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Jessica Rose is a theatre creator and actor, who was born and raised in Kitchener, ON. She is a graduate of Humber College’s Theatre Performance program and a recipient of the Mark Shoenberg Award, The Big Step Award and the School of Creative and Performing Arts Scholarship for Theatre Performance. She has performed and collaborated on multiple pieces Toronto Fringe’s How Did You Find Me Here? and F*cking Perfect (selected as Best of Fringe 2018). Selected acting credits DLT’s The Stranger 2.0, Toronto Fringe’s Who You Callin’ Black, Eh?, Alumnae Theatre’s Queen Marie, Theatre TOnight’s Hypnagogia, or Ligretto Stop!, and Humber Theatre’s To Ithaca and Life Underground.
Ballet is a major art form that has been practiced and performed for centuries. Yet, for those who have no experience with ballet (me), we have no idea what it’s like to be part of the ballet world. I...
"The Creative Process is a process of surrender, not control."Julia Cameron Have you ever felt unmotivated when it came to your own creative work? Have you ever felt stuck in the middle of a project? Don't worry, it’s natural to...
It is said that theatre first began as rituals and storytelling. The Greeks and Romans created the orchestra, and from that the stage was born. Since then we have been developing theatre over the past 2,500 years (from what...
Whenever someone asks me what devised theatre is, I'll be honest, I have no idea what to say! My answers vary from: “Um, it’s like physical theatre, kind of…", “You collaborate on a story with a bunch of other...
It is a strange time we are living in where most businesses are closed down, including our beloved theatres. Now I'm not talking about movie theatres, though they are also closed. Unfortunately, I'm talking about live theatre shows. When...
The Jessie Awards: What is it? Who is Jessie? Those were the first two questions that popped into my mind when someone at work casually mentioned it to me. Growing up in Ontario I only knew about the Dora’s....
If you’re a Canadian theatre artist, you probably look forward to the most wonderful time of the year. Not sure what I’m talking about? It happens every June, and celebrates the yearly works of Toronto theatre shows and artists....
By: Jessica Bowmer As artists, we are living in a very isolating time where most auditions are online, zoom meetings are the meet-up destination and living in quarantine for 14 days after being on set is the new norm. As...
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