Amanda Trapp

Sound Designer /
Cafe Daughter

Amanda Trapp (she/they) is a Cree and Saulteaux (member of White Bear First Nations)/settler actor & composer based in Saskatoon, SK. She’s thrilled to be returning to her hometown of Regina to bring the auditory world of Cafe Daughter to life. Select sound design credits: The Excellent and Most Lamentable Tragedy of Romeo + Juliet, As You Like It, Shakespeare’s Will (Shakespeare in the Saskatchewan); The Penelopiad (Ferre Play Theatre); The Unplugging (Common Boots Theatre). Select acting credits: The Invisible: Agents of Ungentlemanly Warfare (Catalyst Theatre); Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley; The Herd; It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play; I Lost My Husband (Persephone Theatre); Art of War (Hardly Art Theatre); Half-Breed Vaudeville, (Sorry/Grateful Theatre). Amanda has a Bachelor in Music Theatre Performance from Sheridan College, studied puppetry at the Banff Centre, and spent six weeks this past summer in NYC training with the Atlantic Theater Company.

Previous at Globe: Debut.
Upcoming: The Little Mermaid, Persephone Theatre (performer); Mistikokamik of Horror, Gordon Tootoosis Native Theatre (playwright); Hamlet, Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan (sound design/ composer).

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