Ross Hammond - Project Director & Sound Designer
Ross Hammond is the director of the Murmurs cycle of 2015. In addition to contributing his writing to the series, he has acted as sound designer, recording technician, and (when necessary) the odd female voice that needed recording when pressed for time. Ross would like to thank all of the artists who have trusted him with their precious work for a digital audience, and most importantly for their patience during the production period.
Alanna Dunlop is a Toronto based dramaturg, deviser and director. Co-founder of Raw Matter, a Toronto based interdisciplinary performance collective. Her most recent credits include Idle-Lessons: Cycle 1 (Raw Matter, 2015) a performance exploring recent changes to Ontario's sexual education curriculum. Alanna is a graduate of York University's Theatre Program where she specialized in Devised Theatre and Dramaturgy.
Megan Demelo is a graduate of York University’s Theatre Studies program where she also minored in History. She has been writing stories since she could hold a pencil and had the chance to expand that passion into dramaturgy during her university years. She has a great interest in animation, comics, tattoos, video games and anything involving Tim Burton or Johnny Depp. Megan has also worked with The Deadman's Tale (2015), Young People’s Theatre, the Playwright’s Guild of Canada, Telling Tales Out of School (York University, 2013) and The Ashley Plays (York University, 2012). She is currently enrolled in the Intermediate/Senior Education program at York University.
Wesley McKenzie - Sound Designer
Wesley McKenzie is a sound, lighting and projections designer involved in the Toronto theatre scene. His work can be seen in the Murmurs series of podcast in both Cranberry Sauce and Shelby. Wesley’s work can also be heard in House of Rebel’s Mysteries in Transit series.
Past sound design credits include: The Deadman’s Tale podcast series; Three women mourn the Apocalypse (Old Norman Productions); Intangible Trappings and The Misunderstanding (Lester Tripps Theatre Company); LULU v.2 // because bad things happen to bad girls (the red light district).