Michael Rubinoff

Michael Rubinoff earned a B.A. in political science and an LL.B. (Valedictorian) from the University of Western Ontario. Prior to being called to the Ontario Bar in 2002, he launched M. Rubinoff Productions Inc., a commercial theatre company producing mid-sized theatre in the City of Toronto.

Recent credits include the Canadian premieres of the Off-Broadway plays Love, Loss, and What I Wore, co-written by Nora Ephron and starring twenty one of Canada’s most notable actresses and Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead, which starred Canada’s most notable young actors.  His productions have earned one Dora Mavor Moore Award for excellence in Toronto theatre and six nominations.

Having a life long passion for education and the arts he left the day-to-day practice of law to take up the appointment of Associate Dean of Visual and Performing Arts in the Faculty of Animation, Arts and Design at Sheridan College.

As a producer he continues to develop new works. As a lawyer he practiced commercial real estate law and entertainment law, with a focus on live theatre.