4 Questions: Michael Devine

Michael Devine (BA Glendon College 1979, MFA Performance 1988) is a theatre director who has worked outside Canada since 1996, in more than 20 countries at national theatres, alternative theatres and as a guest artist at international theatre festivals. His work is primarily site-specific, and uses the actor training and performance creation methodology he developed in 2004, called BoxWhatBox. BWB has travelled to more than twenty-five countries on five continents.

4 Questions: Sue Edworthy

Sue Edworthy has worked in the non-profit performing arts for nearly twenty years in theatre, dance and opera organizations such as Luminato, Opera Atelier, and Theatre Passe Muraille. She is a 2010 Harold Award recipient and recipient of the CharPR Prize for best publicity 2012 and 2013, and the 2015 recipient of the Leonard McHardy and John Harvey Award for Arts Leadership.

4 Questions: nisha ahuja

In this article Co-Founder and Director of Soma Integrative Wellness, nisha ahuja, shares the connection in her work as an Ayurvedic Medicine and Registered Naturotherapy Practitioner, with her theatre career that included being an actor with the National Arts Centre Resident Acting Company, a published playwright, a physical theatre creator, and educator having performed and created classical, contemporary, and original work and facilitated trainings across Canada, the USA, the Netherlands, and India. Her plays include Yoga Cannibal, Un-Settling (Canadian Theatre Review, January 2016), and Cycle of a Sari (excerpt in Refractions: Solo, Playwright Canada Press, 2014), and 30 People Watching co-written with Amelia Sargisson (ReView: an anthology of plays committed to social justice, Autumn 2016).

4 Questions: Andrew Gaboury

Andrew Gaboury works as an artist, educator and artistic director and is based in Port Credit, Ontario. His work includes devised theatre, durational performance, physical improvisation, and clown. He is one of four co-Artistic Directors of hub14 art & performance works, a studio and artist residency in Toronto. He is also the Director of a field of crowns, a performance-based company with an interest in collaboration and community arts. In September 2018, he joined nine other students students in North America’s first Therapeutic Clowning Certificate program at George Brown College

4 Questions: Gillian Gallow

GIllian Gallow (BFA Theatre: Production & Design 2004) is a Toronto-based Set and Costume designer for theatre and opera. SHe has designed at theatres across Canada, including Shaw Festival, Stratford Festival, Citadel, Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre, Theatre Calgary, National Arts Centre, COC and Soulpepper. In 2018, she was awarded The Virginia and Myrtle Cooper Award for Costume Design.