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Festival Theatre
May 11 – October 26
Shakespeare

THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR

by William Shakespeare
Director Antoni Cimolino 

MISTRESSES OF MISCHIEF

Pursuing two respectably married women at the same time, a would-be seducer fails to anticipate that his targets will, quite literally, compare notes. Nor has he reckoned on the mischievous spirit in which the wives will use their wits and wiles to teach him the error of his ways.

Set in the 1950s, in a town not unlike Stratford, Ontario, this production brings Shakespeare’s rollicking comedy close to home – and close to our hearts.

House Program: The Merry Wives of Windsor

Production support is generously provided by Jane Petersen Burfield & family, by Dr. Desta Leavine in memory of Pauline Leavine, and by Dr. M. Lee Myers.

Support for the 2019 season of the Festival Theatre is generously provided by Daniel Bernstein and Claire Foerster.

2019 publicity photography by David Cooper.

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CAST & CREATIVE

    Geraint Wyn Davies
    Falstaff
    2019: Elyot Chase in Private Lives and Falstaff in The Merry Wives of Windsor. 15th season. Stratford (selected): Sir Toby Belch, Sir Peter Teazle, Falstaff , Fluellen, Claudius, Möbius, Cook (Mother Courage), Antony, Duke Vincentio, Leicester, Cymbeline, Malachi Stack, King Arthur, Stephano, Dylan Thomas, Julius Caesar, Bottom, Polonius, Henry Higgins, Henry V, Bassanio, Tom Fashion, D'Artagnan, Richmond, Edward IV, Hortensio, Antipholus of Syracuse, Pericles. Elsewhere: New York: King Lear (Lincoln Center); Poetic License;Do Not Go Gentle; Women Beware Women (Red Bull); Canadian Stage's Liv Stein, The Elephant Man; Shaw Festival, five seasons; Prospero, Richard III, Cyrano (Shakespeare Theatre Company); Love's Labour's Lost (RSC); Hamlet, Henry VIII (Chichester); An Enemy of the People (Lyric Hammersmith, London); two seasons, Theatr Clwyd's artistic associate (Welsh National Co.). Film/TV (selected): The Scottish Play, ReGenesis, Murdoch Mysteries, 24, Slings and Arrows, Black Harbour, Airwolf, Forever Knight, American Psycho II, Hypercube, One of the Hollywood Ten, Conspiracy of Fear.
    Sophia Walker
    Mrs. Ford
    2019: Sibyl Chase in Private Lives, Mrs. Ford in The Merry Wives of Windsor and Mrs. Schneller in The Front Page. 11th season. Stratford (selected): Lady Gertrude Chiltern (An Ideal Husband), Calpurnia (To Kill a Mockingbird), Octavius Caesar (Julius Caesar), Julia (The Two Gentlemen of Verona), Nerissa (The Merchant of Venice), Charmian (Antony and Cleopatra), Hermia (A Midsummer Night's Dream), Lady Macduff (Macbeth), Lady Capulet (Romeo and Juliet), Luciana (The Comedy of Errors). Elsewhere: Catarina Loss (recurring) on Shadowhunters, Murdoch Mysteries, Carter Files, Carmilla: The Movie, How to Buy a Baby (web series), Designated Survivor, Guilty Party (miniseries), Black Cop, Carmilla III (web series), 12 Monkeys, Born to Be Blue, Vanessa in The DIVIDE (AMC), Happy One Year (Temple Street/City Life), Salima in Dora-winning production of Ruined (Obsidian/Nightwood). Training: Ryerson University, Birmingham Conservatory, Canadian Film Centre Actors' Conservatory, 2016. Awards: Mary Savidge, Michael Mawson and Jean A. Chalmers awards, 2012 Dora. Et cetera: Love to my family and Gil.
    Brigit Wilson
    Mrs. Page

    2019: Mrs. Page in The Merry Wives of Windsor, appears in Othello and understudy in The Front Page. 14th season. Stratford: Coriolanus, Napoli Milionaria!, School for Scandal, Macbeth, As You Like It, Hypochondriac, Pericles, Alchemist, Swanne, All's Well, Quiet in the Land, Hunchback, Count of Monte Cristo, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Orpheus Descending (Stratford, MTC, Mirvish), Merchant of Venice, The Comedy of Errors, An Ideal Husband, Three Sisters, Bartholomew Fair, Peter Pan, Grapes of Wrath, King John, Christina, Mother Courage. Elsewhere: Agamemnon (Next Stage); Narcisse Mondoux (Grand); Come Back to the Five and Dime… (Grand/Five & Dime Productions - Dora nomination); Enron (Theatre Calgary); The Merry Wives of Windsor, Glorious, Man of La Mancha (TBTB); The Ballad of Stompin' Tom, Another Season's Harvest (Blyth); The Odd Couple (Segal). TV: Harriet Sims, The Campbells (four seasons). Film: Beyond Innocence, Anne of Avonlea, The Marriage Bed, Echoes in the Darkness, Lustre. Online: Twitter @HOOPOOHEART.

    Graham Abbey
    Mr. Ford

    2019: Director of The Front Page. Mr. Ford in The Merry Wives of Windsor. 21st season. Stratford: Aufidius (Coriolanus), Orgon (Tartuffe), Bolingbroke/Henry IV, conceiver, adaptor (Breath of Kings), Philip the Bastard (King John), Posthumus (Cymbeline), Iago, Petruchio, Henry V, Macbeth, Romeo, Henry VIII, Jaques, Prince Hal, D'Artagnan. Elsewhere: Hamlet (Resurgence); Jeff Skilling (Enron); Sam Byck (Assassins); Charles (School for Scandal) (Chicago). TV: Series lead: The Border. Recurring: Degrassi, Murdoch Mysteries, Covert Affairs, Republic of Doyle. Guest star: Flashpoint, Lost Girl, Rookie Blue, Bomb Girls, Remedy, Frontier, Ransom. Film: Take This Waltz, Casino Jack, Defendor, Stealing Paradise, Angels and Ornaments, Milton's Secret. Awards: Dora, Monte Carlo Television nomination. Directing: Stratford: associate director under Antoni Cimolino, Martha Henry; assistant under Tim Carroll; associate director, Breath of Kings. Director: The Winter's Tale, Measure for Measure, King Lear (Groundling), The Drawer Boy (Festival Players). Et cetera: Michael Langham Workshop for Classical Direction; Artistic Director, Groundling Theatre and Festival Players of Prince Edward County.

    Michael Blake
    Mr. Page

    2019: Othello in Othello, Mr. Page in The Merry Wives of Windsor and Diamond Louis in The Front Page. Eighth season. Stratford: The 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, Merry Wives. 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. Online: @samo_crown.

    Lucy Peacock
    Miss Quickly

    2019: Amanda Prynne in Private Lives and Miss Quickly in The Merry Wives of Windsor. 32nd season. Stratford: Over 75 productions including Coriolanus and Paradise Lost (2018), Ophelia, Rosalind, Viola, Portia, Desdemona, Lady Macbeth, Titania, Beatrice, Gwendolyn, Helena, Duchess of Malfi, Masha, and Mary Stuart. Also Bakkhai, All My Sons, John Gabriel Borkman, She Stoops to Conquer, Hay Fever, The Beaux' Stratagem, Hello, Dolly!, The King and I, For the Pleasure of Seeing Her Again, The Blonde, the Brunette and the Vengeful Redhead and Late Night with Lucy. Training: National Theatre School. Author: Limericks by Lucy Peacock as the Duchess of Malfi: Written as She Lay Dead on the Stage. Et cetera: I have been truly blessed and will be forever grateful for the journey through these great stories. Most blessed and most grateful for the real story, my boys, husband Christopher and sons Harrison and Benjamin. 

    Quinlan Bolton
    2019: Appears in The Merry Wives of Windsor. Stratford debut. Elsewhere: 2018: Stephano, The Tempest (Playmakers!). 2017: Aegeus, Theseus and the Minotaur (Playmakers!). Training: Quinlan is the singer/guitarist in the band Studio 4. They played at Kraft Hockeyville in 2017. Et cetera: "I have always dreamed of being a part of the Stratford Festival but never thought it would happen so soon! Big thanks to all of my 'supporting cast,' my Mum, Dad and brother for encouraging me, Grandma and Grandpa for everything, and Becky for always being awesome. Big thanks to my first music teacher, Steph from Deepwaters, and Rob and Summer at The World's Coolest Music Store. Thanks to Andy from Playmakers! for making me a better actor. Big shout-out to everyone at Little Falls Public School! And finally thank you to the Festival for this amazing opportunity!!"
    Ben Carlson
    Sir Hugh Evans
    2019: Sir Hugh Evans in The Merry Wives of Windsor and Hildy Johnson in The Front Page. 11th season. Stratford: Hamlet, Petruchio (Canadian Screen Award), Benedick, Leontes, Brutus, Apemantus, Octavius, Fluellen, Feste, Touchstone, De Flores (The Changeling), Fredrik (A Little Night Music), Beralde (The Hypochondriac), Captain von Trapp (The Sound of Music), Alceste (The Misanthrope), Jack (The Importance of Being Earnest), Chaplain (Mother Courage), Burleigh (Mary Stuart). Elsewhere: Most recently: Macbeth, Bard on the Beach. Shaw Festival: Tanner, Man and Superman; over 25 productions. Chicago Shakespeare Theater: Hamlet (Joseph Jefferson Award), Macbeth, Pericles. Various favourites: London Road, Canadian Stage; Our Town, Soulpepper Theatre; Berowne, NAC; Death of a Salesman, Neptune Theatre; Candida, Theatre Calgary; Philadelphia, Here I Come!, Walnut Street Theatre; A Doll's House (Dora Award), DVxT. Film/TV: On the Basis of Sex, Murdoch Mysteries, The Strain, Reign, The Anniversary, Saving Hope, Rookie Blue, Grey Gardens, Slings and Arrows.
    David Collins
    Bardolph

    2019: Senator in Othello, Bardolph in The Merry Wives of Windsor and Alderman Dwight D. Willoughby in The Front Page. 11th season. Stratford: The Tempest, Coriolanus, Napoli Milionaria!, The Changeling, Timon of Athens, Macbeth, As You Like It, Pericles, The Alchemist, King Lear, Much Ado About Nothing, Henry V, 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, 12 Monkeys, Jean of the Joneses, Saving Hope, Murdoch Mysteries, Nikita, The Firm, ReGenesis, Owning Mahowny, The Incredible Hulk, MVP, Warehouse 13, Nurse.Fighter.Boy, XIII. Training: MFA, York  University. Awards: Tyrone Guthrie Award. Dora nominations: Twilight Café, The America Play.

    Sarah Dodd
    Hostess of the Garter
    2019: Louise in Private Lives, Hostess of The Garter in The Merry Wives of Windsor and Mollie Malloy in The Front Page. 10th season. Stratford: Paradise Lost, The Comedy of Errors, Treasure Island, Romeo and Juliet, The Breathing Hole, The Importance of Being Earnest, House of Atreus trilogy, The Swanne, Richard III, Private Lives, The Merchant of Venice, Macbeth, The Cherry Orchard, The Alchemist, Julius Caesar, The Seagull, King Lear. Elsewhere (selected): Mustard, The Small Room at the Top of the Stairs, Communion, Humble Boy, The Fall (Tarragon); Domesticated, A Whistle in the Dark, Marion Bridge (Company Theatre); Age of Arousal, The Penelopiad (Nightwood Theatre); Terminus (Outside the March); A Midsummer Night's Dream (Canadian Stage); Bingo (Factory Theatre). Film/TV: Anne with an E (CBC/Netflix), Reign, Murdoch Mysteries. Training: George Brown Theatre School. Awards: Two Dora Awards, three nominations; Mary Savidge Award and a Jerry. Et cetera: Huge love and thanks to Max and Jay.
    Rosemary Dunsmore
    2019: Mrs. Grant in The Front Page and appears in The Merry Wives of Windsor. Sixth season. Stratford: Mme Pernelle, Tartuffe; Bakkhai; Madame Armfeldt, A Little Night Music; Celia, As You Like It; Helena, A Midsummer Night's Dream; Stella, A Streetcar Named Desire. Elsewhere (selected): Toronto: Late Company, Tom at the Farm, Festen, Tout Comme Elle, The New Electric Ballroom, Glass Menagerie. Montreal: Wit, Glorious, Long Day's Journey Into Night. She works as a theatre director across the country. Film/TV (recent): Street Legal (Renée Darling), Orphan Black (Susan Duncan), The Hot Zone, Coroner; over 100 films/TV series. Favourite roles include Katherine Brooke (Anne of Green Gables), title role in Mom PI. Upcoming: The Toll. Awards: Dora, Masque, ACTRA Award, ACTRA Nellie, London Telegraph Best Fringe Performance, Maclean's Honour Roll. Et cetera: She teaches at NTS, Canadian Film Centre. She is grateful for a long, rewarding career and glad to be back at the Festival.
    Farhang Ghajar
    Nym
    2019: Roderigo in Othello, Nym in The Merry Wives of Windsor and Mr. Irving Pincus in The Front Page Third season. Stratford: Federico in Napoli Milionaria!, The Tempest, Coriolanus, The School for Scandal, Twelfth Night, Tartuffe. Elsewhere: Iago in Othello (McMaster Thespian Company); Hamlet in Hamlet's Dorm (McMaster University); Jesus in The Last Judgement (University of Toronto). Film/TV: Man Seeking Woman (FXX); Dark Matter (SYFY); lead in Capture Kill Release, lead in Something to Hide, principal in Uncle Brian (independent feature films). Training: Birmingham Conservatory for Classical Theatre, Advanced Shakespeare (Kristin Linklater, Orkney, Scotland), Strasberg Method Intensive (Tony Greco, N.Y.C.), scene study (Angela Besharah and Jimi Shlag, Toronto), scene study (Caymichael Patten, N.Y.C.), Actors Exchange (David Matheson, Toronto). Awards: Michael Mawson Award (Stratford 2017), Peter Donaldson Award (Stratford 2018). Et cetera: Love and thanks to everyone who has supported me.
    Emma Grabinsky
    2019: Zelda Schneller in The Front Page  and appears in Othello  and The Merry Wives of Windsor Stratford debut. Elsewhere (selected): The Comedy of Errors, The Madwoman of Chaillot, Gut Girls, Les Liaisons Dangereuses (University of Victoria); Duke Orsino in Twelfth Night (Greater Victoria Shakespeare Festival); Hamlet in Hamlet (SATCo); Helen Keller in The Miracle Worker (Vancouver Playhouse). Film/TV (selected): Grand Unified Theory (Second Chance Productions); The Haunting Hour (Hub Network); Mr. Hockey (CBC); Supernatural (CW). Awards: Jessie nomination for The Miracle Worker (Best Actress in a Leading Role), Beijing International Film Festival nomination for Grand Unified Theory (Best Actress in a Feature Film). Training: BFA, University of Victoria. Et cetera: Much love to Mom, Dad, Dorothy, Mary and Ash. Huge gratitude.
    Randy Hughson
    Pistol

    2019: Brabantio in Othello, Pistol in The Merry Wives of Windsor and Fife in The Front Page. 12th season. Stratford (selected): Bob Ewell (To Kill a Mockingbird), Sir John Franklin (The Breathing Hole), Capulet (Romeo and Juliet), Lucky (Waiting for Godot), Antigonus (The Winter's Tale), Senex (A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum), Richard Voss (The Physicists). Elsewhere: Leading roles at the Belfry Theatre, Vancouver Playhouse, Citadel Theatre, Manitoba Theatre Centre, Canadian Stage, Segal Centre, Neptune Theatre, Soulpepper, Tarragon, Factory Theatre, Theatre Passe Muraille, Alberta Theatre Projects, Centaur Theatre, Blyth Festival, National Arts Centre and many others. Film/TV: Randy has worked extensively in television, film and radio. Awards: Nominated for eight Dora Mavor Moore Awards, three Edmonton Sterlings, one Calgary Betty Mitchell, three Vancouver Jessies and one Gemini. Randy has won one of each award. Et cetera: Gratitude and love to Melissa, Georgina and Harvey.

    Micah Kalap
    William Page
    2019: William Page in The Merry Wives of Windsor. Stratford debut. Elsewhere: Prospero in The Tempest, Sebastien in Twelfth Night, Duke Frederick in As You Like It and Longaville in Love's Labour's Lost (OOTB Youth Theatre). Et cetera: Micah is 12 years old. He enjoys acting, swimming, hiking and playing board games. He would like to thank Erica Tessier, all of his acting friends, and his family (especially his sister Rachel) for their support and making all of this possible. He hopes you enjoy the show!
    John Kirkpatrick
    John

    2019: Naval Officer, Herald Cypriot Soldier in Othello, John in The Merry Wives of Windsor and Endicott in The Front Page. Sixth season. Stratford: Walter Cunningham Sr., To Kill a Mockingbird; Caius Ligarius, Julius Caesar; Lt. Brannigan, Joey Biltmore, Guys and Dolls; Apothecary, Romeo and Juliet; Doctor, Macbeth; Oliver, As You Like It; Deuxfois, The Hypochondriac; Marcellus, Fortinbras, Hamlet; Boyet, Love's Labour's Lost; René Descartes, Christina, The Girl King; Red Knight/Walrus, Alice Through the Looking-Glass. Elsewhere: Marley, A Christmas Carol; Jaques, As You Like It; Cassius, Julius Caesar; Lucio, Measure for Measure (Citadel); Slim, Of Mice and Men (Canadian Stage/Theatre Calgary); Tybalt/Friar Laurence, Romeo and Juliet (Theatre Calgary); Everard, Age of Arousal (ATP); Milan, Rock 'n' Roll (Canadian Stage/Citadel); Kent, King Lear; Sir Andrew Aguecheek, Twelfth Night (Freewill). Training: BFA Acting, University of Alberta. Awards: Elizabeth Sterling Haynes Award, Measure for Measure. Et cetera: Former Artistic Director, Freewill Shakespeare Festival (Edmonton). All my love to Breanna and Aidan.

    Shruti Kothari
    Anne Page
    2019: Bianca in Othello, Anne Page in The Merry Wives of Windsor and Jennie Stroud in The Front Page. Third season. Stratford: Napoli Milionaria!, The Comedy of Errors, The Tempest, Hamlet, Love's Labour's Lost, The Taming of the Shrew. Elsewhere: Million Dollar Quartet (Thousand Islands Playhouse, Sudbury Theatre Centre); Five Alarm (Lighthouse Festival); Little Pretty and the Exceptional (Factory Theatre, Dora nomination); James and the Giant Peach (Young People's Theatre); My Co-Mates and Brothers in Exile (Shakespeare in the Ruff); Aladdin (Diversified Productions); Rent, Avenue Q (Lower Ossington Theatre). TV: The Handmaid's Tale (MGM/Hulu); Designated Survivor (ABC). Voice Work: Far Cry 4 (Ubisoft), My Dad Is Scrooge (Eb Scrooge Productions). Training: Factory Mechanicals, Queen's University, Bishop Strachan School, Claude Watson School for the Arts. Et cetera: Endless love and gratitude to my family and friends whose constant support inspires me daily and I cherish deeply.
    Daniel Krmpotic
    Robert
    2019: Robert in The Merry Wives of Windsor, Carl in The Front Page and appears in Othello Stratford debut. Elsewhere (selected): Hamlet in Hamlet (Ryerson Theatre School), Dr. John Buchanan in Summer and Smoke, King Alexander in The Possibilities (Ryerson School of Performance), Clov in Endgame (Michael Chekhov Europe). Collaborator in Daughter (Quiptake Productions/Opia Studios). Training: Birmingham Conservatory for Classical Theatre, Ryerson University's School of Performance, Michael Chekhov Europe (Hugh O'Gorman, Craig Mathers, Croatia), vocal technique (David Dunbar, Toronto), scene study and coaching (Jane Moffat, Toronto) and an Advanced Combatant Certificate with the Academy of Dramatic Combat (Steve Wilsher, Toronto). Et cetera: Thank you to my mentors, friends and family for continually encouraging me to strive towards a greater potential in all spheres of life.
    Josue Laboucane
    Simple

    2019: Simple in The Merry Wives of Windsor, Woodenshoes Eichorn in The Front Page and appears in OthelloSeventh season. Stratford: The Comedy of Errors, Napoli Milionaria!, The Tempest, Timon of Athens, The Madwoman of Chaillot, The Changeling, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, The Aeneid, The Taming of the Shrew, Love's Labour's Lost, King Lear, A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Beaux' Stratagem, Mary Stuart, Measure for Measure, Othello. Birmingham Conservatory: Twelfth Night (Robin Phillips); Private Lives (Christopher Newton); Hamlet (Stephen Ouimette); Love's Labour's Lost (Martha Henry). Elsewhere: Henry VI: Wars of the Roses, Richard III, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Hamlet, Timon of Athens (Vancouver's Bard on the Beach); The Exquisite Hour (Relephant); The Wizard of Oz, Seussical (Carousel); The Emperor's New Threads (Axis). Training: Birmingham Conservatory, Studio 58, Canadian National Voice Intensive. Awards: Jessie Award; Sydney J. Risk Award. Online: Twitter: @josuelaboucane

    Jamie Mac
    Slender
    2019: Slender in The Merry Wives of Windsor, Kruger in The Front Page and appears in Othello. Fifth season. Stratford: Benvolio (Romeo and Juliet), Allardyce (Treasure Island), Wickers (The Breathing Hole), Lennox (Macbeth), Silvius (As You Like It), First Doctor (The Hypochondriac), Kastril (The Alchemist), Fisherman (Pericles), Young Soldier (Mother Courage), Towrus (Antony and Cleopatra). Birmingham Conservatory: Berowne (Love's Labour's Lost), Polixenes (The Winter's Tale). 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: Murdoch Mysteries, Played, Beauty and the Beast, Republic of Doyle, Covert Affairs, Life With Derek. Training: Birmingham Conservatory; Ryerson University, BFA Acting. Awards:Elephant Song: Walter C. Chambers Scholarship, D.A. Matthews Scholarship, Honorary Chairman's Award for Best Actor. Et cetera: Jamie is a Newfoundlander.
    Alex Matheson
    2019: Appears in The Merry Wives of Windsor. Stratford debut. Elsewhere: Annie in the musical Annie Jr. (A.J. Baker Public School); Mrs. Blewitt in Anne of Green Gables (A.J. Baker Public School). Training: Oxford School of Dance, Ingersoll, Ontario. Et cetera: Alex would like to thank her Mom, Dad and brother Declan for all of their love and support. She would also like to thank Summer Weiler, Sarah Hodgkinson and Michelle Beecroft for their help and encouragement.
    Nolan McKee
    Robin
    2019: Robin in The Merry Wives of Windsor. Stratford debut. Elsewhere: Demetrius in A Midsummer Night's Dream and King Alonso in The Tempest (Playmakers Theatre School). Training: Nolan studies piano and voice at the Music Studio of Paul Coates, attends the Apprentice Program at Playmakers Theatre School, and studied Musical Theatre at On Stage Dance Studio. Awards: Nolan received the Hutchinson Morrison Family Trophy, the 10 and Under Musical Theatre Award (2018), the Honourable Justice Robert F. Reid Medals and Award for Top Boy Soprano (2018) (Kiwanis Festival for the Performing Arts). Et cetera: Nolan is excited to be a part of the 2019 Stratford Festival. Nolan would like to thank his mom, dad, Garrett, family and friends for their love and support.
    Gordon S. Miller
    Dr. Caius

    2019: Iago in Othello, Dr. Caius in The Merry Wives of Windsor and Kaplan in The Front Page. 13th season. Stratford (selected): James Tyrone Jr. (Long Day's Journey Into Night), God the Son (Paradise Lost), Pentheus (Bakkhai), Laurent (Tartuffe), Fabian (Twelfth Night), Biondello (The Taming of the Shrew), Williams (Possible Worlds), Scrub (The Beaux' Stratagem), Andrei (Three Sisters), Apollodorus (Caesar and Cleopatra), Roderigo (Othello), Flaminius (Timon of Athens). Elsewhere: A&R Angels (Crow's Theatre); Pride and Prejudice, Robin Hood (Globe Theatre); A Doll's House (Montgomery/TNB). Film/TV: Dmitri in the award-winning miniseries Fargo (Season 1; Best Miniseries: Emmy, Golden Globe), Suits, Republic of Doyle, The Ron James Show, Warehouse 13, Lost Girl. Training: National Theatre School of Canada; Birmingham Conservatory for Classical Theatre. Awards: Tyrone Guthrie Award (2003, 2007, 2018), John Hirsch Award (2004) and the inaugural recipient of the Richard Monette Travel Grant (2009).

    Harrison Robinet
    2019: Appears in The Merry Wives of Windsor. Stratford debut. Harrison is extremely excited about this opportunity to work with the Stratford Festival and the cast of The Merry Wives of Windsor. Harrison was born and raised in Stratford, Ontario. His first experience with theatre was in Avon Public School's operetta production of Madagascar, where he was selected for the speaking role of Rico. Harrison is known to be a skilled and enthusiastic athlete who enjoys being a part of local soccer, hockey and volleyball teams. Harrison would like to thank his biggest fans, which include his mom and dad, as well as his siblings, Charlie, Isabelle and George, for their support. He would like to thank the director, Antoni Cimolino, for the experience.
    Amelia Sargisson
    2019: Desdemona in Othello, Peggy Grant in The Front Page and appears in The Merry Wives of Windsor. Second season. Stratford: Eve in Paradise Lost, Luciana in The Comedy of Errors. Elsewhere: Constanze in Amadeus (TIFT); The 39 Steps (META nomination for Outstanding Ensemble) and The Madonna Painter (Centaur Theatre); Viola/Cordelia in Twelfth Night/King Lear (Canadian Stage); The Watershed and Seeds (Crow's Theatre/Porte Parole); The Millennial Malcontent (Tarragon Theatre); Philomela in If We Were Birds (Imago Theatre - META nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress); Jamie in The Incredible Speediness of Jamie Cavanaugh (Carousel Players); Les Moutons and Camping Royale (CORPUS); six seasons of Shakespeare-in-the-Park (Repercussion Theatre). Training: Ryerson Theatre School. Awards: Faculty Award of Excellence and Louis Taube Memorial Award (Ryerson); Cartes Premières Award for Best Actress for Laurel in down from heaven (Imago Theatre); Spotlight Award for The Art of Catching Pigeons by Torchlight (SummerWorks). Et cetera: Love & thanks.
    Amy Schroeder
    2019: Appears in The Merry Wives of Windsor. Stratford debut. Amy is very excited to be making her Stratford Festival debut! She was born on the island of Kyushu in Japan and lived there until she was seven years old. She speaks Japanese fluently. Amy enjoys figure skating with the Stratford Skating Club. She won the gold last October in the 1500-metre cross-country running finals for the Avon Maitland District School Board. She loves to build outdoor shelters and snow forts, and watch wilderness survival shows with her dad. Amy would like to thank the teachers and staff of Bedford Public School for their support and for creating fun opportunities to participate in many artistic activities. Amy would also like to thank Grandma and Grandad Schroeder, Grandma and Grandpa Enoki, and Mom and Dad for their love and support.
    Mike Shara
    Fenton
    2019: Victor Prynne in Private Lives, Fenton in The Merry Wives of Windsor and Sheriff Hartman in The Front Page. Eighth season. Stratford: King Lear, Hamlet, The Homecoming, The Matchmaker, Othello, Cymbeline, The Importance of Being Earnest, Cyrano de Bergerac, Twelfth Night, As You Like It, The Winter's Tale, The Three Musketeers, The Taming of the Shrew. Elsewhere: 10 seasons with the Shaw Festival, appearances at Theatre Calgary, Citadel Theatre, Vancouver Playhouse, Manitoba Theatre Centre, Theatre Aquarius, National Arts Centre, Soulpepper Theatre, Royal Alexandra Theatre, Tarragon Theatre. Film/TV: Orphan Black, Designated Survivor, Ride, Run to Me, Murdoch Mysteries, Defining Moments, A Very Country Wedding, Whatever Linda, The Gathering. Twitter: @mikeshara. Et cetera: For Carla and Molly, as always.
    E.B. Smith
    2019: Montano in Othello, Wilson in The Front Page and appears in The Merry Wives of Windsor. Ninth season. Stratford: Boatswain (The Tempest), 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: 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. Film/TV:The Beast, Ask Gilby, Maybe By Then, Thunder Bay. 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.
    Johnathan Sousa
    Rugby

    2019: Cassio in Othello, Rugby in The Merry Wives of Windsor and Earl Williams in The Front Page. Fourth season. Stratford: Francisco in The Tempest, Lieutenant in Coriolanus, Amedeo in Napoli Milionaria!, Hotspur in Breath of Kings: Rebellion, Valere in Tartuffe. Elsewhere: Charlie Breathing Corpses (Coal Mine Theatre). Film/TV: Rookie Blue (Global TV), The Animal Project (principal), Relative Happiness (lead), What We Have (lead), Kidnap Capital (lead). Training: Ryerson Theatre School (2010), Norman Jewison Canadian Film Centre Actors' Conservatory. Awards: Lou Taube Memorial Award, 2013 Toronto International Film Festival Rising Star, John Hirsch Memorial Award. Online: Instagram: @Jsous29. Et cetera: Thanks to Alicia Jeffery, my family, friends, coaches, and my wife, Brittany, for encouraging me every step of the way. Special thank-you to Ian Watson for your friendship, guidance and constant support. 

    Michael Spencer-Davis
    Justice Shallow

    2019: Gratiano in Othello, Justice Shallow in The Merry Wives of Windsor and Roy V. Bensinger in The Front Page. Ninth season. Stratford: Paradise Lost, Timon of Athens, The Changeling, The Madwoman of Chaillot, Shakespeare in Love, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, The Aeneid, Taming of the Shrew, Possible Worlds, Beaux' Stratagem, A Midsummer Night's Dream, King Lear, Richard III, Titus Andronicus, Julius Caesar, Bartholomew Fair, Shakespeare''s Universe.Elsewhere: The Fourth Graders Present An Unnamed Love Suicide (Tiny Room); Jerusalem (Outside the March/Company Theatre); Silence, Art (Grand Theatre); A Christmas Carol (Western Canada Theatre); Hound of the Baskervilles, Robin Hood (Globe Theatre); The Castle (Storefront); Pitmen Painters, Boeing Boeing (Theatre Aquarius); Vigil, Lawrence and Holloman (Prairie Theatre Exchange); Having Hope at Home (Neptune); Twelfth Night, The Tempest (Hartford Stage); Pride and Prejudice (Theatre Calgary/NAC); The Lonely Diner (Blyth Festival); Romeo and Juliet, Twelfth Night (NAC); Macbeth, Othello (NAC/Citadel); Einstein's Gift (Citadel). Online: michaelspencerdavis.com.  

    Abigail Verhaeghe
    2019: Appears in The Merry Wives of Windsor. Stratford debut. Training: The Dance Movement (London): competitive dance team (acro, jazz, ballet, tap, lyrical). Et cetera: Thank you to everyone for the love and support.
    Antoni Cimolino
    Director
    2019: Artistic Director of the Stratford Festival. Director of The Merry Wives of Windsor and Birds of a Kind. 32nd season. Stratford: Directing credits include The Tempest; Napoli Milionaria!; The School for Scandal; Macbeth; The Hypochondriac; Hamlet; The Alchemist; King Lear; The Beaux' Stratagem; Mary Stuart; The Merchant of Venice; Cymbeline; The Grapes of Wrath; Bartholomew Fair; Coriolanus, with Colm Feore and Martha Henry; As You Like It, featuring original music by Barenaked Ladies; King John; Love's Labour's Lost, with Brian Bedford; Twelfth Night, with William Hutt; The Night of the Iguana; and Filumena, with Richard Monette. Among his other accomplishments, Mr. Cimolino was instrumental in establishing the Festival's Endowment Foundation, which now stands at $81 million, as well as in the renovation of its Avon Theatre and the creation of its Studio Theatre. In January 2018, Mr. Cimolino and Executive Director Anita Gaffney launched a $100-million campaign to build a glorious new Tom Patterson Theatre, a campaign that had already achieved 70% of its target at the time of its public launch. Elsewhere: The Canadian première of ENRON (Theatre Calgary); Twelfth Night (Attic Theatre, Detroit); A Woman of No Importance (Hilberry Theater, Detroit). A champion of the arts and culture, Mr. Cimolino served as the Founding Chair of Culture Days, a nation-wide celebration of arts and culture in Canada. He has initiated collaborations with several prestigious theatre companies, including Montreal's Théâtre du Nouveau Monde, Ottawa's National Arts Centre, New York's Lincoln Center and City Center, San Francisco's American Conservatory Theater and the Chicago Shakespeare Theater. He also spearheaded the Festival's involvement in a joint project with CUSO International, Canada's international volunteer co-operation agency, to establish a performing arts and educational centre in the city of Suchitoto, El Salvador.
    Julie Fox
    Designer
    2019: Designer of The Merry Wives of Windsor. 10th season. Stratford: Napoli Milionaria!, Tartuffe, The School for Scandal, Macbeth, The Taming of the Shrew, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Othello, Best Brothers, The Little Years, For the Pleasure of Seeing Her Again. Elsewhere:The Full Light of Day (Electric Company); A&R Angels, The Wedding Party, The Watershed, The Seagull, Someone Else, Seeds, I, Claudia, The Country (Crow's Theatre); Arigato, Tokyo, The Maids, Blasted, Breakfast (Buddies in Bad Times); Within the Glass, The Patient Hour, Faust, The Designated Mourner, The Cryptogram (Tarragon); Soulpepper, Canadian Stage, Necessary Angel, Theatre Passe Muraille, Segal Centre, MTC, Citadel. Opera: Volcano. Dance: adelheid, Susanna Hood, Chartier Danse. Training: National Theatre School. Awards: Four Dora Awards for set design; Virginia Cooper Award for costume design; META and Sterling Award nominations. Teaching: National Theatre School.
    Jason Hand
    Lighting Designer
    2019: Lighting designer of The Merry Wives of Windsor. Fifth season. Stratford:The Trespassers. Elsewhere: Operas for the Canadian Opera Company (Carmen), Minnesota Opera (Macbeth), Tapestry Opera (M'Dea Undone, Oksana G.), Edmonton Opera (The Tales of Hoffmann), Rockport Music Festival (Ayre), as well as productions for the Vancouver Opera, Shaw Festival, Theatre Calgary, Banff Centre, Young People's Theatre, Grand Theatre, Royal Conservatory of Music, Ottawa Chamberfest, Drayton Entertainment, Canadian Stage, Tarragon Theatre, Soulpepper, Charlottetown Festival, and eight productions as Resident Lighting Designer for Against the Grain (most recently Ayre, Kopernikus, A Little Too Cozy). Awards: Five Dora Award nominations (Toronto) and a META (Montréal) for Outstanding Lighting Design, as well as a Siminovitch Prize protégé recipient. Online: jasonhandlighting.com; Instagram: @JH_Lighting. Et cetera: For my girls: Emma, Naomi and Zoe.
    Berthold Carrière
    Composer
    2019: Director of Music Emeritus. Composer for The Merry Wives of Windsor. 42nd season. Stratford: Director of Music, 1975-2009; composed/arranged/conducted over 90 productions, including The Mikado (U.S./Broadway/London), HMS Pinafore (U.S. tour), The Gondoliers, The Pirates of Penzance, Iolanthe, Patience in Concert. Composer for Christopher Plummer's King Lear and Brian Bedford's The Importance of Being Earnest (Lincoln Center). Elsewhere: Theatre Royal Haymarket: Dame Maggie Smith's Virginia. Film/TV/Radio: NBC's Little Gloria… Happy at Last, TVO's Canadian Literature series (composer); numerous CBC radio and television productions. Training: Université de Montréal, B.Mus.; Western University, M.Mus. Awards: Dora: The Boy Friend (1981), The Mikado (1987). Tyrone Guthrie Award, contribution to theatre at large, 1973. Western University Alumni Professional Achievement Award, 2000; Faculty of Music Wall of Fame, 2001; Doctor of Music degree, Western University, 2015. Member of the Order of Canada, 2001. Et cetera: Bert dedicates this season to the memory of Stewart Robinson.
    Thomas Ryder Payne
    Sound Designer
    2019: Sound designer of The Merry Wives of Windsor and Private Lives11th season. Stratford: The Tempest, Napoli Milionaria!, Timon of Athens, The School for Scandal, Tartuffe, Macbeth, The Hypochondriac, Hamlet, The Taming of the Shrew, The Alchemist, King Lear, A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Beaux' Stratagem, Othello, The Matchmaker, The Little Years. Elsewhere: Designs for Mirvish, BIBT, Soulpepper, Shaw, Canadian Stage, Tarragon, Factory, TPM, NAC, Blyth Festival, RMTC, Theatre Calgary, GCTC, Nightwood, Modern Times, Aluna, Crow's and many others. Film: 7A, Blood Harvest, Hero.Traitor.Patriot, Alegra & Jim, Robert's Circle. Training: Studied composition with James Tenney, Honours BA, York University. Awards: 19 nominations and two Dora Awards for Sound Design and Composition. Et cetera: Started as a songwriter with a four-track tape machine and still endlessly fascinated with the storytelling possibilities of layered sound.
    Valerie Moore
    Movement Director
    2019: Movement director for Henry VIII and The Merry Wives of WindsorStratford: Choreography for Much Ado About Nothing, Macbeth, The Cherry Orchard, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Love's Labour's Lost. Shaw Festival (selected): Sweeney Todd, Peter and the Starcatcher, Ragtime, Gypsy, A Little Night Music, director of Follies: In Concert. Elsewhere (selected): Directed Rufus Wainwright's Gentlemen Prefer Broadway; Side by Side by Sondheim; Rock and Roll; Dancing in Poppies; Little Shop of Horrors; Cabaret; Berlin to Broadway; Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris. Choreography (selected): Anything That Moves; Pal Joey; Assassins.Film/TV: Choreographic consultant for So You Think You Can Dance Canada; Sugar Time for HBO; Jim Carrey's Unnatural Acts. Teaching: Stratford Festival's Birmingham Conservatory for nine years.
    Marion Adler
    Lyricist
    2019: Grandma Elliot in Billy Elliot the Musical, lyricist for The Merry Wives of Windsor and a member of the Lab Ensemble. Ninth season. Stratford: 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: In addition to acting, Ms Adler is an internationally acclaimed, award-winning lyricist.
    Andrew Kushnir
    Assistant Director
    2019: Assistant director of The Merry Wives of Windsor. Second season. Stratford: Assistant director of Napoli Milionaria!, playwright residency (2010). Elsewhere: As director: Towards Youth (Project: Humanity/Crow's Theatre with Chris Abraham); Shirley Valentine (Thousand Islands Playhouse); Freedom Singer (Project: Humanity, national tour); If/Then (Sheridan); The Watershed (Porte Parole/Crow's, associate director). As playwright: Towards Youth, Small Axe (Project: Humanity); The Gay Heritage Project (with Paul Dunn/Damien Atkins, Buddies in Bad Times); Wormwood (Tarragon Theatre); The Middle Place (Project: Humanity/Theatre Passe Muraille/Canadian Stage). Training: University of Alberta BFA (Acting), Loran Scholar. Awards: Four Dora Award nominations (two for Outstanding New Play) and one award (Passion Play, Ensemble), Toronto Theatre Critics Award Outstanding Production (The Middle Place), University of Alberta Alumni Horizon Award. Online: projecthumanity.ca. Et cetera: Andrew is artistic director of Project: Humanity and former associate artistic director in residence at Crow's Theatre.
    Anne Murphy
    Stage Manager
    2019: Stage manager of The Merry Wives of Windsor. 27th season. Stratford: Anne is pleased to be back for the 2019 season. Elsewhere: Cabaret (MTC), Sleeping Beauty (Globe Theatre), Orpheus Descending (MTC, Royal Alexandra Theatre), toured the Belfry Theatre's The Year of Magical Thinking to the Tarragon Theatre and the National Arts Centre, toured with Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and the NAC's The Mikado and worked on The Lion King and Jane Eyre in Toronto. She has had the pleasure of working across Canada at the Grand Theatre, Vancouver Playhouse, Neptune Theatre (production manager for two years), Manitoba Theatre Centre and Expo '86 in Vancouver. Et cetera: Anne lives in Stratford with her partner, Anne; their son, Callum; daughter Brianna; Lucy, the cutest Maltipoo ever; and three beautiful cats.
    Judy Farthing
    Assistant Stage Manager
    2019: Stage manager of Othello and assistant stage manager of The Merry Wives of Windsor. Fifth season. Stratford: Stage manager of To Kill a Mockingbird, The Changeling, Breath of Kings: Redemption and Oedipus Rex. Most Recently: Stage manager of The Runner with Human Cargo. Elsewhere: 17 seasons with the Shaw Festival, production stage manager from 2003 to 2011. Favourite productions with the Shaw Festival include My Fair Lady, Gypsy, You Can't Take It With You, Detective Story, All My Sons, Chaplin, The Madras House, Man and Superman, Peter Pan and Lady Windermere's Fan. Productions with The Grand Theatre, Drayton Entertainment, Canadian Stage, Manitoba Theatre Centre, Mirvish Productions, National Arts Centre, Blyth Festival, Factory Theatre, Tarragon Theatre.
    Hilary Nichol
    Assistant Stage Manager
    2019: Assistant stage manager of The Merry Wives of Windsor and the Michael Langham Workshop Directors' Workshop Presentation. Fourth season. Stratford: Assistant stage manager of the Directors' Workshop Presentation, 2018. The School for Scandal (apprentice stage manager); Festival Theatre production assistant, 2016. Elsewhere: Stage manager: Mules (Theatrefront), Plaid Tidings (Sudbury Theatre Centre), Tales of an Urban Indian (Talk Is Free Theatre). Assistant stage manager: Prairie Nurse (Thousand Island Playhouse). CAEA apprentice credits: Sir John A: Acts of Gentrified Ojibway Rebellion (NAC), Angels Square, The Public Servant, The Boy in the Moon (Great Canadian Theatre Company), The Comedy of Errors (a Company of Fools), Bingo! (Factory). Training: Algonquin College Theatre Arts 2009, Peterborough Collegiate and Vocational School Integrated Arts Program 2006. Awards: Jean A. Chalmers Apprentice Achievement Award (2016); Prix Rideau Award Winner Emerging Artist 2010; Prix Rideau Award Nominee, Stage Management, 2010, A Flea in Her Ear (SevenThirty Productions).
    Corinne Richards
    Assistant Stage Manager
    2019: Assistant stage manager of The Merry Wives of Windsor and The Front Page. 32nd season. Stratford: Festival productions include 20 Shakespearean plays (some multiple times) plus 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 run at the City Center in New York City of Much Ado About Nothing and The Miser. Elsewhere: Corinne has also worked for the Grand Theatre, Manitoba Theatre Centre, the National Arts Centre, the Red Barn Theatre and Douglas Beattie Productions. Training: University of Waterloo. Et cetera: Hi, Timothy! I hope you enjoy the show.
    Meghan Callan
    Production Stage Manager
    2019: Production stage manager of the Festival Theatre and Avon Theatre. 19th season. Stratford (selected): Paradise Lost, The Virgin Trial, A Little Night Music, The Physicists, A Midsummer Night's Dream (2014), Tommy, You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown, Jesus Christ Superstar, The Tempest (2010). Elsewhere: At Soulpepper, Meghan stage-managed The Virgin Trial and The Goat, or Who is Sylvia? Meghan has worked in stage management for the Shaw Festival, Atlantic Theatre Festival, Theatre New Brunswick, NAC, Citadel Theatre, Globe Theatre and Lighthouse Festival Theatre. She has also worked in stage management for 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: Much love and thanks to Beatrice, Ella and Peter for their support and for making her so happy.
    Cynthia Toushan
    Production Stage Manager
    2019: Production stage manager of the Festival Theatre. Stage manager of Billy Elliot the Musical. 23rd season. Stratford: Shows include A Chorus Line, Crazy for You, Fiddler on the Roof, Camelot, Oklahoma!, West Side Story, My Fair Lady, Man of La Mancha, Hello, Dolly!, The King and I and others. Elsewhere: Over 35 years as a stage manager; over 25 years with the Canadian Opera Company as a stage manager and choreographer; production stage manager and resident director of Jersey Boys, Toronto; 25 years as a singer/dancer and choreographer in Canadian theatre; associate director/choreographer to her mentor, Alan Lund. Cynthia has worked in many forms of live entertainment including gala events, music concerts, opening ceremonies and variety-show fundraisers. Et cetera: Love to her fiancé, Paul, daughters, Stephanie and Jennifer, son-in-law, Andrew, and her grandchildren, Kennedy, Koston and Connor. Being a grandmother is the best job in the world!

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