Mitch Miyagawa

Mitch Miyagawa is a native of Edmonton, Alberta. He currently lives in Whitehorse, Yukon Territory where he served a number of years ago as Playwright-in-Residence at the Nakai Theatre. He has worked as an educator and an environmental planner and has written stories in addition to plays. He is the co-owner of Up and Away Productions, an independent film company.


The Plum Tree

Toronto, Ont.: Playwrights Canada Press, 2004.

Publisher’s Synopsis (from the Playwrights Guild of Canada Website)

Family histories collide in this thoughtful and tender drama as a young Japanese-Canadian man and a German-Canadian widow struggle for ownership, justice and harmony in the country that belongs to all of us and, at times, none of us.


“The Plum Tree.” In Love + Relasianships: A Collection of Contemporary Asian-Canadian Drama. Volume 1, ed. Nina Lee Aquino. Toronto: Playwrights Canada Press, 2009, 237-279.
PS8309 .A75 L68 2009


Publisher Playwrights Canada Press

Production archive for Miyagawa’s “Carnaval” from the Gwaandak Theatre Adventures website (2007)

Playwrights Guild of Canada