Brian Ainsworth’s dynamic career in media has spanned over 35 years as a producer of television, comedy, music, film, stage, Internet, and multimedia presentations.
Henry Alford has written for the New Yorker, Vanity Fair, and the New York Times for two decades.
Alberta born sax player and multi-instrumentalist, Colleen Allen first launched her musical career in Toronto. Colleen Allen is known as much for her charismatic stage presence as she is for her collaborative spirit.
Nina Lee Aquino is a director and dramaturge. She was the former Artistic Director of fu-GEN Asian Canadian Theatre Company and Cahoots Theatre Company and the current Co-Artistic Director of the Factory Theatre.
Active as a freelance drummer, producer and engineer in Toronto, Mike Ardagh is equally comfortable on-stage or in-studio and prides himself on his ability to craft sounds and inspire great performances from his fellow musicians.
Ethan Ardelli is a freelancing musician in Toronto's vibrant music scene. Ethan graduated from the University of Toronto's Faculty of Music Jazz Program in 2006.
Jami believes in the power and importance of independent publishing and self-publication, whether online or in print.
Allison Au is an award-winning Canadian saxophonist, composer and arranger. Au’s debut album, The Sky Was Pale Blue, then Grey earned a Juno nomination in 2013, and her sophomore album Forest Grove seized the Juno for "Best Jazz Album of The Year: Group" in 2016.
Marie Beath is a playwright, performer, director and dramaturge.
Ben Ball is a jazz drummer and graduate of the Humber College Music program. He holds degrees from the University of Toronto in Jazz Performance and Education, as well as a Masters’ in Jazz Studies from McGill.
Saxophonist, woodwind doubler, composer, arranger, and jazz educator Andy Ballantyne is a graduate of the Humber College music program.
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Rick Banville has been a Production Manager for almost twenty years, working alongside some of Canada’s leading artists and companies while having the great fortune of touring theatre, opera, dance and music to Europe, Asia, Africa, the Middle East, Canada and the United States