Meet the Company:
Amanda Caliolo is a deviser, designer, writer and stage manager who is currently in her fourth year in the Devised Theatre and Professional Writing program at York University. She is excited to be working on the Devised Theatre Festival alongside her colleagues. She would like to thank her wonderful family and friends for the continuous support throughout the process as well as her wonderful company members/co-creators. Her recent credits include stage-managing A Flea in Her Ear (Toronto Fringe Festival), Mother and Daughter (Theatre inspiraTO Festival) and You’ve Got to be Kidney Me (York University- playGround Festival).
Alexandra Caprara is a creator, director, and designer in her fourth year at York practicing devised theatre. Her recent credits include assistant directing for Dido, Queen of Carthage (2018), media design for Post National (2017), directing and creating You’ve Got To Be Kidney Me (Playground 2017); set and costume design for Still, Still Still (Third Wheel Festival); and directing Mother and Daughter (InspiraTo 2017). She would like to thank everyone involved in making the DT festival possible, and her company for reminding her to never forget to have fun doing what you love.
Eric Marshall is a devisor, performer and a teacher on the side, proud to be a member of So, That Was Fun! Theatre. Eric’s come a long way from his first theatrical experience and would like to thank his teachers here at York for passing on all the knowledge they can, and above all else, his mother for always being his number one fan!
Jackie McCowan is a deviser and designer in what she hopes is her last year at York University. She is excited to create and work with her friends and colleagues on the Devised Theatre Festival. When not in a studio, she is usually spotted in line for coffee or buying more foam core from the dollar store. For this piece she could be spotted in the gym with her co-creators, struggling to catch her breath.
Liam Murphy is a 4th year student. He enjoys long walks, listening to music and getting lost in the woods. Liam has been involved in theatre for most of his life, and loves everything about it. Starting in second grade Liam has been in a number of productions, mainly musicals, until starting his time at York. Liam is very excited to be working with his good friends and wonderful creators in So, That Was Fun! Theatre!