Lawrie Carruthers as Jane Talbot
Lawrie Carruthers is pleased to return to the Village Playhouse, where she has performed in The Impossibility of Now (2022) and A Party to Murder (2016). She recently spent time overseas where she performed in Twelve Angry Jurors and The Glass Menagerie with English Theatre Madrid.
Deena Baltman as Pam Marsh
Village credits include Melissa in Love Letters (2021) and Amanda in The Glass Menagerie (2019). Other credits include Two Small Bodies (Toronto Fringe Festival), Steel Magnolias (Gryphon Theatre), and The Caine Mutiny (Canadian Stage). Deena trained at LAMDA, Equity Showcase and C.A.S.T. Huge thanks to hubby and kids for their support!!
Alex Stamp as Steve Marsh
Alex has performed in Toronto for the past 20 years including: The Impossibility of Now (Village Players) and farces, pantomimes, mysteries, improv, and original works, many with NAGS and Theatre InspiraTO. They all add to his primary role as husband and father and to his daily turn on stage as a dramatic arts teacher at Lawrence Park C.I.
Audrey Amar as Chris Dodd
Two lines proudly mumbled in a preschool play started Audrey’s continuing love of theatre. She graduated with honours from U of T’s Theatre and Performance Studies practical program which she was chosen to represent at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. She specializes in commedia dell’arte, clown, Shakespeare, and armed stage combat.
Gavin Magrath as Tony Bishop
Gavin began acting professionally at age 9, but disappointed his parents by becoming a lawyer. Favourite roles have included Touchstone in As You Like It, Benedick in Much Ado… and Max in Lend me a Tenor (Theatre Etobicoke). Big thanks to the Village Players team for keeping the lights on!
Grace Emily Miller as Gemma Dodd
Grace found her grace as a dancer, participating in various showcases, competitions, and more character-driven dance endeavours. She first graced the stage as an actor in Mortar and Pestle Productions’ The 39 Steps playing three leading ladies. She has since gracefully transitioned into the acting world both on stage and on screen.
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