Sasha Singer-Wilson is a theatre artist and writer. Sasha has trained and worked with Theatre Gargantua, Jumblies, Convergence Theatre, Theatre Passe Muraille, Odyssey Studio, One Yellow Rabbit, SummerWorks, and others. She has facilitated workshops for young people with Shakespeare in Action, Pleiades Theatre, Toronto District School Board and The Vancouver School Board, New Shoots, and currently teaches with the Arts Club. Sasha co-creates the ongoing, web-based, pocket-sized writing project these five minutes. A member of the Soulpepper Playwrights Circle, and Block A at PTC, Sasha was a producer of Brave New Play Rites in 2015 and 2016. Sasha is a graduate of the Acting Conservatory at York University, and recently received her MFA in Playwriting from The University of British Columbia. She is at work on a new play about family, memory and legacy called "The Future Looked So Good". She lives on Coast Salish land with her partner, actor Nadeem Phillip.



Sarah Jurgens is a Toronto and London based actor, creator, and clown. Some of her acting credits include, the Trailer Park Boy's new feature Swearnet, Republic of Doye (CBC), Covert Affairs (NBC), Michael DeCarlo's Feature Two Hands To Mouth (blackwalk productions), Lost Girl (ShowCase), The Penelopiad (Nightwood Theatre's Director Summit Workshop), and The Bewitched (Theatre@York). You also might see her clowning around the city as the vivacious and incredibly awkward LouLou the clown from time to time. Sarah is a graduate of the Acting Conservatory at York University. Her South-African roots and British Humor bring persistence and candid passion to her collaboration with Sasha Singer-Wilson.