Sean Baek (BA Theatre 1997) has worked as an actor for over twenty years, in theatre, film, TV, and voice nationally and internationally. He can currently be seen on a science fiction TV show called KILLJOYS on Space Channel (Canada) and on SYFY (U.S.), playing a recurring character named Fancy Lee.
50 years of Disruption
Diane Roberts is the founder of the Arrivals Legacy Project, a unique tool for developing multi-media and theatrical works that expose questions of shifting identity during transmigration, and has been the lead workshop facilitator for the past thirteen years.
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.
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).
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
Richard Lee (BFA Acting 2000) is a Toronto-based actor, fight director, sound designer, educator, and theatre maker.
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.
Jim Millan has a long series of innovative creations in theatre, comedy, magic and variety that has taken him from Canada to the West End to Radio City Music Hall, Las Vegas, Broadway and beyond. He has directed comedy, dramas, spectacles, magic and musicals on 5 continents in 35 countries in 17 languages and premiered over 170 new works in his career seen by tens of millions of people