Angela Sun is a Toronto-based performer who studies at the University of Toronto. Her social justice interests include intersectionality, mental health, sustainability, body image, and media literacy. Select performer credits include: shit song for some island (Newborn Theatre/ Aim For The Tangent Theatre); Bite-Sized, and Abandoned City (Broadleaf Theatre); The Government Inspector (Wolf PAC); Whipped Dreams (Newborn Theatre); The Tempest (Trinity College Drama Society); The Pirates of Penzance, The Mikado, and H.M.S. Pinafore (The Vic Chorus);Show Us Your Bobs (The Bob Sketch Comedy Revue); The Vagina Monologues, and A Memory, a Monologue, a Rant, and a Prayer (Hart House Social Justice Committee). Select production credits include: Company (Assistant Director, VCDS); A Memory, a Monologue, a Rant and a Prayer (Director, HHSJC Benefit performance for Nellie’s Women’s Shelter); My Very Own Normal Family, and Plasterface (Director, Newborn Theatre); and Where’s My Money (Publicity Intern, Alley Co-op Theatre). She has also performed at such renowned festivals as the Paprika Festival, the SummerWorks Theatre Festival, InspiraTO and the Toronto Fringe Festival. She is a regular contributor to Mooney On Theatre and has been a feature poet at the Facilitate and Outrageous poetry readings. Angela self-identifies as a loud Asian fat feminist.