The 39 Steps CAST

"Village Players" "Bloor West Village Players" "Village Playhouse" "Runnymede theatre" theatre theater "community theatre" "The 39 Steps" "Patrick Barlow" "John Buchan" "Alfred Hitchcock" "Michael Hiller" "Ethan Ryckman"

Ethan Ryckman as Hannay

Ethan is delighted to be returning to the Village Players with such an amazing cast and crew. Previous credits include Stag and Doe (Village Players), Scrooge in A Christmas Carol Live Radio Play (Lower Ossington Theatre), Fury in Kore (Erindale Beck Festival), Roland in Open Rescue (Toronto Fringe Festival), and Darryl in Powers and Gloria (Village Players).

"Village Players" "Bloor West Village Players" "Village Playhouse" "Runnymede theatre" theatre theater "community theatre" "The 39 Steps" "Patrick Barlow" "John Buchan" "Alfred Hitchcock" "Michael Hiller" "Dee Dee de Kenessey"

Dee Dee de Kenessey as Annabella, Margaret, Pamela

Dee Dee is making her debut on the Village Players stage after acting in our Zoom production of The Importance of Being Earnest last year. Other recent productions elsewhere include A Lion in Winter and Fiddler on the Roof. A huge thank you to her husband Brendan, their two cats, other family and friends for their never-ending love and support.

"Village Players" "Bloor West Village Players" "Village Playhouse" "Runnymede theatre" theatre theater "community theatre" "The 39 Steps" "Patrick Barlow" "John Buchan" "Alfred Hitchcock" "Michael Hiller" "Jane Hunter"

Jane Hunter as clown #2

Jane has spent 40 years on the Village stage trying to contain the giggles while playing in various comedies.   But Clown #2 in The 39 Steps takes the cake (or should that be biscuit).  Jane will be forever grateful to the Director Mike Hiller for casting an old broad in a part written for a twenty-something male

"Village Players" "Bloor West Village Players" "Village Playhouse" "Runnymede theatre" theatre theater "community theatre" "The 39 Steps" "Patrick Barlow" "John Buchan" "Alfred Hitchcock" "Michael Hiller" "Mark Dallas"

Mark Dallas as clown #1

This is Mark’s third appearance at VP after The Memory of Water and Murder Weapon. In addition to occasionally treading the boards, he divides his time between accent coaching (including some tonight), voicing audiobooks, graphic design, and teaching English as an additional language. He dedicates his performance to his beautiful wife Ann, whose patience he has been trying for 25 years.

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