Jeff Ho is a Toronto-based theatre artist, originally from Hong Kong. Favourite acting credits include: Hana’s Suitcase (Tour: Toronto/Montreal/Seattle/YPT); trace (Factory Theatre, NAC); Box 4901 (Buddies in Bad Times); Ophelia in Prince Hamlet (Why Not Theatre National Tour: Canadian Stage, PuSh Festival, National Arts Centre); Unknown Soldier (lemontree/Architect Theatre); Murderers Confess at Christmastime (OutsideTheMarch); Kim’s Convenience (CBC); The Handmaid’s Tale (Hulu); Orphan Black (BBC America).
As a playwright, his works include Iphigenia and the Furies (On Taurian Land), produced by Saga Collectif; Antigone: 方, produced by YPT; and trace, produced by Factory Theatre/b current performing arts/National Arts Centre. He has held residencies with the Stratford Festival, Nightswimming, Cahoots, the Banff Playwrights Lab, Factory Theatre and Tarragon Theatre. His works are published by Playwrights Canada Press.
Jeff is the Company Dramaturge with OutsideTheMarch. He is grateful to have been honoured with a Toronto Theatre Critics Award for Best New Canadian Play (Iphigenia); nominated for four Dora Awards, thrice for Performance (Box 4901, Prince Hamlet, Hana’s Suitcase) and once as a Playwright (Iphigenia); the Bulmash-Siegal Playwright Award (Tarragon Theatre); the Jon Kaplan Legacy Fund Award for a Young Canadian Playwright, and a Harold Award (House of Nadia Ross). He is a graduate of the National Theatre School of Canada.