“I almost have this naive faith in life at times, trusting that everything will be okay. It’s a string connecting me to some higher power, I’d like to think, helping me find purpose and keep trudging on.” About Chasity St.Louis
Sarah Goodwill: I do what it takes to feel confident, but it’s been an ongoing struggle to challenge and change my thought patterns.
“Creating health and peace in my life helps me cope with stress and the chaos of being an artist and a semi introverted neurotic in a fast-paced world.” About Sarah Goodwill Sarah Goodwill is a Vancouver based theatre, film and
Jay Daniel Flett: I don’t really look at anything that I’ve done in my life as a failure, but my greatest obstacle in the past was fear.
“Before I would over-think things and I would talk myself out of everything. Now I just do it. Doubt opens the door for a lot of thought that could become negative. I could talk myself out of an experience that could
Ryan Griffith: I just want to tell stories that stick with people
“I never wanted to be an artist. I grew up in Woodstock, NB. And when I grew up in Woodstock, no one in their right mind would have considered being an artist a real job.” About Ryan Griffith — Writer
Broadus Mattison: Before now I never felt that I was following my true path
“I enjoy portraying men of strong purpose and character, roles that display integrity, fortitude, dignity, and a ferocious desire to achieve their objectives, by hook or by crook; characters that embody the phrase Invictus Maneo “I remain unvanquished.” ~Broadus About
Steven Holmes: One day, in the midst of feeling angry and self destructive, I just woke up.
“I love acting because it is always changing and evolving. I also believe story has the ability to reach anyone anywhere. And so being a story teller is truly an honor.” About Steven Holmes Steven made his stage debut in
Theo Devaney: Honesty and ease with who you are reads as self-confidence and is infectious – and you need not be phoney or insensitive when being so.
“You need endurance to be an artist. Anyone can make art over short distances. To be an artist in your own eyes you need a relationship with your work over a long period of time. Try not to bow out
Mike Kovac: Sometimes I am hit with the big, bad, ugly doubt in the middle of the night – so I wake up and do something to move back in the right direction.
Actor, Filmmaker and Fight Choreographer: Mike Kovac I met mike on the set of a theatre show I did last year called Made of Stone. He was our fight choreographer and I had so much fun watching him work. The
Kevan Ohtsji: Growth comes from falling down and getting back up, it comes from living life, it comes from heartache.
“My greatest periods of growth have come when I have been in solitude – usually surrounded by nature. I have found that I self reflect more during those times, discover more of my genuine interests independently of anyone else’s opinion.”
Jane Hancock: There was a moment when I decided that I would have to contribute to my success, and decide what success even meant to me.
Be honest, about your craft and with yourself. Find out why you want to do this, why you love it, because if you don’t know then it will eat you alive on the days when it’s difficult and it