What a Way To Make a Living!

Toronto’s theatre scene is chock-a-block with amazing women who are a vital part of the arts scene.  Fabulous men abound in the arts as well and I am ever so grateful to them. Buuuuuuut, since I love taking any opportunity to shine a light on intelligent and successful women, I’m using this space to profile the diverse and remarkable women in the Toronto theatre community.  Sorry men! You’re great, I swear!

 

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    Neema Bickersteth

    Nightwood Theatre’s festival of new work is back! This year the New Groundswell Festival

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    Jajube Mandiela

    Jajube Mandiela is the Co-Artistic Director of b-current, an independent theatre company in Toronto

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    Peggy Coffey

    Russia has been in the headlines quite a bit lately – and for mostly unsavoury stuff. But

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    Naomi Wright

    The Bloomsbury Collective is a group of female artists who are passionate about creating art. And

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    Carly Chamberlain

    Carly Chamberlain (a.k.a. Jack-of-all-Theatre-Trades) is taking on yet another role withNeoteny

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    Samantha Serles

    Samantha Serles works at Theatre Passe Muraille and has a uniquely fabulous job in theatre scene.

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    Denyse Karn

    If you’ve ever worked in Theatre in Toronto, chances are you know Denyse Karn. With almost 3

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    Megan Mooney

    1. Where do you work/what do you do? Can you sum it up in 3 sentences or less? I am the Founding

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    Monica Dotter

    Whether you identify with male or female, the common notion of “having it all” is

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    Tina Rasmussen

    Currently the Director of Performing Arts at Harbourfront Centre, where she’s busy(!) using

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    Rupal Shah

    Rupal Shah has her fingers in a lot of theatrical pots. She’s a producer at two theatre

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    Kelly Read

    The latest lady of the arts is Kelly Read,  part of the can-do dream team atSoulpepper. Kelly is

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    Ashley Ballantyne

    Ashley Ballantyne is not only the hard-working, enthusiastic Associate Director of Communications

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    Aislinn Rose

    If you haven’t heard of Aislinn Rose, you soon will.  Whether she’s devoting her time

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    Lynda Hill

    If you think you understand what Theatre for Young Audiences (TYA) is all about, I can assure you

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    Lauren Gillett

    Lauren Gillett is a drama queen (her words!) and  fab conversationalist. She’s a lady who

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    Kelly Cameron

    If you’re on twitter, (and if you’re not, you’re late to the party), you know

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    Heather McDonald

    Heather McDonald is a theatre guru,  fundraising aficianado and lover of all things Scottish. She

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