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Opens June 11
Shakespeare

ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL

All's Well That Ends Well 

By William Shakespeare

Directed by Scott Wentworth

MIRACLES ARE EASY. LOVE’S A LITTLE HARDER

Having worked a seemingly miraculous cure on the painfully afflicted King of France, Helena, an orphaned doctor’s daughter, claims as her reward the hand of Bertram, the young lord she adores. But he so despises her that she’d need another miracle to win his heart. Still, Helena’s no quitter, and she knows a trick or two to get what she wants.



Production support is generously provided by M. Fainer, by John & Barbara Schubert, by Alice & Tim Thornton and by the Tremain family

Support for the 2020 season of the Tom Patterson Theatre is generously provided by BMO

Seana McKenna. Creative Direction by Punch & Judy Inc. Photography by David Cooper. 

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CAST & CREATIVE

    Danny Ghantous
    Bertram
    Jessica B. Hill
    Helen

    2020: Lady Anne in Richard III, Helen in All's Well That Ends Well and Marianne in The Miser. Sixth season. Stratford: Bess/Anne (Mother's Daughter), Ann Putnam (The Crucible), Antipholus of Syracuse (The Comedy of Errors), Emily (Brontë: The World Without), Gabriel/Beelzebub (Paradise Lost), Isabella (The Changeling), Lydia Lubey (All My Sons), Lola (Bunny), Dame Pliant (The Alchemist). Elsewhere: Mother's Daughter (Soulpepper); The Play's the Thing, An Enemy of the People (Segal Centre); The Bacchae (Centaur Theatre); The Lady Smith (Black Theatre Workshop); Scapin, Much Ado About Nothing (Repercussion Theatre). Film/TV: What We Do in the Shadows; On the Basis of Sex; Slaxx; 19-2; Hero: The Life and Times of Ulric Cross; Assassin's Creed: Origins; 30 vies; The Battle of Wills.Training: Birmingham Conservatory; McGill University; Dawson College. Awards: Mary Savidge Award (2016); Elsa Bolam Award (2006); Brian Cloutte Award (2005). Online: jessicabhill.com, @jessicabhill. Et cetera: Love and Gratitude.

     

    Seana McKenna
    Countess of Rossillion
    2020: Queen Margaret in Richard III and Countess of Rossillion in All's Well That Ends Well. 28th season. Last seen at the Festival as Julius Caesar and Mary Tyrone, Ms. McKenna is thrilled to be in the new Tom Patterson Theatre's inaugural company. She spoke her first professional Shakespeare at the old TPT in 1982 as Helena, and took the theatre's last bow as The Madwoman of Chaillot. She worked with both her husband, Miles, and son, Callan Potter, there. Her TPT roles include Richard III, Medea, Mother Courage, Queen Elizabeth I, Queen Margaret, Phèdre, Hannah Jelkes, Lady Torrance, Andromache, Klytemestra, Fraülein Doctor Mathilde von Zahnd, Ella Rentheim, and Anne Driver in Good Mother. Most recently, she appeared in the world première of Yaga (Tarragon), as Penelope in The Penelopiad (Grand) and as Shylock in The Merchant of Venice. Last July, she was invested into the Order of Canada.
    Ben Carlson
    King of France

    2020: Lord Hastings in Richard III and King of France in All's Well That Ends Well. 12th season. 

     

    Tom Rooney
    Paroles
    2020: Duke of Buckingham in Richard III and Paroles in All's Well That Ends Well. 12th season. Stratford: Coriolanus, Napoli Milionaria!, Twelfth Night, The School for Scandal, Tartuffe in Tartuffe, Breath of Kings, The Taming of the Shrew, Love's Labour's Lost, Crazy for You, Man of La Mancha, Measure for Measure, Waiting for Godot, Wanderlust, Winter's Tale, For the Pleasure of Seeing Her Again, Macbeth, Julius Caesar, A Midsummer Night's Dream, All's Well That Ends Well. Elsewhere: Cyrano de Bergerac, Victory (Shaw Festival); The Wedding Party (Crow's Theatre/TIFT); Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Citadel); The Seagull, Someone Else (Crow's); My Mother's Feet (Munich); Hairspray (Toronto, Broadway); Hamlet (NAC); Roméo et Juliette (Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan). Film/TV: CBC's This Is Wonderland; The Gilda Radner Story; The Day After Tomorrow; Flash of Genius. Awards: Two Gemini nominations; Dora Award, Outstanding Actor, 2013; Sterling Award, Best Actor, 2016.
    Marion Adler
    Widow Capilet

    2020: Citizen #3 in Richard III, Widow Capilet in All's Well That Ends Well and Jessica, Siri in Hamlet-911. 10th season. Stratford: Grandma Elliot in Billy Elliot the Musical, lyricist for The Merry Wives of Windsor, Lady Markby in An Ideal Husband, Mrs. Dubose in To Kill a Mockingbird, Cicero, Volumnius in Julius Caesar, Lady Capulet in Romeo and Juliet, Gabrielle in The Madwoman of Chaillot, Diana in and lyricist for The Adventures of Pericles. Elsewhere: Paulina and Hermione in The Winter's Tale, Queen Marguerite in Exit the King, Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing, Philaminte in The Learned Ladies, Titania in A Midsummer Night's Dream (Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey); Princess of France in Love's Labour's Lost, Emilia in Othello, Mistress Quickly in Henry IV Part 2 (Shakespeare Santa Cruz). Et cetera: Ms Adler is an internationally acclaimed, award-winning lyricist.

     

    Shelly Antony
    2020: Norfolk in Richard III, appears in All's Well That Ends Well  and understudy in The Miser. Second season. Stratford: Al-Hafi in Nathan the Wise, Surveyor, Griffith, Dr. Butts in Henry VIII. Elsewhere: Tariq in A Thousand Splendid Suns (The Grand Theatre); Mubeen in Acha Bacha (Theatre Passe Muraille); Cassio in Othello (Driftwood Theatre); Iyar in Little Pretty and the Exceptional (Factory Theatre); Amir in Disgraced (Magnus Theatre); Craig/Craven in Scarberia (YPT); Henry Clerval in Frankenstein Live! (Arts Engine). Film/TV: Ronnie in JETT (HBO/Cinemax); Nick in Reach (Valence Films); Aathi in A Gun & A Ring (EyeCatch Multimedia). Training: MFA - The New School for Drama; Birmingham Conservatory. Awards: Dora nomination for Best Individual Performance for Scarberia. Et cetera: Thank you to my family and friends.
    Wayne Best
    Lafew

    2020: King Edward IV, Sir Christopher in Richard III, Lafew in All's Well That Ends Well and Mervin in The Miser. 25th season. Stratford: Suffolk (Henry VIII), Deputy Governor Danforth (The Crucible), Friar Laurence (Romeo and Juliet), The Prospector (The Madwoman of Chaillot), Antiochus, Simonides (Pericles), Surly (The Alchemist), Capulet (Romeo and Juliet), Axel Oxenstierna (Christina, The Girl King), Hubert (King John), Caliban (The Tempest), Don John (Much Ado About Nothing), Buckingham (Richard III), Macduff (Macbeth), Fluellen (Henry V), Gratiano (The Merchant of Venice), Cornwall (King Lear), Leontes (The Winter's Tale), Grumio (The Taming of the Shrew), Agamemnon (Troilus and Cressida), Mercutio (Romeo and Juliet). Elsewhere: Brutus (Julius Caesar), Antonio (The Tempest), Captain Keller, Karl (Heaven), Abbott (Inexpressible Island), Anderson (Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Toward the Somme), Quinn (The Affections of May), Johnny (Balconville), Jacob Mercer (Salt-Water Moon), Taylor (K2), Billy (The Collected Works of Billy the Kid).

     

    Michael Blake
    Second Lord Dumaine

    2020: George, Duke of Clarence in Richard III, Second Lord Dumaine in All's Well That Ends Well and Fletcher in The Miser. Ninth season. Stratford: Othello, Merry Wives, Front Page, Tempest, Coriolanus, Napoli Milionaria!, Tartuffe, Macbeth, All My Sons, Twelfth Night, King Lear, Dream, Romeo and Juliet, Three Musketeers, Merchant of Venice, Much Ado, Henry V. Elsewhere: Lincoln, Topdog/Underdog (Arts Club); James, Superior Donuts (Coal Mine); Beast/Prince, Beauty and the Beast (Theatre Aquarius); MLK, Mountaintop (Theatre Kingston); Edmund, King Lear (Theatre Calgary/Bard on the Beach); Simba, The Lion King (Mirvish/Disney); Othello, Othello (Bard on the Beach); Clybourne Park (Citadel); Mercutio, Romeo and Juliet; Eilif, Mother Courage; Nativity, A Christmas Carol (NAC); Gratiano/Morocco, Merchant of Venice (SITR); Mitch, Spelling Bee (Belfry/Arts Club); Orlando, As You Like It (Soulpepper); Rock and Roll (Canadian Stage); Wilbur County Blues (Blyth). Film/TV: Expanse, Senior Trip, YTV Rocks, Degrassi. Training: National Theatre School of Canada, Soulpepper Academy, St. Michael's Choir School. 

     

    David Collins
    Gentleman

    2020: Stanley, Earl of Derby, in Richard III, Gentleman in All's Well That Ends Well and Sir Arthur Edgerton in The Miser. 12th season. Stratford: The Merry Wives of Windsor, The Front Page, Coriolanus, Napoli Milionaria!, The Changeling, Timon of Athens, Macbeth, As You Like It, Pericles, The Alchemist, King Lear, Richard III, Titus Andronicus, The Tempest, Caesar and Cleopatra. Elsewhere: Shakuntala (Premiere Dance Theatre); The Adventures of a Black Girl in Search of God (Mirvish); Twelfth Night, Donut City (Canadian Stage); Pusha Man, Ma Rainey's Black Bottom (Passe Muraille); Top Gun the Musical (Factory Theatre/N.Y.C.); Romeo and Juliet (Shakespeare in Action); Founding Member of Obsidian Theatre Company. Film/TV: Assassin's Creed Origins, Killjoys, Dark Matter, Watch Dogs 2, Jean of the Joneses, Saving Hope, Murdoch Mysteries, Nikita, Owning Mahowny, The Incredible Hulk, Warehouse 13, Nurse.Fighter.Boy, XIII. Training: MFA, York  University. Awards: Tyrone Guthrie Award. Dora nominations: Twilight Café, The America Play

     

    Jordin Hall
    Young Lord #4
    2020: Executioner #1, Herbert in Richard III, Young Lord #4 in All's Well that Ends Well and appears in Hamlet-911. Third season. Stratford: Sergeant in Henry VIII, Marshal Herrick in The Crucible, Mr. Montford in An Ideal Husband, Popilius Lena, Dardanius in Julius Caesar, To Kill a Mockingbird. Elsewhere (selected): Othello in Othello (Driftwood Theatre); Berowne in Love's Labour's Lost, Leontes in The Winter's Tale (Dauntless City Theatre); Aaron in Titus Andronicus (Seven Siblings Theatre); Lysander and Robin Starveling in A Midsummer Night's Dream (Humber River Shakespeare). Film/TV: See No Evil (Discovery ID). Training: Brock University (Performance Concentration), Birmingham Conservatory for Classical Theatre. Et cetera: Thank you, Mom, Dad, Grandma and anyone who has ever supported me. Love, peace, and SOULLLLLL TRAIN.
    Nicole Joy-Fraser
    Mariana
    2020: Mariana in All's Well That Ends Well and Veronique St. Pierre in The Rez Sisters. Stratford debut. Regional: Blyth Festival, Carousel Players, Charlottetown Festival, Native Earth Performing Arts, Unsettled Scores, Red Sky Performance, Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Essential Collective Theatre, Soundstreams, Young People's Theatre, Nightwood Theatre, Magnus Theatre, Persephone Theatre, Jumblies Theatre. Elsewhere: Disney's Beauty and the Beast (U.K. tour/Athens, Greece), Mamma Mia! (original U.S. tour). Film/TV: Detention Adventure, Baroness von Sketch Show (CBC), Québexit (Telefilm). Recordings: Jerry Springer: The Opera (award-winning West End production/BBC), The Magic of Christmas with John Rutter and the Toronto Mendelssohn Youth Choir (CBC). Training: The Actor's Centre (London, U.K.), Randolph Academy. Et cetera: Nicole dedicates this season to family, friends and her ancestors; those who came before and the ones who are yet to come.
    Ron Kennell
    Lavatch

    2020: Mayor in Richard III, Lavatch in All's Well That Ends Well and Jack in The Miser. Ninth season. Stratford: Henry VIII, Nathan the Wise, Birds of a Kind, To Kill a Mockingbird, Julius Caesar, Cymbeline, Timon of Athens, King John, King Lear, Brothers Karamazov, The Swanne, Agamemnon. Elsewhere: Lear (Groundling), The Boat (TNB/Neptune), Mr. New Year's Eve (Blyth), The Maids (Buddies in Bad Times), Mother Courage, St. Carmen of The Main (NAC), Death of the King, Macbeth, Aurash (Modern Times), Monsieur D'Eon Is a Woman (Pea Green), Picasso at the Lapin Agile (Canadian Stage). Film/TV: Dr. Cabbie (writer), Reveille (writer, director), Pompeii, Hemlock Grove, Gangland Undercover, Mutant X, La Femme Nikita. Awards: Several Dora nominations - Best Actor, Ensemble; Harold Award, William Needles Award 2019. Et cetera: Video game credits include Far Cry Primal, Assassins Creed - Unity and Syndicate, Ghost Recon Wildlands and Starlink.

     

    Qasim Khan
    Younger Lord #1

    2020: Sir Richard Ratcliffe in Richard III, Younger Lord #1 in All's Well That Ends Well and Charlie in The Miser. Fourth season. Stratford: The Neverending Story, Paradise Lost, The Comedy of Errors, Henry VIII, The Crucible, The Changeling, Timon of Athens, The Madwoman of Chaillot. Elsewhere: Paradise Lost (Centaur); Hamlet, All's Well…, Das Ding (Canadian Stage); Acha Bacha (TPM/Buddies); Anne of Green Gables, Alice Through the Looking-Glass (Charlottetown Festival); The Crucible, The Royal Comedians, Dirt, Letters from the Great War (Soulpepper); Alligator Pie, A Craigslist Cantata (national tours); The Lion, the Witch… (TNB); Banyan Tree (Theatre Direct). Film/TV: Riftworld Chronicles, Nikita, Saving Hope, Dan for Mayor, Little Mosque. Training: Graduate of the Soulpepper Academy; University of Toronto/Sheridan. Awards: John Hirsch Memorial Award; Dora Award nominee/winner; MyTheatre/BroadwayWorld nominee. Et cetera: Big thanks to his family, friends; Robyn & Danny; Antoni, Scott, Beth; and, most of all, his incredible mum. Follow him @theqasimkhan

     

    Alexandra Lainfiesta
    Diana Capilet

    2020: Mistress Shore in Richard III, Diana Capilet in All's Well That Ends Well and Eleanor in The Miser. Third season. Stratford: Anne Boleyn in Henry VIII, Assunta in Napoli Milionaria!, Adriana in The Comedy of Errors. Elsewhere: World premières: Anywhere But Here (Electric Company), Green Lake (Solo Collective), Good Day and Good Night (Carousel Theatre). Musicals: West Side Story (Theatre Under the Stars), El Jinete: A Mariachi Opera (Puente Theatre). Film/TV: Bella Ciao! (Commercial Drive Productions), Un Día de Sol (Códice Cinema). Training: Canadian College of Performing Arts, Studio 58, Birmingham Conservatory for Classical Theatre. Awards: Jessie Richardson Award (Best Actor in a Lead Role: Green Lake), Ovation Award nomination (Best Supporting Actor: Anita in West Side Story), Sidney J. Risk Foundation and Studio 58 Acting Award. Et cetera: Gracias a mi familia en Guatemala y a mi familia Latinx en Canada. Los amo. 

     

    Roy Lewis
    Reynaldo
    2020: Archibishop of Ely in Richard III, Reynaldo in All's Well That Ends Well and Mr. Simon in The Miser. 15th season.
    Beck Lloyd
    2020: Citizen #2 in Richard III and appears in All's Well That Ends Well and The Miser. Stratford debut. Elsewhere (selected): Portia in The Merchant of Venice, Marina in Pericles, Phaedra in Hippolytus, Maybe Jane in The Yellow Wallpaper (York University); Irma in The Madwoman of Chaillot (Lunar Stratagem); Mary Anne Shad in Portraits Patterns Possibilities (Culchahworks); Fabiana Cunningham in The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (Lower Ossington Theatre). Film/TV: Dawn in Close That Door!, Terri in Sherlock at Home, appears in Magnesium. Training: MFA York University, Factory Mechanicals, Claude Watson Arts Program, Birmingham Conservatory for Classical Theatre. Awards: Edith Zacks Millman for Extraordinary Achievement in Performance (Queen's University). Online: @beckklloyd. Et cetera: Thanks, Mum.
    Jamie Mac
    Younger Lord #3
    2020: Earl of Richmond in Richard III, Younger Lord #3 in All's Well That Ends Well and Victor in The Miser. Sixth season. Stratford: Slender (Merry Wives), Kruger (Front Page), Benvolio (Romeo and Juliet), Allardyce (Treasure Island), Wickers (The Breathing Hole), Lennox (Macbeth), Silvius (As You Like It), Kastril (The Alchemist), Fisherman (Pericles), Young Soldier (Mother Courage), Towrus (Antony and Cleopatra). Elsewhere: Petruchio (St. Lawrence); Jacob Mercer, Salt-Water Moon (NAC); Laurie, Vimy (GCTC); Clown, The 39 Steps (Stage West); David Jung, Rockbound (Two Planks); Michael, Elephant Song (Beothuk Street); Dromio of Ephesus, The Comedy of Errors (SBTS); Jerry, Zoo Story (Reid Theatre). Film/TV: On the Count of Three, Murdoch Mysteries, Uninvited Guest, Played, Beauty and the Beast, Republic of Doyle, Covert Affairs, Life with Derek. Training: Birmingham Conservatory; Ryerson University, BFA Acting. Awards: Elephant Song: Walter Chambers Scholarship, D.A. Matthews Scholarship, Honorary Chairman's Award for Best Actor. Et cetera: Proud Newfoundlander.
    Qianna MacGilchrist
    Nurse

    2020: Citizen #5 in Richard III, Nurse in All's Well That Ends Well and Marlene in Hamlet-911. Stratford debut. Elsewhere: Juliet in Measure for Measure (Repercussion Theatre), Lily in The In-Between, Old Witch in Little Witch (Geordie Theatre), Timon in Heart in Hand (Spur of the Moment Shakespeare Collective). Training: National Theatre School. 

     

     

    Jonathan Mason
    2020: Sir James Blunt in Richard III and appears in All's Well That Ends Well and The Miser. Stratford debut. Stage: Iago in Othello, Richard in Richard III, Sparkish in The Country Wife, Lysander in A Midsummer Night's Dream (London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art); Paul Bratter in Barefoot in the Park, Paul Verral in Born Yesterday (Blue Bridge Repertory Theatre); Henry Baskerville in Hound of the Baskervilles (Royal Canadian Stage Co.); Young Sherlock in Sherlock Holmes (Chemainus Theatre Festival); Mark Antony in Julius Caesar (Victoria Shakespeare Society). Film/TV: The Flash, Far Cry 4, Monkey Up, Cascadia, Ollie and Emma. Directing: Julius Caesar (New Image College, Vancouver). Training: Birmingham Conservatory, The London Academy of Dramatic Art (Masters with Distinction, Classical Acting). Et cetera: Jonathan dedicates this season to his family and in memory of his father.
    Lisa Nasson
    2020: Citizen #4 in Richard III and appears in All's Well That Ends Well and Hamlet-911. Stratford debut. Elsewhere: Thriving Tree in SCANNER (Factory Theatre Wired); Angelina in Spirit Horse (Roseneath Theatre); Temina in Munschtime! (Young People's Theatre); Margaret in Fatty Legs (Xara Choral Theatre); Genevieve in Lullaby: Inside the Halifax Explosion (Eastern Front Theatre); Christine in Offensive Fouls, Katarina in Vivaldi's Ring of Mystery (Neptune Theatre). Training: Birmingham Conservatory for Classical Theatre, George Brown Theatre School, Neptune Theatre Acting Conservatory. Online: lisanasson@gmail.com, Instagram @lisanasson. Et cetera: Lisa would like to thank her family for encouraging her imagination.
    Mike Shara
    Duke of Florence

    2020: Sir William Catesby in Richard III, Duke of Florence in All's Well That Ends Well and Guinness Menzies in Hamlet-911. Ninth season. Stratford: The Homecoming, As You Like It, The Matchmaker, Hamlet, Love's Labour's Lost, King Lear, The Importance of Being Earnest, The Front Page, Othello. Elsewhere: 10 seasons at the Shaw Festival, appearances with Soulpepper, Tarragon, National Arts Centre, Vancouver Playhouse, Citadel Theatre, Theatre Calgary, MTC, Theatre Aquarius, Canadian Stage. Film/TV: Orphan Black, Designated Survivor, Murdoch Mysteries, Run to Me, Ride, Defining Moments, Whatever Linda, The Gathering. Awards: 1983 St. Catharines Minor League Baseball Sportsmanship Award. Twitter: @mikeshara. Et cetera: Love to Molly, Carla, my parents and brothers, Jeff and Matt.

     

    E.B. Smith
    First Lord Dumaine
    2020: Lord Rivers in Richard III First Lord Dumaine in All's Well That Ends Well  and appears in Hamlet-911. 10th season. Stratford: Montano (Othello), Wilson (The Front Page), Surrogate (Coriolanus), Doctor (Napoli Milionaria!), Orsino (Twelfth Night), Seyton (Macbeth), Dr. Jim Bayliss (All My Sons), Thaliard, Leonine (Pericles), Eilif (Mother Courage), Melun (King John), Bellievre (Mary Stuart), Abhorson (Measure for Measure), Cymbeline, Elektra. Elsewhere: Brucie, Sweat (Theatre Aquarius); Othello, Othello (Shakespeare BASH'd); Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., The Mountaintop (Grand); Big Sam, Gone With the Wind (RMTC); Seyton, Macbeth; Friar Laurence, Romeo and Juliet (Chicago Shakespeare); Macduff, Macbeth (First Folio); King, King Hedley II (Karamu); Moustique, Dream on Monkey Mountain; Junior, Before It Hits Home; Cleveland Play House; Idaho Shakespeare Festival; Theater Wit, Chicago; The Great Lakes Theater Festival. Training: Ohio University, Birmingham Conservatory. Et cetera: E.B. would like to dedicate his work to his parents and grandmother, and to the memory of his Papa.
    Gordon Patrick White
    First Soldier, Interpreter

    2020: Sir Robert Brackenbury in Richard III, First Soldier, Interpreter in All's Well That Ends Well and Yorick in Hamlet-911. Fourth season. Stratford: Mother's Daughter, The Crucible, The Comedy of Errors, Napoli Milionaria!, The Tempest, Romeo and Juliet, Treasure Island, The Breathing Hole. Elsewhere: Edgar, King Lear (NAC); Mooch, Where the Blood Mixes (Theatre NorthWest); Clov, Endgame (Theatre Newfoundland Labrador); Puck, A Midsummer Night's Dream (Stephenville); Titus, The Devil's Disciple (Neptune); Kemp, Vigil (Live Bait Theatre); Velveteen Rabbit, The Velveteen Rabbit (Theatre New Brunswick); Loomis, Our Eliza (Ship's Company Theatre); An Acre of Time (GCTC); Injun Joe/Fred, Dead White Writer on the Floor (Magnus Theatre). Film/TV: Haven, Mr. D, This Hour Has 22 Minutes, New Waterford Girl, Blackfly, Gracie's Choice, Trudeau II, Black Harbour, Charlie Zone, Picnicface. Training: BFA, Memorial University. Et cetera: Wela'lin to my family in Newfoundland, my friends in Nova Scotia, and all my relations on Turtle Island.

     

    Micah Woods
    2020: Lord Grey in Richard III, Danny in Hamlet-911 and appears in All's Well That Ends Well. Stratford debut. Elsewhere: Taz in Samantha: A Concept Album, Set to Stage (Greenlight Theatre); Slightly in Peter Pan (Bad Hats Theatre); Dido in Dido, Queen of Carthage, directed by Peter Hinton (York University Theatre). Training: Birmingham Conservatory, 2019 (Stratford Festival); Acting Conservatory, York University, 2018 (BFA); Michael Gordon Shore, Role Development. Online: Instagram: @micah.woods. Et cetera: This is for my family; thank you for your endless support!
    Scott Wentworth
    Director

    2020: Director of All's Well That Ends Well and Rex in Hamlet-911. 26th season. Stratford: Recent roles include Shylock in The Merchant of Venice, Tevye in Fiddler on the Roof, Sir Epicure Mammon in The Alchemist, the title role in John Gabriel Borkman, The Ragman in The Madwoman of Chaillot and James Tyrone in Long Day's Journey Into Night. Directing credits include both parts of Henry IV (2001), The Adventures of Pericles (2015), Romeo and Juliet (2017) and Julius Caesar (2018). Et cetera: Mr. Wentworth is a Tony- and Olivier-nominated theatre artist whose work has been celebrated on Broadway, in London's West End and in theatres across the U.S. and Canada. This winter he will play the title role in the Shakespeare BASH'd production of King Lear.

     

    Michelle Bohn
    Designer
    2020: Designer of All's Well That Ends Well and costume designer of Hamlet. Fourth season. Stratford: HMS Pinafore (associate costume designer). Off-Broadway: Costume designer: A Four-Letter Word (Classic Stage Company/The Plastic Theatre). Designer: Richard III, King Lear, Macbeth (New York Classical Theatre); Orpheus (Next Wave Festival). Off-Off-Broadway: Costume designer: Displaced Wedding (New Worlds Theatre). Selected Regional: Designer: Crees in the Caribbean (Theatre Aquarius). Costume designer: Jukebox Hero (Ed Mirvish Theatre); Measure for Measure (Canadian Stage); Theory (Tarragon); The Nether, Between Riverside & Crazy (Coal Mine); The New Canadian Curling Club (Blyth Festival); Amadeus, The Gamblers (Talk is Free); The Lieutenant of Inishmore, Kimberly Akimbo (Southern Rep); Coriolanus, Henry V (Shakespeare Festival at Tulane). Film/TV: Costume designer: Save Me, For the Record (CBC Gem); NOLA; The Red Thunder (short); Good Sister (short). Training: MFA from University of Missouri - Kansas City; BFA from Concordia University. Online: michellebohndesign.com.
    Louise Guinand
    Lighting Designer
    2020: Lighting designer of All's Well That Ends Well and Three Tall Women. 34th season. Stratford: Over 60 productions including Henry VIII, Julius Caesar, Twelfth Night, Romeo and Juliet, All My Sons, The Winter's Tale. Elsewhere: Ms Guinand has designed lights for over 550 shows across Canada and the United States at many theatres, including the Shaw Festival, Citadel Theatre, National Arts Centre, Grand Theatre, WCTC, Globe Theatre and Soulpepper. Recent productions include Rope (Shaw); Cinderella, I Call Myself Princess (Globe); Pinocchio (YPT). Training: A graduate of Queen's University and the National Theatre School. Awards: One Dora Award. Multiple award nominations across Canada. Louise was the recipient of the 2018 Bradley Garrick Guthrie Award. Other: Louise is within seven Shakespeares of achieving her desire to light the entire Shakespearean canon.
    Paul Shilton
    Composer
    2020: Composer for All's Well That Ends Well. Seventh season. Stratford: In past years Paul has composed the music for The Adventures of Pericles at the Tom Patterson Theatre, Edward II at the Studio Theatre, Romeo and Juliet, Julius Caesar and An Ideal Husband at the Festival Theatre, and Dark Lady of the Sonnets, a Stratford/CBC Radio co-production recorded live at the Glenn Gould Studio. Elsewhere: Paul composed and performed the music for Alternative Theatre Works' production of Wind in the Willows at the Masonic Hall theatre space in Stratford. He also composed for the production of The Hobbit at the Grand Theatre in London. Teaching: Paul teaches a vocal ensemble class for the theatre program at Fanshawe College in London.
    Verne Good
    Sound Designer
    2020: Sound designer of All's Well That Ends Well. Eighth season. Stratford: Composer/sound designer for Othello; sound designer for To Kill a Mockingbird, Long Day's Journey Into Night, Julius Caesar, Romeo and Juliet, Pericles, Hirsch; associate sound designer of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Elsewhere: Recent favourites include sound design for Honour Beat, Fences, The Mountaintop (Grand); The Other Side of the Game (Cahoots/Obsidian); The Pigeon King, The New Canadian Curling Club (Blyth); The 39 Steps (Dora nomination) (Soulpepper); Up the Garden Path (Obsidian); Was Spring, Communion (Tarragon); Free as Injuns (Native Earth); sound design and composition for The Virgin Trial (GCTC); Outside, Birds of a Feather, Ladies and Gentlemen Boys and Girls (Roseneath); Tick (Carousel); The Red Queen, Stockholm (Seventh Stage Productions); The Normal Heart (Studio 180); The Atomic Weight of Happiness (StandUp Dance). Training: Bishop's University; NTS.
    Adrienne Gould
    Movement Director
    2020: Movement director of Much Ado About Nothing, All's Well That Ends Well and An Undiscovered Shakespeare and movement coach. 14th season. Stratford (selected): Movement director: The Crucible, Timon of Athens. Assistant choreographer: Shakespeare in Love. Ophelia in Hamlet, Miranda in The Tempest, Bianca in The Taming of the Shrew, Yasmin in Pentecost, Hero in Much Ado About Nothing, Regina in Ghosts, Phebe in As You Like It, Dot in The Swanne, Jaquenetta in Love's Labour's Lost, Jessica in The Merchant of Venice, Freddy in Tempest-Tost, Margot in The Diary of Anne Frank. Elsewhere: The Matchmaker (director Nicholas Martin), The Rivals (director Roger Rees) (Williamstown Theater Festival); The Butter and Egg Man (American Stage Company); Love's Labour's Lost (NAC); Buried Child (NAC/Segal Centre); Einstein's Gift, Ed's Garage, Other Desert Cities (Grand). Film/TV: Hamlet, The Lady in Question, Nikita, Timothy Goes to School. Training: North Carolina School of the Arts, Birmingham Conservatory. Awards: Mary Savidge Award.
    Julia Nish-Lapidus
    Assistant Director
    2020: Assistant director of All's Well That Ends Well. Second season. Stratford: Assistant director of Private Lives. Elsewhere: Co-artistic director and co-founder of Shakespeare BASH'd. Director: Cymbeline, Richard III, The Comedy of Errors, The Duchess of Malfi (staged reading) (Shakespeare BASH'd); Romeo and Juliet (& Joni) (Untitled Productions); The Tom and Gertie Letters Project (SpringWorks); Talk to Me Like the Rain and Let Me Listen, This Property is Condemned (Playwright Project). Associate Director: The Duchess of Malfi, The Revenger's Tragedy (Ryerson Theatre School). Text coach: As You Like It (Theatre By the Bay); Titus Andronicus (Hart House). Co-creator: Modern Love (Canadian Stage/Next Stage). Actor: Dublin Carol (Fly on the Wall); The Forest (Red One); OVER, See Bob Run (Theatre Caravel); A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Taming of the Shrew, Hamlet, Twelfth Night (Shakespeare BASH'd). Training: Sheridan/University of Toronto. Online: @ShakesBASHd, shakespearebashd.com.
    Marie Fewer-Muncic
    Stage Manager
    2020: Stage manager of All's Well That Ends Well and assistant stage manager of Here's What It Takes. 14th season. Stratford: Production stage manager: Studio Theatre (2018, 2019). Stage manager: Julius Caesar, Romeo and Juliet (2017), Bunny, Possible Worlds, Hirsch. Assistant stage manager: Tartuffe, As You Like It, Twelfth Night, Evita, Kiss Me, Kate, Macbeth, Rice Boy, Romeo and Juliet (2008), Caesar and Cleopatra, My One and Only, To Kill a Mockingbird, The Duchess of Malfi, The Blonde, the Brunette and the Vengeful Redhead. Apprentice stage manager: Noises Off. Elsewhere: Theatre Sheridan, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Tarragon Theatre, Theatre Erindale, Theatre Direct Canada/Eldritch Theatre, Theatre Passe Muraille/Obsidian Theatre Company, Bluewater Summer Playhouse, Charlottetown Festival. Training: Sheridan College. Et cetera: Much love to Emily and Michael.
    Jacki Brabazon
    Assistant Stage Manager
    2020: Assistant stage manager of All's Well That Ends Well and Hamlet-911. Fifth season. Stratford: Assistant stage manager of The Neverending Story, Little Shop of Horrors (2019), The Comedy of Errors, Paradise Lost (2018), Romeo and Juliet and The Breathing Hole (2017), assistant stage manager of the Michael Langham Directors' Workshop Presentation (2016), production assistant of Possible Worlds, The Last Wife (2015). Elsewhere: Assistant stage manager credits include The Last Wife (The Belfry Theatre/Great Canadian Theatre Company); stage manager credits include CFL 105th Grey Cup (Patrick Roberge Productions), Trudeau Stories (Long Black Car Productions at the Great Canadian Theatre Company); The Amazing Adventures of Pericles, Prince of Tyre (A Company of Fools). Training: University of Ottawa. Awards: Jean A. Chalmers Apprentice Award (2015). Online: Instagram: @jackibrabazonEt cetera: This season is for Norah Marie.
    Corinne Richards
    Assistant Stage Manager
    2020: Assistant stage manager of Richard III and All's Well That Ends Well. 33rd season. Stratford: Festival productions include 21 Shakespearean plays plus The Front Page, Napoli Milionaria!, The School for Scandal, All My Sons, The Physicists, The Beaux' Stratagem, The Thrill, Wanderlust, The Grapes of Wrath, The Homecoming, For the Pleasure of Seeing Her Again, Home, Memoir, Les Belles-Soeurs, Alice Through the Looking-Glass, Amadeus, Little Women, The Country Wife, Pride and Prejudice, An Ideal Husband, Ghosts, The Lark and a 1998 transfer to New York City of Much Ado About Nothing and The Miser. Elsewhere: Corinne has also worked for the Grand Theatre, Manitoba Theatre Centre, National Arts Centre, Red Barn Theatre, etc. Training: University of Waterloo. Et cetera: It is very exciting to be working on the two Shakespeare plays which opened the first Stratford Festival season and the new Tom Patterson Theatre this season!
    Emma Slunt
    Apprentice Stage Manager
    2020: Apprentice stage manager of All's Well That Ends Well and An Undiscovered Shakespeare. Second season. Stratford: Production assistant at the Studio Theatre for the 2019 season. Elsewhere: Mamma Mia! (Stage West Dinner Theatre); Rusalka (Canadian Opera Company); Jersey Boys (Stage West Dinner Theatre); Oh! What a Beautiful Morning/Canada the Musical (Carter-Ryan Productions); Legally Blonde (Stage West Dinner Theatre); Constellations (Alberta Theatre Projects); 39 Steps (Vertigo Theatre); Illuminations (Movement Factory/Banff Centre for Performing Arts); 1979 (Alberta Theatre Projects). Training: University of Calgary. Et cetera: Emma dedicates this season to her family and friends.
    Meghan Callan
    Production Stage Manager
    2020: Production stage manager of the Tom Patterson Theatre. 20th season. Stratford (selected): Production stage manager: Festival, Avon and Studio theatres. Stage manager: Paradise Lost, The Virgin Trial, A Little Night Music, The Physicists, A Midsummer Night's Dream (2014). Assistant stage manager: Tommy, Jesus Christ Superstar, The Tempest (2010), My Fair Lady. Elsewhere: The Virgin Trial, The Goat or, Who is Sylvia? (Soulpepper); Meghan has worked in stage management for the Shaw Festival, Atlantic Theatre Festival, Theatre New Brunswick, NAC, Citadel Theatre, Globe Theatre, Lighthouse Festival Theatre and corporate clients such as General Motors, Toyota Canada, the Retail Council of Canada and the Canadian International Auto Show. Training: BFA, York University. Awards: 2017 Tyrone Award, Stratford Festival. Et cetera: Thanks again to Ella, Beatrice, and Peter for their love and patience.

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