Proud of her prairie roots, Donna Fletcher received her early training in Winnipeg and earned a Bachelor of Music from the University of Manitoba, a diploma in Music Theatre from The Banff Centre for the Arts, and a Master of Music from The University of Toronto. As an actor, Donna has been acclaimed in principle roles with the Charlottetown Festival, Drayton Festival, Rainbow Stage, Theatre Calgary, Stage West Calgary, the National Arts Centre, Manitoba Opera, MTC, PTE, MTYP, the Belfry Theatre, Dry Cold Productions and Persephone Theatre. Recent credits include playing the Dr. Charlotte in Falsettos (Winnipeg Jewish Theatre), Mother Superior in Sister Act (Rainbow Stage), Desiree Armfeldt in A Little Night Music (Dry Cold Productions), directing the WSO Rainbow Stage co-production of South Pacific, NUOVA’s Carousel & City Workers in Love, Into the Woods for Opera on the Avalon and The Bridges of Madison County for Dry Cold Productions. Donna is co-creator of Dry Cold Productions and in July of 2012 was inducted into the Rainbow Stage Wall of Fame. Donna is a Voice and Musical Theatre Instructor at the University Of Manitoba Desautels Faculty of Music and the University of Winnipeg Theatre Department.