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S.E. Grummett

Artistic Director

S.E. Grummett (they/them) is a queer, transgender theatre artist from Treaty 6 Territory. Over the past 5 years, Grumms has created a body of original queer work and toured it around the world, including Canada, US, UK, Europe and Australia. They are the co-creator of “SCUM: a manifesto”, “Girl in the Box”, “Pack Animals” and “Creepy Boys”. Their solo-show, “Something in the Water", has toured around the world to queer audiences young and old. Next up: “The Adventures of Young Turtle”, a puppet musical for queer and trans youth created by S.E. Grummett and indie music icon, Rae Spoon, premieres at Azimuth Theatre’s Expanse Festival in early 2024. 


Grumms is the recipient of the 2022 RBC Outstanding Award in recognition for their contribution to the queer and trans community across Saskatchewan. 


Outside of self-creation, Grumms also works as a director, puppeteer & video artist.


Holly Brinkman

Artistic Associate

Holly Brinkman is a multi-award winning storyteller from Victoria, BC. A master’s student and alumni from the University of Victoria, Holly is a teacher by-day and raunchy vaudeville performer by-night. Since 2010, Holly has worked as a staff member of the Montreal and Victoria Fringe Festivals. Holly has also performed at Smut Slam (2011 Winner) and Confabulation (Montreal, Victoria, Vancouver). Last summer, Holly toured the Canadian Fringe circuit with her solo-show, A Woman’s Guide to Peeing Outside and other adventures.... The piece has since been produced as the Moberly Arts & Culture Centre (Vancouver) and as part of Western Edge Theatre’s 2017-18 season (Nanaimo). As a board member of Impulse Theatre (Victoria) since 2016 and a staff member of both Intrepid Theatre and the Victoria Fringe Festival, Holly works to create theatre opportunities of queer youth in her community. 

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