Emerging Through The Void, Aug 19 @8pm. @Imperial Pub

The Collective

  • Kiley May
    Kiley May is a Hotinonshón:ni Mohawk and Cayuga storyteller, actor and artist from Six Nations of the Grand River Territory (aka "the rez"), and is now settled in the gathering place called Tkaronto, or "Toronto." Kiley is a two spirit transgender woman. She is currently a student at the Centre for Indigenous Theatre, training in acting, singing and dancing. Kiley also enjoys creative arty things like writing, performing, film and photography. And transitioning, which is an art form; her greatest art work to date.
  • Theresa Cutknife
    Theresa Cutknife is a Cree-Puerto Rican actor and theatre creator from Maskwacîs, Alberta. She is a first year student at The Centre for Indigenous Theatre. Previous to moving to Toronto she was pursuing her Bachelor of Arts degree focusing on Theatre and Native Studies at the University of Alberta.
  • Timothy Ng
    Timothy Ng
    Off-Broadway: Jerry Wong; Shanghai Lil's, NYC Theatre: A Chorus Line, 42nd Street, Guys and Dolls, All Shook up. Toronto Theatre: Shevil the Musical; Toronto Fringe festival, Into the woods; Randolph Academy, Snow Queen, to name a few. He was last seen in Comfort in which he got nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actor.
    Much love to Caea, Lorraine Wells, Family, Friends, Janelle, Cast and Crew.
  • Angela Ziel
    Angela Ziel is excited to be performing in a caberet for Void Room Theatrics. Angela is a graduate of St Clair Colleges's musical theatre program and Capilano University's Bachelor of Performing Arts program. Some recent credit include Oh Canada Eh? Dinner Theatre, Vancouver's PuSh Festival and the Vancouver Fringe Festival.
  • Brett Brownlee
    Brett is delighted to be taking part in new and exciting things! He has spent the past two seasons at the Oh Canada Eh? Dinner Theatre in Niagara Falls. He had the time of his life learning as a resident artist performing in nearly 400 shows in the falls and others in Quebec and Ontario since graduation in 2014. Two of his favourite experiences are getting to work with Ben Vereen and Victoria Playhouse Petrolia and singing the Canadian National Anthem for the Toronto Blue Jays @ Detroit Tigers. Brett recently moved into the big city and hope to see everyone around!
  • Erik James
    Erik is a professional musician and teacher living in Toronto. After completing an advanced diploma in Musical Theatre – Performance, he hung up his tap shoes, opened up a notebook and started writing his own compositions for guitar and voice. In February of last year, he started his own music service; Erik James Music, and has been playing a variety of shows all over Ontario. His music features a great mix of genres; from his training in Musical Theatre and Jazz, to mainstream Pop, to Alternative Acoustic  Currently, Erik is teaching music with Genesis Music Lessons and teaches after school, private in home lessons for Guitar, Voice, and Piano all over the York Region. Be sure to follow Erik on Instagram and Twitter @erikjames_b7 and like his page on Facebook.
  • Harold Lumilan
    Harold Lumilan is a freelance performer based in Toronto, ONT. As a graduate of St. Clair College's Music Theatre Performance Program and as an alumni of The Broadway Theatre Project, Harold has worked with artists such as Ben Vereen, Josh Groban, Mark Cassius, Jason Samuels Smith, and Donna McKechnie. Harold believes in colour-blind casting, equality, and proper representation in all aspects of theatre. Upcoming projects include The Little Mermaid with the Lower Ossington Theatre as the role of Sebastian. Harold is thrilled to share the stage with very familiar faces once again. Be your own kind of beautiful.
  • Jacqueline Godbout
    Jacqueline is a recent graduate of the Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts. She also studied Vocal Performance at Acadia University. Past credits include Niki Harris in Curtains, Soupy Sue in Urinetown, and Margaret in Much Ado About Nothing. Upcoming: Louise in Gypsy with WaveStage Theatre. Jacqueline hopes you enjoy this wonderful night of music and love.
  • Katrina Gibson
    Katrina Gibson is a graduate of St. Clair College for Musical Theatre. Recent roles include: Columbia in the Rocky Horror Picture Show, Conrade in Much Ado About Nothing and Marisa in Consider the Oyster. She is currently in Jesus Christ Superstar in Brampton
  • Lauren Gurski
    Lauren grew up in a tiny community in Northwestern Ontario- don't worry you've definitely never heard of it, and has always been passionate about the Performing Arts. She is a graduate of the St.Clair Musical Theatre Program and also a recent graduate of the Bachelor of Performing Arts Program where she collaborated on material for both the Vancouver Fringe Festival and the International PuSh Festival. Lauren is thrilled to be performing with some familiar faces, and hopes to share her love of music in this cabaret.
  • Mark Gallagher
    Mark graduated from St.Clair College for Music Theatre Performance and has since been working around Toronto trying to establish and improve his work as an artist. His credits include Jesus Christ Superstar (Jesus/St. Clair College), 9 to 5 (Joe/Scarborough Music Theatre), Much Ado About Nothing (Balthasar/Scarborough Players, and Jesus Christ Superstar (Annas/Hart House Theatre). Mark has also recently worked as a Showband Singer on the Carnival Inspiration. Mark sucks at writing bio’s and apologizes for his brief (and late) entry.
  • Dylan Evans
    Dylan is a graduate of Ryerson's BFA acting program. Recent credits include: False Start, Toronto Fringe; The Comedy of Errors, Confidential Shakespeare Project; Picasso at the Lapin Agile, Seven Siblings Theatre; Hamlet, Hart House Theatre
  • Jamie Johnson
    Jamie is an actor/writer residing in Toronto.  He is a graduate of the M.F.A. Theatre program at York University.  Selected acting credits:  Captain NoBeard in Pirates Don’t Babysit, (Black Sea Productions) Gaston in Picasso at the Lapin Agile, (Seven Siblings Theatre) Pontius Pilate in The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, (Unit 102), Jaoquin in Salvador (Toronto Fringe), Leonato in Much Ado About Nothing (Shakespeare Bash'd), Omar in Theory (Fireworks/Alumnae Theatre) just to name a few.
  • Judy Thrush
    Judy Thrush gained most of the her theatre experience playing roles in her local community. However, when she lived up in the Owen Sound area, she became a part of the company: ‘Just For Fun Murder Mystery Group’s going to various venues putting on Murder Mysteries involving some set dialogue but was mostly improvisation with the guests. Other works include Twelfth Night (Sir Toby) and Oh Baby’: The Terrible Truth (Viola). She finds a joy and delight being with her colleagues who are in the acting industry as well. She hopes you enjoy yourself watching the show!
  • Koichiro Goto
    KOICHIRO GOTO is a New York based actor, making a debut in lovely Toronto. Happy. To Jhuntue, Wilex, and the amazing cast, "I love you!"
  • Kyla Dewey
    Kyla Dewey's passion for singing ignited in car rides while listening to Whitney Houston. Since then, the size of the venues and audience have grown exponentially. She graduated from Queen's University as well as St. Clair College's Musical Theatre Performance program. Kyla Dewey now works as a professional stage and screen actress and singer in Toronto and surrounding areas. Kyla is ecstatic to be singing again with many of the students from her graduating class!
  • Margret Rose
    Margaret Rose was raised in a very theatrical family. After graduation she moved to Vancouver to study dance. Having studied contemporary dance for a year in Vancouver Margaret felt the pull of vocal expression, and decided to pursue Musical Theatre. She completed Randolph Academy’s Musical Theatre Program in August 2015. Margaret has had the pleasure to work consistently since graduation with a variety of wonderful independent theatre companies in Toronto and has even co-founded her own company – NonExistent Theatre who are producing their first full length production at the end of the month.  
  • Preston Vendramin
    While studying musical theatre, he worked alongside the talented St Clair College's alumni featured tonight and during his summer he had the pleasure of working alongside Brett Brownlee and Brandon Stafford in Oh Canada Eh's?! main seasonal show. Since graduating, Preston has been seen in Linus Hand Production's "Mary Poppins" as Mr. Banks, a principle acting role on AHC's "Civil War Chronicles" and is represented by the Talent House agency, here in Toronto.
  • Raymound Troung
    Raymond Truong is an aspiring collaborative pianist. He has had a wide range of experience collaborating with other musicians including recitals, auditions, and opera productions. He completed his Bachelors of Music at Wilfrid Laurier University and is currently finishing his Masters in Collaborative Piano at Western University under the tutelage of John Hess. On top of his studies, he coaches singers, works with various chamber ensembles, and is an opera répétiteur for Western University. Raymond has worked with several esteemed pianists such as Rudolf Jansen, Julius Drake, Helmut Deutsch and Martin Katz