Evalyn Parry

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Evalyn Parry is a Canadian Quaker singer/songwriter and actress/playwright who grew up in Toronto, Ontario in the Kensington Market Neighborhood. Her music is, for the most part, spoken word and folk, performed with a gay twist; Parry has performed at Toronto Pride Week in 2004, as well as performances at The annual conference, North by Northeast Music and Film Conference and Festival (Toronto), The , (Ontario), (Ontario), the CKCU Ottawa Folk Festival, the National Arts Centre (Ottawa), and the Michigan Women's Fall Festival. Parry sometimes performs with the group Girls with Glasses, a quartet of female songwriters including Parry, Eve Goldberg, Allison Brown, and Karyn Ellis.

Parry is also extensively involved in the Canadian theatre scene, having staged runs of her plays at Buddies in Bad Times, Theatre Passe Muraille and others.She is the recipient of the Colleen Peterson Songwriting Award (2003) and the Beth Ferguson Award for Upcoming Songwriter (Ottawa, 2001).

Evalyn Parry is the daughter of David Parry, an English-born Canadian singer and theatrical director who died in 1995, and performer and author Caroline Balderston Parry. Her brother Richard Parry performs with the bands Bell Orchestre and Arcade Fire.


  • Breakfast
  • Clean Irene and Dirty Maxine
  • Nancy Drew Without a Clue
  • Francis Mathilda & Tea
  • The Mysterious Shorts
  • SPIN


  • Things that should be warnings (2001, LP)
  • Unreasonable (2003, LP)
  • Live at Lula (2007, concert DVD)
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