Marat/Sade, Girl In the Goldfish Bowl, You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown, Art for Teenage Boys and Girls and The Triangle Factory Fire Project.