We are

artists, storytellers, teachers, students, scholars, performers.

We believe in integrity and curiosity. We play, learn, and grow with each other, not from each other

 

We are over the trope of Shakespeare as universal. Any experience of art is deeply individual. We work to open up possibilities for these stories to be of service to the individual and to the community through telling stories about conflicts between love and hate, justice and injustice, wisdom and foolishness (so called), human and divine. 

We are dedicated to building a sustainable a community built on tenets of anti-racism, respect for all identities, honoring those who cared for this land before someone called it a territory, and infinite possibilities for a collective future.

the

Founders

Born and raised in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, Bob Wicks is an actor and a voice & text teacher & coach. He has taught, performed, and trained internationally, received his M.F.A. in Acting as well as his Voice Teacher Diploma, studying with David Smukler at York University in Toronto, ON, and was a member of the International Actors’ Fellowship at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre.

Sarah Corbyn Woolf is an actor, teacher, producer, director, and theater maker. She has trained in text and movement as both an instructor and a performer, and is devoted to exploring the role of the body in language and storytelling. She holds an M.F.A. from the Academy for Classical Acting at Shakespeare Theatre Company, and has produced and performed across NYC.

and their

friends

This is where we sing the praises of folks like Tom, Jenna May, Carsey, Annelise, etc.

This is where we sing the praises of folks like Tom, Jenna May, Carsey, Annelise, etc.

This is where we sing the praises of folks like Tom, Jenna May, Carsey, Annelise, etc.