Alisha Stranges is a theatre creator, dancer, and performer. She has toured Europe and Canada as a member of CORPUS Dance Projects performing in A Flock of Flyers, Les Moutons, and Le Grand Peep Show. She is a founding member of the ad hoc collective The Them, who premiered their first new work People4Change at Cleveland Public Theatre’s Big Box Series 2010, and at a showcase at the 2010 NaCL Festival of New Theatre in New York. Recently, Alisha worked with lemonTree Theatre Creations to develop a new play, Still Life, which was showcased at The 519, giving voice to the experience of queer youth in Toronto. As an apprentice member of Shakespeare Link Canada (SLC), Alisha has travelled to Wales to participate and perform in The Mid-Wales Shakespeare Festival and to Mozambique to collaborate with traditional African dance company Montes Namuli. Other credits include Pride Cab 2010 (Assistant Director-Buddies in Bad Times), Gaggle (Choreographer-Hysteria 09), Helga! a solo creation for Buddies in Bad Times’ Young Creators’ Unit (Rhubarb!-08), and Robbers Daughters(Independent Auntie—Cooking Fire Festival). Alisha is scheduled to assistant direct Buddies in Bad Times’ Pride Cab 2011.