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Animacy Theatre Collective Artist - Alexandra Simpson

Alexandra Simpson

Alexandra Simpson is an interdisciplinary artist and activist with a background in devised theatre creation, mask (building and performance), dance and play-writing. She is the co-Artistic Leader of Animacy Theatre Collective, a Toronto-based company focused on the creation of original works that speak to social and environmental justice. Alexandra has a BFA in Performance Acting […]

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Animacy Theatre Collective Artist - Morgan Johnson.

Morgan Johnson

Morgan Johnson is an interdisciplinary artist and theatre creator who aims to use performance for social change. She holds a BFA in Acting from the University of Windsor during which time she also studied at the Moscow Art Theatre School and with the SITI company. She has a Masters in Environmental Studies from York University

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Rebecca Ballarin - Producer, Pest Me Pet Me

Rebecca Ballarin

Rebecca Ballarin is a theatre director and producer, currently based in Toronto. In addition to her training at U of T, she has completed directing workshops with a number of prominent Canadian directors including Kim Collier and Jackie Maxwell. Recent credits include: (Director) Hedwig and the Angry Inch, 7 Stories (Hart House Theatre), O (United

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Heather Marie Annis - Director, Pest Me Pet Me

Heather Marie Annis

Heather Marie Annis is a director, theatre-maker, playwright, actor, theatrical and therapeutic clown, Co-Artistic Director of U.N.I.T. Productions, and “Morro” of the Dora Award and Canadian Comedy Award winning clown duo Morro and Jasp.  She was part of the 2018 Directors Lab North and has directed numerous youth and community productions through Howland Academy and

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Kristin Freeland

Kristin Freeland is a graduate of the Ryerson Theatre School’s Performance Production Program. Recent credits include: Stage Manager for Blood & Soil (Theatre ARTaud), The Rage Against Trilogy: Inferno (Theatre ARTaud, Toronto Fringe Festival 2018), Grab Em By The Pussy (Theatre ARTaud), Professionally Ethnic (SummerWorks 2017), She Kills Monsters (Orphaned Egret), <<Blackouts>> & NOIR (Orphaned

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