Jason Steele is Vice Chair for Red Deer Players, and co-chair of the Training and Mentoring Committee. He is heavily involved in theatre and film production with several companies and troupes in Central Alberta.
He is especially supportive of movements towards breaking down barriers between groups in all walks of life through theatre. He works full time at The Hub on Ross supporting people with developmental disabilities in building theatre and film production skills with an eye towards meaningful involvement in local productions.
His favourite theatre and film moments are when the audience isn’t certain if what they are seeing is an actor breaking the 4th wall…or if there is something real happening (as was seen in The 2016 production Journeys of Hope, when the script called for him to burst through the audience entrance making threats towards an actor on the stage.)