A graduate of Queen’s University’s (Kingston, Canada) Theatre Program, Chloë Whitehorn is a playwright, actor, and underwater photographer.
Her plays include LOVE, VIRTUALLY, DIVINE WRECKS, MOURNING AFTER THE NIGHT BEFORE, THE PIGEON, CLARISSA ON HER DEATHBED, DRESSING AMELIA, WALTZING WITH PUPPETS, THE DEEPEST TRENCH, and HOW TO NOT DIE HORRIBLY IN A FIRE.
NOTE FROM PLAYWRIGHT
My plays often examine taboo moralities, tragic love, and the licentious desires and imaginative reasoning of human beings.
LIST OF PLAYS
MOURNING AFTER THE NIGHT BEFORE
THE FRANK DIARY OF ANNE
CLARISSA ON HER DEATHBED
WALTZING WITH PUPPETS
Her plays can be found at the Playwright's Guild of Canada.
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|HOW TO NOT DIE HORRIBLY IN A FIRE - Claire||Chloë Whitehorn||
A woman who has just received a marriage proposal reflects on her mother’s advice and her past sex life.
|HOW TO NOT DIE HORRIBLY IN A FIRE (Extended Version)||Chloë Whitehorn||
A woman recounts her romantic history and views on relationships as she decides how to respond to a marriage proposal.
|MILF - Lucy||Chloë Whitehorn||
A mother ponders the benefits of being a MILF.