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Jenna Harris

Jenna is a Dora-nominated actor, playwright, devised creator, arts educator and producer. Jenna is also the Artistic Producer of Discord and Din Theatre and a founding member of [elephants] collective. 


As a playwright, Jenna has participated in Studio 180 IN DEVELOPMENT, Tarragon Playwrights Unit, Thousand Islands Playhouse Playwright’s Unit, The Company Theatre New Play Development Program, La MaMa Umbria International Playwright Retreat (Italy), and a Resident Playwright at ArtHouse Jersey (Channel Islands). Jenna was a Playwright in Residence at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre and a member of their Artist Residency program with her play MINE, which was slated to be part of Buddies’ 2019/2020 season.


Select acting and creator/performer credits: A Wake for Lost Time (across Ontario 2014-2015), Mine (Next Stage Theatre Festival 2015),  there/GONE (Toronto Fringe 2015), This is Where We Live (SummerWorks 2015), Lela & Co. (Discord and Din Theatre 2017).


Z. Mair

Z. is an emerging artist from and based in Tkaronto. They helped to co-found bc/pa, where they assistant directed and danced in Operations (1945-2006): Movements and collaborated on ARTSTAR!!!. They have since worked with [elephants] collective in their 2020 Wake for Lost Time and TELETHON TELETHON. Independently, they participated in Paprika's 2020-21 Creators' Unit and has worked with Dancing With Parkinson's, Luna Li, and Dandelion Theatre. 


Z. is currently writing their first play, which confronts the state’s treatment of disabled lives.

Michael Reinhart

Michael Reinhart is a theatre/performance creator, performance scholar and theatre instructor. His work (both creative and academic) is based in exploring interdisciplinary art-making, and collective-driven devised performance creation.


Much of this research has occurred through his work with [elephants] collective and boundary conditions / performance assembly, both of which he is a founding member. He recently completed his PhD at the University of Toronto, where he studied group-based collaborative

creation through the lens of systems theory.


Michael maintains a busy creative practice as a creator, director, performer, and dramaturg, select works include A Wake for Lost Time (various venues across Canada 2014-2020),
4.5 (ig)noble truths (various venues across Canada 2016-2020), Operations (1945-2005) : Movements (Nuit Blanche 2018), ARTSTAR!!! (Nuit Blanche 2019), A Kitchen Sink Drama (Rhubarb 2017), Surplus Party Guest (Katzmann Contemporary 2017).

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