Duncan McIntosh is founding artistic director of The Watermark Theatre of North Rustico, PEI. He has previously been artistic director of The Charlottetown Festival, The Citadel Theatre, Edmonton, Theatre Plus, Toronto, and associate artistic director of the Shaw Festival where he founded the Academy of the Shaw Festival.
Duncan directed the re-dedication Ceremonies of Canada’s War Monument in Vimy, the celebrations for the 400th anniversary of the first French Settlements in North America, and the largest book reading in the world for the Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling before a stadium of 35,000 children and broadcast to 22 countries.
At The Watermark, Duncan has directed Lion In Winter, The Wind in the Willows, The Importance of Being Earnest, Private Lives, Maud of Cavendish, Johnny Belinda, Billy Bishop Goes to War, Tons of Money, Pygmalion, Our Town, Rondelay, and The Shore Field. He has adapted The Wind in the Willows, A Doll's House, Sense & Sensibility, Rondelay, The Shore Field.