Photo by Dahlia Katz
Photo by Dahlia Katz

Photo by Dahlia Katz
Photo by Dahlia Katz


Breanna      Maloney

actor, writer

Latest Projects

by Breanna Maloney
June 2021
Cooking for Grief,
written by Breanna Maloney 
Directed by Sarah Marchand

Produced by Alma Matters Productions 
Featuring Banafsheh Taherian, Anand Rajaram, Breanna Maloney and Aris Tyros

For tickets and information, visit Eventbrite. 


After a sudden death in his family, Rob is forced to come to terms with his own identity and the actions that inform his role as a son, partner and friend. He returns to group therapy— after a sudden hiatus— on the heels of a fractured realization of self. As the members of the Group work together in their healing process, they find common ground in their experiences with loss, pain and addictions. Cooking for Grief explores familial relationships, toxic masculinity, and what it means to accept healing into one’s life.

Alma Matters Productions is pleased to announce the digital premiere of Cooking for Grief by Breanna Maloney. Streaming June 24th 8pm (EST), this online stage reading explores familial relationships, toxic masculinity and the messiness of healing. 20% of all ticket proceeds will be donated to Stella's Place, a comprehensive mental health organization for youths in the G.T.A.



Imposter's Sin Room

Written and performed by BreannaMaloney
Part of the digital Hamilton Fringe Festival
July 15-25, 2021

Bound inside the four walls of her apartment, a woman grapples with life in isolation. As she meditates on her new day-to-day regimen, she resists an inevitable reconciliation with her past life, all brought on by a recurring nightmare. A solo show exploring loss, love and self-healing.

Movement Direction by Alice Cavanagh
Photo by Max Litzgus

Visit Hamilton Fringe for tickets and information.

'Ghoul Girls'

Written by Brendee Green;

Voiced by Brendee Green, Breanna Maloney, Daniela Picinin & Eric Branget;

Produced by Tall Tale Theatre and Night Terrors Podcast 


Written by Breanna Maloney

Voiced by Emily Deimling

Produced by Tall Tale Theatre and Night Terror Podcast




From a young age, I have been drawn to the curiosities of the world that surround me. I connect to these curiosities through storytelling: by what inspires, rouses & propels us to pursue our individual journeys. Whether it be through music, movement, dialogue or writing, I am passionate in exploring human behaviour through art.

Breanna (she/her) proudly holds a BFA in acting from the University of Windsor and an MFA in acting from East 15 Acting School. Breanna has studied voice and movement at the Stratford Shakespeare training program in Stratford, Ontario, as well as the Globe Theatre in London, England. Breanna has trained in various disciplines, including stage combat, Commedia dell'arte, Viewpoints, Suzuki, Meyerhold and Laban. 

Breanna is one of the co-founders of Skipping Stones Theatre, an independent theatre collective based in Toronto.


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