Trilby Jeeves

by Peter D Marshall

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Trilby Jeeves is an actor, instructor, and writer from Vancouver, Canada.

Trilby Jeeves was the first English student to be theatrically trained in her second language for 3 years at the notable “Le Conservatoire d’Art Dramatique” in Quebec City. She went on to perform and direct in both languages across Canada, eventually coming back to Vancouver.

As well as performing in over 40 plays, she worked for 20 years in the theatre and film industry as a set costumer working on T.V. series such as “Highlander”, Spielberg’s “Taken”, Paramount’s “Higher Ground”; feature films such as Disney’s “Angels In The EndZone” and “The Lizzie McGuire Movie”, Universal’s “Snow Falling On Cedars” and many more.

Trilby has taught classes in improvisation throughout the school system in British Columbia, and is currently teaching her own popular “Buffoonery Acting Workshop” across Canada and the USA. She also works for the Vancouver Film School as an actor for both the writing and directing departments. As a writer, Trilby is developing her own one-woman show called “Dusty Shoes” and blogs at www.trilbyjeeves.com.

With her partner, Peter D. Marshall, Trilby teaches a three day “Directing the Actor” workshop, heading to Singapore for the second time in 2010.

Trilby got involved with Internet Marketing and Social Media two years ago when she created her own website to promote her Buffoonery Workshops. As an artist she initially resisted the online format but quickly discovered how to use the Internet, and Social Media in particular, as an effective tool to help promote and grow her business. Along with partner Peter D. Marshall, she has found herself in demand as a Social Media coach for artists and entrepreneurs.

Stay in Touch with Trilby:

EMAIL: trilby@buffooneryworkshops.com
WEBSITE: http://www.buffooneryworkshops.com
TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/tjbuffoonery
BLOG: http://www.trilbyjeeves.com
LINKEDIN: http://www.linkedin.com/in/trilbyjeeves

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