GEN FULLERTON as Zelda
Gen is a triple threat performer who specializes in tap dancing, and who loves to tell stories through movement and music. Her goal is to emotionally connect with audience members by making the content and characters relatable.
Gen is a graduate of the Randolph College for the Performing Arts (2012), a classically trained musician through the Royal Conservatory of Music, and a certified dance instructor (RAD, BATD) with over 15 years of teaching experience, as well as having performed professionally for over 12 years. Some of her favourite credits include: HAIR, Match Girl (original work by Tool Kit Inc.), Dance Ontario’s Dance Weekend, Eastern Canadian Tap Conference, Toronto International Tap Dance Festival, Moving Soundscapes (Dianne Montgomery & SymphRONica), Toronto Burlesque Festival, Portrait of a Scandal, plus several other performances High Society Cabaret as well as with the Toronto Rhythm Initiative.
Gen is THRILLED to be a part of The Laundry List in this year’s Toronto Fringe Festival, alongside her good friends and cast mates, and she hopes that you’re ready to meet Zelda — because Zelda’s ready to meet you! ;)