Amanda is a performer and instructor. Credits include: Stratford Festival, touring Disney’s The Lion King and Hairspray, multiple productions with Drayton Entertainment, Port Hope Festival and Mirvish. She is a graduate of the National Ballet School Teacher Training Program and taught at Lois Laxton's Dance Studio. Amanda performed on Canadian Idol and is a member of Canadian Actors' Equity Association, ACTRA, The Royal Academy of Dance, & Performing Arts Educators of Canada.
Treasa is a Juno nominated musician. She has produced multiple albums and has toured festivals from Iqaluit to Dublin, including performances at Massey Hall, Montreal Jazz Fest, NXNE. She received her BFA from Ryerson. Treasa has taught across Ontario, including Tarragon Theatre, Theatre Direct, Learning Through the Arts, Sing from the Start.
Melissa Murray Mutch
Melissa is an actor and teaching artist from New York. She has worked with Manhattan Theater Club for more than 17 years as well as NYU's Dramatic Writing Dept. Theatre credits include: Lincoln Center, Hudson Theatreworks, Fire This Time Festival, New Perspectives Theater, Women’s Playwrights Festival, The New Ohio Theater, Shaker Bridge Theater. Film/T.V. credits include Law and Order: SVU, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Sesame Street. She is a member of CAE, AEA & SAGAFTRA.
Marilo Nuñez is a playwright /director/ performer/ instructor. She has worked with Toronto’s Nightwood Theatre, Factory Theatre, Theatre Centre, Tarragon Theatre, Cahoots theatre, Aluna Theatre, Why Not Theatre and was the founding Artistic Director of Alameda Theatre Company, a company dedicated to Latinx Canadian theatre artists. She was shortlisted for the KM Hunter Artist Award in Theatre, nominated for the Most Influential Hispanics in Canada, the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Spirit Awards.
Stacy is a performer, theatre creator and arts educator. As an actor, credits include with: Drayton Entertainment, Theatre Aquarius, Ships Company, Theatre New Brunswick, Theatre Neptune. She has multiple film and tv credits and was nominated for a Genie Awars for New Waterford Girl. Stacy has taught theatre extensively at theatre schools, programs and universities.
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