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User:Marc Desjardins

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Marc Desjardins, 52

Montreal, Quebec, Canada

writer, playwright, director and communication strategist

Languages, French and English

Doctor of theater, Columbia University

Graduate, National Theater School, Production, 1973

Editor of various magazines in Quebec between 1977 and 1985

Journalist, Ad writer, TV director and producer

Songwriter with more than 200 songs recorded

Record producer and multimedia creator

Director of own communication strategy company

Multiple interests in theater, film, modern music, interactive media, progressive politics and the role of the Web as a democratic knowledge tool



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