Category: Role of a Lifetime

Brave Girl – Lunchbox Theatre
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All Stages Online: Spring 2013 – Role of a Lifetime – Sorin

Julie Sinclair – The Seagull by Anton Chekov – Grant MacEwan Theatre Arts (workshop production), Edmonton, 1993 As a young Canadian woman, playing an old Russian man was the complete antithesis to my own life. Coming from a primarily dance and singing background, acting was the skill I had the least

All Stages Online: Spring 2013 – Role of a Lifetime – Horton

Hal Kerbes – Seussical by Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty (based on the books of Dr. Seuss) – Western Canada Theatre, Kamloops, 2008 When your hair was thick (and your waistline wasn’t), professional musical theatre held promise of Anthony, Kenicke, Perchik, Frank-N-Furter – great characters with serious songs. In a hearbeat, they’re behind

All Stages Online: Spring 2013 – Role of a Lifetime – ZAC

Philip W. Sarsons – Cosi  by Louis Nowra – Alberta Theatre Projects (ATP) Fall Rep The opportunity which came my way in Alberta was a true enjoyment. I’ll go with my favourite MOMENT: Zac, a mental patient, coerced into the Mozart opera “Cosi Fan Tuti,” was more a Wagner fan… I

All Stages Online: Spring 2013 – Role of a Lifetime – The Reverend

Duval Lang – An Eye For An Eye – a collective created by Kira Bradley, Doug Curtis, Tony Eyamie, Karen Johnson Diamond, Duval Lang, David Rhymer – Ghost River Theatre, 2001 Weibo Ludwig and his family are at the Fringe seeing our play about them. He was just released from jail, police

All Stages Online: Spring 2013 – Role of a Lifetime – Party Cop

Miranda Allen – Party Cop and the Black Block by the CYCLOPS Squad (Clay and Paper Theatre, Toronto 2010) The role of my lifetime thus far was “Party Cop”. Ten Feet Tall and played atop stilts, Party Cop was a recurring character in a series of short plays performed at major

All Stages Online: Spring 2013 – Role of a Lifetime – Anne Frank

CAITLYNNE MEDREK – Diary of Anne Frank (Encore Entertainment, 2011, Toronto) COMING FROM A FAMILY WITH A DEEP CONNECTION TO WW2 AND KNOWING MY GRANDPARENTS AS SURVIVORS, I KNEW ANNE FRANK WAS NOT ONLY AN INCREDIBLE STEP IN MY CAREER, BUT ALSO A WAY TO PAY TRIBUTE TO MY FAMILY. ANNE

Call for Submissions (Alberta): Role of a Lifetime! – All Stages magazine

What is the greatest role you have ever played and why? All Stages Magazine is seeking your stories for our upcoming Spring 2013 issue: “An Actor’s Life for Me.”  We want to hear from theatre actors in Alberta about the most interesting, thrilling roles they have ever had the fortune to play