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|Born||Morris Stephen Panych
1952 (age 63–64)
|Occupation||Playwright, Director, Actor|
|Notable works||7 Stories, Vigil, The Dishwashers, Lawrence & Holloman, Girl in the Goldfish Bowl|
Panych was born in Calgary and grew up in Edmonton, Alberta. He studied at Northern Alberta Institute of Technology, and the University of British Columbia. His plays include Girl in the Goldfish Bowl (2003); Vigil (adapted for the British stage as Auntie and Me); Lawrence & Holloman; The Ends of the Earth; Earshot; 7 Stories; Dishwashers; Still Laughing: Three Adaptations by Morris Panych (2009), Panych's adaptations of The Government Inspector by Nikolai Gogol, Hotel Peccadillo by Georges Feydeau and Mauric Desvallières, and The Amorous Adventures of Anatol by Arthur Schnitzler; The Trespassers (2010); Gordon (2011); In Absentia (2012); The Shoplifters (2014); Sextet (2014) and The Waiting Room (2015).
He won the 2004 Governor General's Award for Drama for Girl in the Goldfish Bowl, and the 1994 Governor General's Award for Drama for The Ends of the Earth.
He has directed nearly one hundred theatre and opera productions, including most of his own works, and the Prix Italia nominated The Overcoat, plus several music videos and Da Vinci's Inquest.
- "Morris Panych and John Mann's The Waiting Room a labour of love". The Georgia Straight, October 7, 2015.
- Thomas, Colin (February 17, 2005), "Morris Panych Pens an Homage to Work", The Georgia Straight, retrieved 2007-11-14
- Morris Panych at the Internet Movie Database
- Canadian Theatre Encyclopedia entry
-  kenandmorris.com website for Morris Panych and Ken MacDonald
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