More Fine Girls

As a trained audio describer with the team at Picasso Pro I was thrilled to be assigned to describe the production of MORE FINE GIRLS at Toronto’s renowned Tarragon Theatre. Along with co describer Aaron Talbot we attended rehearsals and previews, wrote a script and described this very physical almost-clown show from the booth over […]

Lab Cab- the second

In September 07 I performed in a short piece called FACE ME in the carpentry shop of the Factory Theatre. It was really cool actually, Katherine Sanders and I created and performed it together. It’s a comedy about two sisters trying to bond on Facebook, we lit ourselves with laptops while the audience sat in […]

My Origami Motorcycle

In the spring of 2007 MY ORIGAMI MOTORCYCLE was born. It is a one person play about a trip across the country I made on a motorcycle when I was 18. I had lots of help from friends like Jayne Collins, David King, Katherine Sanders, Stefanie Buxton, Robin Wilcock, Freya Ravensbergen, and Julian Richings. The […]

Headbangers

I helped to create write this wonderful indie theatre rock anthem which was presented at the 31st Annual Rhubarb Festival at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre in February 2010.  HEADBANGERS was conceived and directed by Sasha Kovacs and Jonathan Heppner and created with and performed by Andrya Duff, Tina Fushell, Kat Sandler, and Rebecca Singh.

SCUM Suite

In October 2009 I presented SCUM SUITE, a short sonic choregraphy using a spoken chorus and operatic singing which was derived from Valerie Solanas’s infamous SCUM Manifesto. The piece was selected to be a part of the 5th Annual Hysteria Festival (a festival of Women), at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre. SCUM SUITE was developed with the […]

Great review of Singhski!

We got the following fab review by Evan Webber on Chris Dupuis’s theatre blog, Time and Space: “The territory of hope gets driven over by a sparkler-mounted electric monster-truck in Singhski, part of the Performance Gallery series at the Gladstone. In just under ten minutes, Rebecca Singh and Chad Dembski simply, effortlessly, even childishly show […]

Spoken Words!

I have the amazing fortune of getting to spend two weeks as a resident artist as part of the inaugural Banff Centre for the Arts Spoken Word Program. The incredible Sheri-D Wilson pulled together 15 of Canada’s most exciting spoken word talent and along with our amazing “peer mentors” Ian Ferrier, D. Kimm, and Bob […]