Meet Our Cast

Amanda McCrimmon


As an Elementary School teacher, Amanda has a passion for children. Her greatest joy is bringing magic to life through performing. Amanda is a seasoned performer. She performed in several productions with Central Alberta Theatre including Perfect Wedding, Sherlock Holmes, Shrunken Heads and many one act plays. From a young age Amanda took voice lessons and competed in many competitions including the finals for Northern Star Talent Search. Her talents also extend to sewing, as she creates all of the unique gowns for our characters.




Natalie has been in love with acting for as long as she can remember. Her dreams became realized in high school where she participated in musical theatre as well as competing provincially in One Act plays and nationally in the Canadian Improv Games. Natalie has recently moved to Vancouver, BC in search of a career in film,  having previously worked on indie productions including Basic Human Needs, Patient 62, Stigma, and Talent. She is overjoyed to be a part of the Fairy Skye family, and can't wait to bring some magic to your event.




Jennifer is an educator and actress from Manitoba.  During her studies at the University of Winnipeg for Theatre and Film, Jennifer has worked on many acting projects including musical theatre productions The Heathers, Godspell, and Annie.  After living overseas teaching English Drama, Music and Kindergarten, Jennifer is now teaching Secondary Drama with a strong desire to share her passion and love of learning with others.  Jennifer is absolutely thrilled share the magic and to be a new cast member of Fairy Skye!




Sydney has been involved in musical theatre and music since she was 8. She took an 8 year pause to focus on her studies and now works as a special education assistant. Sydney has experience and training working directly with special needs and ASD in particular. Sydney is very excited about her new journey with Fairy Skye!



Since graduating from Playhouse North School of Theatre, Jared and has been immersed in Calgary and Vancouver's theatre scene. He's spent time working as a hip hop choreographer, teacher, and dancer with various studios in Calgary and Edmonton. He has studied improv theatre and trance masks with Loose Moose Theatre Company and Film and Television with Calgary's Company of Rogues. For fun, Jared enjoys playing sax, riding a unicycle, and making funny faces.


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