About

REBECCA SINGH

REBECCA SINGH performs on screen, stage, and is a narrator. She appears as an aunt on THE HANDMAIDS TALE, a social worker in MOBILE HOMES, a cop in FLASHPOINT and kindergarten teacher on OVERRULED!. 

Rebecca writes and voices descriptive narration for CBC and ACTRA and does audio description for live theatre. 

Her animated short JUST ANOTHER DAY has screened internationally. She is a member of BLACK WOMEN FILM! CANADA and Toronto ACTRA Women's Committee (TAWC).

Rebecca sings with THE ELEMENT CHOIR and THE SUPERBUTCH JUKEBOX BAND. Her voice performance experience spans from radio to audiobooks to gaming and animation. 

Rebecca is based in Toronto. She has a deep connection to Montreal where she spent her formative years, and the down-to-earth neighbourhood in Edmonton where she grew up. 

Rebecca has created and performed theatre spanning from solo pieces to large spoken choruses. In 2010 she built CANADA’S SMALLEST THEATRE and over the next 5 years she programmed and created works for its stage. It was uninstalled in 2015. Rebecca is a seasoned Audio Describer and founder of LIVE DESCRIBE, an audio description service for the blind and partially sighted community. She writes descriptions and voices live for shows and events in Toronto and Stratford and has presented about her work internationally, Most recently at the Advanced Research Seminar In Audio Description (ARSAD), Barcelona 2019. Rebecca spent her early adulthood in Montreal and grew up in a down-to-earth neighbourhood in Edmonton. 

Rebecca Singh lives in Toronto, Canada with her husband Adam and son Axel.
 
Official Website: rebeccasingh.com 
LIVE DESCRIBE
Formed in 2016, LIVE DESCRIBE is a coalition of  Audio Description Service providers in and around Toronto, Canada, who specialize in live on-location Audio Description Service delivery. livedescribe.ca