Recent theatre credits: Every Brilliant Thing (Canadian Stage). Other theatre credits: The Watershed (Porte Parole/Crow’s Theatre); Someone Else (performer/playwright), I, Claudia (performer/playwright) (Crow’s Theatre); Peggy Pickitt Sees the Face of God (Volcano Theatre/Canadian Stage); The Chairs, The Bald Soprano/The Lesson, The School For Wives, A Streetcar Named Desire, The Guardsmen, Mirandolinas, Uncle Vanya (Soulpepper); I, Claudia, The Patient Hour (playwright), The Memory of Water (Tarragon Theatre); Problem Child (Factory Theatre). Film/TV credits: Away From Her; I Shout Love; The Republic of Love, Cardinal. Kristen is an award-winning actor/writer for theatre, film and television, and the recipient of four Dora Mavor Moore Awards, two ACTRA awards, two Canadian Comedy Awards, a Genie and a Gemini Award.
Chris has directed widely across the country including seven seasons at the Stratford Festival. He is Artistic Director for Crow’s Theatre, for which he has directed The Assembly (with Porte Parole), A&R Angels, The Boy in the Moon, True Crime, The Watershed (with Porte Parole), The Seagull, Winners & Losers, Someone Else, Seeds (with Porte Parole), Eternal Hydra, I, Claudia, Boxhead and The Country. Other recent theatre credits: Macbeth (Bard on the Beach); Tartuffe (Stratford Festival). Other: In 2003, Chris directed the film adaptation of I, Claudia for which he won a Gemini Award. A Graduate of the National Theatre School’s Directing Program, Chris later served as Co-Director of the school’s directing program (2006–2010). In 2013, Chris was awarded the Siminovitch Prize in Theatre.
Recent theatre credits: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Romeo & Juliet (Canadian Stage). Other theatre credits: High Life (Crow’s Theatre national tour); Jerusalem (Outside the March/Company Theatre); Love & Information (Canadian Stage); Hosanna (Soulpepper); Wrong For Each Other (The Public Theater, Lewiston, Maine). TV and film credits: The Coroner (CBC), Blue Bloods (CBS), Law & Order SVU (NBC), FBI (CBS). Upcoming theatre credits: Cyrano de Bergerac, Man and Superman (Shaw Festival 2019).
Recent theatre credits: Harlem Duet (Tarragon Theatre), Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom (Soulpepper Theatre). Other theatre credits: ‘da Kink in My Hair (NAC/Theatre Calgary); Other Side of the Game (Cahoots Theatre/Obsidian Theatre); The Watershed (Porte Parole); How We Are (Mikaela Davies and Polly Phokheev Productions); Up the Garden Path (Obsidian Theatre Company); Byhalia, Mississippi (Cue6 Theatre); The Power of Harriet T! (Carousel Players/Black Theatre Workshop). Other: Winner of the Montreal English Theatre Awards Emerging Artist Award for Gas Girls; Dora Mavor Moore Award nominee for Outstanding Female in an Independent Division for Honesty.
For the NAC: Children of God (co-production with Urban Ink), Love’s Labours Lost. Elsewhere: Mother Night (59E59 Theaters, NYC); If Sand Were Stone (New York Musical Festival/NYMF Award); Life After (Musical Stage Company/Canadian Stage); Once (Mirvish Productions – Dora Mavor Moore Award); Assassins (Talk is Free Theatre/Birdland Theatre – Dora Mavor Moore Award nomination); Mimi (Tarragon Theatre – Dora Mavor Moore Award nomination); The Game of Love and Chance (CentaurTheatre/Canadian Stage); A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Exit the King (Soulpepper); Stratford (selected): As You Like It, The Hypochondriac, Alice Through the Looking-Glass, A Midsummer Night’s Dream: A Chamber Play, The Tempest, Cabaret, Trojan Women, The Miracle Worker; Shaw Festival (2003–2007). Film/TV: Murdoch Mysteries, Dorothy’s Secret.
Recent theatre credits: Middletown (Crow’s Theatre/Shaw Festival). Selected theatre credits: Macbeth, Timon of Athens, The Merchant of Venice, Hamlet, Cymbeline, The Tempest, The Comedy of Errors, The Winter’s Tale, Troilus and Cressida, Henry IV Part 1 (Bard on the Beach); Uncle Vanya, Hedda Gabler, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Lady from the Sea, The Twelve Pound Look, The Philadelphia Story, The Philanderer, Mrs. Warren’s Profession, The Circle (Shaw Festival); Rapture Blister Burn, Becky Shaw (Mitch and Murray Productions); Boeing Boeing, Enchanted April (Arts Club Theatre Company); Vincent in Brixton (Vancouver Playhouse). Film credits include Colony, Saving Hope, The Whispers, Fringe, Mutant X, Andromeda, The Linda McCartney Story, South of the Moon. Upcoming: title role in Coriolanus (Bard on the Beach).
Theatre credits include Hamlet (NAC); Someone Else (Dora Mavor Moore Award, Best Actor), The Seagull (Crow’s Theatre); eleven seasons with the Stratford Festival (Tartuffe, Man of La Mancha, Coriolanus, Hamlet, Twelfth Night, Wanderlust); Rice Boy, My Mother’s Feet, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf (Elizabeth Sterling Award, Best Actor), Homechild (Citadel Theatre); Hairspray (Toronto and Broadway); Benevolence, Courageous (Tarragon Theatre); Robert Lepage’s Roméo et Juliette (Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan). Film/TV: This Is Wonderland (two Gemini Nominations for Best Supporting Actor); The Gilda Radner Story, The Day After Tomorrow, Everest ‘82. Upcoming: title role in Cyrano de Bergerac (Shaw Festival 2019).
Credits include Out The Window (Luminato Festival/Theatre Centre); Life After (Musical Stage Company/Canadian Stage – Dora Mavor Moore Award nomination); Hang (Obsidian Theatre); Crazy For You, Footloose, Hello Dolly (Theatre Sheridan); Strangers, Babies (Theatre Panik); Die Fledermaus, La Cecchina (Glenn Gould Opera School); Breathing Corpses, The River (Coal Mine Theatre); Rocking Horse Winner (Tapestry Opera – Dora Mavor Moore Award, Outstanding New Opera); Gertrude & Alice (Buddies in Bad Times Theatre – Dora Mavor Moore Award nomination); Domesticated (Company Theatre/Canadian Stage); Supers (pilot, Good Film & TV); Scales (Short Film, Jessica Lea Fleming); Pelleas et Melisande (Against the Grain Theatre); The Wanderers (Cahoots Theatre Company); The Gravitational Pull of Bernice Trimble (Obsidian Theatre/Factory Theatre); Gorey Story (Thistle Project – Dora Mavor Moore Award nomination). Ming was nominated for a Dora Mavor Moore Award for The Wedding Party and the Virginia & Myrtle Cooper Award for Costume Design in 2017.
Recent theatre credits: The Full Light of Day (Electric Company). Other credits include, for Crow’s Theatre, We Are Not Alone, A&R Angels, The Watershed and Seeds (with Porte Parole), The Seagull, Someone Else, I, Claudia, The Country (with Theatre Junction). Julie has also designed for the Stratford Festival, Soulpepper, Canadian Stage, Tarragon Theatre, Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, Necessary Angel, Theatre Passe Muraille, Volcano, Segal Centre, Citadel, Theatre Junction and the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre. Teaching: National Theatre School. Other: Julie has received four Dora Mavor Moore Awards for Set Design, and the Virginia Cooper Award for Costume Design.
Theatre credits include A&R Angels, The Boy in the Moon, The Watershed (with Porte Parole), We Are Not Alone, The Seagull, Someone Else (Crow’s Theatre); The Wizard of Oz (Ross Petty Productions); Anything Goes and Snow Child (Arena Stage, DC); Mary and Max, The Humans (Theatre Calgary); Prom Queen: The Musical (Grand Theatre); Brontë: The World Without (Stratford Festival); Mamma Mia! (Citadel Theatre); Declarations (Canadian Stage). Upcoming: The Virgin Trial (Soulpepper); Oslo (Studio 180/Mirvish Productions). Kimberly has received three Dora Mavor Moore Awards, a Montreal English Theatre Award and the Pauline McGibbon Award.
Theatre credits include A&R Angels, The Boy in the Moon, The Watershed (with Porte Parole), The Seagull, Someone Else (Crow’s Theatre); and designs for the Stratford Festival, Shaw Festival, Mirvish Productions, Soulpepper, Canadian Stage, Tarragon Theatre, Factory Theatre, Theatre Passe Muraille, Young People’s Theatre, Modern Times, Aluna Theatre, Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, Nightwood Theatre, Toronto Dance Theatre, NAC, Theatre Calgary, Great Canadian Theatre Company, Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre and many others. Thomas has received two Dora Mavor Moore Awards and 19 nominations.
Theatre credits include: The Emancipation of Ms. Lovely (director), Music for the End (playwright) (Crow’s Theatre); 2018 Playwright in Residence at Canadian Stage. Film credits include: 7A starring Tom Rooney and Kayla Lorette, premiering on CBC in 2019 and the Canadian Screen Award-winning short She Stoops to Conquer (2015).
Recent theatre credits: Robert Lepage’s Coriolanus (Stratford Festival/Théâtre du Nouveau Monde/The Hop at Dartmouth College); Steve Cota and Robin Calvert’s Romeo & Juliet Remixed (Stratford Festival Lab). Other credits: The Last Wife (Stratford Festival/Soulpepper); Jesus Christ Superstar (Stratford Festival/La Jolla Playhouse); The Penelopiad, The Carousel, Her2, The Danish Play (Nightwood Theatre); Stickboy, Hansel und Gretel, Dark Sisters (Vancouver Opera); La Bohème, Jenufa, La Traviata, Turandot, Il Viaggio A Reims (Canadian Opera Company). Other: Research Assistant – Development of Dance Therapy with Dr. Trish Van Katwyk and Yukari Seko; Instructor at Sheridan College, University of Toronto, National Theatre School. Upcoming: The Neverending Story and The Crucible (Stratford Festival 19th season).
Recent credits: The Angel Speaks, Idomeneo (Opera Atelier). Other credits: Actéon and Pygmalion, The Marriage of Figaro (Opera Atelier); An Ideal Husband, Twelfth Night (Stratford Festival); L’histoire du Soldat (Loose Tea Theatre); Agamemnon (Next Stage Theatre Festival); Sequence (Tarragon Theatre). Training: University of Waterloo. Awards: Jean A. Chalmers Apprentice Achievement Award (Stratford 2016).
Recent credits: Actéon and Pygmalion (Opera Atelier). Other credits, Apprentice Stage Manager: To Kill a Mockingbird (Stratford Festival); The Marriage of Figaro (Opera Atelier); acquiesce (Factory Theatre); Crazy For You (Capitol Theatre). Script Supervisor for Ross Petty’s A Christmas Carol, Production Assistant at the Stratford Festival and Stage Management Intern for Wicked (Broadway). Education: Ryerson Theatre School Performance Production. Upcoming: Idomeneo (Opera Atelier).
Recent credits: Just For Laughs Festival Montreal, Veld Festival. Other credits: The Wolves (with the Howland Company), Debra Di Giovanni Live! (Crow’s Theatre); Ipperwash (Native Earth Performing Arts/Blyth Festival); La Ceccina (Royal Conservatory of Music); The Container (Theatre Fix); Almost Morning (Claudia Schreier/Alvin Ailey Dance Theatre). Other: Professor of Technical Production and Stagecraft at Sheridan College, Leadership Fellow with the Association of Performing Arts Professionals and the University of Southern California Arts Leadership Program. Upcoming: The Cherry Orchard (Modern Times).
Credits include A&R Angels (Crow’s Theatre); Monstress, The Unfortunates, Chester Bailey (American Conservatory Theatre, San Francisco); Bread and Circuses, Mutt, Richard III, The Oregon Trail (Impact Theatre, Berkeley); The Baltimore Waltz, Nogales (Magic Theatre, San Francisco); Guards at the Taj, Native Son, Anne Boleyn, August: Osage County, The Invisible Hand, Gem of the Ocean (Marin Theatre Company, Mill Valley); A House Tour (ZSpace, San Francisco). Other: Lizabeth has been nominated for several awards, including for Baltimore Waltz and A House Tour.