Patrick Maubert, a native to Fredericton, New Brunswick, has a Master’s Degree in Musical Theatre Creative Practice – Directing from ArtsEd: City, University of London where Andrew Lloyd Webber is Patron and Mentor. He Studied Musical Theatre Performance at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy of New York City.
As a performer, Maubert has been a member of the 12 Tenors, touring internationally for seven years. He has worked with such companies as Musicals Tonight Off-Broadway, Toronto Centre for the Arts, Tokyo Disneyland, Canada’s Wonderland, South Holland Centre UK, Halifax Fringe Festival, Eastern Front Theatre, Neptune Theatre Chrysalis Project and Theatre New Brunswick.
Patrick is the former staging director of the acclaimed London Gay Men’s Chorus and was the Associate Artistic Director of Toronto’s No Strings Theatre and London’s A Friend of a Friend Productions where he directed such shows as: Little Women, The Drowsy Chaperone, Little Shop of Horrors and the world premiere of Liam: the musical.
He currently is a private singing, speech arts & drama teacher and has taught at such institutions as Stagecoach Academy, Neptune Theatre School, No Strings Theatre School, Northwood, YouthNet, Tring Park Academy and Theatre New Brunswick Theatre School.
He has adjudicated music and drama festivals across Canada. Patrick Maubert strives to create a cultural landscape that is compassionate, welcoming and accessible for all.