Lindsay Croxall
Singer, Actor, Dancer
“Salutation to the Dawn
Look to this day!
For it is life,
the very life of life.
In its brief course
Lie all the verities and realities of your existence:
The bliss of growth
The glory of action,
The splendour of beauty
For yesterday is but a dream
And tomorrow only a vision
But today well lived makes every yesterday a dream of happiness
And every tomorrow a vision of hope.
Look well, therefore to this day!
Such is the salutation to the dawn.”
– Kalidasa, Indian Poet

Lindsay Croxall began performing at a very young age in Community theatre (Theatre Ancaster), first as a dancer and then as a singer and then as a solo vocalist as well. Her professional debut was in 2001 at Paramount Canada’s Wonderland as a “Super-Swing” (lead singer/dancer) and dance Captain. She was nominated “Best Female Performer’ in the “Big E! Entertainment awards” for her outstanding work at Wonderland, placing 2nd overall in the world.

Lindsay is a proud Music Theatre B.F.A. Graduate of the University of Windsor, in Ontario. Among other roles, she was most honored to play the role of “the Witch” in Into The Woods in her final season there.

Since graduating, Lindsay has been privileged to travel the world, seeing more than 80 countries, while performing on board world-cruising ships. She was a lead production performer for Celebrity cruises, but really got great pleasure performing as a solo Cabaret artist aboard Silverseas Cruise Lines. Lindsay also conceived, co-wrote, produced, and performed in a successful two-woman Broadway revue in her hometown, Ancaster, Ontario.

More recently, Lindsay has worked consistently for both Mirvish Productions (She was an Original Canadian cast member of We Will Rock You! where she had the thrill of a lifetime performing live onstage with Rock Legends Brian May and Roger Taylor of QUEEN.) and for the Stratford Shakespeare Festival, performing roles in Cabaret, West Side Story, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Kiss Me Kate and Evita! (in which Lindsay was thrilled to get to play the role of “Eva Peron” eight times in the Stratford 2010 season on the Avon stage).

Second only to performing, Lindsay has a great passion for teaching performing arts to people of any age! Lindsay has never stopped teaching performance arts, even through her own performance career. She loves to teach workshops and classes, and has done so for high schools, dance schools, community centers and for the Stratford Shakespeare Festival.