Chronology: 2000 - Present

2000 Dorthy in A Day In a Life aka Lilas d'automne (Canada: French title), Mercier Films.
2000 A reading as Ma in Ma! A Celebration of Margaret Murray, Western Gold Theatre Company. Director: Pam Hawthorn.
2000 Best National News Commentary - Radio Television News Directors Association.
Best Regional News Commentary - Radio Television News Directors Association.
2000 The Christmas Secret, television movie, CBS Productions. Director: Ian Barry.
2001 The launch of Performing Arts Lodge, Vancouver, a 111-unit retirement home for the performing arts industries. Coghill is co-founder with Jane Heyman.
2001 Portia Da Vinci in Da Vinci's Inquest, Season 4, episode 7, Shoulda Been a Priest, Barna-Alper Productions.
2001 Professor Ashford in Margaret Edson's Wit, Playhouse Theatre, Vancouver. Director: Glynis Leyshon. Joy Coghill with Seana McKenna in Wit
Joy with Seana McKenna
in Wit
2002 Receives Governor General's Performing Arts Award in Drama.
2002 Mrs. Ziff in television miniseries Living with the Dead aka Talking to Heaven, CBS Television. Director: Stephen Gyllenhaal.
2003 Portia Da Vinci in Da Vinci's Inquest, Season 5, episode 13, Everybody Needs a Working Girl, Barna-Alper Productions.
2003 Publication of Song of This Place by Joy Coghill, Playwrights Canada Press, Toronto, 2003.
2003 Mabel Stewart in Betrayed, a film about the Waterford water contamination scandal. Writer and Director: Anne Wheeler.
2004 New Production Song of This Place by Joy Coghill, Frederic Wood Theatre, Vancouver. Director: Robert More.
2005 Wins Vancouver Arts Awards, Performing Arts category.
2005 Wins Union of British Columia Performers John Juliani Award of Excellence.
2006 The Senior Leadership Award for Service to Education and Aging, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver.
2006 Completion date of Performing Arts Lodge, Vancouver. Coghill is Honorary President. She and her husband, John Thorne, became two of the first residents. Joy Coghill in Regarding Sarah
Joy in Regarding Sarah
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2007 The Leslie Yeo Award for Excellence in Volunteerism for 2007, by Actra Fraternal Benefit Society.
2008 Regarding Sarah by Michelle Porter and Amy Belling. Director: Michelle Porter. The movie was nominated for a Genie for Best Live Action Short Drama.
2010 Babe in Unless the Eye Catch Fire with Francois Houle, Vancouver Writers Festival, The Cultch, Vancouver. Director: David Gordon Duke . These performances will be repeated on CBC Radio and at Christ Church Cathedral.
2010 Emily Carr in An Interview between Douglas Coupland and Emily Carr by Douglas Coupland, prepared for The Vancouver Art Gallery.

NOTE: This chronology was begun in 2006 under the supervision of Professor C.D. Zimmerman at York University. It was researched by graduate students Denise Handlarski, Sean Kennedy and Akosua Oppong with additions by Joy Coghill and Susan McNicoll. If it was not for the generosity and determination of Cyndi Zimmerman and the thoroughness of her graduate students, this chronology would never have seen the light of day. Thank you.