Jeremy Michael Segal


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  • ISEA2020

    Jeremy Michael Segal is a theatre and new media artist from Montréal, Canada, with degrees in Acting (Dawson College) and Computation Arts (Concordia University). His practice ranges from multimedia theatre to interactive installations. He is co-Artistic Director of Youtheatre—a 50-year-old company producing innovative work for young audiences—and co-Founder/Artistic Director of experimental theatre company Title 66 Productions. Jeremy’s video installation Molecular Futures was nominated for a 2018 International Lumen Prize, and his work as a theatre director has been presented within the scope of the Fantasia International Film Festival, SQET’s 2019 international theatre conference, and Printemps Numérique. In 2016 and 2017, Jeremy participated in the Watermill Center’s International Summer Program, led by renowned theatre director Robert Wilson. He later performed in Wilson’s rendition of Turandot at the Canadian Opera Company in Fall 2019.


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  • Montréal, Québec, Canada


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