Along with Jarrad West and Chris Zuber, Dr Duncan Driver is an artistic director of Canberra's acclaimed Everyman Theatre. He directed the company's inaugural production of Someone Who'll Watch Over Me (2008) and its subsequent productions of In Cold Light (2009), Richard III (2010), The Ides of March (2011), God (2012) and The Burning (2014), many of which contributed to Everyman's numerous Critics' Circle and CAT Awards. For Everyman, he has acted in Latin! or Tobacco and Boys (2009), Richard III (2010), The Laramie Project (2010), Breaker Morant (2012), The Musical of Musicals (The Musical!) (2013) and Home at the End (2013). Other recent acting credits include 'First Voice' in Under Milk Wood (Canberra Rep, 2013), 'Demetrius' in A Midsummer Night's Dream (Centrepiece, 2013) and 'Reverend Hale' in The Crucible (Canberra Rep, 2015). Duncan has twice won the Canberra Area Theatre Award for best actor in a leading role in a play (in 2007, for the role of 'Richard Sherman' in The Seven Year Itch and in 2009, for the role of 'Dominic' in Latin! or Tobacco and Boys). He carries a PhD in Literature, Screen and Theatre Studies from ANU and worked as a lecturer and course convener in the University's English department. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Education at the University of Canberra.
Dr Duncan Driver