Eileen is thrilled to be part of this special women’s history project.
A (long time ago) graduate of Studio 58, some of Eileen’s favourite acting projects include: Escaped Alone (Western Gold Theatre – *Jessie Richardson Award nomination), Les Belles Seours (Gateway Theatre), Twelfth Night (Western Gold), It’s a Wonderful Life (Arts Club), The Duchess (Ruby Slippers), Small Parts (Solo Collective), Scratch (Theatre Plexus), My Mother’s Story (Presentation House), Harvest(Gateway Theatre), Dead Man’s Cell Phone (Vancouver Fringe), My Fair Lady (Gateway), How I Learned to Drive (Performance Works – *Jessie Richardson Award recipient)
Eileen can also be seen on large and small screens, most recently in: Love and Sunshine, The Good Doctor, The Magicians, Little Pink House, Hector and the Search for Happiness.
She is an audiobook narrator, and a live audio describer (for theatre-goers with vision loss) with Vocal Eye descriptive arts:
Eileen has worked with student actors, aged 5 to 85, for 35 years, with groups including the Gateway Theatre Academy, Arts Club Theatre, Vancouver Youth Theatre, Presentation House theatre, Theatre 45 (West Vancouver), Richmond Children’s Arts Festival, Langara College, and the Vancouver Peretz Centre.
She is a recent graduate, with a Master’s degree in Liberal Studies, from Simon Fraser University.
And she is so grateful to Diane and Robert for the opportunity to voice Garnet, to hear and share all of these incredible women’s stories, and to learn from and act on the decency and humanity they lived.