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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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Fundy FRINGE Festival Applications will be accepted from January 2-March 30, 2018. For more infomation please visit: www.fundyfringefestival.com

LUNGS by Duncan Macmillan. A Murmuration Theatre Collective production.  February 22-24 at BMO Studio Theatre at 7:30pm. In a time of global anxiety, a young couple wants to have a child but are running out of time. Tickets are $22.50 adult and $15 for students. www.ticketpro.ca or call 1-888-311-9090. 

MATT MINGLEWOODa Maritime legend returns with a unique blend of country, blues, folk and rock. March 3 at BMO Studio Theatre at 8pm. Tickets are $25. www.ticketpro.ca or call 1-888-311-9090.

SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE, Imperial Theatre, March 21-24A young Shakespeare, out of cash and ideas, meets his ideal woman who inspires him to transform his latest work, into one of his most famous plays. Witty, sexy, timeless! For tickets call Imperial Theatre box office at 1-800-323-7469 or click SIL Tickets

Submissions are being accepted for Script Happens 2019, the annual Maritime playwrighting competition. Deadline for submissions is July 3, 2018Details

 

 


 

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