Multi-talented triple threat performer, Brenda Gorlick is recognized as one of the country's most accomplished actors, singers, dancers and choreographers.

Gorlick has been on or behind the scenes for over three decades and has gained recognition both nationally and internationally for her choreographic wizardry in the 1999 Pan Am Games Opening and Closing Ceremonies, standout performances such as Sarah Brown in the Stratford Festival production of ”Guys and Dolls” and as Anita in the Banff Centre's “West Side Story” and world premiere productions including Strike! the Musical and Hersteria.

As Associate Artistic Director of Winnipeg Studio Theatre, Brenda  is instrumental in creating a cutting edge theatrical experience in an intimate setting. With the creation of WST's  StudioWorks , she applies her working knowledge as performer/creator directly to the source - emerging artists. Her Adults Only Ensemble offers ongoing training to mature students who wish to pursue their musical theatre passion.

Brenda's versatility and experience allows her the freedom to tackle projects of all idioms; studio, stage, screen and stadium with the fervor, dedication and confidence level of a seasoned professional. Let her put her "Best Foot Forward" for you!

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Brenda named to Rainbow Stage's Wall of Fame 2014
Performer Category

"versatility and experience...
............dedication and confidence"

Brenda was named to Rainbow Stage's Wall of Fame 2014 Performer Category

Brenda was a runner-up for the 2014 Winnipeg Arts Council Award.

Click here to view the nomination.


Winnipeg Fringe Festival
July 16-27

Summer StudioWorks
August 11-15 Junior Session
August 18-22 Senior Session

View the StudioWorks Flyer

To register visit: www.winnipegstudiotheatre.com