ARC Board Of Directors.

ARC’s Board of Directors is an engaged and committed core of volunteers responsible for financial and administrative oversight of the company, as well as providing fundraising, marketing, and production support.

The current members are:


Mark Mullaly, PhD (Chair) is a management consultant and the president of Interthink Consulting, where he specializes in helping organizations get difficult and uncertain things done well. He guides organizations in defining their desired future and defining the paths and capabilities necessary bring it to life. Mark is thrilled to contribute to ARC as a member of the board. A lover of the arts, his formative years were spent in theatre learning to make the impossible possible. Mark is a firm believer in the power of theatre to change perspectives, hearts and minds, and is delighted to be involved with a company whose programming does just that. Mark’s previous board experience includes Edmonton’s Fringe Theatre Adventures.

Jennifer Toh (Treasurer) grew up in Winnipeg, and discovered her calling as a theatre audience member through attending the annual Winnipeg Fringe Festival, Shakespeare in the Ruins, and the Manitoba Theatre Centre’s notable 1995 production of Hamlet – featuring Keanu Reeve’s most excellent adventure in Winnipeg. Says Jennifer: “In my professional life, I am an Information Technology professional with nearly fifteen years of experience working with clients to solve problems in organizations’ information processes and technology. My work since 2015 as a Manager of Client Services at GrantBook is focused on the philanthropic sector. I provide digital strategy, requirements analysis, and implementation project management consulting for a broad range of grant makers. In the evenings and weekends, you’ll often find me making up silly games and dances with my husband and two lively daughters. I am excited to be able to offer my skills and experience as a board member of ARC to support ARC’s mission to locally mount international works to Toronto audiences.”

If you’d like to know more about the Board – or if you would like to get involved – you can contact the the Board Chair.