Brad Cook

Brad Cook

Brad Cook trained in the MA Movement Studies program at the Central School of Speech and Drama as well as the BA Theatre Arts program at the University of Waterloo and now works as a performer and movement teacher.

His work in theatre includes puppetry for the original Canadian cast of War Horse for the National Theatre. Co-collaborator and performer in both Body 13 at The MT Space and Frankenstein’s Ghosts for InterArts Matrix and Concordia University. He has also performed in Pearl Gidley, Radio Leacock, and Twelfth Night for Lost & Found Theatre; The Adding Machine at Bradley University; The Importance of Being Earnest, Our Country’s Good, Our Town and Marat/Sade at the University of Waterloo. Film and TV includes My Babysitter’s A Vampire and Wilderness.

MT Space & IMPACT Theatre Festival
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MT Space Sponsors 2016-17