Described as “Dorothy Parker meets Neil Labute”, Chloë Whitehorn is an award-winning playwright, actor, and underwater photographer. Born in California, Chloë's hippie-artist mother raised her in a world of circus artists, puppeteers and activists (she frequently attended protests in a stroller) until moving to Canada where she spent her days figure skating, writing short stories, and developing a love of acting. After writing her own one-woman show, Chloë shifted her focus from acting to writing for the theatre. A graduate of Queen's University's theatre program, Chloë’s work often examines taboo moralities and tragic love. Her plays have been performed across Canada, the United States, and the United Kingdom, and published in various collections, including "Divine Wrecks and Other Morally Questionable Tragedies".
On stage Chloë often portrays queens and goddesses (The Odyssey, Julius Caesar, The Balcony, The Woman in the Moon, Harmonia, Collide) or women driven insane (The Frank Diary of Anne, The Maids, Hamlet, The House of Yes, The Curious Savage). Ideally one day she'll get to combine those and play Lady M.