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Derek Miller

Two-time JUNO winning singer/songwriter/guitarist Derek Miller from Six Nations of the Grand River is a journeyman musician with eclectic taste and a knack for guitar oriented roots-inflected rock with a pop sensibility. With his unique take on roots rock, and soul-stirring blues, Derek Miller is a force of musical nature. Derek continues to work as a touring performer/artist, producing music, making
television, writing novels, making movies and racing cars.

Herbie Barnes

Herbie Barnes has played many roles throughout his twenty five year career, both on stage and on film. Herbie has principal roles in films like Dance Me Outside, Spirit Rider, and Spirit Bear. Television shows that feature him include, Guilt Free Zone, Murdoch Mysteries, Tipi Tales and The Rez. Herbie has directed across North America and he also teaches at Centre for Indigenous Theatre, high schools, private schools, Universities, and theatre companies.

Darrell Dennis

At the age of 17, Darrell Dennis walked into his first professional audition and walked out with the lead
role of Brian Potter on the hit CBC drama “Northwood”. Since then, Darrell has become a multi- faceted Native American (First Nations) actor, writer, and comedian. For over two decades, Darrell has been at the forefront of Indigenous theatre. At present, Darrell is currently developing three T.V. series, a feature film, a web series, and a U.S. radio program.

Amy Matysio

Amy Matysio is an award winning Canadian stage and screen actress, improviser and voice over artist with over 100 credits to her name. Film credits New Line Cinema’s Just Friends (opposite Ryan Reynolds and Anna Farris), Chained, Ferocious, Stephen King’s Dolan’s Cadillac, Stranded, indie hit Lawrence and
Holloman and cult smash WolfCop. She is an eight time Canadian Comedy Award nominee and the creator, writer and star of the multiple award winning web series inSAYSHAble.

Camille Stopps

Since graduating from Ryerson’s Theatre Performance Program, Camille has become one
of Toronto’s busiest young actors. In addition to acting, Camille is an accomplished dancer. Her dance experience includes working with renowned Canadian choreographers David Earle, Matjash Mrozewski, Kate Hilliard and Valerie Calam. Select film credits include: Learning to Ride (dir. Michael Hanley), and 22
Chaser (dir. Rafal Sokolowski).

Michaela Washburn

Michaela Washburn hails from Alberta and is a proud Métis artist of English, Irish, French and
Cree descent. Her expertise spans theatre, film, hosting, writing, spoken word, clown, improvisation, workshop facilitation and stand-up. A four time Dora nominated artist, Michaela was also nominated for the K.M. Hunter Artist Award for Theatre. She has performed internationally at festivals and theatres in Wales, Aruba and across Canada and the United States.