Frank Chung is a Korean-Canadian actor who is a grateful alumnus of York University’s Department of Theatre. He is humbled to be involved in a creation process that will contribute to the next generation of Canadian theatre makers. Theatre Credits: Timothy Findley’s The Wars (Grand Theatre); A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Romeo and Juliet (Canadian Stage); Romeo and Juliet (Classical Theatre Project); Shakespeare Meets Hip-Hop (Shakespeare in Action); Dido Queen of Carthage, Deportation Cast, Post-National, The Merchant of Venice, Orestes 2.0, Scorched (Theatre@York).
Film/TV Credits: The Swan (Leif Films Inc.), Age of Samurai: Battle for Japan
(Netflix/Smithsonian Canada). Other: Graduate of the BFA Acting Conservatory at York
*The participation of this Artist is arranged by permission of Canadian Actors’ Equity Association under the provisions of the Dance Opera Theatre Policy.
**The producer acknowledges the cooperation of ACTRA Toronto in the production of this Film.
Jasnoor Sandhur is in her fourth year, completing her BFA in Theatre at York. She will be playing Marina in this wonderful production, HAGS! This is her first Zoom play and she is excited to be working on this production! Some of her theatre credits include playing, Step-Daughter in Six Characters in Search of an Author, The Village in The Vagina Monologues, Viola in Twelfth Night, and Lily in Bluebirds .
Joshua Kilimnik (he/him) is excited to be playing Eric in HAGS; the first time he’s ever originated a role! Joshua is in his second year of Theatre at York University and his favourite colour is yellow.
Selected theatre credits: My Favourite Year as Benjy Stone, the upcoming radio plays Hideous, Hideous and The Radio Play Disaster (Vanier College Productions), Into the Woods as Wolf/Cinderella’s Prince (Wavestage Productions), Les Misérables as Jean Valjean, Beauty and the Beast as The Beast, Crazy for You as Bela Zangler (Mackenzie Music Productions)
Film/TV credits: Odd Squad as Odd Todd (PBS Kids/Sinking Ship Productions), the Bruno and Boots movie trilogy as Elmer Drimsdale (YTV/Aircraft Pictures), Backstage as George Gladwell (Family Channel/DHX), People of Earth (TBS/Conaco), Buzzard (Ford Films) and Winner of “Best Student Film” at the 2019 Vaughan Film Festival for My Strange Addiction.
Din Dizon is a current student at York University, pursuing her BA in Theatre. She is in her third
year at York’s Theatre program, specifically the Performance, Creation, and Research stream.
Her most recent theatre credits were during her high school years playing Miriam in The Day
They Kidnapped the Pope and Audrey in Little Shop of Horrors. Some of her commercial credits
were in a couple of Earth Ranger commercials as well as for Canterbury. She is grateful to be
cast and to participate in an up and coming form of non-traditional theatre due to the world’s
The Silent Majority
Jacob Hope is a 5th year Performance Creation and Research student at York University specializing in Devised Theatre. He enjoys working on festivals and is also interested in directing and creating theatre in conjunction with music. Some of his recent projects include co-creator of Goodnight, Sunny (2020 DT Festival), writer/director of Post-Pracki (2019 playGround festival), and performer in Wet (2020 playGround Festival). Jacob is grateful for the privilege to continue working on theatre even from his own home and especially with a group of such admirable individuals.