Program Director, Theatre Performance
Tatiana Jennings is an actor, director, dancer and choreographer. Born and raised in Moscow, she received a degree in theatre and film from the Academy of Theatre Arts, where she also studied dance.
Full-time Faculty, Theatre Performance
Sharon B. Moore creates as a choreographer, director, and movement coach for dance, film, theatre, and circus. She is an award-winning creator and performer working for companies around the world.
Ofilio Sinbadinho Portillo has over 15 years of professional creative work under his belt, including four full length productions, two touring shows, over 15 commissions, and over 50 corporate collaborations across 21 dance genres.
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.
Marie Beath is a playwright, performer, director and dramaturge.
John Beale is a teacher and award- winning actor based in Toronto. He is a graduate of the Philippe Gaulier International Theatre School in Paris.
Daniel Brooks is one of Canada’s most accomplished theatre makers. As a writer, director and performer he has collaborated with some of the country’s finest talents in producing a body of daring and original work.
Paul de Jong is a Voice and Speech Instructor and Coach with over twenty years of experience. He was the Program Director for Humber's Theatre Performance program for three years and Head of Voice for six years.
Janet-Laine Green has been a working actor/director/producer and teacher for more than 25 years. Her performances have been honoured with nine Genie and Gemini nominations
Varrick Grimes is from Newfoundland, where he began his vocation in theatre as Associate Director at Theatre Newfoundland Labrador establishing the Gros Morne Theatre Festival.
Ingrid Hansen trained first as a dancer, then as an actor and theatre creator, until she landed a job as a lead puppeteer on the children's series Tiga Talk! Ingrid loves teaching puppetry to adults, schoolchildren, and prison inmates.
Pam Johnson has been dancing, choreographing and teaching in Toronto for more than 25 years. She is a graduate of the contemporary dance program at Indiana University and holds an M.A. from York University.
Fides Krucker is a leading performer of contemporary vocal music in Canada and abroad – notable for her interpretations of Schoenberg’s Pierrot Lunaire, the Berio Folk Songs (recently recorded with Vancouver's Turning Point Ensemble) and works by R. Murray Schafer.
Richard Lee is an award-winning actor, fight director, sound designer and theatre producer.
Elizabeth Lennie has spent her acting career both on stage and in film and television. She has since adapted the skills learned as an actor to work in the world of narration and commercial voice-over.
Kelly McEvenue has been on the coaching staff of the Stratford Shakespeare Festival for 29 seasons as the teacher of the Alexander Technique and as a movement coach
John Millard - Mostly self-taught, John Millard has been active in the Canadian music and theatre scenes for the last twenty years. He has toured Canada and Europe with his bands The Polka Dogs and John Millard & Happy Day.
Patrick Parson, MA, is a native of Trinidad and Tobago and a dancer and musician who draws much of his inspiration from the vibrant multicultural community that makes up Caribbean.
Mike Petersen’s career began on Jim Henson’s Fraggle Rock in 1984. Since then he has performed across Canada, throughout the U.S. and in Japan, Australia, Nigeria, Britain, Singapore and Poland.
Clare Preuss is a multidisciplinary artist who has collaborated with innovative companies in Canada, Germany, Uganda and the United States
Karin Randoja is a multi-award-winning director, actor, teacher and singer/composer. For over 25 years she has directed and dramaturged devised performances, including Gertrude and Alice; huff; Brotherhood:The Hiphopera and My Nightmares Wear White.
Sean Robertson-Palmer is an interdisciplinary performer whose work has been seen at Theatre Passe Muraille, Toronto's Nuit Blanche and the Summerworks Festival just to name a few.
Michele Smith is co-artistic director of Theatre Smith-Gilmour. She received her Master’s Degree in French Literature from the University of Aix-en-Provence and she studied at the famous School of Jacques Lecoq in Paris.
Christopher Stanton has been creating work for stage and screen for over twenty years.
Terry Tweed has been working in Canada as a professional actor, director and teacher for over 30 years. As an actor, she has appeared on television, film, radio, and in most of the major theatres across the country.
Dan is a graduate of Humber College in Toronto and École Jacques Lecoq in Paris.