June 8th (Thurs) 21:30 - 22:30
June 10th (Sat) 17:00 - 18:00
June 12th (Mon) 19:15 - 20:15
June 15th (Thurs) 18:00 - 19:00
June 16th (Fri) 20:30 - 21:30
June 17th (Sat) 16:15 - 17:15
57 rue Prince-Arthur East
Montréal, QC H2X 1B4
Actor Film, voice and Stage/Filmmaker/Teacher
Miranda Handford began her acting career 2000 after graduating from the National Theatre School of Canada.
Highlights of her work include CTV's Tripping the Wire for which she received a Gemini nomination in 2005, a starring role in IFC series The Festival; and the lead in Sarah Galea-Davis' Can You Wave Bye-Bye, which won "Best Canadian Short" at CFC's Worldwide Short Film Festival. She’s also guest starred in CTV's Flashpoint, Muse's Durham County, ABC's Identity, IFC's Bullet in the Face, and Helix for Syfy. Her film credits include The Flare directed by Francesco Gianni, Upside down by Juan Diego Solanas, and Wicker Park by Paul McGuigan .
She recently graduated from Film Production the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema at Concordia University, where she directed several short films. She’s in post-porduction now on her latest short film, Carry.
Throughout her career, theatre has remained an important part of her creative expression. Her credits include Rabbit Hole with the Ad Hoc Theatre Collective, Hippies And Bolsheviks with Girl Got Lost Productions, Women Of Manhattan with Freestanding Productions, and Camera, Woman with Out Productions / Sin 4. She is currently directing “Robin Hood: The Great Escape” by Andrea Boyd and Laura Teasdale at Royal Vale High School in Montreal.
Laura Greenberg is a professional bassist from Ottawa, Canada and tours internationally. She has performed in 15 countries, as well as opened for George Thorogood, Johnny Winter, & Jimmie Vaughan. Laura has also had the opportunity to get on stage with artists such as Buddy Guy, and Chad Smith of the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Laura was featured in the June 2021 edition of Bass Player Magazine. As a studio musician, Laura has played on albums nominated for various awards including JUNO, Maple Blues, and Folk Music awards. Laura has been playing music for 20 years, and she studied music at Carleton University, where she was awarded the university medal for music. Laura is a two time winner of the Maple Blues Award for bassist of the year, an award sponsored by Traynor Amps, which honours blues musicians from across Canada. She is also a contributor for Bass Musician Magazine. Laura proudly endorses Eden Bass Amplification, GHS Strings, and Westone Audio.
Movement Choreographer, Kerwin Barrington is a Montreal dance artist with a passion for exploring new ways of understanding the body in movement. For over 15 years she has been facilitating dance experiences with the goal of fostering intuitive knowledge. Kerwin is a candidate to be certified to teach the Axis Syllabus and has been allied with its International Research Network (ASRM) since 2014. Currently, she is working on a Master's degree in dance at UQAM, looking at the expression To Learning by Heart by studying possible relationships between the heart and embodied learning through dance.
Jasmin Bataille (they/them) is a young talent in local and remote session and live drumming based in Montreal city.
With 17 years of experience, they studied at Saint-Laurent college of music, one of the most reputed jazz school in the world. They also have a certificate in musicianship from Berklee College of Music online, making them a well-rounded and professional musician.
They're also run live, front-of-house sound-engineer 3 nights a week at La Brassée, a central grassroot venue in the heart of the vibrant Rosemont Petite-Patrie neighborhood.
Jasmin also dabbles in content creation, filmmaking and scriptwriting, after recently graduating from the Cinema program at Collège de Rosemont
Kathy is the photographer and designer behind the title photo for our Production. She is also our Props Designer and Chief of Acquisitions.This is Kathy's first time as an Actress in Fringe.
Valeriu is a part-time Photographer and Videographer, and full-time Tech wizard. He presents himself as an actor for the first time in our Production.
Allegra’s stage domain is the courtroom, but for this performance she reaches into deeper creative spaces, drawing on her love of music, storytelling, and dance.
Since graduating from theatre school Edna has been featured in various projects, specifically as lead actress in “café dreams”. She also writes poetry and is currently working on her very own piece. P.S. she makes a mean cup of coffee.
Dawson is an actor and singer from Montreal, Canada and an alumnus of the Professional Theatre Program at Dawson College who has the passion to help tell stories and encourage imagination in the audience. His theatre credits include Ross in Macbeth, Chorus member in The Oresteia and Joseph K. and Guard in The Trial.
Bronwyn’s love for performing and art has helped them pursue a political science degree at Concordia University, her passion for knowledge and music drew her to performance as an outlet for political expression.
Ingrid started their artistic career at the age of 4 with her passion for dance, and has continued to dance and participated in competitions across Canada, bringing her to Concordia University studying visual arts.