Wren started her diverse career in Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada (territory of the Kwanlin Dün & Ta'an Kwäch'än) where she was born and raised. A graduate from the University of Winnipeg’s Theatre & Film Honours Program, Wren is a playwright as well as an arts administrator and producer. Wren spent almost 13 years primarily based in Winnipeg on Treaty 1 territory, but as of July 2022 she is living and working in Scotland.
In her writing she is dedicated to creating characters that can be played by actors of any gender, ancestry, ability, and/or age. By writing characters like this she hopes to contribute to equity in the industry while exploring themes and questions important to a wide range of humanity. Since 2009 Wren has been consistently researching atrocities (particularly the Holocaust) both in academic settings and on her own time. This varied and in-depth research influences most of her plays as she firmly believes the more we understand how atrocities happen from all angles, the more likely we are to prevent them (for a partial list of sources that have been of influence over the years, click here!)
Wren is proud to be a member of the Playwrights Guild of Canada, the Manitoba Association of Playwrights, the Playwrights Atlantic Resource Centre, and Manitoba Theatre for Young People's The Sandbox.