Actor and Content Creator, Rachel Cairns is a badass creative force. There is just no denying it folks. I gotta call it as I see it. She is not waiting for anyone to hand it to her. She is giving herself permission and getting to work on her creative dreams while pursuing a fulfilling career as an actor.

I get so pumped when I meet people like her! Rachel will inspire you today. She will challenge you and she might make you ugly cry/laugh. One thing is for sure. You will be changed having spent the hour with her. I know I was!

In this episode:

  • How to find the love in producing your own work
  • The deep learning experience that happened to her when playing the role of Juliet in Romeo and Juliet  almost a decade apart 
  • how to stay motivated as an artist when you are not working
  • The importance of creating your own work
  • What compels her to go beyond acting and create her own work

Rachel Cairns: How To Fall In Love With The Process

by Chelsea Johnson | Cue to Cue

Rachel began her career as an actor and trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art where she received her BA. NOW Magazine included her in their top 10 Theatre Artists of 2018, in which she received a critics pick nomination for her portrayal of Juliet in High Park last summer. 

She’s also a content creator having written and produced three award winning web series. Her series Mom & Me, about a no-holds-barred mother-daughter relationship, has screened at festivals in New York, LA, Toronto and Vancouver, and has over four million views on YouTube. 

Rachel is about to release another digital creation, Street Series, that looks at street harassment through comedic lens of the female gaze as well as working with the Toronto Actra Women’s Committee as a producer on an upcoming short film. 

Follow Rachel!

Instagram: @the.rachel.cairns

Twitter: @Rachel__Cairns

Check out Rachel’s new Web Series: Street Series



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