Jenny Montgomery did the English translation of the new version of Robert Lepage’s Needles and Opium. She also did the English translation for The Library at Night, a virtual-reality project by Alberto Manguel and Robert Lepage.
Her translation clients include the National Film Board of Canada (Roxham), Ex Machina, Le Diamant, L’Artère, Photo Life magazine, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, Université du Québec à Montréal, and other artistic companies and individual artists (theatre, dance and photography).
She has written four plays: Déraciné, created from interviews with immigrants and Québécois; When All Other Lights Go Out, created from interviews conducted with twenty Chicagoland survivors of seven different genocides; Stain, an adaptation of Euripides’ The Children of Herakles interwoven with text from interviews with refugees from Darfur; and Raining Season, created from interviews with five survivors of three genocides.
Her article “Living in the In-Between” was published in alt.theatre: cultural diversity and the stage. She is the deputy editor of and a regular writer for Photo Life magazine.