Meg Gibson - Choreographer

New to the UTC family we welcome Meg Gibson as Choreographer. Meg started her theatre career during childhood in 1990, when her mother was performing in Scarborough Theatre Guild's production of “Musical Comedy Murders of 1940." In 1994 Meg's first stage performance was "The Wizard of Oz" this experience cemented her love of performance and live theatre. From that moment on, she was involved in three to five productions per season, learning how to create and portray characters from all walks of life; bringing the truth of human experience to each one. ” 
Meg's early introduction as she started volunteering (or being volunteered) for various front of house, crew, operator and assistant stage manager positions. She was lucky to find a handful of tolerant and knowledgeable designers, Stage Managers and Directors, who were willing to answer her many questions and teach her the different elements of theatre craft. This education was invaluable as she learned all the tricks that are used to create magic on the stage.
Meg attended Sheridan College, she went west and continued her training, graduating with a Bachelors of Fine Arts degree; with a major in Drama and minor in Dance from the University of Calgary and continued with Dance Decidedly Jazz Danceworks. Meg taught Drama Workshops, Beginner’s Ballet, Beginner’s Jazz, Boogie Oogie, and Drama. Upon her return to Toronto she returned to the stage performing and began looking for the opportunity to expand her skill. Meg stepped backstage in the role of Artistic team and has seventeen productions as Co-Producer, Choreographer/Sound Designer, Stage Manager-Tour, Choreographer/Musical Director, Fight Choreographer, Assistant Director/Choreographer and Director.