Hello! I’m Kevin, a Toronto-based theatre creator, performer, creator, musician, producer and environmentalist. I’m the co-founder and Artistic Director of Broadleaf Theatre, a company that makes live performance about Canadian environmental topics. In 2016 I graduated from the University of Toronto with an Honours BA in Theatre Performance and International Relations and was a graduate of Generator‘s inaugural Artist Producer Training Program. I’m currently an Associate Producer at Why Not Theatre, working on large scale projects such as Prince Hamlet and The Mahabharata.
In the past couple years I’ve been fortunate to work with Cahoots Theatre, the Toronto Fringe, as the Associate Producer of music theatre company Music Picnic, as a devised creator with fu-Gen Asian Candian Theatre’s Interdisciplinary Kitchen XV, among other collaborations. I am also the co-founder and Creative Producer of rePLAY: Rapid Response Art and, was a youth arts facilitator with Cahoots Theatre, Kitchener-Waterloo Youth Theatre, and the Koffler Centre. As a performer I’ve recently worked with companies like Carousel Players, Theatre Direct, Canadian Rep Youth Ensemble, and Mixed Company Theatre, and perform intermittently as with the Yonge Guns Barbershop Quartet.
In Spring 2018, my co-creation The Chemical Valley Project was seen in Ontario, British Columbia and in Germany, and the show premieres at Theatre Passe Muraille in April 2019, with further touring in 2019/20.
You can find my contact info below if you want to connect about my work, or if I might be able to help with yours.
What Kevin’s working on:
Creating / Directing / Performing: Creating The Chemical Valley Project with Broadleaf Theatre, Julia Howman, and Aamjiwnaang First Nation Land Defenders Vanessa and Lindsay Gray to explore the Sarnia Chemical Valley in a new docu-theatre piece.
Design: Kevin is projection designing Good Morning, Viet Mom by Soaring Skies Collective and produced by Cahoots Theatre. The show premieres in February in Toronto, and tours to Mississauga and Victoria, B.C. in March 2019.