Nancy is a human who does many things. Usually artsy things, but sometimes YouTube watching things. She likes to stand on stages or in front of cameras and tell stories, give voice to things that aren't said, and hopefully make you feel something true in the process. 

 

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Nancy recently wrapped a lead role in an upcoming Heritage Minute on the Expulsion of the Acadians. Look for that in 2019!

The award-winning Everybody Dies in December will be getting its Toronto premiere in February 2019 at Theatre Passe-Muraille.


About Nancy
 

 Photo Credit: Hill Peppard

Photo Credit: Hill Peppard

Originally from Bathurst (NB), Nancy Kenny is a fluently bilingual actor, writer, producer, arts marketing and social media professional. She is the creative force behind Roller Derby Saved My Soul and the feature-length documentary On the Fringe.

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On the Fringe
 

 Design: Petr Maur

Design: Petr Maur

In the summer of 2014, an intrepid team of documentarians set off to chronicle the adventures of artists touring the Canadian Fringe Festival circuit. After 10 cities, over 18,000 kilometres, countless hours of interviews and more coffee than your doctor would advise, they collected a treasure trove of the stories behind the stories and the scenes behind the scenes.

The result: On the Fringe, a feature-length documentary that takes you on a fun and poignant road trip through this undeniable force in the world theatre scene.

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Roller Derby Saved My Soul

 Photo Credit: Richard Gilmore

Photo Credit: Richard Gilmore

Since premiering at the Ottawa Fringe Festival in 2011, Roller Derby Saved My Soul continues to charm audiences all over the world. The play is an award-winning, critically acclaimed, one-woman action-adventure comedy on wheels. It features Amy, a shy comic book geek, and her bossy sister June (both played by Nancy Kenny) as they try to navigate the tough competitive world of roller derby and finally learn to unleash the hero within.

 

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