Tuesday, 12 September 2017

Welcome to our New Board Members Appointed for 2017-2018

Theatre Ontario welcomes Brenda Barr-Worsnop and Annie MacKay to our Board of Directors.

They have been appointed to vacancies that have opened during our 2017-2018 term, due to the resignations of Lily Baird and Ray Jacildo (both serving their first year of two-year terms.)

Brenda Barr-Worsnop
Brenda Barr-Worsnop (Cobourg) discovered the stage at 7 in Cornwall, and rediscovered it as an adult with the Brockville Theatre Guild in 1975.  Now, after more than forty-five active years in community and professional theatre she is well known as a director, actor, stage manager, set designer and teacher/mentor across southern Ontario.  She was co-creator/owner of a murder mystery company, Games Up; has worked professionally in Ontario Summer Theatre as an actress and stage manager; has served on regional community theatre boards in all positions for over forty years, and she even managed to combine her administrative and theatre skills at the Living Arts Centre in Mississauga in her job as Executive Administrator. She has taken many Theatre Ontario summer courses and is currently Past President of the Eastern Ontario Drama League.

Annie MacKay
Annie MacKay (Toronto) is an actor, producer, and theatre creator originally from Vancouver. She works in communications and marketing at Studio 180 Theatre, the Dirt Underneath Actors' Space, and the creator-based conversation series Dark Nights. As an actor, recent Toronto credits include: The Rape of Lucrece (Paprika Festival), Marisol (Seven Siblings Theatre – Staged Reading), Brave New Theatre: Unholy (BNT – Collective Creation), The Crucible (Kindling Collective), and Much Ado About Nothing (Unit 102/Leroy Street). Annie served as co-chair of the 2016 Theatre Ontario Youth Advisory Committee. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from McGill University.

In accordance with Article 6.7 of the General By-Law of Theatre Ontario, both shall serve as Directors until the next Annual General Meeting, at which point an election will be held for the remainder of the term.

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