Blythe Haynes (Actor, Co-Artistic Director)
Blythe Haynes is a Toronto-based actor, award-winning voice artist and producer. Blythe is also a co-founder, with author KT Bryski, of the “History Actor” museum theatre program at Black Creek Pioneer Village.
As a producer, she most recently completed a producing internship with the Windsor Feminist Theatre at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Under producer Kelly Daniels, she produced and hosted a podcast for the Judith Thompson lead project “Watching Glory Die”.
As an actor, Blythe has worked in the independent theatre scene extensively, select theatre credits being: An Atlas, A Necktie & Other Concerns (Period. Productions/Toronto Fringe), Six Stories, Told At Night (Gangway!), A Canticle of Light (Missed Metaphor Productions) and In His Name (The Canadian History Project). Select Voice Credits: The Familiar (The Familiar Podcast) Incident On and Off a Mountain (Campfire Radio Theatre), and We Are New(s) (APEX Magazine). Upcoming Theatre and Voice: The Clockmaker (The Edge Productions & Gangway!) and The Characters: Acts I & II (Untitled Arts Society)