In January 2014, CJ worked as the assistant director to Stephen Atkins on a university production of Witness for the Prosecution by Agatha Christie.
Our mother is out there somewhere, far off in the desert talking with Jesus. She tells him that she loves him but he cannot be with her…
EXXIIT Productions presented a dynamic adaptation of Pride & Prejudice by Jane Austen this past November.
With her foray as an artistic producer and dramaturge, CJ experienced a great success at the Vancouver Fringe Festival this past September.
In a recent interview with publicist Adrienne Pender, CJ McGillivray talks about her artistic experience, struggles and where she finds her inspiration as a playwright.
Vancouver’s recent indie production of Julius Caesar was a deathly riot with CJ McGillivray portraying the fiercely devoted and emotionally damaged Portia.
After a tragic death in the family, a dysfunctional quartet of friends come together for an endless night of indulgence and amusement.
Just because someone can make your heart spasm and seize up in pain, doesn’t make them your soulmate. We don’t have some tragic romance.
The most important thing about this program is that it really encourages and teaches young people how to take control and develop a really positive relationship with their own creativity.