Born in Singapore, Jareth Li is a stage designer now based in Toronto by way of Calgary. He has a love for new work that examines identity politics, culture, and heritage. To him, home is a busy and lively kitchen party, and peace in a quiet garden.
Select design credits include: The Wolves (The Howland Company & Crows Theatre), Casimir and Caroline, Punk Rock, Lemons… (The Howland Company); Ring of Fire (Citadel Theatre); Serving Elizabeth (Western Canada Theatre); Iphigenia and The Furies (Saga Collectif, Dora Award Nomination); Chautauqua (Pearle Harbour); Portia’s Julius Caesar (Shakespeare In The Ruff); Black Boys (Saga Collectif & Buddies In Bad Times).
In addition to his artistic practice, he is a member of The Howland Company, as well as a stagecraft instructor at York University. He believes strongly in mentorship, and creating opportunity for upcoming generations of designers. Online: @Jareth.Li
2021/22 Season: The Home Project