Facebook Instagram Twitter haneul yi summer ensemble actor Eugenia De Jong is a theatre actor, and graduate of the University of Windsor with a BFA in Acting. She has also studied at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival. Select credits include: .Select credits include Sonya in Sonya, Des-Neiges in Les Belles Soeurs, and Maha in Three Sisters. […]
Facebook Instagram Twitter erik mrakovcic summer ensemble actor Erik Mrakovcic, is a theatre and film actor. He is a graduate of the National Theatre School of Canada. Select Credits include: Jaws in The Clinic, Father in Tideline, and Lady Bracknell in The Importance of Being Earnest. Erik can spin Fire Poi, and is able to […]
Facebook Instagram Twitter aditi sharma managing director Aditi Sharma is a Theatre and Production Designer based in The GTA. She is a graduate of the Theatre Production Program at Ryerson University. Select design credits include: costume design for Yang, Crossing Borders, 291 Letters, Shelter from the Crain, and set design for The Crucible, The Artful […]
We envision theatre as a bridge between diverse communities, a global meeting place, with a language of its own, capable of expressing human dreams, fears and desires. Our mandate is to advance the creation, evolution, promotion and support of professional theatre in Mississauga. We fulfill our mandate by producing and presenting professional theatre, sharing knowledge […]
In the summer of 2019 we received Canada Summer Jobs Grant and employed 11 actors, 1 Stage Manager and 1 Designer for 8 weeks. This grant allowed us to workshop an original creation with a working title Pandora’s Box and support the work of two emerging directors who used our ensemble of actors, our space […]
Andreja is committed to growing professional theatre in Mississauga, where she lives now. To pursue this goal, Crane Creations Theatre Company was incorporated as a not for profit in 2015. Since the beginning Crane Creations was conceived with sustainable growth in mind. For the first few years, we were gathering information; we were meeting with […]
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