Will King: Artistic Director    wking7siblings@gmail.com   Will is a graduate from the BFA Acting program at the University of Windsor. Will has trained at the Moscow Art Theatre School, and completed workshops with R.A.D.A., the Stratford Festival, and the S.I.T.I. Company from New York. He is also certified teacher of the Michael Chekhov Acting Technique (GLMCC).  Selected Credits Include:  Albert Einstein in Picasso at the Lapin Agile (Seven Siblings), Victor Frankenstein in Frankenstein (Echo Productions), Aladdin in Aladdin (Globus Theatre), Bernardo/Gravedigger/Player Queen in Hamlet (Unit 102 Actors Co), Sebastian in Twelfth Night (Hart House), Valere in Tartuffe, Constantine in The Seagull, Alfred David in Welfarewell (University Players), Demetrius in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Bassanio in The Merchant of Venice, and David/Timmy from Lion in the Streets (U.Windsor). Will is passionate about cultivating and producing the development of Fantastic Realism, while educating performers with the ideals of Michael Chekhov.    With Seven Siblings:    Albert Einstein in  Picasso at the Lapin Agile.    Director of  Titus Andonicus ,  Rhinoceros, Fever/Dream,  and    Mercury Fur. 

Will King: Artistic Director

wking7siblings@gmail.com

Will is a graduate from the BFA Acting program at the University of Windsor. Will has trained at the Moscow Art Theatre School, and completed workshops with R.A.D.A., the Stratford Festival, and the S.I.T.I. Company from New York. He is also certified teacher of the Michael Chekhov Acting Technique (GLMCC).

Selected Credits Include:  Albert Einstein in Picasso at the Lapin Agile (Seven Siblings), Victor Frankenstein in Frankenstein (Echo Productions), Aladdin in Aladdin (Globus Theatre), Bernardo/Gravedigger/Player Queen in Hamlet (Unit 102 Actors Co), Sebastian in Twelfth Night (Hart House), Valere in Tartuffe, Constantine in The Seagull, Alfred David in Welfarewell (University Players), Demetrius in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Bassanio in The Merchant of Venice, and David/Timmy from Lion in the Streets (U.Windsor). Will is passionate about cultivating and producing the development of Fantastic Realism, while educating performers with the ideals of Michael Chekhov.

With Seven Siblings:

Albert Einstein in Picasso at the Lapin Agile.

Director of Titus AndonicusRhinoceros, Fever/Dream, and Mercury Fur. 

  Madryn McCabe: Artistic Producer    mmccabe7siblings@gmail.com     
  
 
  
    
  
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    Madryn is a graduate of the BFA-Acting program at the University of Windsor. She has completed workshops with The Stratford Festival, Equity Showcase Theatre, Humber River Shakespeare Company and Michael Chekhov Canada. She has served as Production and Stage Manager for Intersection Theatre and is also a contributing writer to In the Greenroom, a website dedicated to highlighting places where theatre, art and ideas are being promoted, nurtured and created in Toronto.  Selected credits include: Nencio  in Cousins of Corsica  (Springworks Festival), Magrat in  Wyrd Sisters  (Socratic Theatre Collective), Selena in  Copy  (Two Chips Theatre Group), Deanna in  A Funny Thing Happened… (Acorn Theatre). Madryn is passionate about producing theatre that is heightened and fantastic, utilizing the teachings of Michael Chekhov to create the Theatre of the Future.   With Seven Siblings:   Logician/Fireman in  Rhinoceros  and Germaine in  Picasso at the Lapin Agile.   Assistant Director of  Fever/Dream  and  Mercury Fur .  Producer of Titus Andronicus

Madryn McCabe: Artistic Producer

mmccabe7siblings@gmail.com

Madryn is a graduate of the BFA-Acting program at the University of Windsor. She has completed workshops with The Stratford Festival, Equity Showcase Theatre, Humber River Shakespeare Company and Michael Chekhov Canada. She has served as Production and Stage Manager for Intersection Theatre and is also a contributing writer to In the Greenroom, a website dedicated to highlighting places where theatre, art and ideas are being promoted, nurtured and created in Toronto.

Selected credits include: Nencio in Cousins of Corsica (Springworks Festival), Magrat in Wyrd Sisters (Socratic Theatre Collective), Selena in Copy (Two Chips Theatre Group), Deanna in A Funny Thing Happened…(Acorn Theatre). Madryn is passionate about producing theatre that is heightened and fantastic, utilizing the teachings of Michael Chekhov to create the Theatre of the Future.

With Seven Siblings:

Logician/Fireman in Rhinoceros and Germaine in Picasso at the Lapin Agile.

Assistant Director of Fever/Dream and Mercury Fur.

Producer of Titus Andronicus

  Erika Downie: Resident Artist and Founding Member    edownie7siblings@gmail.com     
  
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    Erika is a graduate from the BA(H) Dramatic Art program and BFA Acting program from the University of Windsor. Erika has certification from Great Lakes Michael Chekhov Consortium (GLMCC) in educating actors on the Michael Chekhov Technique, has participated in workshops with Michael Chekhov Canada and has completed workshops with the Stratford Festival in directing.  She has researched along side Lionel Walsh, Assistant Vice-President, North American Recruitment at University of Windsor and co-founder of GLMCC and Michael Chekhov Canada, investigating the techniques of Vakhtangov’s practice of fantastic realism and organic acting.  Selected Directing Credits: Director for Spur-of-the-Moment Shakespeare Collective, Assistant Director El Gato en Botas and Berio's Folk Songs (Royal Conservatory of Music), Music Director for Sleeping Beauty (University Players). Selected Acting Credits: Mme. Bajert in Moliere Impromptu (University Players), Performer in a staged reading of No Great Mischief (University of Windsor), Rabbi Isidor Chemelwitz/Ethel Rosenberg/Louis Ironson in Angles in America Part One: Millennium Approaches and Part Two: Perestroika.   With Seven Siblings:   Dudard/Housewife in  Rhinoceros.   Assistant Director of  Rhinoceros , Director of  Picasso at the Lapin Agile , and Director of  Love Unbound (Romeo and Juliet).

Erika Downie: Resident Artist and Founding Member

edownie7siblings@gmail.com

Erika is a graduate from the BA(H) Dramatic Art program and BFA Acting program from the University of Windsor. Erika has certification from Great Lakes Michael Chekhov Consortium (GLMCC) in educating actors on the Michael Chekhov Technique, has participated in workshops with Michael Chekhov Canada and has completed workshops with the Stratford Festival in directing.  She has researched along side Lionel Walsh, Assistant Vice-President, North American Recruitment at University of Windsor and co-founder of GLMCC and Michael Chekhov Canada, investigating the techniques of Vakhtangov’s practice of fantastic realism and organic acting.  Selected Directing Credits: Director for Spur-of-the-Moment Shakespeare Collective, Assistant Director El Gato en Botas and Berio's Folk Songs (Royal Conservatory of Music), Music Director for Sleeping Beauty (University Players). Selected Acting Credits: Mme. Bajert in Moliere Impromptu (University Players), Performer in a staged reading of No Great Mischief (University of Windsor), Rabbi Isidor Chemelwitz/Ethel Rosenberg/Louis Ironson in Angles in America Part One: Millennium Approaches and Part Two: Perestroika.

With Seven Siblings:

Dudard/Housewife in Rhinoceros.

Assistant Director of Rhinoceros, Director of Picasso at the Lapin Agile, and Director of Love Unbound (Romeo and Juliet).