Past Productions

PAST PRODUCTIONS

Roseneath Theatre was founded by David S. Craig and Robert Morgan in 1983. Roseneath Theatre’s current Artistic Director is Andrew Lamb.

Original Works Produced by Roseneath Theatre

 

Meet Cute

by Erin Norah Thompson 
Co-directed by Jill Harper and Aaron Willis
Set and costumes designed by Anna Treusch
Sound designed by Courtney Pyke
Premiered in Toronto the spring of 2017
Toured Ontario high schools the spring of 2017
Nominated for 2017 Dora Mavor Moore Award for Outstanding New Play (Erin Norah Thompson) Outstanding Performance Ensemble (Margarita Valderrama and Aldrin Bundoc) and Outstanding Direction (Jill Harper and Aaron Willis)

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Birds of a Feather

by Robert Watson 
Directed by Andrew Lamb
Set and projection designed by Beth Kates
Costumes and props designed by Melanie McNeill
Premiered in Toronto the spring of 2017
Toured Ontario schools the spring of 2017
Nominated for 2017 Dora Mavor Moore Award for Outstanding New Play (Robert Watson) and Outstanding Performance (Bria McLaughlin)

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Spirit Horse

by Greg Banks / Adapted by Drew Hayden Taylor
Directed by Greg Banks
Original Score by Anne Lederman
Set and Lighting Design by Glenn Davidson
Costume Design by Robin Fisher
Premiered at the Luminato Festival in June of 2007
Ontario/US tour in the spring of 2009
Northern Ontario Tour (sponsored by the Elementary Teacher’s Federation of Ontario) in the fall of 2010
Southern Ontario Tour (sponsored by Elementary Teachers Federation of Ontario) in the spring of 2015
Nominated for a Dora Mavor Moore Award for Outstanding Production (TYA) in 2007
Toured Canadian schools the fall of 2016

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The Incredible Speediness of Jamie Cavanaugh

by Chris Craddock
Directed by Richard Greenblatt
Set and Costume Design by Kelly Wolf
Original Score by Rick Sacks
Lighting Design by Glenn Davidson
Premiered in Toronto high schools in the spring of 2009
Ontario/US tour spring and fall of 2010
Toured Ontario schools in the fall of 2016
Nominated for a Dora Mavor Moore Award for Outstanding Production (TYA) and Outstanding Performance (TYA) for Emma Hunter

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Outside

by Paul Dunn
Directed by Andrew Lamb
Costume Design by Lindsay C. Walker
Set Design by Michael Greves
Sound Design by Verne Good
Toured Ontario in Spring 2015
Nominated for a Dora Mavor Moore Award for Outstanding New Play (Paul Dunn) and Outstanding Individual Performance (G. Kyle Shields) in 2015

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La Maleta (The Suitcase)

by Beatriz Pizano
Directed by Andrew Lamb
Set and Costume Design by Lindsay Anne Black
Sound Design by Diego Marulanda
Lighting Design by Michelle Ramsay
Toured Ontario in Spring 2014
Toured Ontario and US in Winter 2015

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The Money Tree

by Robert Watson
Directed by Andrew Lamb
Set and Costume Design by Lindsay C. Walker
Composer and Sound Design by Rick Sacks
Toured Ontario Schools in Fall 2014
Nominated for a Dora Mavor Moore Award for Outstanding New Play (Robert Watson) and Outstanding Ensemble in 2015

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In This World
In This World

by Hannah Moscovitch
Directed by Andrew Lamb
Assistant Directed by Jill Harper
Set and Costume Design by Lindsay Anne Black
Sound Designer by Verne Good
Premiered at Tarragon Theatre in spring 2013
Toured Ontario in spring 2013 and 2014


Tough Case

by David S. Craig
Directed by Richard Greenblatt
Sound Designer / Composer – Rick Sacks
Premiered in Toronto in spring 2012
Toured Ontario in spring 2012


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The Neverending Story

by David S. Craig
Directed by David S. Craig
Set and Lighting Design by Glenn Davidson
Sound Designer / Composer – Rick Sacks
Costume Design by Lori Hickling
Premiered at Young People’s Theatre in February 2012 for a three week run
Roseneath Theatre’s New York City Premiere at Skirball Center for the Arts in March 2012


Get Yourself Home Skyler James
Get Yourself Home Skyler James

by Jordan Tannahill
Directed by Alisa Palmer
Set Design by Lucinda Zak
Premiered in Toronto high school in the fall of 2009
Winner of the Dora Mavor Moore Award for Outstanding Performance (TYA) for Natasha Greenblatt


Rocket and the Queen of Dreams
Rocket and the Queen of Dreams

by David S. Craig
Directed by David S. Craig
Set and Puppet Design by David Powell
Original Score by Rick Sacks
3D puppet by Ann Powell and Johan Vandergun
Fabric Design by Karen Krupa
Lighting Design by Glenn Davidson
Premiered at the Luminato Festival in June of 2008
Toured Toronto schools in the spring of 2009 and 2010
Nominated for a Dora Mavor Moore Award for Outstanding Production and Outstanding Ensemble (Linda Carson, Carrie Costello, Eric Woolfe) in 2010


Wrecked
Wrecked

by Chris Craddock
Directed by Richard Greenblatt
Premiered in Ontario High Schools in 2005/06
Ontario tour in fall of 2012
Ontario/ US tour in winter of 2008
Winner of the 2006 Dora Award for Outstanding Production (TYA) and Outstanding Performance (TYA) Winner of the Canada Council for the Arts 2006 Theatre for Young Audience Prize


Smokescreen
Smokescreen

by David S. Craig
Directed by Ed Roy
Premiered in Ontario High Schools in spring of 2005
Ontario/US tour in spring of 2007
Production at Theatre Passe Muraille with Born Ready, spring 2008
Nominated for 2005 Dora Award for Outstanding Performance (TYA)


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Danny, King of the Basement

by David S. Craig
Directed by Richard Greenblatt
Premiered at Young People’s Theatre in Toronto, November 2001
Ontario/US tour in fall 2011
Toured throughout North America in 2004
Toured in Ontario in 2003
Winner of the 2002 Dora Award for Outstanding Production (TYA) and Outstanding Performance (TYA)
Winner of the Canada Council for the Arts 2002 Theatre for Young Audience Prize


Dib & Dob
Dib and Dob and The Journey Home

by David S. Craig and Robert Morgan
Directed by Jim Warren
Presented at Young People’s Theatre and the Manitoba Theatre for Young People in spring, 2000
Toured internationally in 2000, 2001 and 2002
Played at Edinburgh Fringe, August of 2004
Re-mounted in association with Carousel Players in the fall of 2004
Re-mounted for Ontario school tour in spring of 2013
Winner of a 1999 Chalmers Canadian Play Award
Winner of 1999 Dora Mavor Moore Award


Head à Tête
Head à Tête

by David S. Craig and Robert Morgan
Directed by Alain Gregoire
Premiered at the Milk International Children’s Festival in 1989
Subsequently remounted in a production directed by Robert Morgan in 2001 and then by Jim Warren in 2002
Toured a sold-out 10 week run in fall 2000
Toured Internationally throughout 2001-2002
Winner of the Dora Mavor Moore Award for Best Production 1991


Napalm the Magnificent: Dancing With the Dark

Written and performed by David S. Craig
Directed by Richard Greenblatt
Set Design by Glenn Davidson
Costume Design by
Original Score by John Roby
Produced in collaboration with Theatre Direct Canada
Performed at the Theatre Centre East, 1996
Winner of a 1996 Chalmers Canadian Play Award
Nominated for Outstanding Performance (David S. Craig) and Outstanding Set Design (Glenn Davidson)


Health Class
The Health Class

Written and performed by David S. Craig and Robert Morgan
Directed by Leah Cherniak
Premiered on April 2, 1999 for a three week run at Theatre Passe Muraille, Toronto
Toured in 2000, 2001 and 2002
Remounted in a production directed by Kate Lynch in 2005
Winner of Dora Mavor Moore Award for Outstanding Performance (Andrew Moodie)


Health Class by Women

by Martha Ross
Directed by Robert Morgan
Dramaturge David S. Craig
Premiered and toured Ontario in February, 1998


The Book of Miracles

Written and performed by David S. Craig and Robert Morgan
Directed by Katherine Kaszas
Set and Costume Design by Sue Lepage
Premiered in Toronto schools in 1993
Toured North America and Great Britain for five years


Health Class by Men

Written and performed by David S. Craig and Robert Morgan
Directed by Leah Cherniak
Premiered in 1995 in Toronto High Schools
Toured throughout North America for seven years
Toured in British Columbia in 2000 and appeared at the Vancouver International Children Festival May 2001
Nominated for a Dora Mavor Moore Award 1995


Morgan’s Journey

Co-written and performed by Robert Morgan
Co-written and directed by David S. Craig

Toured throughout North America and Great Britain continuously for 20 years
Winner of a 1987 Chalmers Canadian Play Award