Dorian Shine started acting since the age of 18 at university productions. Dorian Shine has appeared in several film and theatre productions. You may have seen him in Gilgamesh, The Storm and Crucify, to name just a few. Dorian’s ability to bring fragility and depth to the charters has been recognized by the Belgrade International Theatre Festival with the Don Quixote award. Dorian Shine studied acting at High Dramatic Art Institute, graduating with a BA in Theatre. A native of North Africa (mettis) mastering French, Spanish & Arabic, Dorian now lives in Toronto.
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Directors: J. Arcane, Paul Erskine
Writer: J. Arcane
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Writer: Keiron Hollett
Dorian Shine as Jean Genet
With Dorian Shine
Dorian Shine as Jean Genet
Acting Jean Genet
Tactics - Sept 2022
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Clay Fragments - Gilgamesh Gilgamesh
Based on myths and epics of Gilgamesh. The play relates the adventures of Gilgamesh after rejecting Ishtar and facing the death of his brother Enkidu.
Director & writer: Dorian Shine
Festivals : International Belgrade Theatre Festival 2013 - National Moroccan Theatre Festival 2013 - International Casablanca Theatre Journeys 2014
Midsummer Night's Dream Francis Flute / Thisbe
Moroccan adaptation of the Shakespearian comedy portraying the events surrounding the marriage of Theseus to Hippolyta.
Directors & writer: Messoud Bouhcine
Festivals : The Mediterranean Theatre Festival of Tangier 2011
"Remember this name! Dorian Shine is a figurehead of the new generation of theatre. But he doesn't know it yet. He goes on stage, so he exists."
Asmaa Chaidi - Actuel Magazine
"Looking at the character Gilgamesh played by Dorian Shine, there was so much to see, so much to learn, that was remarkable."
Ben Azouna - Publilabo
"...more than half an hour of warm applause. Among the figures who watched the show were the Ambassadors of Morocco & Tunisia. "
"The president of the festival committee expressed his admiration for the wonderful performance the actor Dorian Shine gave as Gilgamesh, stressing the importance of plays with subjects of a of human nature that exceeds the language barrier."
Layla Mattar - HourNews.Net