Chantal is an artist and educator with a diploma in musical theatre from the Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts. She has been behind the annual Oakville Holiday Pantomime for the past four years as co-writer, director, and choreographer. As a writer, director and producer, her work has been seen in several festivals including the Toronto and Vancouver Fringe Festivals as well as The Short Short Play Festival. The 2017 Toronto Fringe will be her third as writer/producer for “GREY”, previous years were her plays “Perceptions of Love in the Pursuit of Happiness” and “Quarterlife”. Selected acting credits include TV’s “About A Girl”, “Blood Ties”, and “Psych” as well as performing on stage in cabarets, musicals, and plays both in Toronto and Vancouver. Chantal works with drama students aged 12-95 through Sheridan College, Centre Stage Theatre School, and Shadowpath Theatre Productions, who honoured her with their Artist of the Year Award in 2015.
Twleve years ago Richard Buttle killed Jayden Alexander. Today is the day of his parole hearing where he must not only face his own history, but also the father of the boy he killed.
Jumping through time, the circumstances that lead to the crime begin to unravel. Who was really to blame?
In this new drama it becomes very clear that not everything in life is as black and white as one would like to perceive.
Theatre Passe Muraille Mainspace
16 Ryerson Ave., Toronto, ON
Friday, July 7 – 8:00pm
Saturday, July 8 – 4:00pm
Monday, July 10 – 3:15pm
Wednesday, July 12 – 5:45pm
Thursday, July 13 – 12:00pm
Saturday, July 15 – 11:00pm
Sunday, July 16 – 2:45pm