Morgan is the writer and voice of Eve on Magic of the Mind. She is a 2020 graduate of McGill University with a degree in Cognitive Science and a passion for science communication. Outside of the show, Morgan is a yoga teacher and general life enthusiast who tries to be outside as much as she can.
Emily Sheeran is a 2020 McGill graduate from the Faculty of Arts. She has been involved in over 65 projects within theatre and film production.
Marie is a recent McGill graduate and a retired middle and high-school community theater actress. She loves all things DnD and was delighted to work on Magic of the Mind.
Liam Halloran is a soon-to-be graduate of McGill University, having studied Physics and Environment. Liam shares a passion with his co-creators for science and the power of good storytelling, and hopes to share a little of that joy with the listeners. Fun Fact: Liam’s favourite animal is the koala!
Haidee will be going into her final year of undergrad at McGill, for Sociology and International Development Studies. She likes long walks on the beach, good cheap sushi and getting waay too deep into the meta of Avatar: The Last Airbender.
Yves is a French-Cameroonian student graduating with a B.Sc. in Physics and Environmental Sciences from McGill University. Although Yves is passionate about metaphysics and the regeneration of ecosystems and communities, he always is down to incarnate conflicted villains on stage – and even more so in shows that combine fantastic worlds and meaningful knowledge.
Dorothea Stefanou is a student and artist. She is finishing her undergraduate degree in linguistics at McGill University and will be pursuing her MSW at Columbia in the fall. As a child, she was always engaged in creative endeavors, enrolling in art classes from 6th grade until high school graduation. In university, she has been VP Sponsorship and then Co-President of the Visual Arts Society. She has loved being a part of the Magic of the Mind and hopes to continue developing her creativity with new projects.
Florestan wrote the main themes for Magic of the Mind. He is currently pursuing his masters in mathematics at McGill University in Montreal, where he previously studied math, computer science and music composition. When he is not writing music for the show or drawing triangles, he likes creating Escher-like tesselations and baking blueberry pies.