Our Team:

Kenn McLeod (he/him)
Executive Director
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Kenn (he/his) is excited to be joining the Saskatoon Summer Players as Executive Director. Originally from Treaty 4, now living and creating on Treaty 6 territory, Kenn is an award-winning performer, director, educator, and Clown.

He received his BFA in Acting at the University of Regina and his MFA in Directing from The University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Kenn has worked across North America and beyond, most recently as performer with Toronto's Outside the March and The Ministry of Mundane Mysteries.  He has taught Clown and Acting for the University of Saskatchewan, University of Regina, University of New Mexico, Dancing Sky Theatre, Saskatchewan Drama Association, Theatre Saskatchewan, The Saskatchewan Cultural Exchange Tour, Tricklock Theatre, as well as at the National Hispanic Cultural Centre in New Mexico. Kenn has trained with Vancouver Circus School (Vancouver), Dell Arte International School of Physical Theatre (California), Old Trout Puppet Workshop (Alberta), and The Manitoulin Center for Creation and Performance (Ontario).

He was Artistic Director of Hectik Theatre (2004-2016) and Souris Valley Theatre (2014-2018). He is currently pursuing training as an Intimacy Director, is a sessional instructor at the University of Saskatchewan, and Co-Artistic Director of Sorry/Grateful Theatre in Saskatoon. He is a D&D enthusiast, a proud father, and thrilled to be a Saskatchewan Artist

Philippa Williams (they/she)
Interim General Manager
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Philippa (they/she) is a regular old theatre rat from England, best known for diving headfirst into every opportunity possible, and failing to own a decent winter coat.
Phil first joined Saskatoon Summer Players in 2017 and has been a frequent flyer ever since. Their skills range from performing, to production managing, scenic painting, and more. When they're not at SSP, Phil is also a Live Five board member, Mum I'm a Thespian radio host, and the Community Relations Manager for 25th Street Theatre.
Above all else, Phil is passionate about building better theatre practices, where the workers are valued as much as their work.