Barry Brodie is an accomplished writer, director, and actor. He teaches a course on the creative process at the University of Windsor, and is a principal of SHO Art, Spirit & Performance.
Brodie began writing in prep school where he wrote his first one-act play. In university he wrote and produced three musical comedies, and his MA thesis was a play about St. Theresa of Avila. From the mid- 1980s until 2004 he collaborated with Canadian poet-philosopher Kenneth G. Mills in adapting his lectures and poetry to the stage.