Skye Rogers
Actor, Dancer, Singer
“The role of the artist is to ask questions, not answer them.”
-Anton Pavlovich Chekhov

Born and raised in the Niagara Region, Skye Rogers is now a Toronto-based performer. After begging her mom to enrol her in ballet classes, her training began early-on at just two years old. Skye’s passion for dance only grew from there, as she expanded her training in jazz, tap, contemporary, hip-hop, and pointe, and joined her studio’s competitive team, where she gained recognition for her performances. Eventually, Skye decided to round-out her skills as a performer, training at the Shaw Theatre School, as well as SOCAPA’s Film Acting Intensive in Los Angeles.

A proud graduate of the Randolph College for the Performing Arts, Skye was honoured to have been her class Valedictorian, as well as the recipient of the “Triple Threat” award. In her final year, she had the wonderful opportunities to be the Dance Captain and play the role of Texas in “Cabaret” (directed by Liz Gilroy), and play the leading female role of Angela in “King Stag” (directed by Matthew Walker, performed in the Toronto Fringe Festival).

Having started her training at the school over seven years ago in the Kid’s Program and Pre-College Program, Skye is grateful to have obtained some other incredible performance opportunities, including workshops of three original musicals with Dora-winning writing team, Johnston and Johnson, and co-hosting the TV series “My Job Rocks” for all four seasons.

Skye is incredibly excited for what’s ahead as she steps out of her training and into the professional world… the freedom to create meaningful art and share it with others is a true blessing.