4 performers. 15 minutes. 100 lewks.

CONTENT AND SENSORY ADVISORIES: bright, rapidly changing lights

RUN TIME: Tuesday May 14 – 15 minutes
Wednesday May 15 – 60 minute Double-Bill, 15 minute intermission (paired with Black and White)
Saturday May 18 – 75 minute Double-Bill, 15 minute intermission (paired with Generation Gentrified)

MASK MANDATORY PERFORMANCES: Tuesday May 14th, Saturday May 18th


  • Director: Jordan Campbell
  • Sound Designer/Tech Liaison: Maddie Bautista
  • Lighting Designer: Sooji Kim
  • Creator/Performer: Mackenzie Mccallum-Mallory
  • Creator/Performer: Reid Martin
  • Creator/Performer: Caleigh Adams
  • Creator/Performer: Reena Goze
    Reena Goze appears with the permission of Canadian Actors’ Equity Association.


Part of the 2024 Festival

The Creators Unit would like to thank brawk hessel and xLq

This production is made possible through support of Tarragon Theatre.


Native Earth Performing Art’s Aki Studio

250-585 Dundas Street East
Toronto, ON M5A 2B7


Native Earth Performing Arts and Artscape strive to provide equal treatment to and equitable benefits of its services, programs and facilities in a manner that respects the dignity and independence of people with disabilities.

  • The Dundas Street entrance provides barrier-free access to the building
  • Two elevators are located in the South Lobby
  • All floors have accessible washrooms and stalls, as well as accessible drinking fountains
  • Signage throughout the building is written in Braille
  • A hearing enhancement system is available in Aki Studio and the Ada Slaight Hall


Reid Martin

​Reid Martin (She/Her) is a Toronto-based actor, singer, and performer. She is a graduate of Sheridan College and UTM’s Theatre and Drama Studies program, she holds a diploma in Professional Actor Training and an HBA Specialist Degree in Theatre and Drama.

Recent credits include Sarah in After Prom (Theatre Aquarius), Mother in Innocence Lost (Theatre on the Ridge), Swing for #11, #25, and #46 in The Wolves (All the Hats), and Desdemona in Othello (Knockout Theatre), amongst many others.

Outside of theatre Reid loves everything textiles from sewing to embroidery to knitting! And yes her closet is exploding, Thank you for asking! Ask her about anything board games, cats or sitcoms and she will also talk your ear off.

Reid has a great passion for all kinds of theatre, but recently devised theatre has really allowed her to explore her love of community. And she is so excited to be welcomed into the Paprika community to see what magic we create together!

Mackenzie Mccallum-Mallory

Mackenzie Mccallum-Mallory (he/him) is a transgender, multi-disciplinary artist. He is a playwright, photographer, projectionist, puppeteer, dancer, and sound designer. He’s interested in creating more spaces for queer artists to share space, collaborate, and create with care. His work spans from topics of sex and sexuality, kink, queer identity, and neurodivergence. He’s interested in choreographic research and the process of experimentation and discovery over polished completion.

Selected credits include: Eyes on Beginnings (Toronto Dance Theatre, 2022), TDT Emerging Artist’s Roundtable (Theatre Gargantua, 2023), Summer Company Apprentice (Clay and Paper Theatre, 2023), Queer Youth Cabaret: Queer Icons (Soulpepper, 2022), QUEERCAB: PLAYING WITH ABUNDANCE (Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, 2022). He is also a graduate of York University’s Theatre BFA (’23) with a focus in Performance Creation.

Reena Goze

Reena Goze (she/they) is a Filipinx-Canadian multidisciplinary theatre artist and educator from Milton, ON. Armed with a deep love of collective creation, discovery, and spicy cucumber salad, Reena seeks to learn and execute as many methods of storytelling as possible! Select acting credits: Mom/Holly/Teacher in Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys and Girls (Roseneath Theatre) Everybody in Everybody; #7 Striker in The Wolves (Theatre Erindale). Select directing credits: Collective Rage: A Play in Five Betties (EDSS); PHOTOGRAPH (Beck Festival of Creation). Reena is honoured to create alongside the stellar artists that is the 2023/4 Creator’s Unit, xLq, and the Paprika Festival team. <3

Reena Goze appears with the permission of Canadian Actors’ Equity Association.

Caleigh Adams

Caleigh (She/Her) is an emerging actor, writer and theatre creator, based in the GTA. Trained in devised and physical theatre through Humber’s Theatre Performance Program, she is drawn to socially engaged and physically rigorous projects. After spending time in film school, she hopes to combine her enthusiasm for film production with her lifelong love of theatre and pop culture. Since graduating from Humber in 2021, she has kept her craft alive by always being on the move, writing, spending time outdoors, playing Dungeons & Dragons, and doing what she calls “paid artistic research”, or what others might call “working in the service industry”. Caleigh is eager to collaborate with more extraordinary Canadian artists and create work with kindness, joy, a sense of humour and camp!