Miranda Macdougall

Born and raised in Southwestern Ontario, Miranda sparked an early interest in story-telling and performance. She holds a BFA in Acting from the University of Windsor's conservatory program, and has had the privilege of working alongside world-renowned theatre artists and actors, including a handful of summers spent studying with Anne Bogart's SITI Company. Upon graduation in 2015, Miranda worked briefly in Toronto - giving a critically-acclaimed performance as Curley's Wife in John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men - before moving to Vancouver to further her career in film and television. In addition to performance, Miranda is an emerging director, playwright and theatre creator, having written, produced and performed her one-woman show GLASSJAW for sold out audiences in both Ontario and Vancouver. She hopes to remain a human sponge for as long as possible (ie,forever) and considers herself a lifelong learner committed to empowering marginalized voices and spreading love for our natural world. 

instagram: @miramac twitter: @mira_mac

Catch Miranda playing Izzy Bowin/Devoe on CW's The Flash, and in the upcoming indie comedy short Tachyon Delivery Service.  

Zoe in Dear Evan Hansen (Laughing Matters Theatre)
June 2nd-3rd 2018 - Goldcorp Stage, BMO Theatre Centre



elizabeth willow

Elizabeth Willoughby is a theatre artist born and raised in Vancouver, BC. Growing up, Elizabeth was an avid participant in various acting, dance, and musical theatre programs. This passion carried on in to her adult life leading her to complete a BFA in Acting at the University of British Columbia. She has continued her training with a variety of workshops and classes since graduating, and is committed to always finding ways to grow in her artistic practise. Her recent credits include An Assertive Girl, part of Speakeasy Theatre's Pull Fest VII, Mothers, Daughters, Grandmothers (Excavation Theatre), Mr. Foote's Other Leg (United Players), Ghosts (United Players), Love, Lust, and Lace (Gas Pedal Productions)- a show created by her UBC cohort which she also produced and publicized for the 2016 Fringe Festival, and Dry Land (Rumble Theatre). Elizabeth was also part of the workshop team for Amiel Gladstone's new play Three Winters, which premieres in the Cultch's 2018/19 season. Elizabeth's artistic practise is driven by her curious nature. She strives to bring a sense of play and adventure to all of her work, and is always determined to find new and interesting ways forward for herself and her community. Coming up in August, you can catch Elizabeth in Theory, as part of Rumble Theatre's Tremors Festival.


callum gunn: 
co-director emeritus



November 2016

Our first project GLASSJAW was an original Canadian work written by Miranda MacDougall. Inspired by true events, the play puts audience members face to face with one woman as she deals with a life-changing diagnosis. A boxer, a mother, a lover and a fighter - this is her story.

Little Thief Theatre & Actors Company teamed up with Eastside Boxing Club of Vancouver's Downtown Eastside, where the show took place in the ring. A portion of the shows revenue was donated to NICCSS- Vancouver Roving Leaders Program - a flexible, community-based initiative that connects and engages vulnerable, at-risk children & youth in the Grandview-Woodlands, Hastings-Sunrise, Renfrew-Collingwood and Downtown Eastside neighbourhoods.

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