About Spoiled Child
Spoiled Child was born in Toronto in 1980. She was raised in Los Angeles, where her father was a music producer. But this had absolutely nothing to do with her brush with stardom after recording her first hit single at age 9.
"PAY ATTENTION (TO ME)" was Number 18 on the charts for two weeks and Spoiled Child enjoy a season of touring to arenas in all major cities. After a brief retirement at age 10, Spoiled Child went back to school while also making sporadic TV appearances, until the age of 15, at which point she dropped out to travel the world on her Daddy's yacht.
At age 19, she briefly attended university, until her father cut off her allowance. Since dropping out of university, she has had many successes, including exciting careers as a spoken word artist (2001 - 2002), yoga teacher (Aug 2002 - Oct 2002) motivational speaker (2003 - 2006) and reality TV star, (2009). She has spent a year living in a Buddhist monastery, a year in rehab, a year in Peru which she will never speak of again, and for the past three years has been living in Toronto, where she maintains a close personal friendship with the Mayor and his associates.
In 2010, Spoiled Child travelled to Nunavut, where she first became aware of the plight of the polar bears. Wanting to do something to raise awareness, she began a campaign to "Save the Polar Bears." Having successfully done so in 2013, Spoiled Child is now waiting for the Universe to tell her what her next move should be.
About Katherine Sanders
Katherine Sanders has been creating, producing and performing her own work for 15 years. Born and raised in Calgary, she has a background in ballet and modern dance, a Bachelor's degree in Theatre, a career as a creator, teacher and producer, and a family who loves her. Katherine is a lucky, lucky girl.
Fringe audiences may have seen Katherine in Monster Theatre's 2006 hit show, Jesus Christ: The Lost Years, which she co-wrote and starred in with Ryan Gladstone. Katherine was also in the inaugural Monster Theatre show, Fairy Tale - A Choose Your Own Adventure, which opened at the Winnipeg Fringe in 2000. Apart from Monster Theatre, Calgary audiences have seen Katherine perform at Loose Moose Theatre, Alberta Theatre Projects, and One Yellow Rabbit Performance Theatre. Katherine's work has been produced and performed as part of One Yellow Rabbit's High Performance Rodeo, and she was nominated for a Betty Mitchell award for her performance as Louise in Marion Bridge at Alberta Theatre Projects.
Since moving to Toronto in 2006, Katherine has performed at the Diesel Playhouse, Unit 102, and at the Stirling Festival Theatre, where she was able to realize a dream by portraying the characters of Lily Tomlin, Carol Burnett, Joanne Worley, and Cher in a 1960's comedy revue.
Katherine also has a career in Theatre for Young Audiences, having toured extensively with Quest Theatre for Kids, taught as an Artist-in-Residence with Trickster Theatre in schools across Alberta, and currently produces the HarbourKIDS programme at Harbourfront Centre in Toronto. She is also the Artistic Director of NachoMama TYA, which produced Katherine's play The Super Secret Subway Society to critical acclaim at the Toronto Kids Fringe in 2012.
Katherine is grateful for her training and mentors over the years: Keith Johnstone and Dennis Cahill at Loose Moose Theatre, Denise Clarke and the One Yellow Rabbit Performance Ensemble, John Turner and Karen Hines at the Manitoulin Conservatory for Creation and Performance, and Tina Rasmussen, the Director of Performing Arts at Harbourfront Centre.