Victoria Fuller

Victoria is originally from St. Johns, Newfoundland. After moving to Toronto and graduating from the Randolph Academy, she went on to complete an MA in Musical Theatre Performance at The Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, Glasgow. There she had the opportunity to perform in the Edinburgh Fringe festival as well as in the Scottish premiere of Steven Sondheim’s Sunday in the Park with George. Though extensively trained as a performer, she has always had a passion for directing and teaching theatre. Since her return to Toronto after her MA, she has formed her own theatre company, Echo Productions, and directed several visually stimulating works such as Anthony Burgess’ A Clockwork Orange - 2013 at The Tarragon Theatre, and Frankenstein - 2014 at The Annex theatre, Dog Sees God, by Bert V. Royal – 2014 at The Space, and Bonnie & Clyde – 2015 at the Factory Theatre. Victoria has also directed for the Playwrights Springboard, a platform for playwrights to showcase and see a staged reading of their newest work. Victoria has also taught voice, dance, and acting for over 7 years both privately and with several different children’s theatre companies in both Newfoundland (Camp Hollywood, Superstars), and in Toronto (Annex Children’s Theatre in Education, Travelling Artists). She looks forward to all her new students and to building the foundation for the next generation of theatre stars!