Created & performed by Lauren Cauchy, Alli Harris & Amanda Logan
Presented by Toasted Theatre Company

It's the end of summer camp when three girl scouts compare what badges they have earned throughout their summer and which they have yet to complete.

Lauren Cauchy (top) an Ottawa native and a University of Ottawa Theatre Studies graduate. She has worked as a contract arts educator lending her performing, writing and directing skills as camp director and program facilitator for Arts Express Ottawa, as former Drama Coach for the Insight Theatre program and as the instructor for an all girls’ drama program with Christie Lake Kids. She has created and performed professionally with Ottawa companies such as Counterpoint Players, Dead Unicorn Ink, and Vacant House Theatre. Lauren has always been drawn to devised performance and collective creation, and is so excited to found a company dedicated to the creation of new works that star female characters in active, plot-driving roles.

Alli Harris (middle)

...most recently provided the musical accompaniment for Lauren and Amanda Do It at the Winnipeg and Ottawa Fringe Festivals. Other recent credits include: Little Shop Of Horrors (Theatre Kraken) Getting Odd (Toronto Fringe) Romantic Poetry (Canadian Premiere, Black Sheep Theatre), My Favourite Year (Confidential Musical Theatre Project). Alli is also a part of the Comedy Duo Band Rhythm and Burgundy. Look out this fall for their first album release! 

Amanda Logan

... is a graduate of the Theatre Arts program at Algonquin College, and has found herself working in production and performance with companies such as Black Sheep Theatre, Eddie May Murder Mysteries, May Can Theatre & Three Sisters Company to name a few. In 2015 Amanda and her creative partner, Lauren Cauchy, started up Toasted Theatre Company. With Toasted, Amanda has created, produced and performed in multiple productions. Most notably, Lauren & Amanda Do It, which took home a Jenny Revue Nomination at the 2017 Winnipeg Fringe Festival and the Jury’s Choice Award at the 2017 Ottawa Fringe Festival. 

Runs: 20 minutes
Plays: October 12, 13, 14


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 Photos by LOG Creative Bureau

Photos by LOG Creative Bureau