& Executive Producer
Roselyn Kelada-Sedra is an alumnus of the rAiz'n the sun ensemble at b current, where she apprenticed as a content-creator and performing artist. Her writing training comes from Humber College and from writing articles and editing newspapers, magazines and web outlets. Roselyn’s plays and devised work have been produced at various Toronto theatres. Her writing can be read in the Globe or on the women's empowerment website, Bitches be Witches.
Roselyn is making her first forays into producing for screen! Her producing experience is previously in theatre. She is hugely grateful to Ryan West and Anna Jane Edmonds for guiding her through producing for screen. Surprise: Roselyn loves producing!
Roselyn balances acting and writing with practising law at Sabsay Lawyers. Check out Roselyn.ca for more, & follow on Facebook to hear her updates & musings about artist life.
Pictured: Roselyn Kelada-Sedra as Tegan
Photo by Devon Slack
Script consultant Jessica Liadsky
Jessica has been a guide and cheerleader in bringing out the best of Fail Better's story.
Jessica Liadsky is a writer/actor. Winner of the J.C.W Saxton Prize in Playwriting, Jessica’s play Canon in
D Minor went on to be performed at the Summerworks Theatre Festival, and the New York International Fringe Festival, where it was later selected to appear as part of the Encore Series. Most recently, Jessica graduated from the Creative Writing program at Humber College, with a diploma in Comedic Scriptwriting. She is a graduate of the Classical Acting Program at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts, and holds a BA in Drama from Queen’s University.