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Adeen Ashton-Fogle

Adeen has served as Senior Arts Advisor for schools and colleges in West London, UK. She composed and directed major commissions for the BBC including the London 2012 Olympic song "Celebrate" and the British 2013 Holocaust Memorial Day theme song "We Are One Voice".  Adeen has performed in numerous West End musicals including Les Miserables, Oliver and Whistle Down the Wind and in the Warner Brothers film Little Shop of Horrors. Adeen is a professor of voice at Sheridan College.

Nicole De Angelis

Nicole De Angelis is a stage and production manager. She graduated from York University’s Devised Theatre and Playwrighting Program. Her recent credits include:  Newsies (Lower Ossington Theatre), 9 to 5 (Randolph College), 4 ½ (ig)noble truths (Why Not Theatre). Operations: Nuit Blanche (BCPA), A Little Night Music (Randolph College), It’s A Wonderful Life (Lower Ossington Theatre). She is currently employed at the Randolph College of the Performing Arts as the Production Manager.

Alan Kinsella

Alan began his career as an actor and his debut was at the Abbey Theatre (The National Theatre of Ireland). In 2009, Alan directed his first off-Broadway show Lunch. In 2013 he moved to Canada and his Toronto debut was The Woman in Black at The Lower Ossington Theatre. Alan has directed several shows with Toronto Youth Theatre where he is currently directing the New Canadian musical One Small Step.

Kelly McAllister

Kelly McAllister is an Ottawa-born actor, singer, and puppeteer who was the Toronto Youth Theatre’s Artistic Director for two years. She recently completed a national tour of Thank You for Being a Friend, in which she played Rose Nylund. Now living in Fredericton, NB, she is now TYT's administrative coordinator and the Artistic Director of Spearhead Theatre.

Kiri-Lyn Muir

Kiri-Lyn has enjoyed a career in the arts that has spanned 25 years.  As a performer she has worked at the Shaw and Stratford Festivals’, in the original Canadian casts of Beauty and the Beast and Joseph, and on Broadway in the revival of Show Boat.   For the past 15 years she has choreographed a multitude of projects, which include Cats, My Fair Lady, Sweeney ToddSeussical , Hairspray, The Drowsy ChaperoneSpelling Bee, West Side Story, Willy Wonka, The Producers, Annie, and Curious George.

Quinton Naughton

Since 2012 Quinton has worked with the Toronto Youth Theatre on a variety of programs including A New Brain, Sweeney Todd, Thirteen, Les Misérables and Bare, developed three cabarets (Diner, and two Dream Roles Cabarets), and co-facilitated a workshop fostering a discussion about mental health among young people in our city. Quinton is Resident Musical Director at We Are Here Productions, working on Heathers and In The Heights, and Rebecca Perry Productions.

Jackson Seib

Jackson is a graduate from Randolph College and will be joining the TYT team as Music Director for One Small Step. He is an actor, musician, and composer. Past credits for composition include Freckles World Holiday Show, The Blue Bird, and Ghosthunters.