CSARN Mentor and Artistic Advisor Sheila McCarthy talks about mentoring
30. Male –
Experienced musical theatre performer/actor. Prefers to work with male emerging artist.
31. Male –
Former member of Stratford Company –
33. Male –
Actor/Director. Highly experienced, currently performing. Offering one on one mentorships.
34. Male –
Experienced actor/director/educator willing to mentor in either acting or directing to an emerging artist or to schools, institutions, etc. Would prefer in the Niagara Peninsula/Hamilton area.
36. Female –
Experienced actor in film, television and theatre who also currently coaches acting, singing, and dialects
37. Male –
Internationally renowned voiceover specialist willing to offer one on one or group mentorships to schools, institutions, etc. Fluent in French and Spanish as well as some Swedish.
38. Female –
Actor with wide-
40. Female –
Actor/Singer/Acting Coach/Teacher. Extensive, widely eclectic background, Interested in offering mentorships to emerging artists in one on one format or workshops, seminars to schools, institutions, etc and encouraging as diverse a group as possible
43. Female –
Actor/Singer/Teacher of voice and drama with leadership qualities in volunteering for the community. Feels mentor should be currently performing and offers this in all types of mentorships.
44. Female –
Actor/Director/Writer has acted off and on for 20 years. Interested in offering one on one mentorships to emerging artists or to schools, institutions, etc. Has given stress management and change workshops for actors. Feels one must be current.
45. Male –
Actor/Director/Teacher. Huge acting background. Offering one on one mentorship in acting or in small groups. Limited mobility.
46. Female –
Musical theatre actor/singer/dancer/director, Varied background. Would be offering musical theatre/public speaking/coaching in song and text preparation in all types of mentorships. Willing to travel.
47. Female –
Actor/Singer/Vocal coach Particularly interested in offering mentorships (all types) on how to survive when obstacles befall you. Has offered many workshops internationally on artists and breast cancer.
49. Female –
108. Male –
Widely experienced actor/director /author who is interested in mentoring in the realities of the professional life either one on one or in a seminar format
133. Female –
Widely experienced actor in Canada and internationally offering not only acting but life and career skills as well.
142. Male –
Experienced actor/theatre manager with programming, development and marketing experience as well interested in mentorship which would benefit from his wide range of experience.
165. Male –
This former professor and acting coach at Dalhousie University’s Theatre Department is interested in sharing what he has learned in more than 40 years as a stage actor.
167. Male –
This mentor worked in Britain for 15 years before moving to Canada. He has since appeared in films, commercials, television, and on stage, including the Stratford Festival.
170. Female –
An actor since preschool in U.K., trained in the U.K. and Canada, a professional actor across Canada for fifteen years, director, producer, actor in her own theatre for ten years. Acting teacher for all ages within the community. A flair for comedy, and an eternal, sympathetic, interest in people.
147. Male –
Widely experienced (in both the U.S. and Canada) stage director, artistic director and educator interested in either one-
174. Male –
In this mentor’s own words, “My task is to help crystallize and sharpen perspective in and industry that so often looks inward but, in my opinions, needs, always, to keep an outward eye on the world which we, as artists, are here to serve/influence/challenge/change/improve/make more human. I can offer the encouragement and experience to a mentee that aids healing and helps draw the roadmap for moving onward and upward.”
183. Male – Winnipeg
“My film work has always been rooted in the primitive, the practical, and the surreal; and has relied on my being well read in all sorts of lit, and fully conversant in all eras and genres of film history. My work is often a repurposing of previous tropes and story-telling conventions into new forms, the new repurposed from the old.”
95. Male –
This writer has nine books published and television credits including episodes of Law & Order, Street Legal and Night Heat.
96. Female –
Award winning playwright of stage plays, film and radio plays with extensive experience as artistic director of festivals.
98. Female –
Writer of Plays as well as fiction and non-
99. Female – Toronto
Playwright/Screenwriter and Radio Drama – This award winning writer has had plays produced on stages in Canada and in London, England and her film scripts have won numerous awards.
100. Male –
102. Male –
This award winning writer has written or co written some 30 plays as well as 4 novels, 3 short story collections, 11 poetry collections and numerous chapbooks
103. Female –
120. Male –
TV/Radio writer and former CBC executive Producer is eager to assist an emerging or mid career writer to take their art to the next level.
132. Male –
With 68 years under his belt writing for TV in film, series, docs and feature film as well as being a director, producer and editor, this writer is eager to share his wisdom and experience with an emerging or mid career writer.
181 – Female – Toronto
Award-winning playwright, with over 30 years of experience and productions across Canada. Finalist for the Governor General’s Literary Award. I hold a MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Guelph. I continue to write plays and currently have two commissions. I am also very involved in the theatre community, sitting on juries and the Playwrights Guild of Canada Women’s Caucus Steering Committee. I’ve presented my work and run workshops at international playwriting conferences. As a mentor, I am supportive, encouraging and collaborative