Kenneth Brown (playwright)

Kenneth Brown is a playwright, actor, director and producer (born 20 January 1954) who has been active in theatre since 1971.[1][2] He is an author or co-author of the following plays:

  • Bombs!
  • Letters in Wartime[3][4][5]
  • Life After Hockey (1985) [6] (There is also a film version[7][8])
  • My Father's House
  • Nightlight
  • North of America (There is a German radio play version of this, called Nach Manitoba which was translated by Werner Richter for Westdeutscher Rundfunk and went on air for the first time in 1993)
  • Sparks
  • The Adventures of Joseph Andrews (1998) [9]
  • The Bridge
  • 2 Balance (2000)
  • Be A Man (with Ribbit Productions, 2001)
  • Lewis Lapham Live
  • Spiral Dive Trilogy (2008)
  • Cowboy Gothic (2011)
  • The Gambling Show (with Ribbit Productions, 2010)


  1. Grant MacEwan College
  2. Playwrights guild
  3. Playwrights Canada Press
  4. TheatreBooks
  6. Jam Showbiz "Life After Hockey became one of the definitive Fringe hits of all time. The only play ever to be featured on Hockey Night in Canada, Life After Hockey has been running for 21 years all over the country and been presented in several languages in Europe."
  7. National Film Board of Canada
  8. IMDB: Life After Hockey
  9. The Fringe of Toronto Theatre Festival 2004
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