Caitlin McCarthy is originally from Ontario and she graduated from the University of Toronto with a Specialist in Drama. From 2005-2007, she was involved with The Paprika Festival at the Tarragon Theatre, where she directed Girls of Kensington and then held a position as Associate Producer. In 2008, she moved out west to attend the Acting Program at Studio 58, where she was the recipient of the Antony Holland Scholarship. Since graduating in 2011, she has been active in Vancouver theatre as an actor, producer, writer, and director. She is the founder and Artistic Producer of Theatre Plexus, an indie company dedicated to producing stories with a strong female voice. Most recently, Theatre Plexus produced Scratch, a show in which Caitlin also played the role of Anna. You may have seen Caitlin on stage or off with The Only Animal, The Chop Theatre, The PuSh Festival, The Chutzpah Festival, Hardline Theatre, Théâtre la Seizième, Theatre North West, The Virtual Stage, and The Vancouver Fringe Festival. She is currently turning her attention toward film and tv and voice over - you may have caught her in Green-ish, a Storyhive funded project, as a photographer on Arrow, or heard her voice on the radio telling you to have safe ride home this New Year’s Eve. She also writes for an comedic sexual health education web series called SEX, with Paula, and worked as assistant to writer/producer/director on the companion web series The Dangers of Online Dating.