Alex Stamp as Carl
Alex has been involved with theatre in Toronto for 20 years, performing in various British farces, pantomimes, mysteries and original works, primarily with the NAGS and Theatre Inspirato. Alex greatly enjoys doing improv and his primary role as husband and father. During the daytime, he is also on the stage as a dramatic arts teacher at Lawrence Park C.I.
Lawrie Carruthers Hopkinson as Miranda
Lawrie returns to Toronto after a few years overseas where she performed with English Theatre Madrid as Juror 7 in Twelve Angry Jurors and as Amanda in The Glass Menagerie. Her recent film/TV credits include A Christmas for The Books, Haunted Case Files, and Broke and Famous. She’s pleased to be back at the Village Playhouse after A Party to Murder.
Richard Hoffman as Anthony
Richard’s stage appearances include Night Watch, Seven Days, Jacob and Jack, Kosher Lutherans, A Hamburger in a Pita, Deceived, The Ethyl and Julius Rosenberg Story, The Triangle Factory Fire, Social Security, 40 Carats, The Love List, The Fox on the Fairway and Strictly Murder. Richard is eternally grateful to Karen, Melissa and Jessica for their encouragement and support.
Producer: Julie Rush
Stage Managers: Jennifer Monteith, Bill Hammond
ASMs: Kelly Noussis, Treva Marlatt
Lighting Design: Bridget Jankowski, Katherine Bignell-Jones
Operators: Owen Vettese, Sebastien Lee, John Acuna
Sound Design: Sheilla Shojaie
Scenic artist/poster Design: Theresa Arneaud
Set build & paint: Fred Dus, Graham Parkinson, David Clarke, David Nicholson, Ken Nakamura
Costumes: Laurie Turner, Ann Lenchak
Properties: Evelyn Clarke with David Clarke & Sandra Quigley
Audition coordinator: Heather Lacey
Publicity/program: David Nicholson
Special thanks to Bloor West Dental Group
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