Artistic Director, Performer, Designer

Hayley Pace is a graduate of the Devised Theatre & Design programs at York University, and since has worked internationally in Antwerp, Prague, Edinburgh, Minneapolis and New York. She is founder of The Teeny Tiny Music Show and has self-produced her shows with the company for 3 years in various festivals throughout Ontario. Her storytelling shows include the show of the same name, and High School Symphony which has played in venues such as The Baltimore House, Paupers Pub, Theatre Passe Muraille, The Painted Lady and The Randolph Theatre. She is a former member of the ad-hoc devised theatre collective Outrun the Mill, co-creating A Language for Dogs and Paperweight at the Hamilton Fringe Festival.


Hayley is also a Production Designer and Costume Designer for film and television having worked with various emerging filmmakers in Toronto such as Kelly Paoli, Jon Elliott, Erica Orofino and Guillermo de la Rosa. Hayley designs all promotional material for her shows, and for artists such as emerging musician, T. Thomason, and Broadway and television star, Tovah Feldshuh.



Ryan is a Toronto based theatre creator,  graduate of the York University Devised theatre program with honours. He is coming off of an Artistic Internship for the preview Theatre Gargantua's The Wager (2018). Directing credits include High School Symphony (2018) and The Teeny Tiny Music Show (2017) at the Toronto Fringe Festival, as well as The Teeny Tiny Music Show (2016) at the Hamilton Fringe Festival. After serving as L/D and Projection head for Paperweight (2015) at the Hamilton Fringe, Ryan developed a love for shadow art, doing shows in unconventional spaces, and using lo-fi technical elements to create immersive experiences.


Music Director, Composer, Multi-Instrumentalist

Daniel Walsh graduated  with a B.A. in Jazz Guitar at York University. {EDIT} multi-instrumentalist based out of Toronto, Canada. He built the beginnings of his career as a street performer and the founder of Turbo Street Funk in 2010 where he served as the manager, arranger, front man and composer for the group for 3 years. Since that time he has moved on to work as a sideman and featured artist for a number of acts around Toronto such as DLO, Saul Torres, The Shuffle Demons, Backtrack Band, Red Pepper Spectacle Arts, Zakary Miller, Riotron, Ted Peters and Gumbo YaYa and many others and has had his original compositions featured on Jazz FM as well as on Indie FM.

Daniel is renowned as a high 
energy performer who’s completely unafraid of making a crowd dance and, having played on stages such as Roy Thompson Hall and the Air Canada Center to the Smiling Buddha and The Opera House, Daniel is a seasoned performer, improviser and entertainer.


Stage Manager

Coming soon!



Geneviève Canavan is a Toronto-based director, dramaturg, devisor and playwright from Walpole, Massachusetts. She is a recent graduate from York University's Devised Theatre and Playwriting program. She is trained in Viewpoints with Michael Greyeyes, as well as Riverwork with Allyson McMackon. Geneviève has worked with Siobhan Richardson and taken her "Choreographing Intimacy" workshop. While studying Playwriting at York University, her professor Judith Rudakoff provided guidance and insight into a few of her works that are currently being developed. 


Geneviève has worked internationally as the co-director and dramaturg of You've Got to be Kidney Me! last summer in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.  Recent assistant directing and devising credits include Scorched (Theatre@York) and Peeled (Theatre@York's Devised Theatre Festival). 


More coming soon!

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