Loc Lu has been a proud member of Green Kids since 2002. His first experience with the environmental group dates back further into his childhood where he can remember sitting in the audience and being entertainingly educated about the importance of the "3 R's." Loc has toured all over Canada with various Green Kid productions... Read more
Coral Maloney is a performer and artist who was born in a small town near a big lake and raised mostly in a prairie city. Her performance and creation credits include independent performance as well as work with Adhere & Deny, Young Lungs Dance Exchange, out of line theatre co-op, One Trunk Theatre... Read more
Spenser Payne is a graduate of the University of Albertas Bachelor of Fine Arts acting program. She has been fortunate to perform and create theatre in both Edmonton, and her hometown Winnipeg. In Winnipeg she is a founding member of both Sweet and Salty Collective and The Talentless Lumps and a current company... Read more
In his work as a teaching artist through Artists in the Schools... Read more
Theresa is an Actor, Director, Instructor and choreographer, who has worked in theatre and film for over 13 years and is thrilled to be working with Green Kids again this year.
Her acting work ranges from Pinter to Brecht, children's theatre to sketch and improv and 17 Fringe shows in the past 17 years... Read more
Tanja Woloshen is a dance artist, movement specialist, teacher, and cosmic heart snuggler. Her practice investigates butoh dance as queer embodiment, shapeshifting, and dimensions of recognition. Recent projects include performance collaborations with One Trunk Theatre, Young Lungs Dance Exchange... Read more
Daina Leitold works as an actor, director and mime. She has performed on the stages of Manitoba Theatre Centre, Winnipeg Jewish Theatre, Shakespeare in the Ruins and Theatre Calgary. Some of her film and television credits include Falcon Beach, Blue State, and the Winnipeg cult classic, East of Euclid. Daina may also be recognized as one of the friendly instructors from the Theatre Schools at Manitoba Theatre for Young People and Prairie Theatre Exchange. Trained first in dance and movement, Daina's approach to performance and directing is often physical.
Brian Richardson is a storyteller, a published poet, a playwright, folk musician, and actor. He often blends his other skills with his storytelling. As Artistic Director of the Heritage Theatre at the Forks National Historic Site he interpreted the stories of Winnipeg's past through the medium of theatre. His theatre background includes stage, screen, and sound, acting; a comedy troupe; cross cultural, cross disciplinary, collaboration; playwrighting: and directing. He holds a Liberal Arts degree in Biology.