The Fleetwing Fables




The anxieties of first love. The betrayal of a community. An unfulfilled wish.  The Fleetwing Fables invite you to walk with us as we share a trilogy of tales about the inner lives of birds. Animated by music from a trio of talented artists, this audio walk is a funny, dark, and hopeful look at survival through the eyes of our feathered friends.

This walk is recommended for ages 6+. There are a few steep inclines and uneven ground – if you have questions about the accessibility of the path please contact our Box Office: 1-866-546-8533.


CREATOR & PERFORMER: Christine Quintana is a theatre artist living and working on the unceded lands of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh people. Christine received the 2017 Siminovitch Protege Prize for Playwriting from Marcus Youssef, and was the Urjo Kareda Emerging Artist Resident at Tarragon Theatre.  Creation/performing highlights include Clean/Espejos (Neworld Theatre and South Coast Repertory), Someone Like You (Arts Club Theatre podcast); Never The Last (co-created with Molly MacKinnon), produced by Delinquent Theatre, recipient of 5 Jessie Richardson Theatre Award nominations including Outstanding Production and Outstanding New Script and winner of Significant Artistic Achievement; Selfie (commissioned by Théâtre la Seizième in French, and Young People’s Theatre in English, winner of the Dora Mavor Moore Award for Outstanding TYA Play, the Sydney Risk Prize for Outstanding Script by an Emerging Playwright, and the Tom Hendry award for TYA); Good Things To Do (rEvolver Festival and FoldA). Christine is a proud co-founding member of the Canadian Latinx Theatre Artist Coalition.  She holds a BFA in Acting from the University of British Columbia.
SOUND DESIGNER: Kate De Lorme is a Sound Artist, originally from Kelowna, BC, who’s work integrates immersive spatial sound landscapes, technology and sound healing. She graduated from the University of British Columbia in 2015 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts, majoring in Theatre Design and Production and has a certification in Audio Engineering. Kate has been working in sound design since the age of 16, highly involved and interested in sound’s effect on an audience. As a professional sound designer, her work has been primarily in live performance with a large focus on contemporary dance. Kate’s designs are inclusive of high caliber recording and editing, composition, programming, live mixing and interactivity.
Kate currently lives in Vancouver, BC where she is the Co-founder of Lobe Spatial Sound Studio. Select design credits include: System Failure, Sparagmos – Walk of Terror (Caravan Farm Theatre); BygonesMajor Motion Picture (Out Innerspace Dance Theatre); Epilogos, Telemetry, Feasting on Famine (Radical Systems Art); Salmon Girl (Raven Spirit Dance); Sta/g-mos (Kate De Lorme Design).

GUITAR: Camila Diaz-Varela (they/she) is a musician, theatre maker, and facilitator with Mexican roots. They were born in Kjipuktuk on unceded Mi’kmaq territory, also known as Halifax, Nova Scotia. They perform as a multi-instrumentalist and vocalist in bands such as The Solidarity Squad, Canada’s #1 labour band, and collaborate on digital storytelling projects such as Radio Aluna Theatre. They are a graduate of Sheridan’s Music Theatre Performance Program, and currently an artist-in-residence with Aluna Theatre. They like pineapple juice, making music with dear friends, and exploring how their crafts can support systems change.

PIANO: Robyn Jacob is a pianist, singer, composer and educator who lives and works on the unceded territories of the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh,  Xʷməθkʷəy̓əm and Səl’il’wətaʔ Nations. She has toured Canada and internationally with her avant-pop project Only A Visitor, and her piano and harp duo The Giving Shapes. Her writing explores unusual ensembles, as well as collaborations with visual artists and instrument makers. In 2019 she was commissioned by Grammy winning Third Coast Percussion as part of their Emerging Composer Project. Since 2012 she has been part of the multi-disciplinary arts collective Publik Secrets, currently artists in residence at the Hadden Park Field House with the City of Vancouver.

PERCUSSION: A transgender Iraqi raised in the U.A.E. and different parts of “Canada”. Sally Zori (They/Them) is a session musician, percussionist, and content creator. They have played stages and theatres in North America, Europe, and Australia with different bands, orchestras, musicals, theatre shows, and (NYE 2008) was the percussionist for Aretha Franklin. They are currently developing a show that explores their third-culture-kid experience and journey of finding home.