Chaprece is a climate advocate, who worked with communities and governments to advance clean energy and climate justice for over a decade. She enjoys geeking out about the intersections of climate adaptation and embodied knowledge of environmental change.
Daniela is a world-travelling Creative Producer who tours with orchestras, runs socially engaged projects, creates marketing campaigns and loves improv comedy.
Fanny is a Creative Producer on a mission to have better conversations. Let’s elevate small talk to medium talk!
Heather is an audio producer with decades of radio drama experience. Although never before has one of her audio dramas made use of sounds from the real-life flood coming through her own ceiling during production.
Kevin is a Hakka-Chinese Canadian theatre creator, performer, dramaturg, facilitator, producer and environmentalist.
Richard is an award-winning composer, sound designer and recording artist. Since 1990, his work has been featured in hundreds of theatre productions, films, podcasts, and installations.
Sunny is a writer, creator, producer and spreadsheet enthusiast. He is wildly in love with his first e-bike he recently bought: RIP headwinds and hills.
Najla is a multidisciplinary artist and producer passionate about works that envision joyful Black Futures and supporting others in seeing their dreams come true.
Artwork: Travis de Vries, Awesome Black Media
Theme song: Richard Feren
Website design: Markian Tarasiuk, Art Left Creative
PR Agency: C2C Communications
Podcast agency: Podcastcola
International Partnership Consultant: Dani Fecko
Impact Advisor: Stephanie King
Series Advisors: Chanelle Gallant, Ravi Jain, Alex Kelly, Kelly Read, Michelle Yagi
Transcriptions: Zoë Erwin-Longstaff
Credits are listed on each episode page
Special thanks to our 9 episode co-producing partners, our overall series supporting company: Why Not Theatre, our series funding bodies: Canada Council for the Arts, Toronto Arts Council and Ontario Arts Council, our presentation partner: The Cultch, The Arctic Circle Residency Program and fellow residents, Chantal Bilodeau and Climate Change Theatre Action, Rebecca Burton and the Playwrights Guild of Canada, David Corwin and Patches Sound, Mahdis Keshavarz and Podcastcola, Joel Klein, Kathleen Flaherty and Ross Manson and Volcano Theatre, Theatre Passe Muraille
Other special thanks are included on each episode page.It truly does take a village to raise a podcast
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