Cat Main and Jamie Nesbitt were compelled to collaborate out of a shared desire to investigate personal narrative. The match has been a fruitful one with Jamie’s talents as a projection designer & director complimenting Cat’s skills as a performer and creator.

Jamie works across across North America and Europe. His resume includes: The Canadian Stage Company (Toronto), the NAC (Ottawa), The Vancouver Playhouse (Vancouver) , Soulpepper (Toronto) ,Company XIV (New York), Theatre Calgary (Calgary), Bard on the Beach (Vancouver), The Arts Club (Vancouver), The Electric Company (Vancouver), Pi Theatre (Vancouver), The Belfry (Victoria), Why Not theatre (Toronto), Cahoots (Toronto), Citadel (Edmonton), The Yukon Arts Centre (Whitehorse), and many more. A graduate of Studio 58, he is the recipient of 7 Jessie Richardson Award nominations, 1 Jessie Richardson Award, the 2008 Mayor Arts Award, the 2007 Sam Payne Award, and the 2006 Earl Klein Memorial Scholarship.

Cat is a Vancouver based performer & theatre creator. She has worked with a variety of local and national companies including Theatre Replacement, Rumble Productions, Pi Theatre, Realwheels, Sea Theatre, Théâtre la Seizième, Gateway Theatre, Carousel Theatre, Calgary’s Vertigo Theatre, Toronto's WhyNot Theatre, as well as Boca Del Lupo (Jessie nomination for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble). Cat has also worked as a voice actor doing cartoons, video games and radio. She is a certified yoga teacher and currently teaches movement at the Vancouver Film School and the RIZZE 200hr Teacher Training. Cat also runs an organization for adult siblings of people with disabilities called Sibs Link and is working towards her MA in Expressive Arts Therapy from the European Graduate School. Cat is a graduate of Studio 58 where she was the recipient of the Earl Klein Memorial Scholarship.