our artists

S.E. Grummett

(Something in the Water, Creepy Boys, SCUM: a manifesto, Girl in the Box, Pack Animals)

S.E. Grummett (they/them) is a queer theatre artist from Treaty 6 Territory (the flat part of Canada). After graduating from the University of Saskatchewan acting program, Grummett began working as an independent theatre maker and artist. Grummett is also a puppeteer and projection designer. 

(Girl in the Box, SCUM: a manifesto)

Danielle Spilchen

Danielle Spilchen (she/her) is a Saskatoon-based theatre artist with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Saskatchewan (2012). She is a member of the Theatre Howl creative team, an actor as well as an emerging director and occasional stage manager.

Select acting credits include: Southern Dandy 75! (Live Five 2017), Short Cuts (2016), Aiden Flynn Lost His Brother So He Makes Another (Live Five 2016/Wildside Festival 2015), Richard II (Saskatoon Shakespeare Lab 2015), Southern Dandy 75! (Fringe 2015), Our Four Walls (MuD Collective 2015), Dr. Frightful Presents: Dead Air (Fringe 2014), and Shape of a Girl (Fringe 2013).

Holly Brinkman

(Pack Animals)

Holly Brinkman (she/her) is a multi-award winning storyteller from Victoria, BC. A master’s student and alumni from the University of Victoria, Holly is a teacher by-day and raunchy vaudeville performer by-night. Since 2010, Holly has worked as a staff member of the Montreal and Victoria Fringe Festivals. Holly has also performed at Smut Slam (2011 Winner) and Confabulation (Montreal, Victoria, Vancouver). Last summer, Holly toured the Canadian Fringe circuit with her solo-show, A Woman’s Guide to Peeing Outside and other adventures.... The piece has since been produced as the Moberly Arts & Culture Centre (Vancouver) and as part of Western Edge Theatre’s 2017-18 season (Nanaimo). As a board member of Impulse Theatre (Victoria) since 2016 and a staff member of both Intrepid Theatre and the Victoria Fringe Festival, Holly works to create theatre opportunities of queer youth in her community. 

(SCUM: a manifesto)

Caitlin Zacharias

Caitlin Zacharias (she/her) has spent the last two years on the Greystone stage playing Thomas (Coram Boy) and Germaine Louzon (Les Belles-Soeurs), and recently completed her fourth year of acting at the U of S. Caitlin believes everyone should have equal opportunities and rights, and that spaghetti can also be a breakfast food. She would like to thank her family and friends for their love, undying support and minimal judgement.

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Creating independent theatre since 2014

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