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.
Alan is an internationally renowned Acting Teacher, Mentor and Director. He began his career as an actor 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 worked with Toronto Youth Theatre for many years nurturing up and coming talent and has directed several shows including the New Canadian musical One Small Step. Alan is Artistic Director of the Markham Theatre Discovery Camp Program.
Evan is a writer, director and producer whose work has taken him coast to coast in Canada. His most recent work with Toronto Youth Theatre has been developing the production program; TYT Theatre and writing/directing the last 2 panto productions, Rapunzel and Cinderella. The Annex Theatre Revitalization Project was spearheaded by Evan throughout 2020. He recently wrapped up working 8 years at the Lower Ossington Theatre on their production team.
Christine has worked in arts education/programming and administration and producing corporate, cultural and community events for over 25+yrs. She worked extensively in film/TV on award winning shows as “The Grey Fox, SCTV, Anne of Green Gable (sequel). She has sung with many choirs that have performed at Massey, Roy Thompson and Carnegie Hall. She has been on the board of a number of organizations for the past 20 years she has an extensive record of orchestrating arts education, community and cultural programming fundraisers and special events.