Born in Kentville, NS, Una Hill-McMullin now calls St. John’s, NL her home. Una moved to Newfoundland 9 years ago to attend the Theatre Program at the Grenfell Campus of MUN and graduated in 2016. While studying at Grenfell, she earned the Andre Noble Award for most Promising Third Year student and spent 3 summers with Beyond the Overpass Theatre Company in Gander. Her favourite credits with BTO include Boeing Boeing and Soul Singing (dir. Jamie Harding) and The 39 Steps (dir. Andrew Tremblett). Una has worked with GMTF since 2017 where her favourite credits include: Fly Me to the Moon, Our Frances (dir. Jeff Pitcher), and Tempting Providence (dir. Jillian Keiley). Una would like to express her sincerest thanks to everyone who made this summer possible – all the doctors, nurses, and frontline workers who worked tirelessly to keep us safe and keep us healthy. She would like to dedicate her performance in Tempting Providence this summer to all those healthcare professionals who give 100% every day.