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Ella (she/her) is a performing artist working and creating on the unceded territories of the Esquimalt and Songhees Nations. Ella's goal as an artist is to promote social change through creating, performing, and teaching
She completed three years of intensive conservatory style Training at the Canadian College of Performing Arts, specializing in acting, singing, and movement.
Recently, Ella has been lucky to work with several theatre companies in westerN CANADA including Kaleidoscope Theatre for Young people, peach street productions, puente theatre, and Carousel theatre for young people.
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Emily is a performing artist and creator/choreographer. She was raised on the unceded territory of the Syilx/Okanagan people.
She is a graduate of the Canadian College of Performing Arts where she completed three years of dance, acting, movement and vocal training.
Emily’s focus as an artist as well as a creator is to show audiences that art can not only be beautiful but can have lessons and leave us with a further understanding about people's experiences other than our own.
Apart from performing, Emily enjoys playing with different ways of choreographing with various styles and hopes to eventually establish her own style. Her one goal as a young choreographer is to always have a clear reason for every movement so that story drives the dancers.
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Sammy Forest is a performing artist and creator born and raised on the unceded territory of the T’Sou-ke Nation.
He is a graduate of the Canadian College of Performing Arts where he studied in a multidisciplinary intensive program, honing skills in acting, singing, and movement.
Sammy aspires to contribute to meaningful stories that are relevant to current events and encourage people to consider their impact on society as individuals. He aims to always bring authenticity, generosity, and fun to every piece he is in, physically and collaboratively.
When he’s not performing, Sammy enjoys bingeing shows on Netflix, jotting down ideas on his notes app and bussing everywhere because he doesn’t have his driver's license and prefers daydreaming with his headphones in.
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Danica is a proud queer and nuu-chah-nulth performer and 2021 ccpa grad LIVING AND WORKING IN SO-CALLED VICTORIA.
danica is passionate about creating and participating in work through a decolonial, queer friendly, and fat neutral lens.
since finishing their studies, danica has worked locally with companies such as kaleidoscope theatre for young people, the greater victoria shakespeare festival, and peach street productions.
she is looking forward to playing miskozi in the frank theatre's production of white girls in moccasins from june 16-19.
Originally from the Cowichan Valley, Alison discovered a love for performing at an early age. She spent many years performing in community theatre shows across Vancouver Island, before pursuing professional training at the Canadian College of Performing Arts. Alison was a member of CCPA’s 2021-2022 Studio Ensemble and graduated from the program this past February. Past credits include: Penelope Pennywise (Urinetown), Emma (The Quest), Brenda (Hairspray), and The Narrator (Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat).
Tiffany is a graduate of the Canadian College of Performing Art’s 2022 Studio Ensemble. She is a voice actor, musical theatre performer, writer, and an enthusiast of devised theatre. Tiffany recently performed in the cabaret Pandemonium: Master in Pieces (Atomic Vaudeville), and was Associate Sound Designer for Shrek the Musical at CCPA. Growing up in small town Alberta, Tiffany learned to play piano, violin, guitar and train horses. Now she's an emerging artist with a passion for original work and collaboration.
Bromley B is the non-binary premiere broadway drag thing on the local scene. Born when someone attempted to make a diamond following a 5-minute craft tutorial they now live under the House of Dubet. Here to bring the ooky, kooky, and straight-up silly, you can find them on Instagram @bromleywithab or performing at local venues across the city.
photo courtesy of @lubckenkophoto
Mackenzie Langdon is a singer, actor, and composer from Ottawa, Ontario. She is a recent graduate of the Canadian College of Performing Arts (CCPA)’s Studio Ensemble program where she had the privilege of portraying characters such as Satan in The Last Days of Judas Iscariot and Sammy in The Quest. Pre-CCPA Mackenzie studied a range of vocal music styles and is thrilled to bring one of her favourites, barbershop, to the stage with her amazingly talented friends.
Zoë grew up on the Sunshine Coast BC, and has been taking dance lessons since they were about 4 years old. Stand-up is a new outlet of performing in their life, but they’ve always enjoyed humor and making people laugh. Over last couple of years Zoë’s been particularly enjoying stand-up comedy, on drag-race and on netflix, and is excited to be taking a go at it themselves.
Elizabeth Fehr is a performing artist creating on the unceded territories of the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations. After her graduation from the Canadian College of Performing Arts (2021), she has been creating numerous written works, which she hopes to showcase in the future. She is also currently singing in a vocal ensemble. Elizabeth is passionate about shining light on issues in our society, and hopes that her past, present, and future works open audience’s eyes to what is ignored or unnoticed.
Khushi Harmilapi is a local Indian fusion performer, has immense passion for creativity, culture and building community. She has been performing and conveying stories through movement for the past 5 years. She is from Mumbai, India, where she grew up training in Indian classical dance, studied hip hop, jazz and heels at the World Dance School, as well as trained at The Yoga Institute, Mumbai. She moved to Victoria 2 years ago, where she has continued growing as a creator, performer and dancer, as well as branching out into musical comedy. Her dream in life is to express herself through art. To her the journey is exciting and the characters she represents are her lense into this journey.
Heather Watt is a musical theatre performer/playwright from Ottawa Ontario. Recently, she graduated from the Studio Ensemble program at the Canadian College of Performing Arts. Some of her favourite credits include Hope Cladwell (Urinetown), Taylor (The Quest), Penelope Pennywise (Urinetown), and Drowsy (The Drowsy Chaperone). When Heather isn’t onstage, you can find her practicing Irish Dance, or devising new works. She would like to thank her friends, family, and mentors for their endless support and encouragement throughout her artistic journey.
Emma Sainte-Marie is a performer, writer and artist. In 2021, Emma graduated from the Canadian College of Performing Arts with a Performing Arts Diploma, and she is currently working on a Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Music Studies with Berklee College of Music Online. Emma has a musical theatre background, predominantly focusing on music. She is a singer-songwriter under the name Sainte and began releasing music in the Fall of 2021. Creating and sharing art of many forms is Emma’s passion.
Loreto is a Chilean actor and professional napper. In Chile she worked mostly in Theatre for children and commercials. Here she has been lucky enough to work with Atomic Vaudeville, Puente Theatre, Theatre Skam and Story Theatre. Loreto likes to sound, costume and props building and moving. Thanks to EST she will have her first solo show, which is a mix of chilean music+myths and audience participation. Hopefully people are willing to play her because she's excited (and anxious).
Cinder is a Lekwungen territory based performance artist, with an affinity for singing, dancing, go-go, burlesque and drag. From their rock, pop, and R&B vocals, to their jazz, hip-hop, and contemporary dance styles, you will be sure to experience it all wrapped up in a sexy, seductive and mischievous package… in thigh-high stilettos to boot, darling! Cinder Can’t stop, won’t stop, and they’ll seal it with a deathdrop! Be sure to catch Cinder in their human form -- AKA Keith MacMillan – in Blue Bridge Theatre’s production of Ride The Cyclone as Ricky Potts this summer, and follow them on Instagram @keithmacmillan97
Rayn is a Kwakwaka’wakw artist who comes from Vancouver Island, and is currently studying in Toronto. Incorporating his wild, wicked, and supernatural Indigenous worldview and stories, Rayn brings to life his culture through the world of contemporary dance. Often known for the compelling lessons in his choreography, Rayn takes his biggest inspiration from the matriarchs, leaders, and ancestors in his community to the stage with the cunning, dramatic way of being his people have expressed themselves with for millennia.
ghost of judith
Representing what goes bump in the night- This Queerdo is here to shake things up, be gay, and do crime. Fresh off of a pagent win, a young, talented queen with a lot of ass, a lot of sass, and very little class. She will serve you horror, glamour, and filth wrapped in one twisted little ball. The ghost of Judith will scare you gay.
Kane O’Scalleigh is a Queer interdisciplinary artist, performer and playwright from the traditional territories of the HUL’Q’UMI’NUM’ and SENĆOŦEN speaking peoples (Salt Spring Island). Kane recently Graduated from the Canadian College of Performing Arts Studio Ensemble, and is now pursuing a career in theatre and voice acting. Most recently, Kane performed in the Pandemonium: Master in Pieces cabaret by Atomic Vaudeville, and she is so excited to be a part of Outside The Box: A Revue.
islay mckechnie & Ciarán volke
she/they, & he/they
Islay McKechnie is a theatre artist/musical improviser/art lover shaped by the west coast and the prairies. They are inspired by mischief, curiosity, and stories of darkness and hope. Yeehaw!
Ciarán Volke is an actor, filmmaker, and comedian based in the unceded lək̓ʷəŋən traditional territory. Their work, be it theatre or film, is irreverent, whimsical, terrifying, but honest. You can find Ciarán in As You Like It this Summer with the Greater Victoria Shakespeare Festival, along with various improv and sketch comedy shows across town. For more info, check out @ciaranvolke on instagram and twitter.
Tessa is a young talent locally based in Victoria, BC. Though performance is definitely a passion of hers, stage management is always calling her name. She is happy to return to her college to perform this variety show with her alumni friends, as well as some new faces to PH. Credits include: Ithuriel/Death Paradise Lost, Old Woman Yerma (CCPA). SM Credits include: Beauty and the Beast (VOS), If/Then, Goodnight Desdemona (CCPA).
Cooper is a performer, designer, and production officer based in Victoria BC. Cooper has enjoyed tech since he first learned how to plug in his Spiderman TV when he was a child. Since then he has lighting, sound, and projection designed for many productions. Some of his favourites include The Little Mermaid (TDC), Newsies (TDC), Secret Love in Peach Blossom Land (CCPA), The Quest (CCPA), and Beauty and the Beast (VOS). He is looking forward to assisting Extended space and all of the performers through all forms of the production.