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Oct 27 to Nov 6th 2016 at The Citadel (304 Parliament) 

"Revenge it, as you love your mother's life,
Or be ye not henceforth called my children."


Titus Andronicus: Jamie Johnson

Lucius Andronicus: Margaret Hild

Martius Andronicus: Zachary Groombridge

Mutius Andronicus/Clown: Jeff Dingle

Quintus Andronicus: James Evans

Young Lucius Andronicus: Brendan Kinnon

Lavinia Andronicus: Dorcas Chiu 

Marcus Andronicus: Scott McCull0ch

Publius/Alarbus: Hayden Finkelshtain

Tamora: Kate Werneburg 

Demetrius: Reece Presley

Chiron: Dylan Brenton 

Aaron: Jordin Hall 

Saturninus: Kathleen Welch, Alice Lundy, & Chris Whidden 

Bassianus: Tamlynn Bryson & Brandon Nicoletti 

Aemilius/Messenger: Sarah Thorpe 

Nurse/goth: Lena Maripuu


Director: Will King

Puppet Master: Robin Polfuss

Producer: Madryn McCabe

Production Manager: Kate McArthur

Assistant Director: Erik Helle

Dramaturg: Susan Bond

Stage Manager: Julie Lee

Assistant Stage Manager: Kyle Kimmerly

Chekhov Coach: Erika Downie

Fight Choreography: Nate Bitton

Lighting/Sound Design: Parker Nowlan

Set Design: Stephen King

Props/Costume Designer: Julia Kim

Props/Costume Assistant: Leah MacRae


This production was engaged under a

CAEA Artist Collective Policy.





By Eugène ionesco. Adapted by derek prouse.

June 2nd to 5th. At The Rhino Bar & Grille (1249 Queen St W). 

"Its satirical humor, combined with its provocative theme and surprisingly moving ending, results in an evening that is strange, disturbing and arresting."

 - New York Post

Our Cast:

Berenger: Veronica Baron
Jean: Jim Armstrong
Daisy: John Lovett
Botard/Grocer's Wife: Andrew Gaunce
Dudard/Housewife: Erika Downie
Mr. Papillon/Grocer: Liz Bragg
Logician/Fireman: Madryn McCabe
Older Gentlemen/Old Woman: Amrit Kaur
Mrs. Beouf/Waitress
/Little Old Man: Mardi O’Conner

Our Team:

Directed by: Will King
Assistant Directed by: Erika Downie
Produced by: Madryn McCabe
Production Manager: Kate McArthur
Production Assistant: Steph Taylor
Stage Manager: Jocelyn Levadoux
Lighting Design: Parker Nowlan
Set Design: Stephen King
Front of House: Gwendolyn Hodgson


The Story:

Berenger must escape transformation as her city is threatened by a mysterious and quickly growing crash of rhinoceros.

The Show:

This show is produced as a part of THE RHINOCEROS PROJECT. A ten day intensive experiment that shatters gender confinements, demands a series of physical and conceptual challanges, and explosively imagines Ionesco's work for a contemporary audience.

Interview with Will King (Director of The Rhinoceros Project)

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Picasso at the Lapin Agile

Picasso at the Lapin Agile


By Steve Martin

Sparks fly as Pablo Picasso and Albert Einstein debate the meaning of the universe and its inescapable ties with art in this surreal ensemble piece from the comic genius of Steve Martin.

"Very engaging... Martin sends ideas onstage in baggy pants, with a cigar... mix[ing] the sublime with the ridiculous [so] that they can't be easily disentangled... Very good fun." - The New York Times

"Steve Martin plays fast and loose with fact, fame and fortune as these two geniuses muse on the century’s achievements, as well as other fanciful topics with infectious dizziness. Flourishes of humanity and hilarity exist in the bars other patrons, including a late arrival by a dark haired stranger from another time.” - Chicago Critic

Our Cast

Freddy: Dylan Mawson

Gaston: Jamie Johnson


Director: Erika Downie

Stage Manager: Jocelyn Levadoux

Production Manager: Kate McArthur

Lighting Design: Parker Nowlan

Dialect Coach: Margaret Hild

Front of House: Gwendolyn Hodgson

Germaine: Madryn McCabe

Albert Einstein: Will King

Suzanne / The Countess / A female admirer: Erin Burley

Sagot: Erik Helle

Pablo Picasso: Dylan Evans

Charles Dabernow Schmendiman: Andrew Gaunce

A Visitor: Maxwell Lebeuf

"Picasso & Einstein walk into a bar..." - In Conversation with Will King & Dylan Evans of "Picasso at the Lapin Agile"

Interview by Ryan Quinn RQ: Tell me a little about the show itself and your production of it. WK: Steve Martin (the established comedian, actor, writer, banjo aficionado) has written a play that features a young Pablo Picasso and Albert Einstein at the tipping point of their careers.

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Fever/Dream is a topsy-turvy look at the bizarre dynamics of the corporate world, fueled by a fine, high-energy cast.
— Life With More Cowbell

Fever/Dream (2015)

Written by: Sheila Callaghan

The show is a stylized satire of your corporate workplace. After being trapped in customer service for 23 years, Segis finds himself in charge of a billion dollar company. But will he lead a revolution, or is this all a dream?

Fever/Dream took place at the Jumblies Theatre: Ground Floor (132 Fort York Blvd). Two blocks East of Bathurst on Fort York Blvd.

The Buzz

[Callaghan has] a keen eye for the outlandish.  Exudes the kind of infectious zaniness that occasionally attracts cult followings.” -Variety  

A PIZZAZZ-FILLED CONCOCTION THAT SKEWERS CORPORATISM WITH A GENEROUS SUPPLY SIDE OF LAUGHS. [Callaghan] is without doubt the purveyor of top-shelf American wit." - Metro weekly

The Dream Cast:

Segis: Trevor Ketcheson 

Rose: Olivia Orton

Claire: Alexandra Simpson

Aston: Peter Jarvis

Stella: Geneviève Trottier

Fred Clotaldo: Dylan Mawson

Bill Basil: Mladen Obradović

Chorus 1: Karina Bradfield

Chorus 2: Zenna Davis-Jones 

Chorus 3: Courtney Keir

The Dream Team:

Director: Will King 

Assistant Director: Madryn McCabe

Associate Producer: Kai Barker

Lighting and Sound Designer: Parker Nowlan

Set Designer: Stephen King

Stage Manager: Jocelyn Levadoux

Production Manager: Breanna Maloney

Fight Choreography: Annemieke Wade

Props and Costume: Kate McArthur

Choreography: Rosslyn King


Mercury Fur

Mercury Fur

Our Cast:

Elliot: Cameron Laurie

Darren: Andrew Markowiak

Naz: Adrian Beattie

Lola: Eric Rich

Spinx: Mishka Thébaud

Duchess: Annemieke Wade

Party Piece: Kenneth Collins

Party Guest: D. Gingerich


Our Team:

Director: Will King

Assistant Director: Madryn McCabe

Lighting and Sound Design: Parker Nowlan

Stage Manager: Andreane Christiansen

Mercury Fur (2014)

by Philip Ridley

at Unit 102 Theatre (376 Dufferin St.)

Mercury Fur is set in a lawless city, where Elliot and his brother Darren survive by realizing their clients’ darkest fantasies.  This fast paced and heavy hitting drama exposes the line between hope and reality. As their history degrades, and their party spirals out of control, the two must find out what they would really do to save the person they love.

Philip Ridleys "Mercury Fur" Gets Toronto Premiere - A Chat with Director Will King
“The entire cast is fantastic. There’s not one weak link to be found, and each character does a great job of bringing this story to life.”
— Mooney on Theatre

Love Unbound

Love Unbound

Love unbound



Times are changing, and love is love. Juliet is celebrating her debut in society, and is proudly part of the Capulet tradition, when her world is turned upside down by Romeo – a lady and a Montague, who is fighting for her right to love who she loves. Struggling against all odds, Romeo and Juliet experience a love unbound and unconditional, and they will break all boundaries to be with one another.

Played June 6th, 7th, and 8th at 7:30PM in Jackman Acting Studio in Windsor, Ontario



Our Team:
Director: Erika Downie
Director of Choreography: Kyle Kimmerly
Technical Director & Stage Manager: Jocelyn Levadoux 


Romeo: Cassidy Hicks

Juliet: Robin Luckwaldt-Ross

Capulet: Billy Chandler

Lady Capulet: Vanessa Lancione

Tybalt: Mauro Meo

Petruchio/Cousin Capulet: Andrea Meister

Montague: Erika Downie

Benvolio: Keifer MacDonald

Abraham/Balthasar: Holly DeJoseph

Prince/Chorus/Apothecary: Damion Leclair

Mercutio: Brendan Kinnon

Paris/Gregory: Isaiah Kolundzic

Friar: Eric Branget

Nurse: Gwendolyn Hodgson

Poster Design: Rebecca Young