Sally Singal (actra, caea)

Delighted to celebrate 35 years in the acting business, Sally is optimistic about the future. In her career, Sally has performed extensively across Canada. Highlights include playing Liz/Unicorn in Jessica at Northern Light Theatre in Edmonton, performing in Masada, a one-person show at the Great Canadian Theatre Company in Ottawa, and acting in several seasons at the Stratford Festival where she starred as Rosaline in Love's Labour's Lost, directed by the late, great Michael Langham. 

Sally has completed numerous tours in her years at the Globe Theatre in Saskatchewan, performing for youngsters and adults. Her top touring experience was to play Zhaboonigan Peterson in Tomson Highway's The Rez Sisters, directed by Larry Lewis, across Canada, and at the Edinburgh Festival, after originating the role in Toronto.

Sally always enjoys working in her home town and her childhood dreams were realized when she played Janice/Grace in Someday at the Centaur Theatre, and Edith Frank in The Diary of Anne Frank at the Segal Center.

She received her training at York University in the Master of Fine Arts program, run by David Smukler and Michele George, and continues to train in the Tom Todoroff workshop. Sally also has a PhD from McGill University in psychology where she researched the therapeutic effects of psychodrama and, to her delight, she proved that the theatre is full of wonderful healing forces. Sally loves being a mom to her beautiful son and lives happily in Montréal.