Dr. Anne Graham is Associate Professor, jointly, in the Departments of Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures and Religious Studies at Memorial University. She is a specialist of early modern French theatre and religious theatre of the medieval and early modern periods. She has written numerous scholarly journal articles on early modern theatre and has undertaken the translation of an early modern play: Abraham sacrifiant, by Theodore de Bèze. She received a SSHRC Insight Development Grant to support this translation work and the workshopping of the play with a group of actors and a dramaturge, Dr. Jamie Skidmore, who was a co-applicant on this project. The workshopping took place over several weekends and culminated in a staged reading in February 2018 at a premiere theatre venue in St. John’s Newfoundland. Dr. Graham worked closely with both the dramaturge and the director, Ian Campbell, on this presentation and acquired practical theatre skills as a result. Dr. Graham’s translation will be published in an annotated edition by ACMRS Press. Dr. Graham is co-investigator on the FOCI research package, IWP4.3 Dramatizing Gender and Fisheries, of which Dr. Skidmore is principal investigator.