Gordon Portman has worked as an actor, playwright/librettist, dramaturge, teacher, producer, and director in theatres, rehearsal halls and classrooms from Victoria to Halifax. As a director/dramaturge for the first productions of new plays, recent work in Saskatoon includes the SATA-nominated Monday Night by Todd Devonshire, and Where It Hurts by Wendy Lockman. He has also worked as a dramaturge for Ay Caramba! Theatre, most recently on the sold-out Fringe success The Newcomer. Other directing credits in Saskatoon include the SATA-nominated Grounded, presented at Live Five in 2015. His award-winning work as a playwright has been featured at The Blyth Festival and Port Hope Festival Theatre in Ontario; at Fringe Festivals in Winnipeg and Edmonton; and in Saskatoon, where Live Five and Pegasus Productions will stage the world premiere of his latest full-length play, After Sundown, in February of 2022. As an actor, he has been seen in productions at Persephone Theatre, Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan, Theatre Naught, and YXE Shakespeare Lab.