Sabrina Gabrielle is an emerging Toronto based performer. She is a recent graduate of George Brown College in Commercial Dance. This is Sabrina’s voiceover debut. Notable credits include Next Stage (George Brown College-2020), Pause (Toronto Film School-2020), Anne of Green Gables (Oshawa Little Theatre-2018) among others. You can find her online @sabrinagabrielle_
Lauren Van Klaveren (she/they) is a Toronto storyteller and creative best known for her performances as her burlesque personna "Sam Antics." This is their first time contributing to an audiobook production.
Karin Murray-Bergquist is a writer, actor, and podcaster currently studying for a PhD at Memorial University of Newfoundland. Most recently, Karin's acting experience includes Brannoc in the radio comedy Corentin in Quarantine, First Lord/Pandar in Shakespeare By The Sea's production of Pericles, Prince of Tyre, and Maria in the SBTS series "Shakespeare Shorts" (Twelfth Night). As one half of the Practical Fantasists writing team, Karin co-wrote Corentin in Quarantine, and is thoroughly enjoying being part of another audio drama!
Nick Rocca is a Youtuber and travel vlogger currently living in Toronto, Ontario. Nick started his Youtube channel Nick Tours in 2020 and loves to share his passion for travel with the world. You can find his channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZN8ZGqPG3jE5P8thX83omw Tin Wings is Nick's second journey as a patron in the world of Avaria and in his spare time loves to cook and bake between his adventures in Minecraft. You can find him on Instagram @Nick.tours
Raised in Prince Edward County, Joshua crossed the country to study vocal performance and theatre at Trinity Western University. On the West coast he has appeared with Vancouver Chamber Choir, musica intima, and Vancouver Opera In Schools. In Toronto, Joshua is a section lead at St. James Cathedral, and a founding member of Fonitika Vocal Ensemble. Favourite past shows include Titanic: A New Musical (Theatre Under the Stars), The Last 5 Years (Stone's Throw Productions) and Melancholiac: The Music of Scott Walker (Bad New Days). When he's not singing (or humming in the park), you'll find him solving computer...