Jami believes in the power and importance of independent publishing and self-publication, whether online or in print.
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.
Professor for Computers 1
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
Professor for Stagecraft 1, 2 and 3
After graduating from York University in 2006, Tom worked as a lighting designer, technician, carpenter and technical director for various theatre companies and shops in and around Toronto.
Joan Barfoot is an award-winning novelist whose work has been compared internationally with that of Anne Tyler, Carol Shields, Margaret Drabble and Margaret Atwood.
Keith Barker is an award winning playwright, director, actor and donut-maker from Northwestern Ontario.
Originally hailing from Manchester England, Collin Barrett has made Toronto, Canada his home for many years. Collin is currently the Musical Director of Eva Avila and Esthero.
Christel is a graduate of The Second City Conservatory Program and the Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts.
Christine Berg is a voice, speech and accent coach. She holds a B.F.A (Acting) from UBC, and an M.A (Voice Studies) from the Central School of Speech and Drama. Christine is active in the professional community, regularly coaching actors for film, TV and theatre.
David Bergen has published seven novels and a collection of short stories. His novels have been shortlisted for the IMPAC Literary Award and the Governor General’s Literary Award.