Devon Hubka is a professionally trained singer/actor, who (in light of her verbal dexterity) is passionate about and conversational in, American Sign Language.



Devon is currently part of the ensemble for Stage West Calgary’s production of Mamma Mia!  November 15- February 9 2020.  Along with being in the ensemble she is also the Donna/Rosie understudy.

Recently she signed with Maddie O’Hara at Creative Drive Artists. She’s elated to be working with her and the agency. For bookings please email Maddie.

May 2019: Returning to Black Creek Pioneer Village for Pirates & Princess’.  Devon is looking forward to playing this year’s villain, “The Sea Witch.”

And as always, throwing my hat in the ring.


March 2019: Paranormal Survivor Season 5

September 2018: The Gay Play Day Festival at Alumnae Theatre.  The End Is The Beginning by Tina McCulloch “Lavendar Show” Friday September 7 9PM & Saturday September 8 3PM & 7PM.

May 2018: Black Creek Pioneer Village.  I’m back playing The Evil Queen from Snow White for their yearly Pirates & Princess’ event.  Evil High Fives for everyone!

May 2018:  Haunted Case Files Season 2.  Always a ghostbuster, never a ghost.  Hunting down evil spirits – one of which tries to take my breath away deep in a Romanian Forest.

April 2018: Season 4 of The Gayl Pile Show: Apocalypse SoonishEpisode 2 “The Feelin’ It Network”

April 2018: Blame It On The Full Moon: Songs for moments in life that have no words.  Accompanied by Matthew Craig and Guest Soloist Christian Jeffries at 120 Diner. Presented by Jennifer Walls.

March 2018: Project ASL.  Canadian Hearing Society PSA.  (Actually getting to use my ASL abilities makes me feel like a bad-ass.)

March 2018: John Muir at Trout Hollow.  Played Mary Trout in a short film documentary about naturalist John Muir and his time in Meaford Ontario.  (Sassy pioneer stuff.)

December 2017: Actor role on two episodes of Paranormal Survivor as real life Paranormal Investigator “Nancy Cosner.”  (Living out a childhood dream of being a Ghostbuster.)

October 2017:  Solo Show Everything I Need The SpringWorks Festival at  Factory163

October 2017: Principal/Recurring role in The History People A web series shot at Applewood Shaver House in Etobicoke.  Devon plays “Frankie,” head of a strange family who realizes they are re-incarnated historical figures.




September 2017: Twitter Canada’s Nuit Blanche Is Happening video looped on the billboard above Forever 21 at Yonge & Dundas Square during #NuitBlanche2017

September 2017: Talking To Mom In Colour a short play presented through Gay Play Day: A Festival of LGBTQ Theatre at Alumnae Theatre.

September 2017: Utah’s Crying at The Monarch Tavern 12 Clinton Street. Devon was a part of the company for this full band staged sing-through of a rock musical.

May 2017: Devon was the featured soloist at The Metropolitan Community Church.

April 2017: Devon was a part of the line up for The Brave Space – a cabaret/fundraiser for HERstory Counts held at Lamesa Restaurant 669 Queen Street West.

December 2016: Devon’s one-woman show Everything I Need had its first remount at the Alumnae Theatre 3rd Floor Studio 70 Berkley Street at 3PM & 8PM. Review of Everything I Need 2016:

May 2016: Devon was part of the monthly lineup V Is For Variety show at Buddies In Bad Times Theatre.  A fundraiser for Savoy Howe and the Toronto Newsgirls Gym, Devon was featured singer along with the talent of Maggie Casella, Shannon McDonough, Katie Ford and Jennifer Walls.

November 2015: NEW YORK!  NEW YORK!  Devon belted it out at The Ten-Foot Rat Cabaret at Under St. Marks Theatre.  Hosted by comedian Jillian Thomas, the monthly cabaret has been talked about on Broadway World.

March 2015: Devon joined Mason Smoke and Flamingo Bandit for a SOLD OUT show at The Moon Cafe in Mattawa Ontario.

Prior to the fire, Devon performed in several shows & cabarets at The Flying Beaver Puberat in Cabbagetown.

Devon’s first solo show, Everything I Need premiered at The 25th Anniversary of The Toronto Fringe Festival in July 2013. It affectionately brought her back to The Annex Theatre where once upon a time she stood as a graduate of Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts.

Devon loves proper mail, her bookshelf, her cat Indie, ketchup chips, bourbon whiskey, garage sales and once got herself out of a locked bathroom with only a bobby pin.