Jennifer Walls

  • Role at Bravo Academy

    Director, New Music Theatre Intensives (NMTI)

  • Biography

    Jennifer Walls is a Toronto based performer, voice actor and director. A graduate of Sheridan College’s prestigous Musical Theatre Performance program, she has performed on stages across North America and Europe, alongside such legendary artists as Ben Vereen, Colm Wilkinson and Andrew Lloyd Webber. She has earned critical acclaim for her self-produced work, most notably her autobiographical rock cabaret Jagged Little Me based on Alanis Morissette’s iconic album Jagged Little Pill. She has performed with regional theatres across Ontario including Drayton Entertainment and five seasons with the Victoria Playhouse Petrolia as a performer, writer and director. In addition to performing, Jennifer has produced numerous shows for the Toronto Fringe and has been featured on the cover to Toronto’s NOW Magazine for her contributions to the festival and Toronto’s theatre community. She is the host of Toronto’s premier monthly musical theatre event Singular Sensation at the 120 Diner where she is also a curator for their Sunday Cabaret Series. As a voice actor, she is the voice of both the Family and Family Jr. networks and also works as a performance coach while not in the studio. Most recently, Jennifer made her directorial debut and was the director behind Hart House Theatre’s hit productions of Heathers The Musical and The Rocky Horror Show. She is thrilled to be joining Bravo Academy this summer to direct 35mm.