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August 1 – November 4 |
Opens August 17


by Erin Shields
A theatrical adaptation of John Milton’s Paradise Lost 
Director Jackie Maxwell
World première commissioned by the Stratford Festival


Inspired by John Milton’s epic poem of the cosmic battle between good and evil, Satan’s revenge and the expulsion of Adam and Eve from the Garden of Eden, this ultra-contemporary new drama is fiercely engaging, irreverently funny and deeply moving.

This production draws on creative learning and development fostered in the Stratford Festivalʼs Laboratory.

Please be advised that there is a brief instance of full nudity in this production.

House Program: Paradise Lost

Support for the 2018 season of the Studio Theatre is generously provided by Sandra & Jim Pitblado.

2018 publicity photography by Clay Stang – The Garden 



    Portrait of Lucy Peacock
    Lucy Peacock

    2018: Juno in The Tempest, Volumnia in Coriolanus and Satan in Paradise Lost. 31 seasons at Stratford Festival including Agave/Bakkhai, Maria/Twelfth Night, Kate Keller/All My Sons, Mary Stuart/Mary Stuart, Gunhilde/John Gabriel Borkman, Mrs. Hardcastle/She Stoops to Conquer, Judith Bliss/Hay Fever, Mrs. Sullen/The Beaux' Stratagem, Elora/The Thrill, Masha/Three Sisters, Dolly/Hello, Dolly!, Anna/The King and I, Nana/For the Pleasure of Seeing Her Again, The Blonde, the Brunette and the Vengeful Redhead, Rosalind, Viola, Portia, Lady Macbeth, Beatrice, Desdemona, the Duchess of Malfi, Late Night with Lucy. Elsewhere: Winnie/Happy Days (National Theatre School), Paulina/Winter's Tale, Duchess/Measure for Measure (Groundling Theatre), Queen Lear (University of Northern Colorado). Training: National Theatre School. Et cetera: Author of Limericks by Lucy Peacock as the Duchess of Malfi: Written as She Lay Dead on the Stage.

    Portrait of Qasim Khan
    Qasim Khan
    2018: Antipholus of Ephesus in The Comedy of Errors and Adam in Paradise Lost. Second season. Stratford:The Changeling, Timon of Athens, The Madwoman of Chaillot. Elsewhere:Acha Bacha (Theatre Passe Muraille/Buddies); Das Ding, Hamlet, All's Well That Ends Well (Canadian Stage); Alligator Pie, The Crucible, The Royal Comedians, Dirt (Soulpepper); Anne of Green Gables, Alice Through the Looking-Glass (Charlottetown Festival); A Craigslist Cantata (Musical Stage Company/ATP/NAC/ Citadel); Beneath the Banyan Tree (Theatre Direct); Shannon 10:40 (Videofag). Film/TV: Riftworld Chronicles, Nikita, Saving Hope, Dan for Mayor, Little Mosque. Training: Graduate of the Soulpepper Academy; University of Toronto/Sheridan. Et cetera: Dora Award nominee/winner, MyTheatre and BroadwayWorld nominee, International Actor Fellow of Shakespeare's Globe. Heartfelt thanks to Matt, George and Elaine; Robyn and AMI; Beth, Keira, Jackie, Antoni; Aysha and family; and most of all, his beautiful mum. Follow @theqasimkhan.
    Portrait of Amelia Sargisson
    Amelia Sargisson
    2018: Luciana in The Comedy of Errors, Eve in Paradise Lost  and understudy in Long Day's Journey Into Night. Stratford debut. Elsewhere: Constanze in Amadeus (TIFT); The 39 Steps 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: Co-author, with nisha ahuja, of 30 People Watching, published in ReView: An anthology of plays committed to social justice. Online: @akathesarge.
    Portrait of Beryl Bain
    Beryl Bain
    Mammon, Uriel
     2018: Dromio of Syracuse in The Comedy of Errors, Charlotte Brontë in Brontë: The World Without and Mammon, Uriel in Paradise Lost. Stratford debut. Elsewhere: Five Alarm (Lighthouse Theatre), How Black Mothers Say I Love You (Factory Theatre/Girls In Bow Ties), The Mountaintop (Grand Theatre), A Christmas Carol (Theatre Northwest), The Living by Colleen Wagner (SummerWorks 2015), Complex (SummerWorks 2014), The Mountaintop (Theatre Calgary - Betty Mitchell Award nomination, Calgary Critics Award nomination 2014), Dirty Butterfly (Bound to Create/Obsidian Theatre - Critic's Pick, NOW Magazine), Awake (Expect Theatre), Race (Theatre Yes), The Women, Born Yesterday, The Stepmother, After the Dance (Shaw Festival), The Little Prince (Grand Theatre). Film/TV: Suits, Awake (Best Actress nomination, Miami Urban Film Festival), Rogue, The Firm, Warehouse 13, Far Cry 5 (Ubisoft). Training: BFA York University. Instagram: @berylbain. Et cetera: Beryl dedicates this exciting debut season to her mother and to the memory of her talented and beautiful grandmothers.
    Portrait of Juan Chioran
    Juan Chioran
    God the Father

    2018: Duke in The Comedy of Errors and God the Father in Paradise Lost. 16th season. Stratford: Romeo and Juliet, Treasure Island, The Breathing Hole, A Chorus Line, A Little Night Music, Henry V, Much Ado, The Misanthrope, Twelfth Night, Kiss Me, Kate, Evita, Bartholomew Fair, Three Sisters, All's Well, Shrew, As You Like It, Hamlet, Dracula, Dream, Man of La Mancha. Elsewhere: Nine (Podium Concerts); The Motherf**ker with the Hat (Bob Kills Theatre); Cabaret, Philadelphia Story, Light in the Piazza (Shaw); Madonna Painter (Factory); New Brain, Piazza (Acting Up Stage); It's a Wonderful Life, Goodnight Desdemona, Much Ado (Canadian Stage); Cymbeline, The Three Musketeers, Hecuba (Chicago Shakespeare); Blithe Spirit, An Ideal Husband (Citadel); Love's Labour's Lost (NAC); The Producers (Mirvish). Film/TV: Reign, Finn on the Fly, Republic of Love, What's Up Warthogs, The Border, Roxy Hunter. Training: BFA, U of A. Awards: Dora, Gemini, Jeff, Ovation, Carbonell. 

    Portrait of Sarah Dodd
    Sarah Dodd
    Sin, Zephon
    2018: Abbess/Emilia in The Comedy of Errors and Sin, Zephon in Paradise Lost. Ninth season. Stratford (selected): 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 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 (CBC/Netflix); Amber Alert, Reign, Murdoch Mysteries. Training: George Brown Theatre School. Awards: Sarah has received two Dora Awards and the Mary Savidge Award, and last year she was the proud recipient of the Jerry Franken Award.
    Portrait of Jessica B. Hill
    Jessica B. Hill
    Beelzebub, Gabriel
    2018: Antipholus of Syracuse in The Comedy of Errors Emily Brontë in Brontë: The World Without  and Beelzebub, Gabriel in Paradise Lost Fourth season. Stratford: Isabella (The Changeling), Lucullus's Friend (Timon of Athens), Lydia Lubey (All My Sons), Lola (Bunny), Dame Pliant (The Alchemist). Birmingham Conservatory: Duchess of York/Richard (Richard III), Paulina (The Winter's Tale). Elsewhere: Ilona in The Play's the Thing, Petra in An Enemy of the People (Segal Centre); Lena Horne in Joe Louis: An American Romance (Infinithéâtre); Holly in The Lady Smith (Black Theatre Workshop); Scapin, Much Ado About Nothing (Repercussion Theatre); Tamora in Titus Andronicus (Montreal Shakespeare Theatre Company). Film/TV: Assassin's Creed: Origins (Ubisoft), 30 vies (Radio-Canada), The Battle of Wills (Informaction). Training: Birmingham Conservatory; McGill University; Dawson College. Awards: Mary Savidge Award (2016); Elsa Bolam Award (2006); Brian Cloutte Award (2005). Online: Et cetera: "Love. Love and Gratitude."
    Portrait of Kevin Kruchkywich
    Kevin Kruchkywich
    Moloch, Michael
    2018: Moloch, Michael in Paradise Lost and understudy in The Comedy of Errors. Stratford debut. Elsewhere: The Taming of the Shrew, Macbeth, Henry V (Bard On The Beach); Romeo and Juliet, The Glass Menagerie, Rough Crossing (Theatre Calgary); Death of a Salesman, The Wars (Playhouse); The Hound of the Baskervilles, The Red Priest (Globe Theatre); Hedda Gabler (Persephone); The Secret Annex, The Philadelphia Story (MTC); A Christmas Carol, The Drawer Boy, Picasso at the Lapin Agile (Belfry Theatre); Wit, Aberhart Summer, Respectable, that elusive spark (ATP); Boeing Boeing, The School for Scandal (Arts Club); The Woman in Black (Chemainus Theatre); Guys and Dolls (Gateway Theatre); Macbeth (theatre nomad - England/South Africa tour); Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet) (BeMe Theatre - Munich, Germany). Et cetera: Watch for Kevin in An Undiscovered Shakespeare this fall, both here at the Festival and at the Grand Theatre.
    Portrait of Devin MacKinnon
    Devin MacKinnon
    Death, Ithuriel
    2018: Balthasar in The Comedy of Errors Death, Ithuriel in Paradise Lost  and understudy in Long Day's Journey Into Night Stratford debut. Elsewhere: Crime Does Not Pay (Downstage); Naughty...but Nice! (Forte Musical Theatre Guild); Liberation Days, The Mary Celeste, Nothing Less!, A Midsummer Night's Dream (Two Planks and a Passion); Spelling 2-5-5 (Carousel Players); Last Christmas (New Curtain); Hamlet, Godhead (Sunset Theatre); The Winter's Tale, Cloud 9, Scorched, The Liar, The Caucasian Chalk Circle, The Andersons (NTS). Film/TV: Principal in It's Not You… (Don McKellar). Training: National Theatre School of Canada. Awards: Betty nomination for Crime Does Not Pay (Best Actor in a Comedy or Musical). Et cetera: Thanks to Mom, Wayne-O, the Talent House team and Michaela.
    Portrait of Gordon S. Miller
    Gordon S. Miller
    God the Son

    2018: James Tyrone Jr. in Long Day's Journey Into Night and God the Son in Paradise Lost. 12th season. Stratford (selected): 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) and 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), John Hirsch Award (2004) and the inaugural recipient of the Richard Monette Travel Grant (2009).

    Portrait of Andrea Rankin
    Andrea Rankin
    Astoreth, Urania
    2018: Officer 2 in The Comedy of Errors, Anne Brontë in Brontë: The World Without and Astoreth, Urania in Paradise Lost. Stratford debut. Elsewhere: Molly Aster in Peter and the Starcatcher, Fanny in A Christmas Carol, Ginger Rogers in Make Mine Love (Citadel); Cordelia in King Lear (Bard on the Beach/Theatre Calgary); Sarah in Shakespeare's Rebel (Bard on the Beach); Desdemona in Othello (Shakespeare Company); Crissy in Hair (Mayfield); Thea in Spring Awakening (Strathcona Theatre); Macbeth, Hansel & Gretel (Edmonton Opera); Mary Magdalene in Last Days of Judas Iscariot, Moth in Love's Labour's Lost, Marie in Pains of Youth, Wife in Blood Wedding (Studio Theatre). Voiceover: Mass Effect 3 (EA Games). Film/TV: Lead in L.o.S.T., Algorithms, The True Meaning of Girls. Training: BFA in Acting, University of Alberta. Awards: Dasha Goody Award for Excellence in Musical Theatre. Online: Et cetera: Andrea would like to thank her family, friends, love and the power of female friendship.
    Portrait of Michael Spencer-Davis
    Michael Spencer-Davis
    Belial, Raphael

    2018: Belial, Raphael in Paradise Lost and understudy in Long Day's Journey Into Night. Eighth season. Stratford: 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: 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); The Elephant Man, Heaven (Canadian Stage); The Real Thing (RMTC); Einstein's Gift (Citadel).


    Erin Shields
     2018: Playwright of Paradise Lost. Stratford debut. Elsewhere: Erin Shields is a Montreal-based playwright and actor. She won the 2011 Governor General's Award for her play If We Were Birds, which premièred at Tarragon Theatre. If We Were Birds has been widely produced and translated into French, German, Italian and Albanian. Other theatre credits include The Lady from the Sea (Shaw Festival), The Millennial Malcontent and Soliciting Temptation (Tarragon Theatre), The Angel and the Sparrow (Segal Centre), Instant (Geordie Productions, META Award for Outstanding New Text), Mistatim (Red Sky Performance), Beautiful Man and Montparnasse (Groundwater Productions). This spring Erin premièred a site-specific piece in both French and English with Théâtre à Corps Perdus called Unit B1717.
    Jackie Maxwell
    2018: Director of Paradise Lost. Second season. Stratford: Director of The Changeling (2017). Elsewhere: Jackie recently directed The Humans, a Canadian Stage/Citadel Theatre co-production, and Innocence Lost for Soulpepper Theatre. In 2016 she finished 14 seasons as Artistic Director of The Shaw Festival. Favourite productions she directed there include Sweeney Todd, Uncle Vanya, The Divine (world première), Major Barbara, Come Back Little Sheba, Ragtime and Saint Joan. Jackie has directed in numerous theatres across Canada and more recently in the United States. She was Artistic Director of Factory Theatre from 1987 to 1995. She is the recipient of The Queen's Jubilee Medal, 2016 Order of Ontario and two honorary doctorates. Upcoming projects include teaching at the National Theatre School and directing Ayad Akhtar's Junk at Arena Stage, D.C. 


    Judith Bowden
     2018: Designer of Paradise Lost. Second season. Stratford: The Changeling. Elsewhere: Recent credits include production design for The Humans at Canadian Stage, Citadel Theatre, and Grand Hotel, Saint Joan at the Shaw Festival, where Judith has designed for the past 17 seasons. Recent Shaw designs include Sweeney Todd and costume design for Cabaret. Other recent design credits include set and costume design for Musik Fur Das Ende (Crows and Soundstreams), costumes for Watch on the Rhine, My Fair Lady (Arena Stage in Washington, D.C.), set and costume designs for Chimerica (Canadian Stage, Manitoba Theatre Centre), The Other Place, London Road (Canadian Stage), Cloud 9 (Mirvish Productions) and Top Girls (Soulpepper Theatre). She has worked for a number of regional theatres across Canada, including Pacific Opera Victoria, Theatre Calgary, Alberta Theatre Projects, National Arts Centre, Prairie Theatre Exchange and YPT.
    Bonnie Beecher
    Lighting Designer
     2018: Lighting designer of Paradise Lost. Ninth season. Stratford: Lighting designer: The Changeling, John Gabriel Borkman, Hosanna, Of Mice and Men, The Duchess of Malfi, Ghosts, Henry V, Timon of Athens, Pride and Prejudice. Other Theatre: Designs for National Ballet of Canada, Canadian Opera Company, Canadian Stage, Shaw, Tarragon, Opera New Zealand, Mannheim Opera, Kevin O'Day Ballet - Mannheim, National Arts Centre, Dutch National Ballet, American Ballet Theatre, Ballett im Revier (Germany), Stuttgart Ballett, Dortmund Ballett, Ballet Flanders (Antwerp), Ballet du Rhin (Mulhouse, France) and Opera Atelier. Recent Productions: Romeo and Juliet (Ballett im Revier, Germany), Innocence Lost (Soulpepper), A Christmas Carol (The Grand), Riel (Canadian Opera), Rachmaninov/Tchaikovsky (Ballet Dortmund, Germany), Oh What a Lovely War (Shaw), Secret Garden (Theatre Calgary). Upcoming: Hadrian (Canadian Opera). Awards: 15 Dora nominations, two Dora Awards. Online:
    Thomas Ryder Payne
     2018: Composer for Paradise Lost and sound designer of The Tempest and Napoli Milionaria! 10th season. Stratford: 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 BIBT, Soulpepper, Shaw, Canadian Stage, Tarragon, Factory, Theatre Passe Muraille, NAC, Blyth Festival, RMTC, Theatre Calgary, GCTC, Volcano, Nightwood, Modern Times, Aluna, Crow's and many others. Film: Blood Harvest, Hero.Traitor.Patriot, Alegra & Jim, Robert's Circle. Training: Studied composition with James Tenney, Honours BA, York University. Awards: 17 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.
    Deanna Haewon Choi
    Sound Designer
     2018: Sound designer of Paradise Lost. Stratford debut. Elsewhere: Composer and sound designer: Selfie (Young People's Theatre), The Monument (Factory), Fortune of Wolves, The Boat, Laurier (Theatre New Brunswick), Lo (or Dear Mr. Wells) (Nightwood), Ipperwash (Blyth Festival), Mixie and the Halfbreeds (fu-GEN), Alien Creature (Theatre Passe Muraille). Sound designer: Pearle Harbour's Chautauqua (RISER), Rope Running Out (lemonTree). Composer and performer: This Is How We Got Here (SummerWorks), Love You Wrong Time (Soulpepper). Training: Queen's University (BScH Neuroscience), Royal Conservatory of Music (ARCT), National Youth Orchestra of Canada, Banff Centre for the Arts "concert as theatre" residency, Theatre Ontario Professional Theatre Training Program. Awards: Nominated for the 2017 Pauline McGibbon Award; National Science and Engineering Research Council USRA recipient; Canadian Music Competitions national finalist. Online:
    Bob White
     2018:  Director of New Plays. Dramaturge of Brontë: The World WithoutParadise Lost  and An Undiscovered Shakespeare. 10th season. Stratford: Dramaturgy credits include The Breathing Hole, The Virgin Trial, Bunny, The Last Wife, Christina, The Girl King, Taking Shakespeare and Hirsch. Elsewhere: Artistic Director, Alberta Theatre Projects, Calgary (1999 to 2009); Co-Director, Banff Playwrights Colony (1997 to 2009); Artistic Director, Factory Theatre, Toronto (1979 to 1987). Director of over 75 productions from Cow Head, Newfoundland, to Victoria, British Columbia, and places in between, but mostly in Calgary and Toronto. Training: Loyola College, Montreal, and University of Alberta. Awards: Member, Order of Canada; Honorary Doctor of Laws (LLD), University of Calgary; eight Betty Mitchell Award nominations and three wins: "Outstanding Direction" (Calgary). Bob is a member of the Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas.
    John Stead
    Fight Director
     2018: Head of Stage Combat. Fight director of The Tempest,  The Music Man, Long Day's Journey Into Night, The Comedy of Errors, Brontë: The World Without, Coriolanus and Paradise Lost. 25th season. Stratford: Fight director, 200+ productions. Elsewhere: 600+ productions, including 20 seasons with Shaw Festival. Film Director: Cyborg Soldier, Troubled Waters, Good Morning Tomorrow, The Waking, The Hot Flash, End Game, Charon's Obal. TV Director: Designated Survivor, Dark Matter, Bitten, The Bobby Buck Show, XIII, Lost Girl, Earth: Final Conflict, Tracker, Mutant X, The Dresden Files, The Adventures of Sinbad. 500+ film/TV credits as stunt coordinator/action director. Awards: Award of Excellence (Canadian International Film Festival); Genre Award for Best Suspense (BNFF); Derek F. Mitchell Artistic Director's Award, Tyrone Guthrie Award (Stratford); Judges' Choice Award (15 Minutes of Fame International Film Festival); Best Short Award nominee (Directors' Guild of Canada).; IMDB:
    Valerie Moore
    Movement Director
    2018: Movement director for Paradise LostStratford: 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.
    Anita Nittoly
    Associate Fight Director
    2018: Associate fight director of The Tempest, The Music Man, Long Day's Journey Into Night, The Comedy of Errors, Brontë: The World Without, Coriolanus and Paradise Lost. Third season. Stratford: 2013: assistant fight director; 2017: associate fight director. Elsewhere: Outside the March/The Company Theatre, 2018: Jerusalem. Centaur Theatre, 2018: Successions; 2017: The 39 Steps. Film/TV: Lead stunt double in Dark Matter, stunt actor in KIN; other stunt credits include Teen Titans, 12 Monkeys, Murdoch Mysteries. Elsewhere: Fight director and stage combat instructor at the National Theatre School in Montreal.
    Meghan Callan
    Stage Manager
     2018: Production stage manager of the Festival Theatre and stage manager of Paradise Lost. 18th season. Stratford (selected): 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: Most recently Meghan was the stage manager of The Goat, or Who is Sylvia?, directed by Alan Dilworth at Soulpepper. Meghan has worked across Canada 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 respect to Beatrice, Ella and Peter for making her so proud and happy.
    Jacki Brabazon
    Assistant Stage Manager
     2018: Assistant stage manager of The Comedy of Errors and Paradise Lost. Third season. Stratford: Assistant stage manager of Romeo and Juliet and The Breathing Hole (2017), assistant stage manager of the Michael Langham Directors' Workshop Presentation (2016), production assistant of Possible Worlds and The Last Wife (2015). Elsewhere: Assistant stage manager credits include CFL 105th Grey Cup (Patrick Roberge Productions), The Last Wife (The Belfry Theatre/Great Canadian Theatre Company); stage manager credits include Trudeau Stories (Long Black Car Productions at the Great Canadian Theatre Company); The Amazing Adventures of Pericles, Prince of Tyre (A Company of Fools); apprentice stage manager of The Summoned, Within the Glass (Tarragon Theatre), The December Man (L'homme de décembre) (NAC English Theatre). Training: University of Ottawa. Awards: Jean A. Chalmers Apprentice Achievement Award (2015).
    Katherine Dermott
    Assistant Stage Manager
     2018: Assistant stage manager of Brontë: The World Without  and Paradise Lost. Third season. Stratford: Apprentice stage manager of Macbeth and The Hypochondriac. Recent Credits Include: Di & Viv & Rose, Outside Mullingar, The Audience (with Mirvish) (Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre); Wilde Tales (Shaw); 1979 (Shaw/GCTC); Twelfth Night (Shakespeare BASH'd); Anne & Gilbert: The Musical, Alice Through the Looking-Glass, The Sound of Music (NAC); Tosca, Madama Butterfly (Opera Lyra, Ottawa); This is War (GCTC); A Midsummer Night's Dream, As You Like It, Hal & Falstaff, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Henry V (A Company of Fools); Pacino One Night Only (NAC). Et cetera: In 2016 Katherine was awarded the Jean A. Chalmers Apprentice Achievement Award by the Stratford Festival.
    Marie Fewer-Muncic
    Production Stage Manager
     2018: Production stage manager of the Studio Theatre and stage manager of Julius Caesar. 12th season. Stratford: Stage manager: 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.
    Angela Marshall
    Production Stage Manager
     2018: Production stage manager of the Studio Theatre and assistant stage manager of An Ideal Husband. 18th season. Stratford: Highlights include Guys and Dolls, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Carousel, Man of La Mancha, Taking Shakespeare, Henry V, Jacques Brel, Forum, The Trojan Women, Palmer Park, To Kill a Mockingbird, The Odyssey, The Liar, Orpheus Descending, Measure for Measure, Macbeth, King Henry VIII, The King and I, Private Lives and Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Elsewhere: Favourites: Einstein's Gift (The Grand Theatre); Trying (Manitoba Theatre Centre); Sylvia (Globe Theatre); Dear Santa (Theatre New Brunswick); The All Night Strut! (Stirling Festival Theatre); Flying on Her Own (Neptune Theatre); Kiss the Moon, Kiss the Sun (Theatre Orangeville); Mamma Mia! (Mirvish Productions); Godspell (Waterloo Stage). Et cetera: Angela thanks her family and friends for all of their love and support.


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