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May 30, 2022

Performance Lab #21: Manifesting Mentorship with Cynthia Jimenez-Hicks

Manifesting Mentorship. In an industry full of unknowns and heartaches - manifesting your artistic path through mentorship.

In this session with Cynthia we'll take time to reflect on WHAT makes you the artist you are, WHO influenced your artistry, HOW you want to see your artistic journey grow, and WHERE you are inspired to give back to your community. Take a moment to breathe, contemplate on past mentors, consider what mentors are missing in your life. Through a guided exercise we will aim to make these abstract notions into a concrete individual plan.

This session is open to ALL artists with any experience from any discipline.

Cynthia Jimenez-Hicks Cynthia (she/her) is a Filipino-Canadian theatre artist from Amiskwaciwâskahikan. She is currently playing Moaning Myrtle in the San Francisco production of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Cynthia has dedicated much of her career to developing new Canadian Theatre with companies such as fu-GEN Asian Canadian Theatre, Stratford Festival, Studio 180, Bad Hats, Shakespeare in the Ruff, Nightwood and Factory. Tune to A is Cynthia’s new play co-created with Carly Neis and Cameron Kneteman. Tune to A aims to shine a spotlight on allyship and disability representation in the entertainment industry. A graduate of acting at NTS, her performing highlights include: THEATRE: The Candidate, The Party, A Christmas Carol (Citadel), This London Life (Grand), Girls Like That (Tarragon), Boys Girls and Other Mythological Creatures (Carousel Players), FILM: Barbelle Series (KindaTV), Hudson & Rex (CityTV), In the Dark (CW), FROM (Epix). Cynthia has recently worked as an educator and facilitator at Stratford Festival, MacEwan University, Paprika Festival. 

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ASL Interpretation and Auto-Generated Captions will be provided.