Margarita Valderrama – Jane
Margarita is a Colombian-Canadian actor born in Buenos Aires, raised in Bogotá, Mexico City and Toronto. Recent theatre credits include: TOUGH! (ENSEMBLE Canadian Youth Theatre) and Common Ground (Toronto Fringe Festival 2016). Television credits: Web of Lies, See No Evil. She also works with Aluna Theatre as part of their Interpretation Lab and as their Administrative Assistant. Margarita is a recent graduate of the University of Toronto’s Drama Centre, trained at Canada’s National Voice Intensive, is part of the Factory Theatre Mechanicals (2016-17) and is one of Cahoots Theatre Company’s 30 for 30 Theatre Makers. Margarita is currently co-creating, producing and performing in Post No Bills, which will be presented at the 2017 Toronto Fringe Festival. For more information please visit www.margaritavalderrama.com.
Aldrin Bundoc – John
Aldrin is a Toronto-based theatre and television actor, dancer, and producer of independent projects. He was born in The Philippines and at the age of 4, proudly immigrated to Canada with his family. Aldrin studied classical theatre at the George Brown Conservatory and continuously endeavours to strengthen and support the presence of Filipino-Asian artists in theatre and Canadian media. His short film, which he executive produced called “The Long Walk” premiered at The Reel World Film Festival in Toronto in 2015. Selected Credits: Body Politic (Buddies in Bad Times), Twelfth Night, Alls Well that Ends Well (St. Lawrence Shakespeare Festival); American Buffalo, Julius Caesar (Unit102); Lord Sword (Inter-Arts-Matrix); Paradise (MT Space/Gwandaak); Flashpoint (CTV); The Firm (NBC); Private Eyes (Global); Dark Matter (Syfy).
Erin Norah Thompson – Playwright
Erin Norah Thompson began her career as an actor, tackling some of Shakespeare’s great ladies such as Lady Macbeth and Imogen (Shakespeare in the Square) and performing in feature films like Mean Girls (Paramount Pictures). Since 2014, she has become one of Toronto’s emerging playwrights, with the award winning shows SL*T (Beer In A Glass Productions) and Meet Cute (ENTsquared). A feminist, her work strives to create a focal point for discussions about sexual politics and gender dynamics. Projects currently in development through her company Erin Norah Thompson Entertainment (ENTsquared) include a play, two screenplays, a web series, and television pilot based on her hit show SL*T. She is honoured to be working with Roseneath Theatre to develop Meet Cute: High School Edition.
Andrew Lamb – Director
Andrew Lamb is the Artistic Director of Roseneath Theatre and Theatre Awakening in Toronto. Selected directing credits: Ladies and Gentlemen Boys and Girls, Birds of a Feather, Outside, The Money Tree, La Maleta-The Suitcase (Roseneath), Don’t Talk To Me Like I’m Your Wife (Summerworks), Chasing Margaret Flatwood (Toronto Fringe), In This World (Roseneath/Tarragon), Dib and Dob and the Journey Home (Roseneath/National Arts Centre), The (Post) Mistress (Thousand Islands/Neptune/Ship’s Co.), With Love and a Major Organ (Next Stage/Toronto Fringe), My Mother’s Lesbian Jewish Wiccan Wedding (Mirvish/Fringe). Andrew has been nominated for two Dora Awards for Outstanding Direction, is on the board of the Professional Association of Canadian Theatres and is the director of the hit web series A Gay Victorian Affair (agayvictorianaffair.com).
Michaela Steven – Stage Manager
Michaela is a stage manager, arts administrator, and writer. Stage management credits include; Romeo and Juliet (a Company of Fools), Behaviour, Rule of Three (Great Canadian Theatre Company), One
Anna Treusch – Set and Costume Designer
Anna is a Set and Costume Designer and Scenic Painter based in Toronto. Recent Design credits include: Superior Donuts (CoalMine Theatre), Ayre (Costumes, Against The Grain), Salt ( Set, Costumes and Projections, LarkandWhimsy), Up The Garden Path (Obsidian Theatre),The Public Servant (Nightwood and Common Boots),Tails From The City (Dora Mavor Moore Award for outstanding Costume Design, Common Boots), Shannon 10:40 (Timeshare at Videofag), The Dog and the Angel (Costumes, Theatre Columbus), The Tin Drum (UnSpun Theatre, Dora Nomination for Costume Design), Every Letter Counts (Factory Theatre). Anna was nominated for the Pauline McGibbon Award three times (Craftsperson in 2013, Design in 2014 and 2017), and the Virginia Myrtle Cooper award for Costumes(2017). This is Anna’s first design for Roseneath Theatre.
Courtney Pyke – Sound Designer
Courtney is a Toronto based Prodution Manager and Designer. Notable credits include La Cecchina ( Royal Conservatory) Suessical, A Glass Hive, The Addams Family (PM, Sound, Lighting-Randolph Academy) The Incredible Speediness of Jamie Cavannaugh, Outside, The Money Tree, Spirit Horse, Birds of a Feather (Roseneath Theatre), Castle, The Baby (Storefront Theatre), rock.paper.sistahz 13 (bcurrent) Vigil, Harmonic, Almost Morning, Pulse, Anomie (Claudia Schreier and Company, Ailey Citigroup Theater NYC), Paradise (mtspace & Gwaandak Theatre), First Dance, Air (SM, Lighting-Tottering Biped Theatre), Piaf, A Christmas Carol, Sleeping Beauty, Ghosts of Violence, Phantom of the Opera, Gala (Atlantic Ballet), Perspectives 1 & 2, A Christmas Carol, Carmina Burana, Circus Terrifico, Variations in Love, Pheonix Rising (Motus O Dance Theatre) Arkemy (Gadfly Dance) Butcher (Theatre Why Not), Good Mourning, Silences Between, Nutcracker, Classical & Contemporary, Anastasia (Lighting-Ballet Jorgen). Courtney has toured extensively throughout North America and into Europe and is currently the Production Manager for Roseneath Theatre.
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