Sebastien Heins

Sébastien Heins is a Canadian-born, Jamaican-German actor, writer, producer, and emerging director. His theatre credits include the Stratford Festival’s The Tempest, The School for Scandal, The Comedy of Errors, and Breath of Kings: Rebellion & Redemption; new Canadian plays Bang Bang, Wedding at Aulis, and The Green Man; immersive productions The Ministry of Mundane Mysteries, Mr. Burns: A Post Electric Play, Mr. Marmalade, and Vitals. His screen credits include The Listener, Cracked, The Drip, and Darknet. For writing & performing Brotherhood: The Hip Hopera, he won the Best Emerging Artist award at NYC’s United Solo Festival. He is the creator of the live-theatrevideogame The Itinerary, and director of good white men by David Yee for the University of Windsor’s online The Stream You Step In series. He is a founder and newly appointed Associate Artistic Director of the acclaimed Toronto immersive theatre company, Outside the March. He trained at the National Theatre School of Canada and The School at Steppenwolf in Chicago.