Lynn Weintraub is an Actor/ Director/ Teacher with over 25 years of experience in the performing arts.
She’s a proud member of ACTRA and Equity with a performance career encompassing roles in local and regional theatre, film, and television. Lynn holds a BFA in Acting Performance from the University of Alberta, has trained extensively throughout North America, including McGill University, The Banff Centre and Interlochen Center for the Arts and taught Drama, Acting, Scene Study and school workshops for YPT, Leah Posluns, Theatre Aquarius, Theatre Ontario, The York School, UCC, Tarragon Theatre, Stage Door Academy, Centauri Arts Camp, and the TDSB. After running her own children’s drama studio, The Attic Studio Theatre, Lynn joined the faculty of Seneca College’s Theatrical Performance Certificate Program and was appointed program coordinator in 2011.
Lynn was an acting instructor at The Toronto Youth Music Theatre Company where she directed “Guys and Dolls” and "Bye Bye Birdie". Other notable directing credits include "Little Women", "The Addams Family" (Stage Door/Acting Upstage) and "Lost in Yonkers" (Teatron Toronto). Lynn will be returning to the Players Company for her thirteenth season as Artistic Director and Producer this fall. Lynn lives in Toronto with her husband, two talented daughters and two attention seeking puppies.