Leadership

Nicole St. Martin
Artistic Director

Some of Nicole's performance credits include;  Emma Currie in Storm Warning for Globus Theatre, Titania and Hippolyta for Dream In the Square's A Midsummer Night's Dream (U.K.), Emma Goldman in a staged reading of Dangerous Aliens and Popova, in The Bear for Preface TheatreShe has appeared on The Smart Woman's Survival Guide and Cold Blood.  Nicole is recent graduate of  Drama Centre, London (U.K) M.A. European Classical Acting where favourite roles included Masha in The Three Sisters and the title role in Hedda Gabler.  As part of Drama Centre MA, she trained at Shakepeare's The Globe in London, UK at the Vakhtangov Institute, Moscow, Russia
As a director and choreographer, some credits include choreography for the Hart House Festival award-winning Pagan Love Songs for the Uninitiated at the 2001 SummerWorks Festival, and for The Mississauga Arts Council Award ceremony.  She was Assistant Director to Kate Lynch for The Dispute, to Dennis Hayes for The Millennium Project, and to Simon Johnston for Mycenae.  She was also the director of Resurgence Theatre's Junior Conservatory 2004 and their production of Hansel and Gretel

Michael Bradley
Artistic Producer

Michael is a graduate of the Theatre and Drama Studies program at the University of Toronto, a joint program with Sheridan College. Michael’s directing credits include Spaces and the Tree for the 2006 Summerworks festival, as well as co-directing and performing in A Midsummer Night’s Dream for Shakespeare in the Square in London, UK. Michael wrote the music and lyrics for Preface Theatre’s The Cloth of the Serpent Pembe Mirui.  Performing credits include Danny in Grease, Agamemnon in Troilus and Cressida, as well as roles in Preface Theatre’s collaborative project The Lost Villages Project, Much Ado About Nothing and Discovering Romeo for Resurgence Theatre, and Julius Caesar for Alchemy Theatre. Michael also performed as a featured singer in a West-End musical revue showcasing the songs of Stephen Sondheim. Most recently Michael has performed in the musical comedy Stories From Our Black Books, in The Two Mrs. Kissels for Lifetime television network, as well as performing the role of Stanley in A Streetcar Named Desire.