Skye is a Treaty 6 theatre artist (born in PA, raised in Melfort, lives in Saskatoon) who has a great passion for both classic plays as well as new works. He has appeared in productions for Drayton Entertainment, Persephone Theatre, Globe Theatre, Dancing Sky Theatre (where he also spent two seasons as Artistic Producer), Station Arts Centre, Prairie Theatre Exchange, Northern Light Theatre, Theatre Calgary, and a number of companies under the Live Five banner. Skye has also appeared at the Stratford Festival for five seasons, Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan for six seasons, and is also a founding member of the YXE Shakespeare Lab
Judith Schulz (she/her) is a theatre designer and practitioner who has a passion for creating theatre with technology and movement and making stories come to life. During this pandemic, Judith has been very grateful to have worked on several digital theatre projects and is excited to see what the future holds for theatre. Recent work includes "Paris, SK" (GTNT workshop), "Shortcuts Festival" (Hardly Art digital festival), "This is Not That Festival" (25th Street Theatre). She is also part of the Saskatoon based theatre design company, SightLine Designs.
Kenn is a director, performer, educator, puppeteer, and Clown. He received his BFA in Acting at the University of Regina and his MFA in Directing from The University of Nevada, Las Vegas. He was the artistic director of Hectik Theatre (Regina) and Souris Valley Theatre (Estevan), and a founding member of the Prairie Puppet Underground. He is currently a sessional instructor for the University of Saskatchewan Drama Department and Co-Artistic director of Sorry/Grateful Theatre in Saskatoon. He is proud to be a Saskatchewan artist.
A Treaty 6 based theatre artist, Grahame wears a lot of hats (metaphorical but also literal); working as a performer, writer, producer, designer, director and stage manager (told you it was a lot). Grahame is a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan with a BFA in Acting and a graduate of the Globe Theatre Conservatory.
Grahame is the Artistic Producer of Buttered Ghost Theatre. Grahame is also an active member with The Sketchy Bandits and a part time DM for a few games of DnD.
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Yulissa Campos is a Latina actress, emerging playwright and founder of Ay, Caramba! Theatre, originally from Ecuador, but calls Saskatoon her second home. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, both from the University of Saskatchewan. Yulissa has worked with children and youth for several years and is currently working on her MA in Counselling Psychology. When she is not teaching drama or working with the newcomer community, she likes to write stories that connect and illustrate the underrepresented voices. This summer, Yulissa launched on Spotify her podcast “Latinas in Stoon”, collaborated in SUM's “Theatre in the Neighbourhood”, and her most recent play “The Ungrateful Immigrant" was part of the 25th Street Theatre's Live From Your Lawn. Selected theatre credits: Earth Diver (SUM Theatre), Prairie Nurse (Station Arts Centre) I, Frida (Ay, Caramba! Theatre), The Penelopiad (FerrePlay). Playwriting credits: Trapped (ArtApart- NTS 2020, Short Cuts Festival 2020, The Last Sunday 2019) I, Frida (Saskatoon Fringe 2019). She hopes all of you are staying safe and healthy during this difficult time.