One of the most exciting production companies to come along in a long time.
Tell great stories. Impact lives. Change the world.
Holy Moly, have we been busy! We’ve been cooking up a storm of property activity in the short time we’ve been up and running, and while we’re not quite ready for a BIG REVEAL on any of our projects, we’ll have good news to share in the not too distant future, so stay tuned!
In the meantime, here’s a soupçon, an amuse bouche, if you will, to whet your appetite for the goodness to come.
We’ve partnered with one of Canada’s premier production companies and are in early development on a script that tells a riveting tale of fiction woven from fact.
Kids and Family
We’ve got not one, not two, but THREE properties in various stages of development with crème de la crème Canadian partner producers for preschool, tweens, teens and their families. One animation. Two live-action. All multi-directional.
COVID-19 may have kept theatres dark, but people’s love of live theatre still shines bright, as does our passion to tell stories for the stage. We’re working with a “retired” Stratford Festival director on a new piece that has us on the edge of our seat.
Purple Office Productions combines tradition with technology to tell great stories. We harness the intellect and imagination of talented artists to play with reality in dramatic and comedic turns for the sake of thoughtful investigation.
The past sets the standard, the future sets our course, but the present is where we play.
Cheryl is a former broadcast executive and experienced executive on the independent production side. Cheryl was COO and Executive Producer at DHX Media and served as Creative Head of Children’s and Youth Programming at CBC Television. She has also produced and directed three documentaries. Her first short film, Change You, won numerous film festival awards, including a Oaxaca Film Festival award. In A Cobweb, her first feature documentary, was picked up by CBC’s Documentary Channel. Cheryl has been an executive producer, producer, director and award-winning showrunner, shepherding a number of children’s series, documentary series and features, as well as live performances.
Stephanie is an experienced writer, editor and storyteller with more than 25 years of experience. She’s an award-winning
playwright, and others have won awards for words she has penned in their name. Stephanie earned a BA in Drama from Bishop’s University and an MA in Text and Performance Studies from King’s College, University of London in conjunction with the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. She is also the President of snedits inc., a boutique communications consulting company.
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