Lindsay Reoch is interested in performance, direction and creation of new theatre. She is currently participating as a member of TigerMilk's international team; this November and December Lindsay and Stephanie Hayes are in Wales and Stockholm co-creating their new play Party for the Dead .

Lindsay is a graduate of SFU's School for the Contemporary Arts, with a focus in theatre performance. She has studied Viewpoints and Suzuki techniques with Anne Bogart & The SITI Company at their intensive in New York, and continues to train in these methods.  Other trainings include Grotowski & Fowler techniques, as well as clown work, extensive vocal and dance training. 


Miranda Huba is an award-winning playwright originally from Canada, now based in New York City. She is a founding member of TigerMilk Collective. Plays include: The History Of My Domestication (commissioned by Playwrights Theatre Centre, Vancouver and also produced at NYC's The Red Room.) Hospital City (Video-In Studios, Vancouver and staged reading at Stage Left Studio, NYC.) and The Tour (Vancouver and Victoria Fringe Festivals). Recently her play, House of KOSA, received its world premiere in Canada as part of Vancouver's acclaimed SEE SEVEN new theatre series. Her latest play Grounded: A Play in Six Airports is being promoted in Germany as part of the publication New Canadian Drama- a partnership between the Canadian Department of Canadian Heritage and the Theatre Institute in Berlin. She is represented by the PER H. LAUKE VERLAG Agency in Germany. Most recently she was invited to Vancouver to co-create the site- specific theatre piece You Are Invited with HIVE 3 and the Cultural Olympiad. In June 2010 she performed her latest one-woman show Candy Tastes Nice at HERE in NYC as part of their Summer Sublet Series. She earned a BFA from the SFU School for the Contemporary Arts and has participated in three Pataphysics playwriting workshops with The Flea Theatre (13P, Erik Ehn and Mac Wellman). Coming up you will be able to see a new Huba work commissioned by Animal Parts Theatre Company at Horse Trade Theatre in NYC in Spring 2011.


Olivia Delachanal is a proud co-founder of TigerMilk Collective - this company has given her the immense privilege of directing unique plays:  Sky, Freeport Texas, Hospital City, Stupid LIttle Girls and House of Kosa. After spending some time in Toronto to do her master’s in Theatre Studies at York, Olivia has moved back to her hometown, Montreal. She is now working for the OFFTA festival while planning her next directorial projects.


Born and raised in Sweden, by English parents, Stephanie has been singing, writing stories and acting for as long as she can remember. At the age of 17, she moved to Wales to study at United World College of the Atlantic where she was introduced to Brecht and Grotowski. She could not believe that there were other people out there who had, long before her time, tried to find language for the indescribable power of performance. After high school and deciding not to study International politics, Stephanie joined the ensemble at Simon Fraser University School of Contemporary arts in Vancouver, Canada. She formed a company with five other SFU alumni, The Tigermilk Collective, and together they wrote, acted in and produced shows in shopping malls, art galleries and small theaters. Stephanie also played the lead in an independent feature film. When her visa ran out, she decided to go back to the homeland where she began writing plays and started a pop band with friends. Workshops, auditions and dance classes. The winters in Sweden are dark.

In 2008, after a traveling to Mongolia on the trans-siberian railway, Stephanie was accepted to the MFA program in acting at Yale School of Drama where she has been honing her craft as an actor.