Conor Ling (Justin Hicks)
Conor is thrilled to be part of this incredible cast in this great production. A graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York, Conor is delighted to be back in Toronto. Past credits include: R+J: An Uncivil Tale (Rebel Theatre), Pirates of Penzance (Scranton, PA), and Douglas Carter Beane’s Fairycakes (Scranton, PA). Thanks to friends and family!!
Kristie Paillé (Louise Heindbedder)
Kristie graduated from Fanshawe Theatre arts program in the spring of 2011. Since relocating to Toronto she has worked with many theatre groups. This is Kristie’s 2nd show with Village Players – she portrayed Louise in Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Nile in 2012. She is excited to once again be working with Village on such a wonderful Production.
Steve Ness (Henry Bingham)
Steve graced the Village Playhouse stage in Murder on the Nile in 1981, then in The Drawer Boy in 2013, Blithe Spirit and Strictly Murder in 2014 and The Mouse House and Mr. Pim Passes By in 2015. In the intervening years were short films, commercials, and British Farces. He’d like to thank Laura, Jeff and the Goose.
Richard Hoffman (Dickie Bell)
While “acting” as a lawyer by day, Richard has also put his talents to use on the stage in Seven Days, Jacob and Jack, Kosher Lutherans, A Hamburger in a Pita, Deceived, The Triangle Factory Fire, Social Security,The Love List and 40 Carats. Richard is eternally grateful to Karen, Melissa and Jessica for their encouragement and support.
Whitney Alexander (Pamela Peabody)
Whitney is excited about her first performance with The Village Players. Other stage experience includes Monica Tomb in Theatre Etobicoke’s A Tomb With a View last fall, original sketch and improv comedy, and roles such as Bianca in Othello & Celia in As You Like It. Huge thanks to Daddy for making it possible, and the two sweet little monsters.
Allyson Landy (Muriel Bingham)
Allyson is delighted to be a part of this production of FOTF. Her recent stage appearances include Remember, Maggy? and Forty Carats. This lawyer turned actor thanks her friends and family for their continuing support, the terrific cast and crew for their warmth and collegiality and the producers and director for their hard work in putting together such an entertaining show.