Naomi Costain is a sought after musical theatre performer, dancer, choreographer, director and teacher. She has performed in seven seasons at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival. Latest roles there included Anne Riley in 42nd Street, Edith in The Pirates of Penzance, and the Tango Dancer in Evita. Other favourite roles include Fruma-Sarah in Fiddler on The Roof (Port Hope), Janet Van De Graff in The Drowsy Chaperone (MTC/ Theatre Calgary), Sally Bowles in Cabaret (Segal Centre), Brooke in Legally Blonde, Roxie in Chicago, and Bombalurina/ Assistant Choreographer/ Dance Captain of Cats (Neptune Theatre), Bebe in A Chorus Line, Norma in Victor, Victoria, Ursula in Sweet Charity (Stage West).
Recent creative credits include Director/ Choreographer; The Wedding Singer (SLC), Choreographer; Sister Act (L.O.T.), and the following premiers; Choreographer; Norm Foster's For Life (STC), Choreographer/ Assist. Director; The Hogtown Experience, Choreographer/ Assoc. Director; A Christmas Carol (TNB/ STC)
She completed three summers at The Banff Centre of Fine Arts, received her Musical Theatre Diploma from Laine Theatre Arts in London, England and also has her Advanced RAD Ballet (studying Solo Seal), and Advanced ISTD Modern. She has adjudicated across Canada and has taught at CCPA, STU, George Brown, the Stratford Festival, and has been on faculty at Randolph Academy and Sheridan College. She has also been a guest teacher at dozens of dance studios across Ontario.