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University of Alberta


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Tiffany Ayalik

Tiffany Ayalik
Tiffany Ayalik Tiffany Ayalik - Performer, Night Tiffany Ayalik was born in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories and is of Inuit ancestry. It was in the North, listening to stories from her elders that she discovered her love of storytelling, and the powerful change that hearing a story can bring about. After receiving her Diploma in Acting from Red Deer Collage, she continued her studies at the University of Alberta, and graduated 'With Distinction' from the Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting. Tiffany's other credits include Sedna in The Legend of Sedna (Table D'Hote Theatre) Woman in A Taste of the Wildcat (Stuck in a Snowbank Theatre), Bobby in The Big League (Manitoba Theatre for Young People), Kili and Elrond in The Hobbit (Manitoba Theatre for Young People), singing and storytelling as a cultural representative for the Northwest Territories at the 2010 Olympics (BDK Services), Lady Capulet in Romeo and Juliet (University of Alberta), Clara in Hay Fever (RDC Arts Centre), Queen Gertrude in Hamlet (RDC Arts Centre), Reporter in Aklavik Journals (Stuck in a Snowbank Theatre). Tiffany would like to thank the Human Cargo team and her family for all of their support.


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Tiffany Ayalik
Tiffany Ayalik Tiffany Ayalik - Performer, Night Tiffany Ayalik was born in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories and is of Inuit ancestry. It was in the North, listening to stories from her elders that she discovered her love of storytelling, and the powerful change that hearing a story can bring about. After receiving her Diploma in Acting from Red Deer Collage, she continued her studies at the University of Alberta, and graduated 'With Distinction' from the Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting. Tiffany would like to thank the Human Cargo team and her family for all of their support.


WWPT ANNOUNCES OUR 2017/18 SEASON - Workshop West Playwrights' Theatre

Featuring Tiffany Ayalik


http://www.gov.nt.ca/olympics/showcasing_talent/performers/biographies.html

Tiffany Ayalik, Yellowknife
Photo of Tiffany Ayalik Tiffany Ayalik, Yellowknife Tiffany Ayalik is a third year Acting student at The University of Alberta. Tiffany is from Yellowknife where she discovered her knack for theatre at a young age. Despite growing up in the North, Tiffany has enjoyed many opportunities to work with extremely gifted artists. Tiffany excels in acting, dancing, traditional storytelling and stage combat. Once Tiffany has completed her studies at U of A, she hopes to continue to work as a professional storyteller. Tiffany has appeared in "The Wizard of Oz", "Hamlet", "the dada play..." and "A Winter's Tale Project". Tiffany couldn't be happier to be involved with her fellow northerners to showcase the hidden gems of the North.


After the House Lights: Café Daughter holds a mirror up to you are and where you've been - Workshop West Playwrights' Theatre

In chatting with Lisa C. Ravensbergen and Tiffany Ayalik about Café Daughter, the show they're currently directing and starring in respectively, you get an immediate sense of the chemistry they must have in the rehearsal hall.
Tiffany and Lisa first worked together last fall in Victoria's Belfry Theatre's production of Tomson Highway's The Rez Sisters. Although Café Daughter is a look at the story of one particular person growing up in rural Saskatchewan, Tiffany says the story it tells and moments it shares are ones that many Aboriginal people relate to.


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