Laurel Green (she/her) is an artist, creative producer, and interdisciplinary collaborator whose work is deeply engaged with process, exploring methodologies for creation, and strategies for shared leadership. She is a nationally-recognized dramaturg with a decade of practice in the creation, development, and production of new performance work. From the world premiere of over a dozen plays, to performance installations, gameful experiences, digital projects, and secret backyard shows; Laurel designs invitations to participate and provocations for change. 

An experienced artistic leader, Laurel was the Festival Producer for One Yellow Rabbit’s High Performance Rodeo, Dramaturg and Artistic Associate for new play development at Alberta Theatre Projects. With a Masters degree from the University of Toronto, she is an alumni of the Cultural Leadership program at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity. As an industry leader and community activator, Laurel was named to Avenue Magazine Calgary’s Top 40 Under 40

Laurel has an active freelance practice wherein she plans, facilitates, and produces arts and culture gatherings with intention and care. Most recently, she produced the Arts Champions Summit for Victoria's Capital Regional District (CRD). She is currently the Digital Partnerships Producer for The Cultch

She is also a performance researcher with the University of Victoria, sings with The Choir YYJ and is a Meadow Maker

As a Canadian and Australian citizen,  Laurel is a descendant of British settlers and currently lives as an uninvited guest on the traditional territories of the lək̓ʷəŋən-speaking peoples, now known as the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations (colonially known as Victoria, BC). Her work intersects with communities, neighbourhoods, and landscapes across Turtle Island that occupy the traditional and unceded territories of many Indigenous peoples