Paula Schultz – Theatre in Education Coordinator
Paula is a graduate of Queen’s University (BA/BEd) where she was a member of the Artist in Community focus track and completed her alternate practicum with the Stratford Shakespeare Festival. As an actor she has performed with the Thousand Islands Playhouse, Theatre Kingston, Stage West, Dream North (Toronto/Whitehorse), Rose Theatre (Shakespeare in the Square), Humber River Shakespeare and others.
She has taught the Ontario Drama and English curricula at the high school level and has over ten years of experience as an instructor in recreational arts programs.
As Artistic Director for Humber River Shakespeare Kevin has directed Macbeth, Twelfth Night, Much Ado About Nothing, The Taming of the Shrew, The Comedy of Errors, A Christmas Carol, among other plays. Kevin spent five years as Artistic Director for Toronto’s Shakespeare in the Rough (2001-2005).
Kevin is the featured voice performer for Oxford University Press’ OXFORD NEXT on-line Shakespeare Program. Kevin is a member of the Michael Langham Workshop for Classical Direction at the Stratford Festival where he has worked as Assistant Director on You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown and Measure for Measure. In 2013 Kevin was nominated for the Christopher Plummer Fellowship Award of Excellence.
Kevin has participated in the Teaching Shakespeare School at the Stratford Festval and has completed the Certificate Course in Arts Education in partnership with York University and the Stratford Shakespeare Festival.
Sara attended Ryerson in Theatre Acting and completed her degree in Creative Writing from York University. She has been an artist-educator for 15 years, working with students in classrooms from the GTA to New York with Expect Theatre, Driftwood, and Shakesperience. Sara also teaches movement and yoga to high school students.
As an actor, Sara has enjoyed performing in various Shakespeare productions with Driftwood Theatre, Shakespeare in the Rough, Theatre By the Bay, Spark Productions (Toronto, Philadelphia), Tempest Theatre, and Humber River Shakespeare.