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Main Stage Archives - 2000-2001

 

Much Ado About Nothing

November 24 & 25 2000 at Imperial Theatre
By William Shakespeare

Featuring
(In order of appearance)
Benedik: Stephen Tobias
Beatrice: Elizabeth Chase
Leonato: Robert McLardy
Hero: Emily Bartlett
Don Pedro: Richard Roy
Ursula: Janet Foster
Claudio: Jay Rawding
Margaret: Susan Willis
Antonio: Rand Cooper
Dogberry: Peter Gilchrist
Don John: Jeff Scott
Borachio: Don Backa
Balthazar: Doug Fillmore
Conrade: Anthony Bourque
Friar Francis: Jonathan Goud
Verges: Bob Vienneau
The Sexton: Irwin Hornik

With: Kizzy Kaye, Martine Cote-Barnwell, Ryan deForest, Clark Colwell, Cian Horrobin, Dana Thompson, Tara McHugh, Matt Hamilton, Nathalie Saint-Pierre
Production Team
Director: Stephen Tobias
Stage Manager: Pam Flemming
Assistant Stage Manager/Props: Trina Roy
Production Manager: Sandra Donnelly
Costumes: Brenda McLeese and Beth Richardson
Set Design/Construction: Brian Goodwin
Lighting Design: Darik Hatfield
Sound: Mike Barrett
Scenic Painting: Peter Salmon
Hair: Shelly Collins & Rebecca Potter

 

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The Elephant Man

March 2 & 3 2001 at Imperial Theatre
By Bernard Pomerance


Featuring
(In order of appearance)
John Merrick: Graham Percy
Dr Frederick Treves: Jeff Smith
Mrs Kendal: Suzy McCormick
Carr Gomm: Bob Doherty
Production Team
Director: Stephen Tobias
Stage Manager: Andrea Cunningham
Assistant Stage Managers: Matt Hamilton & Tammy Boyer
Costumes: Sandra Donnelly
Set Design: Patrick Clark
Set Construction: Brian Goodwin
Lighting Design: Darik Hatfield
Sound: Mike Barrett
Props: Matt Hamilton
Hair: Charlotte Dort, Rebecca Potter & Alfreda Bastrache

 

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Whodunnit?

June 8 & 9 2001 at Imperial Theatre
By Anthony Shaffer

Featuring
(In order of appearance)
Rear Admiral Kratchbull Folliat: Peter Gilchrist
Dame Edith Rancible: Pippa Mugglestone
Lady Tremarrain: Alison Hart
Lavina Hargreaves: Emily Bartlett
Archibald Perkins: Richard Roy
Roger Dashwell: Jay Rawding
Andreas Capodistriou: Irwin Hornik
Inspector Bowden: Mark Finnegan
Silas Bazeby: Mel Norton
Sergeant Standish: Anthony Bourque
Production Team
Director: Bob Doherty
Producer: Andrea Cunningham
Stage Manager: Matt Hamilton
Assistant Stage Managers: Tammy Boyer, Lysbeth Larooi & Lisa Flower
CostumesJulie Buckley & Andrea Cunningham
Set Design: Brian Goodwin
Set Construction: Les Terry
Set Painting: Lisa Flower
Props: Tammy Boyer
Lighting Design: Darik Hatfield
Sound: Mike Barrett
Make-Up: Guila Inch, Andrea Cunningham, Faye Somers
Hair: Charlotte Dort & Paula Boudreau

 

 

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