WHO WE ARE
Argel Monte de Ramos
Argel (he/him) is a Filipino-Canadian singer, actor, and storyteller from Surrey B.C. When he was 15 years old, he moved to Canada with his family to seek a better life and opportunities. As a young immigrant, Argel wants to use the power of storytelling to inspire Filipino youth and other immigrants through his music and theatrical performances. He is a graduate of the Musical Theatre program and the Bachelor of Performing Arts program at Capilano University. He is an advocate of representation, anti-racism work, and inclusion.
Jocelyn (she/her) is a mixed-race Chinese Canadian theatre performer, producer, and playwright. She is passionate about propelling the performing arts industry towards a more progressive and inclusive future, starting with youth and emerging artists. In July 2020, she co-founded The Parallel Project, a writing workshop and monologue festival, whose goal is to provide more opportunities for BIPOC artists to create and produce new work under the mentorship of industry professionals. As a performer, Jocelyn has been fortunate to work with several Vancouver companies, including Theatre Under the Stars, Gateway Theatre, and Align Entertainment. Jocelyn holds a Diploma of Musical Theatre from Capilano University and is now pursuing a Bachelor of Arts at Simon Fraser University.
Trinity (she/her) is a mixed-race, queer, music producer and artist. Trinity joined the collective as the Marketing Manager in 2022 and is honoured to work with such a powerful team. A strong advocate of equity, social justice, and feminism, Trinity is excited to document the cultivation of artists that pass through. A born performer, Trinity is also an independent artist/producer under the alias "jreme". Her extensive background in music and writing brings forth a unique perspective in the development process. She is a graduate of the Musical Theatre program at Capilano University and a current student at SAE Institute.