BIOGRAPHY

MARTHA FARRELL

Martha Farrell

After nine seasons in the Stratford Festival’s acting company, Martha Farrell is now furthering her craft of teaching and coaching voice through the Stratford Festival’s Professional Development Program. Martha has worked with the Education Department over the course of many years and has taught Shakespeare in schools throughout Ontario. She has been a guest instructor of text and voice work for the Shakespeare Immersion Program in Michigan, as well as the University of Waterloo and the Atlantic Ballet Company. Martha has performed in theatres across the country. Stratford highlights include Coriolanus, Misanthrope, Camelot, Peter Pan, Dangerous Liaisons, Don Juan, As You Like It, The Tempest, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Richard III and The Winter’s Tale. She is a graduate of Sheridan College’s Music Theatre Performance Program and the Birmingham Conservatory for Classical Theatre. Martha is also a recipient of the Jean A. Chalmers Apprentice Award, Mary Savage Award (Stratford), Rosemary Burns Award and the Greg Bond Award (Theatre Sheridan).