Rhi Vautrin

Rhi Vautrin is 19 and uses She/They pronouns. She is currently attending Algonquin College’s Performing Arts program. Rhi has always been passionate about theatre since she first performed as a female version of Friar Lawrence in their high school production of Drop Dead Juliet and could not see a life for themselves where they don’t have some connection to it. She is equally as passionate about creative writing and enjoys writing short stories and poems with large sweeping imagery and witty one-liners.

Rhi Vautrin is 19 and uses She/They pronouns. She is currently attending Algonquin College’s Performing Arts program. Rhi has always been passionate about theatre since she first performed as a female version of Friar Lawrence in their high school production of Drop Dead Juliet and could not see a life for themselves where they don’t have some connection to it. She is equally as passionate about creative writing, having written short stories and poems, along-side a play for her high school theatre department and enjoys writing short stories and poems with large sweeping imagery and witty one-liners. Rhi is relatively reserved until you get to know her but has always found theatre to be something that helps get them more comfortable and open with others in a new environment.

 

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