CARRIE LIBLING (Founder/Artistic Director) Carrie is the Owner and Artistic Director of Electric Moon Theatre Company. Originally from Montreal, Carrie holds a BFA in Performing Arts from Boston’s Emerson College and worked as an actor and voiceover artist in New York for 7 years, before relocating to Toronto in 2005. She began her theatre education career over 20 years ago, as the Music and Drama Director for 4 summers at Double “H” Hole in the Woods Ranch, a Paul Newman camp for children with critical illnesses – producing, directing, writing, music directing and choreographing the weekly talent show. While in New York, she continued to combine her passion for theatre and teaching while working for Camp Broadway, creating and instructing workshops for Broadway shows. After appearing in several original children’s musicals at Vital Theatre Company in New York City, Carrie became their Director of Family Programming, where she spent 5 years commissioning, producing and directing original musicals for children. In 2009, following the success of Pinkalicious, The Musical Off-Broadway, Carrie produced the first Canadian Production of the show at the Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts – it’s originally planned 6-week run lasting over 6 sold-out months. From 2012 to 2017 Carrie worked as the Education Coordinator at the Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts overseeing, programming and implementing school performances and theatre workshops, afterschool theatre programs and summer camps, guest artist in the classroom programs and lunch-time in school theatre programs. In April 2017, Carrie created Electric Moon Theatre Company. With Electric Moon Carrie has produced and directed sold out runs of Fancy Nancy Splendiferous Christmas, Big Nate the Musical and Junie B. Jones the Musical at the Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts; and the touring productions of Big Nate the Musical and Geronimo Stilton Mouse in Space. She has also developed and brought Electric Moon’s arts education programs into numerous school boards and camps across Ontario. Carrie is the mom to 3 (also theatre-loving) kids, who you can usually spot in the audience of her shows.Carrie is also a small business and creative arts consultant specializing in the areas of business start-up, planning and strategy, digital and content marketing and community engagement. Please visit her consulting website www.carrielibling.com.