The Femme Fatale x Rose Coloured Theatre Series is coming back as Onscreen/Backstage. We’re very excited to once again be partnering with Femme Fatale to celebrate young female and non-binary artists.
Up next we have Just Pervs by Perverted Assemblages Collective on January 28th at 7pm EST.
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Rose Coloured Theatre works and creates in Tiohtià:ke/Montreal and Tkaronto/Toronto, on the land of the Kanien’kehá:ka, the Huron/Wendat, the Anishinaabeg, the Haudenosaunee and the Mississaugas of the Credit, as well as many other nations.
We encourage our collaborators and audiences to reflect on their connection to the land on which they reside and their role in supporting our land protectors, and aiding them in their healing.
Maryanna Chan (She/Her)
Maryanna is an illustrator and artist. She grew up in Saskatoon and studied illustration and design at the Alberta College of Art + Design. She is currently studying Scénographie at the National Theatre School of Canada/École Nationale de Théâtre du Canada. To see more of her work, visit her portfolio.
Jada White (She/Her)
Jada White is a multi-disciplinary artist based in the West end of Toronto. Her work explores themes of identity, power and love. She often uses platonic and romantic relationships to explore these themes and different mediums to express her conceptual ideas. To see more of her work, visit her portfolio.
Spencer Julien (They/Them)
Spencer is a curator and organizer based in Toronto. They have worked with organizations like Revue Cinema, Scouts Canada, London College of Fashion, Magenta Foundation and Canada’s NDP to connect with new audiences and build community. A graduate of Camberwell College of Arts, they are currently studying Critical Practice and Diaspora & Transnational Studies at University of Toronto.
Rhiana Safieh (She/Her)
Rhiana is an English Rhetoric, Media and Professional Communication student at the University of Waterloo. She is passionate about written and visual communication, and enjoys learning new skills in website design.
Government and Program Support
Quincy Armorer • Danielle Irvine • Brian Dooley • Alisa Palmer • Thea Fitz-James • Jen Capraru • Marisa Samek • Anne Cairns • Dylan Thomas-Boucher • Shira Ronn • Justin Eddy • Astrid Mohr • Desana Rose • Anna Morreale • Grace Vukovic • Jonathan Mourant • Annie Rutherford • Hailey Verbonac • Halli Gallo • Margaret Currie • Zion Shraiter • Julia Dickson • Rysia Andrade • Michael Loyal • Caitlin Currie • Steph Stiers • Amit Breuer • Rhiana Safieh • Ilana and Menahem Breuer • Connor O’Brien • Manuel Almeida • Yolanda Mak • Shira Breuer