Sheri Godda is a graduate of York University’s Dept of Theatre (BFA Acting 2013) and most recently a graduate of The Second City Conservatory (2016). Sheri is the other half of the improv comedy duo GoddaKuch. Since graduation, she has performed in multiple shows with indie theatre company Echo Productions. She is starring in a web series titled, “At Sea” which is to be released in 2017. You can also catch her in her first principle role in the “Murdoch Mysteries” season 10 finale. Sheri has been accepted into The Second City House Company Ensemble where she will perform every Friday at The Second City John Candy Box Theatre.
Andrew Cleveland, Photo: Phil Crozier Andrew Cleveland (BFA Spec. Hons. 2013) is a Toronto-based sewer, dresser, and costume designer. Born and raised in Orangeville, Ontario, Andrew has a background in Costume Design including a bachelor’s degree in P… View Article
Kelly Anderson (BA Hons Theatre Studies) graduated from York in 2015 with a specialization in Set and Costume Design, Devised Theatre, and Playwriting. Since then she has worked on twenty productions as a set, costume, lighting, and/or sound designer, and playwright. Highlights include costume design for Theatre By The Bay (Faust); a mixture of set, costume and lighting design for Theatre By Committee (Lion in the Streets, The Winter Play Project, Faith); sound design for theatre company Pearle Harbour Presents (Rebel Without A Cause, Canadian Content-ed, Pearle Harbour’s Sunday School); costume design for webseries pilot Jib & Jab (Kurt Ogilvie); and sound design and composition for Little Black Afro (Carbon: A Workshop Performance). Kelly’s debut play Family Debts was produced as part of Theatre By Committee’s inaugural Winter Play Project.
Rachel Kennedy Rachel Kennedy graduated from York University (BA Hons Devised theatre) in 2014. During her time at York, she also took 2-year courses in both Directing and Playwriting. In the summer after graduation, Rachel began volunteering for P… View Article
Tamara Bernier Evans Tamara Bernier Evans (BFA 1991) began her acting career at the Stratford Festival of Canada working in the young company before going on to perform lead roles in the main company. Since then, she has performed at Tarragon Theatre (… View Article
Jennifer Lennon graduated from York in 2009, and has worked since then as a Lighting Designer in theatre, dance, and opera. After graduation she kept learning as an Assistant Lighting Designer at the Stratford Festival for three seasons before moving over to the Shaw Festival for another three, which included designing The Twelve-Pound Look with director Lezlie Wade. As a freelance designer she has had the opportunity to work for larger companies such as Factory Theatre and Toronto Dance Theatre, as well as many vibrant indie companies and collectives.
Since Graduation, Kyle Morton (BFA 2014 Production/ Design) has taken a different path than he expected: he’s traveling around North America selling Entertainment technology to theatres, concert venues, theme parks, any cool companies that entertain people!” In his spare timehe works as a lighting designer, mostly working with a very exciting Urban Dance Company called Breakin’ Ground, with whom he has produced two shows, Urban Legend and Urban Myth.
Wesley McKenzie graduated from York University in 2014 with a BFA in Theatre Production. Since graduation, he has been designing light, sound and video for theatre and opera in Toronto. We catch up with him in this Spotlight on Alumni to get his take on his experience at York, and his advice for new students to York.