Dancer, actor, and visual artist Spirit Synott’s extensive training includes a diploma (with honours) from the Ontario College of Arts, and actor training with Actors Equity Showcase, Toronto Theatre Alliance, Actors Co-op, Sears & Switzer, and Debajehmujig Theatre. She has studied and performed dance with Debbie Wilson (modern and ballet), Rachel Gorman (repertoire and modern), Ronald Taylor (African/Carribean modern), Anthony Guerra (African/Caribbean folk), Almond Small (modern), and Lisandro Gomez (Argentinian Tango).
Spirit has performed in an impressive range of venues including: Nathan Philips Square, the Betty Oliphant Theatre, Roy Thompson Hall, and Harbourfront in Toronto; the Rose Theatre in Brampton, Ontario; City Hall in Burlington, Vermont; the NAC, Ottawa; the EPCOR Centre for Performing Arts in Calgary; The Round House in British Columbia; and The Millennium Centre, Winnipeg. Spirit’s multidisciplinary, cross cultural creation work with Debajehmujig Theatre on Manitoulin Island expands the boundaries of inclusion, exploration and innovation.
I Hope you enjoy What you see, and please post your comments and rate the videos. Share them with those you think may also enjoy. I have been performing dance professionally for over 15 years. Most recently the following award:
ACTRA MEMBER SPIRIT SYNOTT WINNER OF THE 2014 CAROL McGREGOR AWARD FOR DISABILITY RIGHTS ACTIVISM | Honour bestowed in celebration of International Day of Persons with Disabilities.