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Makers Series

Makers Series: HALEY MCGEE

Prolific writer and performer of critically acclaimed solo shows, Haley McGee will talk about her creation process in this conversation with Soulpepper's Director of Education and Community Engagement, Rohan Kulkarni. You don't want to miss this exciting chat following the June 12 evening performance of Age Is A Feeling.

Wednesday, June 12 at 9:30pm
Young Centre for the Performing Arts, 50 Tank House Lane

This event is free and open to all. 

past makers series conversations

Makers Series: MATT MacKenzie + MARIYA KHOMUTOVA

Join Soulpepper's Associate Artistic Director Luke Reece in a post-show conversation with creators Matt MacKenzie and Mariya Khomutova, who perform in Soulpepper's current production, First Métis Man of Odesa.

Tuesday, May 14 at 7pm
Young Centre for the Performing Arts, 50 Tank House Lane

Makers Series: Raoul BHANEJA

Want to know what it takes to perform a complete Shakespeare play as a solo show? Join Soulpepper's Artistic Director Weyni Mengesha in conversation with acclaimed actor Raoul Bhaneja, who performs in Soulpepper's upcoming production, Hamlet (Solo). This is an event you don't want to miss! 

Thursday, May 16 at 7pm
Young Centre for the Performing Arts, 50 Tank House Lane



Raoul Bhaneja was born in Manchester, UK and raised in Germany and Canada. 
SOULPEPPER 2024: Hamlet (solo) (with Hope and Hell Theatre Co.).
FOR SOULPEPPER: The Seagull (2023), The School For Wives (2000).
OTHER THEATRE: Disgraced (Mirvish/ Hope and Hell Theatre Co.), Life Death and The Blues (Theatre Passe Muraille/ Hope and Hell Theatre - National Tour), Hamlet (solo) (Hope and Hell Theatre Co.), Bashir Lazhar (Tarragon Theatre), Rice Boy (Stratford), Savage Sensuality (Shakespeare's Globe). 
FILM & TELEVISION: Over 130 appearances including Possessor, Miss Sloane, Blindspot, Grey's Anatomy, Clarice. 
OTHER: Graduate of The National Theatre School,. Gemini, Dora and Canadian Comedy Award nominee. 2022 Winner Best Actor, United Solo Festival, New York and leader of Maple Blues Award winners Raoul and The Big Time since 1998.