Paprika Festival 2018
(Artistic Producer)
May 14-20, 2018 | Aki Studio Theatre (585 Dundas E.) 
I'm Artistic Producer of Paprika - we provide free year-round mentorship and training to young and emerging artists. 
Tickets (on sale now) are $10 or PWYC for artists, youth, and underwaged.

Canadian Stage RBC Residency: "Directing in the Deep End" (Long Table Discussion)
Evening of May 26, 2018 | 26 Berkeley St.
A Long Table discussion about the sticky, scary, necessary parts of directing theatre. 
Guest directors and artists TBD. 

Safe Words Festival 2018: A Bear Awake in Winter (Reading)
June 1, 2018 | Tarragon Theatre (Workspace)
 1 of 4 finalists selected for a public reading.
2007. Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. A high school band class.
A boy bullies a girl. She takes matters into her own hands.

This is a dark, funny, and difficult story about the fight to stand up for yourself.
7 actors, 6 band instruments, 1 week in which the world goes sideways.

Toronto FringeHow To Be FEARLESS! (With Roxy Roberts) 
July 5-15, 2018 | Bell Tower Coffee (240 Avenue Road) 
Meet Roxy Roberts: motivational speaker/self-defence coach. She's professional. She's unorthodox. And she's here to HELP!
Get ready - this is Tony Robbins, meets your aunt who sends you terrifying chain-emails of safety tips, meets the 6-foot-tall girl who’s never been asked to dance. Roxy’s gonna change your life... whether you like it or not. 
This ruthless new comedy about teaching fear and courage comes from one of the artists behind past Toronto Fringe sell-outs: Andy Warhol Presents: Valerie, The Dinner Table, and Get Yourself Home Skyler James.

Nightwood Theatre's 2018 Groundswell Festival: Fool (Reading)
September 2018 | Ernest Balmer Studio, 9 Trinity St. 
Featuring readings from the Write From The Hip playwriting unit. 
This is the story of Jane the Fool, the only female jester in recorded English history. 
What happens when your dream job turns into a nightmare? What do you do when your mentor breaks your heart?
What use is a fool when the world’s on fire?

Canadian Music Theatre ProjectIn Real Life by Nick Green & Kevin Wong
October 12-14, 2018 | Sheridan College
A dystopian coming-of-age musical.