Quincy Armorer has worked professionally as an actor, director, instructor and administrator for several years. As an actor, he has worked at the Stratford Festival, Centaur Theatre, Black Theatre Workshop, St. Lawrence Shakespeare Festival, Geordie Productions, Repercussion, Piggery Theatre, Shakespeare by the Sea, among many others. He studied in the Theatre Department at Concordia University and at the Birmingham Conservatory for Classical Theatre at the Stratford Festival. He was Associate Artistic Director of Black Theatre Workshop for the 2005-2006 season, before being named as Artistic Director in 2011.
Adèle has been the General Manager at BTW since February 2005 working with three BTW artistic directors. She has an MBA specializing in Not-for-Profit organizations from Concordia University’s John Molson School of Business and an undergrad double major in Linguistics and German. In 2012 she was named Protégé by the Mallory Gilbert Award Winner Chuck Childs. She is currently on the METAs Committee and the Diversity Committee of the Conseil Québécois du théâtre.
Outreach & Marketing Coordinator
Kym Dominique-Ferguson is a Montreal-based actor, spoken word artist and a producer. He is the founder and Artistic Director of Madpoetix Productions and created three annual and monthly spoken word events in the city: The Art of Performing Aural Sex, the Phenomenal 5IVE and the Madpoetix Soirée Open Mic. Kym trained as an actor at the Edna Manley College: School of Drama in Kingston, Jamaica. He returned to Montreal and studied Cinema at Dawson College, then Concordia’s Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema after which he threw himself headfirst into spoken word poetry, performing and producing. Feeling the call to return to theatre, Kym joined the BTW Artist Mentorship Program 2015-16 ensemble and sharpened up his acting skills. He is currently writing his one-man play Dear Black Man, a story about a Black man dealing with the racial issues of society, as well as stigmas and stereotypes about mental illness. He is ecstatic to join the Black Theatre Workshop family as the Outreach & Marketing Coordinator.
Artist Mentorship Program Coordinator
After almost a decade in Montreal, Warona now feels like a native. An actress and teacher, Warona is a graduate of the Virginia Tech Theatre Arts program. As an actor, she has worked with several theatre companies in Montreal including Black Theatre Workshop, Imago Theatre, Teesri Duniya and Tableau D’Hote. She is also co-founder of Metachroma Theatre. She was fortunate enough to have been a part of Black Theatre Workshop’s former Youthworks program, and until recently the Co-Coordinator of Artista, a theatre mentorship program for young women. Warona is excited and honoured to be working with The Artist Mentorship Ensemble, the future generation of Montreal English theatre.
School Tour Coordinator
Christine Rodriguez, described by CULT#MTL as having “… nuclear presence on stage,” is an emerging artist who’s play Dreaming in Autism has placed her on the proverbial map. The play won third prize at Ottawa Little Theatre’s 72nd National One-Act Playwriting Competition. Adjudicator Garry Davey says the play is a “strongly imagined piece with a distinctive style.” The French version was the focal point of an episode on ICI Radio-Canada’s Médium Large during Autism Awareness Month in April 2014. A natural progression to Dreaming in Autism, Christine’s new play, The Autism Monologues, goes beyond her own personal story and shares the points of view of many other people related to autism. Christine developed the play during the 2014-15 BTW Artist Mentorship Program and her short term mentorship with the m-a-i in 2015. Christine is thrilled to be back with BTW for the 2016-17 season working as the School Tour Coordinator.