Hayley Pace is a graduate of the Devised Theatre & Design programs at York University, Magna Cum Laude, and since has worked internationally in Antwerp, Prague, Edinburgh, Minneapolis and New York. She is founder of Toronto's first marching band theatre company, The Teeny Tiny Music Show, and has self-produced her shows with the company for three years in various festivals throughout Ontario.
Her storytelling shows include The Teeny Tiny Music Show and High School Symphony which have played in venues such as The Baltimore House, Paupers Pub, Theatre Passe Muraille, The Painted Lady and The Randolph Theatre. She is a former member of the ad-hoc devised theatre collective Outrun the Mill, co- creating A Language for Dogs and Paperweight at the Hamilton Fringe Festival.
Hayley also works as an independent Production Designer for film and television having worked with various emerging and established filmmakers in Toronto such as Kelly Paoli (Bell Media), Jon Elliott & Erica Orofino (Paper Frame Productions) and Carlo Liconti (Leader Media Productions). Hayley designs all promotional material for her shows, and for various industry professionals in Canada and the United States.