Kelly Robinson is a Director, Dramaturge and Choreographer whose career spans theatre, opera, television and film. His work as a director and choreographer has been seen at Mirvish Productions in Toronto, the National Arts Centre, CanStage, the Stratford and Shaw Festivals in Canada, the Palace Theatre in New York, the Eugene O’Neill Theatre Centre, Plymouth Theatre Royal, and London’s West End in the United Kingdom. His work with opera includes the companies of Vancouver, Portland, Calgary, Dallas, Arizona, Québec City, Utah, and Minnesota with critically acclaimed productions from Die Zauberflöte, La Bohème, La Belle Helene, Les Pêcheurs De Pérles and Eugene Onegin to Britten’s The Turn Of The Screw and La Cenerentola. He was the Artistic and Executive Director of Theatre Arts at The Banff Centre, Canada’s Centre for Arts and Creativity for 6 years, where he had extensive experience in commissioning, contracting and developing new works. He co-founded a summer training program for Young Artists in Fontainebleau France and is also Director of New Work Development for Toronto’s Mirvish Productions acting as a Creative Producer and Director for new work destined for production in Mirvish Theatres. As a dramaturge and director he is currently developing Fly High, Milena and The Lost Song.