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the board at dtc.

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Jill Raymond

Founder & Artistic Director

Jill is a British-Canadian creator, performer, and artrepreneur. She has performed on three continents with more than fifteen years of work, training and development internationally. She lives, works and creates on the unceeded lands of Coast Salish peoples of the sc̓əwaθenaɁɬ təməxʷ (Tsawwassen), S’ólh Téméxw (Stó:lō), Kwantlen, Stz'uminus, xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ílwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations, and is passionate about theatre as a tool to provoke discussion and awareness, and explore complex social and societal conversations.


Founding Board Member

Isabel grew up in Mexico, where she started her career in theatre as Stage and Production Manager. In 2016, she moved to Vancouver to become an Actress and trained at the William Davis’ Centre with respected coaches like Chilton Crane, Brad Gibson, Andrew McIllroy, and Rick Tae, amongst others. Some of her stage credits include Hysteria (Cultch Historic; Havana Theatre), De Donde? (Revue Stage), Love/Sick (Havana Theatre), and Six (VanArts Theatre). She currently sits on the Board of Directors of Direct Theatre Collective. Isa's film and television credits are listed on her IMDb page.

Jenna Grubaugh

Founding Board Member

Jenna is an interdisciplinary theatre artist who has been working on and behind Vancouver stages for three decades. With a B.A. in Theatre and a minor in Peace, Justice, & Conflict Studies, Jenna's passions lie at the intersection of art and social justice. Most of her time now is taken up practicing non-violent conflict resolution with her three young kids, but she's also had the opportunity to work on a few meaningful projects in between: Still the Kettle Sings (Plan Z Theatre), Agnes of God (Stones Throw Productions), and filling the role of Community Liaison for Dark Glass Theatre's powerful production of Ruined. Jenna feels so grateful to be on the board of DTC with this team of powerful women, and is looking forward to many more opportunities to use theatre as a voice and vehicle for social change.

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