Zorana Sadiq is an award-winning Toronto-based actor and classical musician. A multidisciplinary artist of Pakistani descent, Sadiq’s work is wide-ranging. and spans from theatre, verbatim theatre, and television to chamber music, modern opera and new music.
Recent appearances: MixTape (Crow’s Theatre), CHILD-ISH (Summerworks Lab), Eleven Moons (Boston Musica Viva) Helen’s Necklace (Canadian Rep Theatre), Towards Youth (Crow’s Theatre), The Enchanted Loom (Cahoots Theatre), Bend it Like Beckham (Starvox), Sultans of the Street (Young People’s Theatre- Dora Mavor Moore for Best Ensemble), Four Minutes Twelve Seconds (Theatre 180- online), All the Little Animals I have Eaten (Nightwood Theatre-online), as well as appearances with Necessary Angel Theatre, Soulpepper’s Global Cabaret, Vancouver’s Turningpoint Ensemble, Soundstreams Canada, The Tanglewood Music Centre, Bad New Days, Banff Summer Arts Festival, Calgary Symphony, Vancouver Symphony, Los Angeles Philharmonic and Boston Musica Viva.
For Television: Strays, In the Dark, Designated Survivor, Kim’s Convenience, The Mulroneys, Burnt Toast.
Upcoming: Wildfire (Factory Theatre), MixTape-touring (Grand Theatre).
Sadiq was Playwright in Residence at Crow’s Theatre 2020-2021 with her solo show MixTape, and is the recipient of a Creative Development Grant from the Canada Council and a Creative Residency Grant from the Ontario Arts Council.