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




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.