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As the year is winding down, I've had the chance to release some new music into the world!

  • Earlier this year, I had the pleasure of writing a new piece for Collective Order's new album with long time collaborator and friend, Laura Swankey. Our work resulted in a piece called, "I Hear You", featuring a stellar ensemble of musicians: Emily Steinwall, Joanna Tendai Majoko , Jocelyn Barth, Sarah Thawer, Nebyu Yohannes, and Connor Maslen Walsh, all of whom we thank for bringing our music to life. Written in three parts, “I Hear You” confronts the social context of 2017 and 2018, and its affects on our global community. This piece is written for our mothers and all the women who came before us. It was our intention to include as many female and POC voices on this piece as possible. Having those voices alive on the recording was fulfilling and integral to the outcome of the song. A special thank you to Emily Steinwall for allowing her words to open up the song and to Paulina Corpuz for lending her voice as the third and final statement you will hear in the piece.

  • You can listen to "I Hear You" on all music streaming platforms:


  • It was such a wonderful experience getting to record Rachael Cardiello's and Daccia Bloomfield's heart-achingly beautiful pieces, alongside Danielle Knibbe, Laura Swankey, Aimée Claxton, and Chris Pruden! The track, "Baby" was featured on CBC Music's list of The Most Underrated Canadian Songs of 2018. Thank you Julia Caron and CBC Music for including us on this list! "‘Baby,’ Tidal Mouth - An awe-inspiring ode to loss and grief, “Baby” begins with hand-clapping rhythms, evocative of schoolyard games, while slowly building into boiling rage and sadness. Rachael Cardiello’s soaring vocals lead the charge, and she is slowly joined by a chorus of grieving and orphaned singers, all part of the “Dead Dads Club” (the title of their debut EP). For fans of Mountain Man, and anyone who has lost a loved one." — Julia Caron


That is it for 2018! Wishing everyone a joyous holiday season and wonderful new year ahead

This fall has been filled with great performance and story creation opportunities.

  • Prairie Nurse is the opener for PlayME Podcast's new season, which has been picked up by the CBC! I reprised the role of Puring Saberon for the recording. You listen to it here.


  • I closed an eight week development/creation/performance period with Theatre Gargantua. The Wager - First Instalment had a successful week run to student audiences, with two general audience performances. Featuring: Teiya Kasahara, Kwaku Okyere, Michael Spence, myself. Directed by: Jacquie Thomas.


  • I also had a wonderful time reading Cynthia Jimenez-Hick's newest draft of her play, Apple, as part of Studio 180's 2018/19 IN DEVELOPMENT program. It was fantastic sharing this story to high school audiences from around the GTA. Featuring: Lara Arabian, Alex De Jordy, myself. Directed by: Mark McGrinder. Dramaturgy by: Byron Abalos

It's been a busy season!

  • I had a great time playing Clair in Lighters in the Air at the Toronto Fringe. It had a successful run, with a rave reviews from Mooney on Theatre, Emerging Arts Productions, and Glenn Sumi of Now Magazine. The play garnered a Now Magazine Critic's Pick and 4N rating, and was included in the Outstanding Production listing in the magazine's Fringe Festival 2018 wrap-up. To read these reviews and articles: Now Magazine Fringe 2018 Wrap-up, Now Magazine Review, Mooney on Theatre, Emerging Arts Productions·


  • I had the pleasure of playing the lead role in Karla Villanueva Danan's new short film, Jezebel. It will premiere at the Reel Asian Film Festival this November at the TIFF Lightbox Theatre.


  • I'm also excited to go to Gananoque, Ontario to revive the role of Puring in Thousand Islands Playhouse's production of Prairie Nurse. This is a direct remount of the production in Toronto's Factory Theatre from earlier this spring. The show will run August 24 - September 25. For tickets and more info:


For more info on upcoming shows and performances, go to Shows.

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