Paula Thomson

Paula Thomson has choreographed for a variety of dance companies as well as some of Canada’s premier theatre companies, including the Stratford Festival and the Canadian Stage Company. She has served as artistic director and choreographer for Northern Lights Dance Theatre. She has also been guest teacher/choreographer at numerous professional training institutions, notably the Banff […]

Anthony Stephenson

Anthony Stephenson is a member of Actors’ Equity and ACTRA, and a founding member of the Guild of Canadian Musical Theatre Writers. In addition to many articles on theatre, he has also written several well-received mystery novels under the name of Anthony Quogan.

Ron Singer

Professor Singer is a professional actor who has appeared in many feature films, television series and commercials. He has also worked extensively as a director and producer for theatre, film and television. As a director, Professor Singer has over 30 professional theatre productions to his credit. He has served as director of Actors Workshops at […]

David Rotenberg

David Rotenberg has founded two theatre companies and directed extensively throughout Canada and the United States. His directing credits include two Broadway shows — The News and 1940’s Radio Hours — and half a dozen Canadian premieres. As visiting artist at the Shanghai Theatre Academy in 1994, he directed the first Canadian play ever to be produced in translation […]

Bruce Parsons

Bruce Parsons is a painter and installation artist whose work has been exhibited in major Canadian centres. Strongly influenced by ancient art forms, his research has led to extensive travels in Egypt, Mexico, Guatemala and most recently, China. He has had several shows in China, initiated a faculty and student exhibition exchange, and brought several […]

Steven Otto

Professor Otto has studied a wide variety of world music cultures. An experienced performer on the Japanese koto, his research interests include the Muranao kakolintang of the southern Philippines, the music of Greece in relation to its neighbouring cultures, and music of Toronto’s immigrant groups.

David Mott

Professor Mott is a saxophonist and composer whose work draws on western art music and jazz traditions as well as the musical styles of Asia and Eastern Europe. He was a founding member of the contemporary music ensemble Sound Pressure and also performed extensively with the saxophone quartet 40 Fingers and the contemporary jazz ensemble […]

Guy P.R. Métraux

Dr. Metraux is an art historian and archaeologist whose research interests include Greek and Roman art, architecture and urban planning; relationships between the visual arts and literary and social developments in antiquity; and the intersection of art and science in Greek and Roman art history. Dr. Metraux’s numerous scholarly publications include writings on Greek city-planning […]

David Lidov

Personal website: davidlidov.com Professor Lidov has composed many works for orchestra, chamber ensemble and voice. His scholarly research focuses on the semiotics of music and musical analysis, including computer-based research on music and expressive gesture. His most recent book is Is Music a Language?published by Indiana University Press (2004). Compositions Publications

Antonin Lhotsky

Antonin Lhotsky’s professional credits include more than 100 productions, mostly in cinematography but also as producer and director in documentary and theatrical films and television commercials. He has also worked on several multi-screen projects; one such project, Taming of the Demons, made for EXPO `86 in Vancouver, was awarded a special Genie for Outstanding Film Achievement. […]