Michael Greyeyes is an actor, dancer, choreographer and director. He began his professional career as a classical dancer with The National Ballet of Canada and with the company of Eliot Feld in New York City. In 2009 he directed Daniel David Moses’ play Almighty Voice and His Wife at Theatre Passe Muraille for Native Earth Performing Arts. The production was invited to the inaugural Origins theatre festival for First Nations in London, England the same year. He also directed The River, co-written by York theatre Professor Judith Rudakoff, artist Joseph Tisiga and David Skelton, artistic director of Nakai Theatre, which premiered the production in Whitehorse, Yukon in April 2011. Full name: Michael Joseph Charles Greyeyes.