Chloe Whitehorn


A graduate of Queen’s University’s (Kingston, Canada) theatre program, Chloë Whitehorn is a playwright, actor, and underwater photographer. Chloe’s plays have been produced across Canada and in San Francisco, Charlotte and Chicago, including “Love, Virtually” (Best of Fringe, Toronto), “Divine Wrecks”, “The Frank Diary of Anne”, “Mourning After the Night Before”, “The Deepest Trench”, “How to Not Die Horribly in a Fire”, “Clarissa on her Deathbed”, “The Pigeon”, “Dressing Amelia”, “Voyeur Seeking Audience” and “Wasting Time”. Her plays often examine taboo moralities, tragic love, and the licentious desires and imaginative reasoning of human beings. Her work has been published in two monologue collections (City Voices: Book of Monologues by Toronto Artists and One on One: Playing With Purpose). For more information please visit her webpage: