Emily Jane King is a theatre artist, musician and voice coach born and raised on Treaty 1 Territory (Winnipeg, MB) now living on the ancestral and stolen lands of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ílwətaʔ (Tsleil-Waututh) peoples. Emily is passionate about arts education, feminist storytelling, and queering theatre. She loves spooky ghost stories and watching too much TV with her roommates. You can often find her writing silly songs for the people she loves, facetiming her family to ask questions about cooking, and thinking about magic. Performance credits include The Collector in Mx by Lili Robinson (The Cultch), Sarah Jeane in Infinity by Hannah Moscovitch (Volcano Theatre/The Cultch), and The Girl in Mortified by Amy Rutherford (Anita Rochand/Studio 58). Projects co-written with her collaborator Keauna Miller include Tethered, produced by Rumble Theatre as a part of their Lupercalia Cabaret; Highway One, produced by Little Lion Theatre Company; Just Trust Us, funded by Art/Apart through the National Theatre School.
Musical credits include Pianist for Bicycle Thieves (PUSH Festival/Joelysa Pankanea) and A Christmas Carol (Gateway Theatre/Rachel Peake). Emily is a graduate of the Studio 58 acting program.