Performer

Mahara Brenna in SIDDARTHA 2011

 

Mahara - in SIDDHARTHA 2011

Character Actor

Mahara played both the Narrator and Buddha in the highly acclaimed ‘Siddhartha, the Journey’ during the Vancouver Fringe Festival 2011, Sun Yat Sen Gardens, Chinatown, Vancouver BC. Transcript of Siddhartha’s Journey by Dillan Mattison.

 

Mahara Brenna as Princess Alicia crc430x480

 

As a charactor actor, Mahara also became well known for her portrayals of Queen Alisha and Madame Pompadour in the Radiant Rose Academy Actors Guild.

 

RADIANT ROSE ACTORS GUILD - EDMONTON 2013 - Magic Morenno - Leanne Boulton - Mahara Brenna - Alexander Prior

Radiant Rose Actors Guild 2013 – Magic Morenno – Leanne Boulton – Mahara Brenna – Alexander Prior


Mahara Brenna with Pepe Danza - Iqbal Ishani 604x503

Voice Over Performer

Playing percussion and singing in bands whenever she can, Mahara also loves voice-over work and has recorded 4 of her own Healing and Meditation CD’s. Her Rumi poetry CD was a collaboration with Pepe and all are available in the Store.

Mahara with beloved friend, teacher and co-creator Joseph ‘Pepe’ Danza at Vancouver Peace Gathering 2008.


 

Mahara Brenna Soldiers of Earth - Savvy Empire Production Derek Atchison Photography

Film Actor

Mahara portrays the role of Mother Earth and the nurturing guardian presence of Mother Mary in “Soldiers of Earth” in 2014.  She had a blast with the Cast on the set of Soldiers!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mahara Brenna on set SOLDIERS of EARTH 2014 crp

Mahara Brenna on the set of Soldiers of the Earth 2014 crp

Mahara Brenna with Julia Harnett - Soldiers of the Earth screening

Mahara Brenna with Julia Harnett – Soldiers of Earth screening

 Rehearsing for Siddhartha - Paula Padma - Sara Cole-Burnett - Mahara Brenna - Jesai Jayhmes Burnett


Improv and Performance Actor

Playback Theatre

Mahara was also one of the founding members of Vancouver Playback Theatre. Based on oral storytelling traditions, Playback moves freely between the mythic and the mundane. An audience member sits in the ‘teller’s chair’ where their real-life story is ‘played back’ by the actors. Improvisation, movement and music are used to create fascinating, funny, dramatic and deeply moving stories. Playback, originally from New York, is a form of theatre unlike any other. It changes lives and enriches communities.

Playback currently performs throughout Vancouver and BC. For more info see VancouverPlaybackTheater.com

 

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