Cole Vincent is a queer, Toronto-based Equity stage manager, musical-lover and transit enthusiast and has also had his foot in the lighting design world. His stage management work on diverse styles of theatre has brought him across Canada but he enjoys being in his home-base of Toronto most. He is a graduate of York University’s theatre program with a BFA in Theatre Production and Design.
Stage management credits include: The New Canadian Curling Club (Western Canada Theatre, Thousand Islands Playhouse), Aqsarniit (Charlottetown Festival 2018 and 2019), Rose: A New Musical (Soulpepper), The Pianist of Willesden Lane (Harold Green Jewish Theatre), Eraser (Theatre Direct, Riser Project – Why Not Theatre), Kitne Saare Laloo Yahan Pey Hain (NextStage Festival), Glass Menagerie (The Grand Theatre), Birds of A Feather (Roseneath Theatre), 9 to 5, Moll (Randolph College), King Lear, Twelfth Night (Canadian Stage), and Dreamgirls, Sister Act (Lower Ossington Theatre). Cole has also been a Venue Stage Manager at the Toronto International Film Festival for two years. Assistant lighting design credits include: Contemporaneity 3.0 (Anandam Dancetheatre), Girls Like That (Tarragon Theatre), Lo, or Dear Mr. Wells (Crow’s Theatre), and Sousatzka (TLPL)