Meg Farhall is a Calgary based actor, arts educator, and administrator. She was Artistic Director of Alberta High School of Fine Arts (2008-2009) and is Co-founder and ensemble cast member of The Late, Late Breakfast Show; a company committed to developing provocative and inclusive sketch comedy.
As an arts educator and administrator, Meg has worked for many Calgary-based organizations including: Pumphouse Theatre Alberta Jr. High Drama Festival, Calgary One-Act Play Festival (Festival Director), Sage Theatre: Ignite Festival, and Company of Rogues Actors’ Studio.
As a performer you may have seen her work on the following stages: Downstage Theatre, Vertigo Theatre, The Shakespeare Company, Theatre Yes, High Performance Rodeo, Major Matt Mason, LunchBox Theatre and more.
Meg holds a Theatre Arts Diploma in Performance from Mount Royal College (2000), a B.FA performance (2002) and a B.Ed. Drama Education degree (2005) from The University of Lethbridge.
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Bianca Miranda is a Filipinx-Canadian actor and theatre-maker based in Calgary. As an artist, she aims to conscientiously and authentically tell stories and advocate for diversity. Recent credits include: Trophy (High Performance Rodeo), inVISIBLE (Handsome Alice Theatre), In & Out of Love (One Yellow Rabbit,) Little Red (Ghost River Theatre/ Major Matt Mason Collective), and Timmy, Tommy, and the Haunted Hotel (Pape & Taper). She is also continuously co-writing and developing, “The F Word”, a piece reclaiming the word “fat”, with her art partner, Keshia Cheesman.