David di Giovanni
Artists & Outreach
Suchiththa Wickremesooriya is a multi-disciplinary actor/educator who has recently been drawn to multi-sensory theatre as well as physical theatre. As an educator, he holds a M.A in Musical Theatre and has been tutoring and teaching a wide array of subjects since the age of 15, including for SIA. Select Credits: The Tempest (Citadel Theatre), The Secret Garden (Theatre Calgary), Midsummer Night’s Dream (SIA), Creases in My Sari (Alumnae Theatre) and Pocket Rocket (Lost and Found). He appeared last on stage in Bend it Like Beckham the Musical, but has continued to perform in Zoom plays, musicals and rehearsed readings. He is passionate about education and very excited to work with SIA’s many talented artist-educators to bring their work to schools all over the GTA, both in-person and online.
Matt Nethersole is a Juno Award nominated multi-disciplinary performer, educator and artivist. His work employs music creation, poetry, dance and theatre to express an eternal longing for nature and the cosmic complexity of human life. Matt’s career has taken him from the stages of Stratford and Shaw to Theatre Passe Muraille and Buddies in Bad Times as well as regional theatres across Canada. Matt is dedicated to using the arts as a mechanism for social change by making art accessible to over-exploited communities. Matt’s greatest hope for his life and work is that it be a symbol of loving kindness and a prompt for others to recognize their inherent power and value.
“The happiness of one’s own heart alone cannot satisfy the soul; one must try to include, as necessary to one’s own happiness, the happiness of others.” – Paramhansa Yogananda
Rikki Katarina is happy to be back working with the SIA family! A recent Honours Grad from YorkU in Theatre Studies and current Acting for Camera and Voice student at Seneca College, throughout her training, she’s had experience in writing, directing, video/sound editing and website design.
Rikki’s ability to approach her work with professionalism was recognized by the John Abbott College Theatre Department where she studied Acting and received the Pamela Montgomery Award upon graduation. A native of Montreal, she now resides in Toronto.
Our Board of Directors
Shakespeare in Action is grateful for the support and guidance of our dedicated and experienced Board of Directors
Member since 2018
Member since 2020
Member since 2020
Call for Directors
Shakespeare In Action Seeking candidates for Board of Directors
Shakespeare in Action is a culturally-diverse theatre company that aspires to enhance the arts and education through exploring and performing Shakespeare’s plays. We are dedicated to fostering literacy, enhancing creativity and promoting speech arts by making the language and stories of Shakespeare accessible and relevant to young audiences, their families and the community Shakespeare in Action seeks to inspire audiences of all ages to discover Shakespeare’s universal truths in our everyday world, showing the influence classical theatre has within our community. Additional information about the organization can be found found throughout our website.
Shakespeare in Action is currently seeking new members to supplement its Board of Directors. Of particular interest are individuals with a background in any of the following areas:
- Web Development
- Strategic Alliances
How to Apply?
Please forward a resume and cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Board of Director Position”