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$38,000 FOR A FRIENDLY FACE
In a small town, a funeral is being held for a woman no one liked, including her daughters, who may or may not stay for the event. The funeral home has just been purchased by a man who knows nothing about being a funeral director. A group of volunteers (The Last Supper Committee) along with a flower delivery girl who will not leave, head toward meal-destroying confrontations around the subject of death. The Celebration of Life is saved. Sort of. You'll have to read it to find out how.
  $38,000 FOR A FRIENDLY FACE a Comedy by Kristin Shepherd 
  2012/2013        
  2012 Nov:  THE CURTAIN CLUB [Curtain Club Theatre, Richmond Hill]  
      Nom  | Best Stage Manager | Lynda Muir and Bob Tekauc  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Liz Best as "Phyl"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | James Burrell as "Lieutenant Sam Weinberg"  

1949
The Mercer family and their extended clan must come to some emotional and political decisions when Newfoundland joins Confederation on April Fool’s Day of 1949. As the members of the family stand on the precipice of both a new beginning in Canada and a farewell to Newfoundland culture and independence, humour and pathos illuminate the larger question of what it means to have a country.
  1949 a Drama by David French 
  2015/2016        
  2016 Mar:  SCARBOROUGH PLAYERS [Scarborough Village Theatre]  
      THEA | Best Stage Manager | Bodene Corbitt  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Catherine Lenihan as "Rachel Mercer"  
      Nom  | Best Production | Linda Brent, Producer  
      Nom  | Best Director | Katherine Turner  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Greg Nowlan as "Jacob Mercer"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Kerrie Lamb as "Dot Roach"  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design | Anne Palotta  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #1 - Drama: Outstanding Acting Ensemble | Cast  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #2 - Drama: Props | Katherine Turner  

2 ACROSS
Two strangers, a man and a woman (late 40s to middle 50s) board a San Francisco BART train at 4:30 AM. They're alone in the car, each is married, both are doing the New York Times crossword. She's an organized, sensible, psychologist. He's a free spirited, unemployed ad exec. She is a crossword pro, he always quits. When he tosses his puzzle away, she snaps, "Crosswords are a metaphor for life, those who finish, succeed, those who don't, fail." Now he vows to finish. Why?  He's a competitor and she happens to be lovely. This starts an 80 minute ride described by critics as "Hilarious," "Witty," "Romantic," "Poignant," "Wonderfully entertaining." Two opposites in an enclosed space, attacking each other's values but also being swayed and intrigued by them. They each have serious life problems that the other helps them solve. Their trip is filled with unpredictable but believable surprises, even a passionate kissing embrace or two. As the train ride ends it's obvious each of them has been changed for the better. And we're all dying to know if these two will meet again?
  2 ACROSS a Comedy by Jerry Mayer 
  2014/2015        
  2015 Jul:  STOUFFVILLE THEATRE COMPANY [Nineteen On The Park - Lebovic Centre for Arts & Entertainment, Whitchurch-Stouffville]  

THE 25TH ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE
Six young people in the throes of puberty, overseen by grown-ups who barely managed to escape childhood themselves, learn that winning isn't everything and that losing doesn't necessarily make you a loser. THE 25TH ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE is a hilarious tale of overachievers' angst chronicling the experience of six adolescent outsiders vying for the spelling championship of a lifetime. The show's Tony Award winning creative team has created the unlikeliest of hit musicals about the unlikeliest of heroes: a quirky yet charming cast of outsiders for whom a spelling bee is the one place where they can stand out and fit in at the same time.
  25TH ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE, THE a Musical by William Finn, Rachel Sheinkin, Rebecca Feldman & Jay Reiss 
  2011/2012        
  2012 Feb:  WHITBY COURTHOUSE THEATRE [Whitby Courthouse Theatre]  
      THEA | Best Set Design | Ian Handscomb  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #2 - Musical: Best Ensemble Performance | The Company  
      Nom  | Best Production | Ted Niles, Producer  
      Nom  | Best Director | Monique Essegern  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Melissa Sparacino as "Olive"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | Jason Butler Burns as "Leaf Coneybear"  
  2013/2014        
  2014 May:  KEMPENFELT COMMUNITY PLAYERS [Mady Centre for the Performing Arts , Barrie]  
  2015/2016        
  2016 Jan:  THEATRE AURORA [Theatre Aurora]  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #3 - Musical: Ensemble Performance by a Group Demonstrating Collective Excellence | The Cast  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design | Joey Ferguson  
  2016 Feb:  SCARBOROUGH MUSIC THEATRE [Scarborough Village Theatre]  
      Nom  | Best Director | Elizabeth Van Wyck  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Leete Stetson as "Leaf ConeyBear"  
      Nom  | Best Musical Director | Ellen Kestenberg with Orchestra Coordinator Judi Lytle  

THE 39 STEPS
"The 39 Steps" is a melodrama adapted from the 1915 novel by John Buchan and the 1935 film by Alfred Hitchcock. The original concept and production of a four-actor version of the story was by Simon Corble and Nobby Dimon. Patrick Barlow rewrote this adaptation in 2005. The play's concept calls for the entirety of the 1935 adventure film "The 39 Steps" to be performed with a cast of only four. One actor plays the hero, Richard Hannay, an actress (or sometimes actor) plays the three women with whom he has romantic entanglements, and two other actors play every other character in the show: heroes, villains, men, women, children and even the occasional inanimate object. This often requires lightning fast quick-changes and occasionally for them to play multiple characters at once. Thus the film's serious spy story is played mainly for laughs, and the script is full of allusions to (and puns on the titles of) other Alfred Hitchcock films, including "Strangers on a Train", "Rear Window", "Psycho", "Vertigo" and "North by Northwest".
  39 STEPS, THE a Comedy by Patrick Barlow (from novel by John Buchan and movie by Alfred Hitchcock) 
  2014/2015        
  2014 Oct:  EAST SIDE PLAYERS [Papermill Theatre at Todmorden Mills, Toronto]  
  2015 Apr:  WHITBY COURTHOUSE THEATRE [Whitby Courthouse Theatre]  
  2017/2018        
  2018 Feb:  SOUTH SIMCOE THEATRE [Old Town Hall, Cookstown]  

42ND STREET
High hopes are riding on director Julian Marsh’s new show, Pretty Lady. But Julian has doubts about his star, Dorothy Brock, whose wealthy admirer is also the show’s backer. Events take an unexpected turn, however, when newcomer Peggy Sawyer wins a place in the chorus – and in Julian’s heart.
  42ND STREET a Musical by Harry Warren, Al Dubin, Michael Stewart & Mark Bramble (based on novel by Bradford Ropes) 
  2011/2012        
  2012 Apr:  ETOBICOKE MUSICAL PRODUCTIONS [Burnhamthorpe Auditorium, Etobicoke]  

7 - 10 SPLIT
This comedy introduces us to the hapless Earl, also known as "Curly Early", once a promising amateur bowler. Having chosen love and marriage to his devoted wife Brenda instead of joining the professional bowling circuit, Earl finds himself down and out and living in a trailer park. The cupboards are bare, the telephone's been cut off, and bills continue to mount due to a litany of bad investments that include discount Fudgesicles melting on the living-room floor and a load of dead lobsters. They are joined by Brenda's wise brother, Larry, who lives across the lane. Earl resents him for "stealing" a job he wanted as a security guard at an apple-processing plant. Earl, desperate to make some fast cash, has responded to an email from Count Gustaf. The Count lives in a small European country and is willing to give up 10% of his $150-million fortune if only Earl will send him $10,000 to free his frozen assets. Earl receives an email confirming that his cheque for $15 million is in the mail. The celebration, however, is short-lived when the angry "Count" arrives at their door to collect his $10,000.
  7 - 10 SPLIT a Comedy by Michael G. Wilmot 
  2014/2015        
  2015 Apr:  MARKHAM LITTLE THEATRE [Flato Markham Theatre for the Performing Arts]  

84 CHARING CROSS ROAD
This play is about the twenty-year correspondence between Hanff and Frank Doel, chief buyer of Marks & Co, antiquarian booksellers located at the eponymous address in London, England. Hanff, in search of obscure classics and British literature titles she had been unable to find in New York City, noticed an ad in the Saturday Review of Literature and first contacted the shop in 1949, and it fell to Doel to fulfill her requests. In time, a long-distance friendship evolved, not only between the two, but between Hanff and other staff members as well, with an exchange of Christmas packages, birthday gifts, and food parcels to compensate for post-World War II food shortages in Britain. Their letters included discussions about topics as diverse as the sermons of John Donne, how to make Yorkshire Pudding, the Brooklyn Dodgers, and the coronation of Elizabeth II. Hanff postponed visiting her English friends until too late; Doel died in December 1968 from peritonitis from a burst appendix, and the bookshop eventually closed. Hanff did finally visit Charing Cross Road and the empty but still standing shop in the summer of 1971, a trip recorded in her 1973 book The Duchess of Bloomsbury Street. A circular brass plaque on the building that now stands on the shop's former site acknowledges the story.
  84 CHARING CROSS ROAD a Drama by James Roose-Evans (from book by Helene Hanff) 
  2014/2015        
  2014 Sep:  MARKHAM LITTLE THEATRE [Flato Markham Theatre for the Performing Arts]  

9 TO 5: THE MUSICAL
9 TO 5: THE MUSICAL is a hilarious story of friendship and revenge in the Rolodex era. 9 TO 5 tells the story of three unlikely friends who conspire to take control of their company and learn there's nothing they can't do -- even in a man's world. Outrageous, thought-provoking and even a little romantic, 9 TO 5: THE MUSICAL is about teaming up and taking care of business... it's about getting credit and getting even...
  9 TO 5: THE MUSICAL a Musical by Dolly Parton & Patricia Resnick (based on Twentieth Century Fox film) 
  2012/2013        
  2013 May:  KEMPENFELT COMMUNITY PLAYERS [Mady Centre for the Performing Arts , Barrie]  
  2014/2015        
  2015 May:  SCARBOROUGH MUSIC THEATRE [Scarborough Village Theatre]  

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A BAD YEAR FOR TOMATOES
Fed up with the pressures and demands of her acting career, the famous Myra Marlowe leases a house in the tiny New England hamlet of Beaver Haven and settles down to write her autobiography. She is successful in turning aside the offers pressed on her by her long-time agent, but dealing with her nosy, omnipresent neighbors is a different matter. In an attempt to shoo them away, and gain some privacy, Myra invents a mad, homicidal sister—who is kept locked in an upstairs room, but who occasionally escapes long enough to scare off uninvited visitors. The uproarious doings will keep audiences laughing right up to the final curtain, and then some.
  A BAD YEAR FOR TOMATOES a Comedy by John Patrick 
  2010/2011        
  2010 Nov:  CALEDON TOWNHALL PLAYERS [Caledon Townhall Players Theatre]  
      THEA | Best Sound Design | Jeff Bathurst  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #4 - Comedy: Cohesive Realization of the Director's Vision | The Entire Company  
  2013/2014        
  2014 Feb:  MILTON PLAYERS THEATRE GROUP [Milton Centre For The Arts]  

A BENCH IN THE SUN
Harold and Burt, longtime friends, live in a retirement home and spend their days on a bench in the garden bickering. A once famous actress has just moved in, giving them something new to argue over. When they learn that the home is about to be sold and they will have to find a new residence, the three join forces to prevent this upsetting development.
  A BENCH IN THE SUN a Comedy by Ron Clark 
  2015/2016        
  2015 Sep:  CENTURY THEATRE GUILD [Century Church Theatre, Hillsburgh]  
  2016/2017        
  2017 Mar:  THE BLACKHORSE VILLAGE PLAYERS [Blackhorse Theatre, Caledon]  

A BIRD IN THE HAND
When Sylvia returns only twenty-four hours after walking out, her husband Max isn't exactly overjoyed. Nor is three times divorced Harry who has set the wheels in motion to recapture the romantic successes of their youthful days of bachelorhood and it's too late to stop the young ladies arriving! Sylvia watches with much amusement as her hapless husband tries, and fails, to appreciate the delights of freedom and finally decides that the bonds of matrimony are preferable.
  A BIRD IN THE HAND a Comedy by Derik Benfield 
  2010/2011        
  2010 Sep:  TIPLING STAGE COMPANY [Grace Tipling Concert Hall, Shelburne]  

A CHRISTMAS CAROL
the tale of Ebenezer Scrooge’s prophetic Christmas Eve is reborn. From the pages of Dickens comes this scintillating musical adaptation of the Yuletide classic that continues to touch hearts and minds the world over. This universal story is ultimately one of family and conscience, of desperation and regret and second chances.
  A CHRISTMAS CAROL a Musical by Michael Legrand & Sheldon Harnick (from Charles Dickens) 

A CHRISTMAS CAROL
  A CHRISTMAS CAROL a Musical by Karen Louise Hebden (from Charles Dickens) 
  2012/2013        
  2012 Nov:  WHITBY COURTHOUSE THEATRE [Whitby Courthouse Theatre]  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design | Sandra & Rosie Mammone, and Linda Ramsay & Crew  

A CHRISTMAS CAROL
Focusing on Dickens' powerful language, humor and warmth, this charming version of A CHRISTMAS CAROL simply and directly tells the story of the redemption of a human soul. The play follows the ever-powerful story of Scrooge, a lonely miser, who, through the help of spirits and visions from his past, present and future, finds a second chance to become a loving, generous human being. Adapted for a company of six actors, accompanied by a fiddler, the play requires a minimum of sets, costumes and props. It begins with a child reading the story for the first time. As the scenes are played out behind him, the child becomes totally caught up in the story and is finally invited by the other characters to enter the play as one of them. With traditional carols and English folk tunes creating the proper atmosphere, the world of Scrooge, Fezziwig and Tiny Tim comes alive, igniting the holiday spirit for young and old alike.
  A CHRISTMAS CAROL a Drama by Charles Dickens & Christopher Schario (adapted by Christopher Schario) 
  2017/2018        
  2017 Nov:  THE QUEENSVILLE PLAYERS [Newmarket Old Town Hall]  
  2017 Dec:  THE QUEENSVILLE PLAYERS [Stephen Leacock Theatre, Keswick]  

A CHRISTMAS CAROL - THE MUSICAL
Ebenezer Scrooge is a prosperous curmudgeon who believes personal wealth is far more valuable than the happiness and comfort of others. With an infuriated "Bah! Humbug!" Scrooge summates his feelings of Christmas tidings and charitable giving, but he's forced to face his selfish ways when three ghosts on Christmas Eve lead him through his Past, Present, & Future. Thanks to their guidance, Scrooge recognizes his faults and greets Christmas morning with a cheerful "Happy Christmas" before spending the day reconnecting and sharing love with those that mean the most to him.
  A CHRISTMAS CAROL - THE MUSICAL a Musical by Alan Menken, Lynn Ahrens & Mike Ockrent (from Charles Dickens) 
  2015/2016        
  2015 Nov:  CURTAIN CALL PLAYERS [Fairview Library Theatre, North York]  

A CHRISTMAS STORY
In the weeks leading up to Christmas, Ralphie Parker campaigns for a Red Ryder BB Gun and will do anything to make sure he gets it. All this amid seasonal mayhem and family shenanigans in this stage adaptation of the beloved film, "A Christmas Story"
  A CHRISTMAS STORY a Comedy by Phillip Grecian (based on the film) 
  2013/2014        
  2013 Dec:  SCARBOROUGH PLAYERS [Scarborough Village Theatre]  

A FEW GOOD MEN
A FEW GOOD MEN tells the story of a rookie Navy lawyer assigned to defend two Marines on trial for the murder of one of their platoon members. He expects a plea-bargain, and a cover-up of what really happened. But, prodded by a female member of his defense team, the lawyer eventually make a valiant effort to defend his clients and, in doing so, the play raises the questions of what it means to have honour, dignity and humanity in an increasingly complex world.
  A FEW GOOD MEN a Drama by Aaron Sorkin 
  2012/2013        
  2013 Feb:  OSHAWA LITTLE THEATRE [Oshawa Little Theatre]  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award - "Debuts" | Reid Eastwood as "Lance Corporal Harold W. Dawson" & Tyler Cox as "Pvt First Class Louden Downey"  
      THEA | Best Production | Bill Baker, Producer  
      THEA | Best Stage Manager | Ellie Patte & Crew  
      Nom  | Best Director | Geoffrey Coulter  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Will van der Zyl as "Lt. Daniel Kaffee  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Amanda Smith as "Lt. Cdr. JoAnne Galloway"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | James Burrell as "Lt. Sam Weinberg"  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award - "Overall Visual Impact" | Johnny Soln (Set Design), Lisa Lynch (Set Decoration), Brandon Rideout (Lighting Designer), Kim Blanusa (Costume Designer)  

A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM
Inspired by the farces of the ancient Roman playwright Plautus (251–183 BC), specifically Pseudolus, Miles Gloriosus and Mostellaria, the musical tells the bawdy story of a slave named Pseudolus and his attempts to win his freedom by helping his young master woo the girl next door. The plot displays many classic elements of farce, including puns, the slamming of doors, cases of mistaken identity (frequently involving characters disguising themselves as one another), and satirical comments on social class. The title derives from the line that vaudeville comedians often used to begin a story: "A funny thing happened on the way to the theater".
  A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM a Musical by Stephen Sondheim, Burt Shevelove & Larry Gelbart (based on the plays of Plautus) 
  2013/2014        
  2014 May:  SCARBOROUGH MUSIC THEATRE [Scarborough Village Theatre]  

A GRANDCHILD FOR EVERYONE
This is the third of the trilogy and follows "The Marriage". It seems that Prince Charming does not have much of a skill set when it comes to working for a living in Canada. They are living in a trailer in the laneway of her father’s place. Prince Charming’s family and servants show up to help with the birth of their first grandchild. Things get very tense, but everyone is happy when triplets are born, a grandchild for everyone.
  A GRANDCHILD FOR EVERYONE a Comedy by Paul Tremeer 

A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS
This classic play is based on the true story of Sir Thomas More, the 16th-century Chancellor of England, who refused to endorse King Henry VIII's wish to divorce his wife Catherine of Aragon, who did not bear him a son, so that he could marry Anne Boleyn, the sister of his former mistress. The play portrays More as a man of principle, envied by rivals such as Thomas Cromwell and loved by the common people and by his family. The title reflects Robert Bolt’s portrayal of More as the ultimate man of conscience. As one who remains true to himself and his beliefs while adapting to all circumstances and times, despite external pressure or influence, More represents "a man for all seasons”.
  A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS a Drama by Robert Bolt 
  2016/2017        
  2017 Feb:  OSHAWA LITTLE THEATRE [Oshawa Little Theatre]  
      THEA | Best Director - Drama | Geoffrey Coulter  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role - Drama | Michael Schneider as "Thomas More"  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role - Drama | Christopher Furlong as "Common Man"  
      Nom  | Best Production - Drama | Claire Crossman, Producer  
      Nom  | Best Stage Manager - Drama | Ellie Patte  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role - Drama | Will Van Der Zyl as "Thomas Cromwell"  

A MONTH IN THE COUNTRY
In the 1840s at a country estate, Natalya Petrovna, a headstrong 29-year-old, is married to a rich landowner seven years her senior. Bored with life, she welcomes the attentions of Rakitin as a devoted but resentful admirer, but she does not permit their friendship to develop into an affair. The arrival of the handsome young academic Aleksei as a tutor to her son, ends her ennui. Both Natalya and her foster daughter, Vera, fall in love with the tutor. As Rakitin struggles with his love for Natalya, she wrestles with hers for Aleksei. Meanwhile Vera and Aleksei become closer, leading Natalya to suggest that Vera marry a wealthy old neighbour instead. Misunderstandings arise as Natalya's husband, Arkadi,begins to suspect.
  A MONTH IN THE COUNTRY a Comedy by Ivan Turgenev 
  2013/2014        
  2014 May:  AMICUS PRODUCTIONS [Papermill Theatre at Todmorden Mills, Toronto]  

A MOON FOR THE MISBEGOTTEN
Set in a dilapidated Connecticut house in early September 1923, the play focuses on three characters: Josie, a domineering Irish woman with a quick tongue and a ruined reputation, her conniving father, tenant farmer Phil Hogan, and James Tyrone, Jr., Hogan's landlord and drinking companion, a cynical alcoholic haunted by the death of his mother. The play begins with Mike, the last of Hogan's three sons, leaving the farm. As a joke during one of their drunken bouts, Tyrone threatens to sell his land to his hated neighbor, T. Steadman Harder, and evict Hogan. Hogan creates a scheme in which Josie will get Tyrone drunk, seduce him, and blackmail him. Josie and Tyrone court in the moonlight. The scheme falls through when Josie finds out that Tyrone isn't going to sell the land to Harder after all. Tyrone tells Josie the story of how, after his mother died, he traveled back East on the train, and hired a blonde prostitute for $50 a night to overcome his grief. Tyrone leaves for New York and the theater, apparently to die soon of complications from alcoholism.
  A MOON FOR THE MISBEGOTTEN a Drama by Eugene O'Neill 
  2013/2014        
  2014 Mar:  DURHAM SHOESTRING PERFORMERS [Arts Resource Centre, Oshawa]  

A MURDER IS ANNOUNCED
An announcement in the local paper states the time and place when a murder is to occur in Miss Blacklock's Victorian house. The victim is not one of the house's several occupants, but an unexpected and unknown visitor. What follows is a classic Christie puzzle of mixed motives, concealed identities, a second death, a determined Inspector grimly following the twists and turns, and Miss Marple on hand to provide the final solution at some risk to herself in a dramatic confrontation just before the final curtain.
  A MURDER IS ANNOUNCED a Drama by Agatha Christie & Leslie Darbon  
  2010/2011        
  2010 Sep:  SCARBOROUGH THEATRE GUILD [Scarborough Village Theatre]  
  2015/2016        
  2016 Feb:  CALEDON TOWNHALL PLAYERS [Caledon Townhall Players Theatre]  

A NICE FAMILY GATHERING
A story about a man who loved hos wife so much, he almost told her. It's Thanksgiving Day and the first family gathering at the Lundeen household since the Patriarch died. At the gathering, Dad comes back as a ghost with a mission; to tell his wife he loved her, something he neglected to tell her while he was alive. After all, they were only married for 41 years. The problem is, she cant hear or see him. the trouble begins when Mon invites a date for dinner.
  A NICE FAMILY GATHERING a Comedy by Phil Olson 
  2012/2013        
  2013 May:  MILTON PLAYERS THEATRE GROUP [Milton Centre For The Arts]  
  2015/2016        
  2015 Oct:  THEATRE AURORA [Theatre Aurora]  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Susan Lane as "Helen"  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Jo-Anne Pulfer as "Stacy"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Paul Payne as "Carl Jr."  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design | Nathan Soini  

A PARTY TO MURDER
It’s Halloween and six people have secretly gathered for a murder-mystery weekend on a private island in Ontario’s Cassandra Lakes. As a storm rages outside, they play a game that any Agatha Christie fan would enjoy — full of spooky delights, mysterious revelations and gory murders — until suddenly the game takes on an ominous reality. Surprises abound in this hair-raising thriller, culminating in an unexpected twist that even Agatha herself could not foresee.
  A PARTY TO MURDER a Comedy by Marcia Kash & Douglas E. Hughes  
  2010/2011        
  2010 Oct:  MILTON PLAYERS THEATRE GROUP [Milton Seniors' Activity Centre]  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #4 - Comedy: Cohesive Realization of the Director's Vision | The Entire Company  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #1 - Comedy: Ensemble | The Acting Company  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design | Randy Freer  
      Nom  | Best Set Design | Geoff Ford  
  2011 May:  CENTURY THEATRE GUILD [Century Church Theatre, Hillsburgh]  
  2016/2017        
  2016 Nov:  THE BLOOR WEST VILLAGE PLAYERS [Village Playhouse, Toronto]  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role - Comedy | Madeleine Spadafora as "McKenzie"  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design - Comedy | Dustin Woods-Turner  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #4 - Comedy: Best Ensemble Work | The Company  

A REAL DRAG
This farce takes place just outside of Beaverton. Two inept thieves that robbed a jewelry store in Uxbridge end up in a young women’s private finishing school. The police find the get-away car and come to the house. There are several twists in the plot and eventually all the men in the cast end up dressed up as women and all the women are dressed as men. Things get even more complicated, and there is a great surprising happy ending.
  A REAL DRAG a Comedy by Paul Tremeer 

A STING IN THE TALE
  A STING IN THE TALE a Drama by Brian Clemens & Dennis Spooner  
  2009/2010        
  2010 May:  CENTURY THEATRE GUILD [ tbd, ]  

A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE
The side-splitting journey of a Southern girl named Desiree who falls in love with a New Orleans streetcar conductor named Stanley. But Stanley desires only his beloved streetcar and shuns Desiree. In a huff, Desiree hooks up with Stanley's wife Mitch... with hilarious results.
  A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE a Drama by Tennessee Williams 
  2010/2011        
  2011 Jan:  THEATRE AURORA [Theatre Aurora]  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Deborah Wyman as "Blanche DuBois"  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | Mark Rival as "Mitch"  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Kerrie Lamb as "Stella"  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #3 - Drama: Multi-Taskers & Heroes | Daniel Tacchino as "The Delivery Boy", Stage Manager, Set Construction  
  2012/2013        
  2012 Oct:  BORELIANS COMMUNITY THEATRE [Town Hall 1873, Port Perry]  
      THEA | Best Sound Design | Michael Serres  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award - "Ensemble" | The Cast  
      Nom  | Best Stage Manager | Amy Caughlin & Crew  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | David Geene as "Mitch"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Annette Stokes as "Blanche Dubois"  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design | Janet Huehn & Hennie Plat-Vroom  

ABSURD PERSON SINGULAR
Absurd Person Singular play is set over three Christmases in the kitchens of three couples: Sidney Hopcroft, an ambitious tradesman, and his submissive wife Jane; architect and adulterer Geoffrey Jackson and his depressed wife, Eva; Ronald Brewster-Wright, a banker, and his alcoholic wife Marion. The three couples range from working to upper class.
  ABSURD PERSON SINGULAR a Comedy by Alan Ayckbourn 
  2012/2013        
  2013 Apr:  THE BLOOR WEST VILLAGE PLAYERS [Village Playhouse, Toronto]  

THE ACCIDENTAL HIT-MAN BLUES
Down on their luck and at the end of their rope, Ron and Laura find what may be the answer to their prayers. But nothing comes without a price, and sometimes just making ends meet can be a killer. A tale of love, contracts, guns, and potatoes, "The Accidental Hit-Man Blues" is a hilarious and chilling dark comedy.
  ACCIDENTAL HIT-MAN BLUES, THE a Comedy by T. Gregory Argall  
  2013/2014        
  2014 Jan:  THE BLACKHORSE VILLAGE PLAYERS [Blackhorse Theatre, Caledon]  
  2017/2018        
  2018 Feb:  CALEDON TOWNHALL PLAYERS [Caledon Townhall Players Theatre]  

THE ADDAMS FAMILY MUSICAL
THE ADDAMS FAMILY features an original story, and it's every father's nightmare. Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, has grown up and fallen in love with a sweet, smart young man from a respectable family - a man her parents have never met. And if that weren't upsetting enough, Wednesday confides in her father and begs him not to tell her mother. Now, Gomez Addams must do something he's never done before - keep a secret from his beloved wife, Morticia. Everything will change for the whole family on the fateful night they host a dinner for Wednesday's 'normal' boyfriend and his parents.
  ADDAMS FAMILY MUSICAL, THE a Musical by Marshall Brickman, Rick Elice & Andrew Lippa (based on Characters Created by Charles Addams) 
  2015/2016        
  2016 Apr:  SCUGOG CHORAL SOCIETY [Town Hall 1873, Port Perry]  
  2017/2018        
  2018 Feb:  SCARBOROUGH MUSIC THEATRE [Scarborough Village Theatre]  

THE ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER: THE MUSICAL
Set in 1840 Missouri, THE ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER is the tale of young Tom Sawyer and the never ending mischief of which he so often finds himself a part of; whether it's matching wits with Aunt Polly, tricking his friends into white-washing a fence for him, or narrowly escaping the clutches of a murderous villain. Along with best friend Huckleberry Finn and love interest Becky Thatcher, the greatest Tom Sawyer exploits are plucked from the book and plopped on the stage.
  ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER: THE MUSICAL, THE a Musical by Ken Ludwig & Don Schlitz (from Mark Twain) 
  2012/2013        
  2012 Aug:  BEAVERTON TOWN HALL PLAYERS [Beaverton Town Hall]  

THE AFFECTIONS OF MAY
After being deserted by her husband, a woman suddenly finds herself the centre of attention in a small resort town.
  AFFECTIONS OF MAY, THE a Comedy by Norm Foster 
  2011/2012        
  2012 Jan:  SCARBOROUGH THEATRE GUILD [Scarborough Village Theatre]  
      Nom  | Best Director | Jacqui Burke  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Rich Burdett as "Quinn"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Carolyn Tutchener as "May"  

ALADDIN
In a place called Magador, somewhere in Arabia, a young man, who dreams of marrying a princess, a magic lamp, a genie, an evil sorcerer, a wacky mother and other zany characters combine for our own Bev Nicholas’s version of the pantomime that has been delighting audiences for over two hundred years. With the help of the genie of the lamp, Aladdin realises his dreams – until the evil Abanazar gets possession of the fabled magic lamp, with its promise of riches beyond belief. Of course, Aladdin has assistance from the audience, especially the kids, to win back his princess and live happily ever after.
  ALADDIN a Musical by Bev Nicholas 
  2012/2013        
  2013 Jan:  TIPLING STAGE COMPANY [Grace Tipling Concert Hall, Shelburne]  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award - Cohesive and Comprehensive Realisation of The Director's Vision | The Company  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | Bev Nicholas as "The Sultan of Magador"  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design | Jo Hubbard  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design | Sheldon Peeters  

ALADDIN
  ALADDIN a Pantomime by Jo Phenix  
  2017/2018        
  2017 Nov:  CENTURY THEATRE GUILD [Century Church Theatre, Hillsburgh]  

ALADDIN JR. - DISNEY'S
Welcome to Agrabah, City of Enchantment, and the fantastic tale of the street rat who became a prince! All of your favorite characters from the hit Disney film - Aladdin, Jasmine, Iago, Jafar, the Genie, and more - are here in Disney's ALADDIN JR.
  ALADDIN JR. - DISNEY'S a Musical by Alan Menken, Howard Ashman, Tim Rice & Jim Luigs ( and Bryan Louiselle) 
  2012/2013        
  2013 Apr:  GLOBE PRODUCTIONS [John Elliott Theatre, Georgetown]  
  2013 May:  GLOBE PRODUCTIONS [Milton Centre For The Arts]  
  2014/2015        
  2014 Nov:  ORANGEVILLE MUSIC THEATRE [Westside Secondary School, Orangeville]  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #2 - Musical: Outstanding Ensemble/Chorus | Company/Cast  
  2016/2017        
  2017 Jun:  ORANGEVILLE MUSIC THEATRE [Orangeville Town Hall Opera House]  

ALBERTINE IN FIVE TIMES
In one of his most daring theatrical achievements, Michel Tremblay presents the story of one woman, Albertine, at five different times in her life. The older Albertines warn the younger ones of what is to come--"We all depend on you," Albertine at 70 says to Albertine at 30--and the younger Albertines are passionate and full of explanations. Together, the five Albertines provide a moving portrait of an extraordinary "ordinary" woman in this Chalmers Award-winning play.
  ALBERTINE IN FIVE TIMES a Drama by Michel Tremblay (Translation by John Van Burek and Bill Glassco) 
  2015/2016        
  2015 Sep:  STOUFFVILLE THEATRE COMPANY [Nineteen On The Park - Lebovic Centre for Arts & Entertainment, Whitchurch-Stouffville]  

ALICE IN WONDERLAND
The story of Alice in Wonderland has become a timeless treasure. Whether you're taking a trip back to your childhood, or experiencing the wonders of Alice for the first time, ‎this classic has something for audiences of all ages. In this adaptation of the Lewis Carrol novel, adapted by Charlotte Chorpening, audiences will journey with young Alice as she follows the White Rabbit down the rabbit hole to Wonderland. Follow her along as she comes across all the famous characters that live in this child-made world. From the Mad Hatter's tea party, to the antics of Tweedledee and Tweedledum, to the trial of the missing tarts, this is a story sure to entertain all. Approximate running time - 90 minutes. Cast of 19 principles and 16 "extras", youth and adult cast.
  ALICE IN WONDERLAND a Comedy by Charlotte Chorpenning (from Lewis Carroll) 
  2014/2015        
  2015 Mar:  PEEL PANTO PLAYERS [Lester B. Pearson Theatre, Brampton]  

ALICE IN WONDERLAND JR. - DISNEY'S
Based on the 1951 Disney film "Alice in Wonderland" and the novels "The Adventures of Alice in Wonderland" and "Through the Looking Glass" by Lewis Carroll. Travel down the rabbit hole and join Alice's madcap adventures in Wonderland as she chases the White Rabbit, races the Dodo Bird, gets tied up with Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum, raps with a bubble-blowing Caterpillar, and beats the Queen of Hearts at her own game! Roles are plentiful, including three Cheshire Cats and dozens of other wonderfully wacky characters, providing plentiful opportunities to showcase students of all different musical skill levels. A chorus of kids playing in the park, rock lobsters, talking fish, royal cardsmen, unbirthday partiers, and more, as well as a group of mean-girl flowers, allows for a highly expandable cast size.
  ALICE IN WONDERLAND JR. - DISNEY'S a Musical by David Simpatico & Bryan Louiselle (based on 1951 Disney film & Lewis Carroll) 
  2010/2011        
  2010 Nov:  KEMPENFELT COMMUNITY PLAYERS [Georgian Theatre, Barrie]  
  2013/2014        
  2014 Jun:  WHITBY COURTHOUSE THEATRE [Whitby Courthouse Theatre]  
  2015/2016        
  2016 Jan:  ORANGEVILLE MUSIC THEATRE [Orangeville Town Hall Opera House]  
      NOM  | Best Costume Design | Bobbi Ferguson  

ALICE IN WONDERLAND - A TRADITIONAL ENGLISH PANTOMINE
  ALICE IN WONDERLAND - A TRADITIONAL ENGLISH PANTOMINE a Pantomime by Lina Minniti & Ginty Burns  
  2015/2016        
  2016 Jan:  NAGS PLAYERS [Tranzac Stage, Toronto]  

ALL MY SONS
"All My Sons" by Arthur Miller is the sad Post-World War II story about the Kellers, a seemingly “All American” family. But the father, Joe Keller, has concealed a great sin. During the war, he allowed his factory to ship faulty airplane cylinders to the U.S. Armed Forces. Because of this, over twenty American pilots died. Before the action of All My Sons begins, the following events have taken place: Joe Keller has been running a successful factory for decades. His business partner and neighbor, Steve Deever noticed the faulty parts first. Joe allowed the parts to be shipped. After the deaths of the pilots, both Steve and Joe are arrested. Joe is exonerated and released and the entire blame shifts to Steve who remains in jail. Keller’s two sons, Larry and Chris, served during the war. Chris came back home. Larry’s airplane went down in China and the young man was declared MIA.
  ALL MY SONS a Drama by Arthur Miller 
  2011/2012        
  2011 Oct:  AMICUS PRODUCTIONS [Fairview Library Theatre, North York]  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Anne McDougall as "Sue Bayliss"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Chris Cocoluzzi as "Chris Keller"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | Steven Shreyberg as "George Deever"  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design | Mary Jane Boon  
  2017/2018        
  2018 Feb:  MARIPOSA ARTS THEATRE FOUNDATION [Orillia Opera House - Studio Theatre]  

ALL SHOOK UP
Inspired by and featuring the songs of Elvis Presley. It's 1955, and into a square little town in a square little state rides a guitar-playing roustabout who changes everything and everyone he meets in this hip-swiveling, lip-curling musical fantasy that will have you jumpin' out of your blue suede shoes with such classics as "Heartbreak Hotel," "Jailhouse Rock," and "Don't Be Cruel."
  ALL SHOOK UP a Musical by Joe DiPietro (inspired by and featuring the songs of ELVIS PRESLEY) 
  2013/2014        
  2013 Nov:  GLOBE PRODUCTIONS [John Elliott Theatre, Georgetown]  
      THEA | Best Production | Lori Girvan, Producer  
      Nom  | Best Director | Craig Marshall  
      Nom  | Best Musical Director | Erica Harvey  
      Nom  | Best Choreographer | Jen Marshall  
      Nom  | Best Stage Manager | Ann DeNardis  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design | Keith Baker  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design | Mary Udell  
  2015/2016        
  2016 Apr:  SOUTH SIMCOE THEATRE [Old Town Hall, Cookstown]  
  2016/2017        
  2016 Nov:  CLARKSON MUSIC THEATRE [Meadowvale Theatre, Mississauga]  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #2 - Musical: Outstanding Ensemble | The Ensemble  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role - Musical | Cheyenne Stodolny as "Miss Sandra"  
  2017 Jun:  ORANGEVILLE MUSIC THEATRE [Orangeville Town Hall Opera House]  
  2017/2018        
  2018 Apr:  SCUGOG CHORAL SOCIETY [Town Hall 1873, Port Perry]  

ALL THINGS BEAUTIFUL
Set in a real town, in 1930's Saskatchewan, a young pregnant orphan girl with a mysterious background becomes entangled in the lives of Hank and Marilyn, owners of a local boarding house. Once there,she sparks a series of events that lead to the uncovering of severe, dark and sinister secrets. This play, filled with love, tragedy, hope, joy, and drama, is a testament to the struggle of the times, and the measure of love in its attempt to outweigh suffering.
  ALL THINGS BEAUTIFUL a Drama by Kierston Drier 

ALMOST, MAINE
On a cold, clear, moonless night in the middle of winter, all is not quite what it seems in the remote, mythical town of Almost, Maine. As the northern lights hover in the star-filled sky above, Almost's residents find themselves falling in and out of love in unexpected and often hilarious ways. Knees are bruised. Hearts are broken. But the bruises heal, and the hearts mend — almost — in this delightful midwinter night's dream.
  ALMOST, MAINE a Comedy by John Cariani 
  2014/2015        
  2014 Nov:  THE CURTAIN CLUB [Curtain Club Theatre, Richmond Hill]  
      THEA | Best Lighting Design | Mary Jane Boon  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #1 - Comedy: Ensemble Performance | Ensemble  
      Nom  | Best Set Design | Bill Corcoran  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design | John Hunter  
      Nom  | Best Production | Phyllis Anderson, Producer  
      Nom  | Best Director | Jason Silzer  

ALONE TOGETHER
Remember those wonderful Broadway comedies of the fifties and sixties? This play by the author of "Under the Yum Yum Tree" is firmly in that tradition. "Alone Together" delighted audiences on Broadway with Janis Paige and Kevin McCarthy playing a middle aged couple whose children have finally left the nest. They are alone together, but not for long. All three sons come charging back home after experiencing some hard knocks in the real world, and Mom and Dad have quite a time pushing them out again.
  ALONE TOGETHER a Comedy by Lawrence Roman  
  2015/2016        
  2015 Sep:  SCARBOROUGH PLAYERS [Scarborough Village Theatre]  
  2015 Oct:  BURL-OAK THEATRE GROUP [Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts]  
  2017/2018        
  2017 Sep:  CENTURY THEATRE GUILD [Century Church Theatre, Hillsburgh]  

ALWAYS A BRIDESMAID
  ALWAYS A BRIDESMAID a Comedy by Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope & Jamie Wooten  
  2014/2015        
  2014 Nov:  GEORGETOWN LITTLE THEATRE [John Elliott Theatre, Georgetown]  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Gillian Taggart as "Charlie Collins"  
      THEA | Best Stage Manager | Janet Goncalves  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design | Michelle Foubert  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design | Anthea Hoare & Pamela Niesiobedzki-Curtis  
  2015/2016        
  2016 May:  CALEDON TOWNHALL PLAYERS [Caledon Townhall Players Theatre]  

AMADEUS
In the court of the Austrian Emperor Josef, Antonio Salieri is the established composer. Enter the greatest musical genius of all time: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Salieri has given himself to God so that he might realize his sole ambition to be a great composer. Mozart is a foul-mouthed, graceless oaf who has that which is beyond Salieri's envious grasp: Genius.
  AMADEUS a Comedy by Peter Shaffer 
  2009/2010        
  2010 Jun:  SCARBOROUGH PLAYERS [ tbd, ]  

THE AMERICAN DREAM
Mommy and Daddy sit in a barren living room making small talk. Mommy, the domineering wife, is grappling with the thought of putting Grandma in a nursing home. Daddy, the long-suffering husband, could not care less. Grandma appears, lugging boxes of belongings, which she stacks by the door. Mommy and Daddy can't imagine what's in those boxes, but Grandma is well aware of Mommy's possible intentions. Mrs. Barker, the chairman of the women's club, arrives, not knowing why she is there. Is she there to take Grandma away? Apparently not. It all becomes evident when Grandma reveals to Mrs. Barker the story of the botched adoption of a "bumble of joy" twenty years ago by Mommy and Daddy. Mrs. Barker appears to have figured it out when Young Man enters. He's muscular, well-spoken, the answer to Mommy and Daddy's prayers: The American Dream. Grandma convinces him to assist in her master plan. She puts one over on everybody and escapes the absurdly realistic world which she finds so predictable.
  AMERICAN DREAM, THE a Drama by Edward Albee 
  2010/2011        
  2011 Mar:  TORONTO FINNISH THEATRE COMPANY [Suomi-Koti Finnish Canadian Seniors Centre, Toronto]  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Henry Huhtanen as "Daddy"  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #3 - Drama: Multi-Taskers & Heroes | Maarit Koivunen, Performer, President  

THE AMOROUS AMBASSADOR
  AMOROUS AMBASSADOR , THE a Comedy by Michael Parker 
  2010/2011        
  2011 Feb:  MILTON PLAYERS THEATRE GROUP [Milton Seniors' Activity Centre]  

AMY'S VIEW
After sold out performances at the National Theatre prompted a transfer to the West End, Judi Dench came to Broadway to star in this heady and original drama of love and death. In 1979 Esme Allen is a well known British actress caught in a changing West End climate that is trying for performers. A visit from her young daughter with a new boyfriend sets in motion a series of events which only find their shape sixteen years later.
  AMY'S VIEW a Drama by David Hare 
  2010/2011        
  2011 Jan:  BURL-OAK THEATRE GROUP [Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts]  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Justine Jones as "Amy"  

AN IDEAL HUSBAND
An Ideal Husband opens during a dinner party at the home of Sir Robert Chiltern in London's fashionable Grosvenor Square. Sir Robert, a prestigious member of the House of Commons, and his wife, Lady Gertrude Chiltern, are hosting a gathering that includes his friend Lord Goring, a dandified bachelor and close friend to the Chilterns, his sister Mabel Chiltern, and other genteel guests. During the party, Mrs. Cheveley, an enemy of Lady Chiltern's from their school days, attempts to blackmail Sir Robert into supporting a fraudulent scheme to build a canal in Argentina. Apparently, Mrs. Cheveley's dead mentor, Baron Arnheim, convinced the young Sir Robert many years ago to sell him a Cabinet secret, a secret that suggested he buy stocks in the Suez Canal three days before the British government announced its purchase. Sir Robert made his fortune with that illicit money, and Mrs. Cheveley has the letter to prove his crime. Fearing both the ruin of career and marriage, Sir Robert submits to her demands.
  AN IDEAL HUSBAND a Comedy by Oscar Wilde 
  2015/2016        
  2015 Oct:  TORONTO IRISH PLAYERS [Alumnae Theatre, Toronto]  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Ted Powers as "Lord Goring"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Helen Cashin as "Lady Gertrude Chiltern"  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design | Bernadette Hunt  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #3 - Comedy: Achievement in Ensemble Acting | Cast  

AN INSPECTOR CALLS
  AN INSPECTOR CALLS a Drama by J. B. Priestley 

AND THEN THERE WERE NONE
Ten people of a remote island. a mysterious voice indicts each of them with murder; then first one and then another dies. The killer must be one of the ten.
  AND THEN THERE WERE NONE a Drama by Agatha Christie 
  2014/2015        
  2015 Apr:  ONSTAGE UXBRIDGE [Uxbridge Music Hall]  

ANNE BOLEYN
Howard Brenton's epic play for Shakespeare's Globe theatre presents a dramatic portrait of one of the most famous figures in English History, Henry VIII 's second wife and mother of Elizabeth I. Traditionally seen as a pawn maneuvered into Henry VIII's bed by an ambitious father and his friends, or as a sexually licentious predator, even a witch, Anne Boleyn in Brenton's new play is shown to be witty and confident in her sexuality, as she takes on the vicious world of Tudor Court politics. She is in love with Henry - but also in love with the most dangerous ideas of her day.
  ANNE BOLEYN a Drama by Howard Brenton 
  2015/2016        
  2016 Feb:  EAST SIDE PLAYERS [Papermill Theatre at Todmorden Mills, Toronto]  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Michael Harvey as "King James I"  
      Nom  | Best Stage Manager | Ryan McLean  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | Steven Arran as "Thomas Cromwell"  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design | Kevin White  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #1 - Drama: Outstanding Acting Ensemble | Cast  

ANNE OF GREEN GABLES
A new musical lovingly based on Lucy Maud Montgomery’s timeless classic with its unforgettable characters, “Anne of Green Gables” brings the comical adventures of spunky red-headed orphan Anne Shirley to life, as she wins over her new family and the rest of Prince Edward Island, as well, with her spirit and imagination in this heartwarming story about love, family, and home.
  ANNE OF GREEN GABLES a Musical by Janet Yates Vogt & Mark Friedman (based on book Anne of Green Gables) 

ANNE OF GREEN GABLES - THE MUSICAL
In the little village of Avonlea on Prince Edward Island, the ladies of the church Auxiliary are working hard (Great Workers for the Cause) when Matthew Cuthbert goes by in his buggy, dressed in his Sunday best, which intrigues the ladies greatly (Where is Matthew Going?). Mrs. Lynde visits Marilla, Matthew's spinster sister, to get to the bottom of it. Meanwhile, Matthew arrives at the railway station to pick up an orphan boy from Nova Scotia only to discover Anne Shirley (Gee, I'm Glad I'm No One Else But Me). Matthew cannot tell the excited orphan that there has been a mistake made, but Marilla sets the record straight (We Clearly Requested a Boy). But when Marilla learns Anne's tragic history (The Facts), she has second thoughts. However, Anne proves to be a handful. When Mrs. Lynde makes her honest comments about Anne's looks and red hair, Anne is equally honest. Matthew convinces Anne she should apologize (Humble Pie), and Anne floors Mrs. Lynde with her overly heartfelt apology (Oh Mrs. Lynde). Anne's first day at school is also a disaster, when Gilbert Blythe teases her about her hair and she breaks a slate over his head. This strange girl strikes Gilbert in more ways than one (Wonderin'). But Josie Pye, who wants Gilbert to be her beau, spreads an exaggerated version of the incident with the slate (Did You Hear?). Fortunately, Marilla learns the truth and Anne is able to go to the Sunday school picnic where she gets to have ice cream for the first time (Ice Cream). When the students return to school at the end of summer (Summer), Anne is still not speaking to Gilbert, but has become best friends with Diane Barry, who is truly a Kindred Spirit. Anne flourishes in school under the new teacher, Miss Stacy (Open the Window), who encourages both Anne and Gilbert to compete for the same scholarship (I'll Show Him). For the school concert Matthew wants to buy Anne a dress with puffed sleeves, but has trouble getting the words out (General Store). Anne succeeds and everybody in town takes credit for what she has done (If It Hadn't Been For Me). Yet nothing matters more to Anne than what Matthew has to say to her (Anne of Green Gables). Marilla finally expresses how much she loved both her brother and Anne (The Words), while Anne and Gilbert finally become friends (Wonderin' reprise).
  ANNE OF GREEN GABLES - THE MUSICAL a Musical by Don Harron, Norman Campbell, Elaine Campbell & Mavor Moore (based on the novel by Lucy Maud Montgomery) 
  2011/2012        
  2012 Feb:  KEMPENFELT COMMUNITY PLAYERS [Georgian Theatre, Barrie]  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #4 - Musical: Outstanding Performance by a Featured Artist | Jake Villeneuve as "Moody McPherson"  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #1 - Musical: Best Youth Chorus | Youth Chorus  
      Nom  | Best Choreographer | Pam McIsaac  
  2012 Feb:  MEADOWVALE MUSIC THEATRE [Meadowvale Theatre, Mississauga]  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Meredith Busteed as "Anne Shirley"  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design | David Horner  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design | Geoff Nantes  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #1 - Musical: Best Youth Chorus | Youth Chorus  
      Nom  | Best Choreographer | JQ Smith  
  2015/2016        
  2015 Nov:  SCARBOROUGH MUSIC THEATRE [Scarborough Village Theatre]  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #1 - Musical: Outstanding Performance by a Youth in a Lead Role | Emma Scheps as "Anne Shirley"  
      THEA | Best Production | Shannon Cotrell, Producer  
      Nom  | Best Choreographer | Sabrina Hooper  
      Nom  | Best Production | Donna Feggans, Nancy Reed, Kat Pearson, & Chris Pearson, Producters  
      Nom  | Best Stage Manager | Wendy Miller  
      Nom  | Best Set Design | Mark Tingle  
  2015 Nov:  GLOBE PRODUCTIONS [John Elliott Theatre, Georgetown]  
      Nom  | Best Choreographer | Cheri Lindsay-Jarvis  
  2017/2018        
  2017 Nov:  OSHAWA LITTLE THEATRE [Oshawa Little Theatre]  

ANNIE
ANNIE is a spunky Depression-era orphan determined to find her parents, who abandoned her years ago on the doorstep of a New York City Orphanage run by the cruel, embittered Miss Hannigan. In adventure after fun-filled adventure, Annie foils Miss Hannigan's evil machinations, befriends President Franklin Delano Roosevelt and finds a new family and home in billionaire Oliver Warbucks, his personal secretary Grace Farrell and a lovable mutt named Sandy.
  ANNIE a Musical by Thomas Meehan & Charles Strouse & Martin Charnin & based on Harold Gray's Little Orphan Annie 
  2010/2011        
  2010 Nov:  SCARBOROUGH MUSIC THEATRE [Scarborough Village Theatre]  
      THEA | Best Director | Amanda Sinclair  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Devin Cecchetto as "Annie"  
      THEA | Best Choregraphy | Amy Helsby  
      THEA | Best Sound Design | Matthew Hyslop  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #1 - Musical: First Time Stage Management | Peter Pequegnat  
      Nom  | Best Production | Shannon Cottrell & Jamie Mackrell, Co-Producers  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | James R. Woods as "Oliver Warbucks"  
      Nom  | Best Musical Director | Len McCarthy  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design | Karen Brown  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design | Charmaine Huculak  
  2011 Apr:  BRAMPTON MUSIC THEATRE [Rose Theatre, Brampton]  
  2011 Jun:  ORANGEVILLE MUSIC THEATRE [Orangeville Town Hall Opera House]  
  2011/2012        
  2011 Nov:  OSHAWA LITTLE THEATRE [Oshawa Little Theatre]  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design | Kim Blanusa  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #1 - Musical: Best Youth Chorus | Youth Chorus  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Devin Cecchetto as "Annie"  
  2012/2013        
  2013 Apr:  THE QUEENSVILLE PLAYERS [Stephen Leacock Theatre, Keswick]  
  2013/2014        
  2013 Nov:  CURTAIN CALL PLAYERS [Fairview Library Theatre, North York]  
  2014 Jan:  THEATRE UNLIMITED [Meadowvale Theatre, Mississauga]  
      THEA | Best Musical Director | Jan Stapleton  
      Nom  | Best Production | Michael Buchert and David Charchalis, Producers  
      Nom  | Best Choreographer | Ginny Metcalfe  
      Nom  | Best Stage Manager | Arron E. Smaller  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Joelle Peresin as "Annie"  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design | Gary Wilson  
      Nom  | Best Set Design | Gloria Buchert  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design | Linda Amos and JoAnne Da Cunha  

ANNIE JR
Leapin' Lizards! The popular comic strip heroine takes center stage in one of the world's best-loved musicals. With equal measures of pluck and positivity, little orphan ANNIE charms everyone's hearts, despite a next-to-nothing start in 1930s New York City. She is determined to find her parents, who abandoned her years ago on the doorstep of a New York City Orphanage run by the cruel, embittered Miss Hannigan. With the help of the other girls in the Orphanage, ANNIE escapes to the wondrous and magical world of NYC. In adventure after fun-filled adventure, ANNIE foils Miss Hannigan's evil machinations and befriends President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. She finds a new home and family in billionaire Oliver Warbucks, his personal secretary Grace Farrell, and a lovable mutt named Sandy.
  ANNIE JR a Musical by Thomas Meehan & Charles Strouse & Martin Charnin & based on Harold Gray's Little Orphan Annie 
  2013/2014        
  2013 Dec:  BRAMPTON MUSIC THEATRE [Lester B. Pearson Theatre, Brampton]  

THE ANNIVERSARY
Since Dad died, Mum has carried on the family business and profits have increased two-fold. Keeping a tight rein on her three sons, Mum's plans for an anniversary celebration (despite her late husband's absence) bring out rebellion among the sons and her long-held reign is ended at last.
  ANNIVERSARY, THE a Comedy by Bill MacIlwraith 
  2015/2016        
  2016 May:  EAST SIDE PLAYERS [Papermill Theatre at Todmorden Mills, Toronto]  

ANY WEDNESDAY
The president of a large corporation is using the executive suite to house his young mistress. Directed to the suite by a new secretary, a young business owner comes upon the girl. When the president’s wife finds them she assumes they are a nice young married couple. The completion of the mixed-up quartet is marked by the husband’s return. A delightful comedy of errors.
  ANY WEDNESDAY a Comedy by Muriel Resnik 
  2012/2013        
  2013 Feb:  CALEDON TOWNHALL PLAYERS [Caledon Townhall Players Theatre]  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award - "Community Spirit" | The Company  

ANYTHING GOES
When the S.S. American heads out to sea, etiquette and convention head out the portholes as two unlikely pairs set a course to true love - proving that sometimes destiny needs a little help from a crew of singing sailors, an exotic disguise and some good old-fashioned blackmail. With music and lyrics by Cole Porter, the story concerns madcap antics aboard an ocean liner bound from New York to London. Billy Crocker is a stowaway in love with heiress Hope Harcourt, who is engaged to Lord Evelyn Oakleigh. Nightclub singer Reno Sweeney and Public Enemy #13 Moonface Martin aid Billy in his quest to win Hope. The musical introduced such songs as "Anything Goes", "You're the Top", and "I Get a Kick Out of You".
  ANYTHING GOES a Musical by Cole Porter  
  2013/2014        
  2014 Jan:  ONSTAGE UXBRIDGE [Uxbridge Music Hall]  
  2016/2017        
  2016 Oct:  ETOBICOKE MUSICAL PRODUCTIONS [Meadowvale Theatre, Mississauga]  

APARTMENT 3A
Reeling from the loss of what she thought was the love of her life, Annie Wilson moves into a quirky new apartment in a lacklustre neighbourhood. Torn between protecting herself from further hurt and accepting the attentions of a co-worker, she searches for a reason to hope again with a mysterious next-door neighbor who teaches her what it truly means to be in love forever. A comtemporary romantic comedy written by well-known actor Jeff Daniels (of The Squid and the Whale, Dumb and Dumber, and Pleasantville).
  APARTMENT 3A a Comedy by Jeff Daniels 
  2012/2013        
  2013 Jan:  AMICUS PRODUCTIONS [Papermill Theatre at Todmorden Mills, Toronto]  
      THEA | Best Stage Manager | Janice Peters Gibson  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award - "Play Choice" | The Company  
      Nom  | Best Director | Chris Cocoluzzi  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Erin Jones as "Annie"  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design | David Buffham  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design | David A. Fitzpatrick  

ARSENIC AND OLD LACE
We meet the charming and innocent ladies who populate their cellar with the remains of socially and religiously "acceptable" roomers; the antics of their brother who thinks he is Teddy Roosevelt; and the activities of the other brother—these require no further description or amplification here.
  ARSENIC AND OLD LACE a Comedy by Joseph Kesselring 
  2010/2011        
  2010 Sep:  OSHAWA LITTLE THEATRE [Oshawa Little Theatre]  
      THEA | Best Director | Robert Calvert  
      Nom  | Best Production | Ted Sellers, Producer  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #3 - Comedy: Properties | Mary McGregor & Doreen Duchesene  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Jackie Delgreco as "Martha Brewster"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | John Green as "Dr. Einstein"  
      Nom  | Best Set Design | Janet Gilliand  
  2011/2012        
  2012 Apr:  PEEL PANTO PLAYERS [Lester B. Pearson Theatre, Brampton]  
  2016/2017        
  2017 Jan:  ONSTAGE UXBRIDGE [Uxbridge Music Hall]  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role - Comedy | Imre Szabo as "Jonathan"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role - Comedy | Dorothy Partridge as "Martha"  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design - Comedy | Donna Jamieson, Dorothy Partridge, Nancy Melcher  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #2 - Comedy: Honourable Mentions | Cheryl Atwood as "O'Hara"  
  2017 Feb:  MARKHAM LITTLE THEATRE [Flato Markham Theatre for the Performing Arts]  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #2 - Comedy: Honourable Mentions | Steve Birtles as "Mortimer"  

ART OF MURDER
  ART OF MURDER a Comedy by Joe DiPietro 
  2010/2011        
  2011 Apr:  MARKHAM LITTLE THEATRE [Flato Markham Theatre for the Performing Arts]  

THE ASHES OF FORGOTTEN RAIN
  ASHES OF FORGOTTEN RAIN, THE a One Act Drama by Norman Hussey  
  2017/2018        
  2017 Nov:  NAGS PLAYERS [Tranzac Stage, Toronto]  

ASSISTED LIVING
  ASSISTED LIVING a Comedy by Deirdre O'Connor 
  2015/2016        
  2016 Feb:  MARKHAM LITTLE THEATRE [Flato Markham Theatre for the Performing Arts]  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #2 - Comedy: Achievement in Challenging Set Construction | Set Construction Team  

THE ATTIC, THE PEARLS AND THREE FINE GIRLS
The Fine sisters, estranged yet once close, reunite at their father’s death. Secrets, long-held grudges and current contempt boil over as a romp through childhood innocence gives way to adult versions of attic dress-ups and tea parties. Shifting through past and present, reliving the turmoil in this fast-paced comedy enables Jojo, Jayne and Jelly to redefine themselves both as individuals and as a family.
  ATTIC, THE PEARLS AND THREE FINE GIRLS, THE a Comedy by Jennifer Brewin, Leah Cherniak, Ann-Marie MacDonald & Alisa Palmer ( & Martha Ross) 
  2012/2013        
  2013 Jan:  DURHAM SHOESTRING PERFORMERS [Arts Resource Centre, Oshawa]  
  2017/2018        
  2018 Apr:  THEATRE AURORA [Theatre Aurora]  

AUGUST: OSAGE COUNTY
August: Osage County centers around the Weston family, brought together after their patriarch, world-class poet and alcoholic Beverly Weston, disappears. The matriarch, Violet, depressed and addicted to pain pills and “truth-telling,” is joined by her three daughters and their problematic lovers, who harbor their own deep secrets, her sister Mattie Fae and her family, well-trained in the Weston family art of cruelty, and finally, the observer of the chaos, the young Cheyenne housekeeper Johnna, who was hired by Beverly just before his disappearance. Holed up in the large family estate in Osage County, Oklahoma, tensions heat up and boil over in the ruthless August heat. Bursting with humor, vivacity, and intelligence, August: Osage County is is both dense and funny, vicious and compassionate, enormous and unstoppable.
  AUGUST: OSAGE COUNTY a Drama by Tracy Letts 
  2016/2017        
  2016 Oct:  BORELIANS COMMUNITY THEATRE [Town Hall 1873, Port Perry]  
      Nom  | Best Director - Drama | Helen Couglin  
      Nom  | Best Stage Manager - Drama | Kyle Dickie  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role - Drama | Ruth Smith as "Violet"  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design - Drama | Michael Serres (Sound) & Howard Linscott (Music)  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #2 - Drama: Acting Duo - Chemistry in Onstage Relationships | Marlo Alcock as "Mattie Fae" & Lyle Corrigan as "Charlie"  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #4 - Drama: Memorable Moments in Festival - Acting & Direction | Family Intervention Scene (end Act 2)  
  2016 Nov:  WHITBY COURTHOUSE THEATRE [Whitby Courthouse Theatre]  
      THEA | Best Production - Drama | Mike Trites, Producer  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role - Drama | Barbara Clifford as "Violet"  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role - Drama | Melissa Gibson as "Barbara"  
      THEA | Best Lighting Design - Drama | Brandon Rideout  
      THEA | Best Set Design - Drama | Erastus Burley  
      THEA | Best Sound Design - Drama | Margo Rodgers (Sound) & Boyd Tattrie (Music)  
      Nom  | Best Director - Drama | Margo Rodgers  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role - Drama | Nancy Gleed as "Mattie Fae"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role - Drama | Greg White as "Steve"  

AVENUE Q
The laugh-out-loud musical tells the timeless story of a recent college grad named Princeton, who moves into a shabby New York apartment all the way out on Avenue Q. He soon discovers that, although the residents seem nice, it's clear that this is not your ordinary neighborhood. Together, Princeton and his new-found friends struggle to find jobs, dates and their ever-elusive purpose in life.
  AVENUE Q a Musical by Jeff Marx, Robert Lopez & Jeff Whitty  
  2017/2018        
  2018 Feb:  WHITBY COURTHOUSE THEATRE [Whitby Courthouse Theatre]  

B
BAGGAGE
Two un-centered single people, Phyllis and Bradley, both trying to heal from their respective disappointing relationships, get their luggage mixed up at the airport. After a very disagreeable first encounter, the two decide to help each other get over their heartaches by forcing a friendship that eventually leads to the two discovering that while they may be too difficult for everyone else in the world, they are right for each other.
  BAGGAGE a Comedy by Sam Bobrick 
  2014/2015        
  2015 Feb:  CALEDON TOWNHALL PLAYERS [Caledon Townhall Players Theatre]  

BAREFOOT IN THE PARK
Paul and Corie Bratter are newlyweds in every sense of the word. He's a straight-as-an-arrow lawyer and she's a free spirit always looking for the latest kick. Their new apartment is her most recent find-too expensive with bad plumbing and in need of a paint job. After a six day honeymoon, they get a surprise visit from Corie's loopy mother and decide to play matchmaker during a dinner with their neighbor-in-the-attic Velasco, where everything that can go wrong, does. Paul just doesn't understand Corie, as she sees it. He's too staid, too boring and she just wants him to be a little more spontaneous, running "barefoot in the park" would be a start...
  BAREFOOT IN THE PARK a Comedy by Neil Simon 
  2010/2011        
  2010 Nov:  MARIPOSA ARTS THEATRE FOUNDATION [Orillia Opera House - Studio Theatre]  
  2011 Jan:  AMICUS PRODUCTIONS [Fairview Library Theatre, North York]  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Maureen Lukie as "Mrs. Banks"  
      Nom  | Best Production | Maureen Lukie, Producer  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design | Dave Fitzpatrick  
  2011/2012        
  2011 Oct:  THEATRE ETOBICOKE [Assembly Hall, Etobicoke]  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #2 - Comedy: Debut in Community Theatre | Devon Healey  
  2012/2013        
  2012 Oct:  NEWMARKET STAGE COMPANY [Newmarket Theatre]  
  2013/2014        
  2014 May:  MISSISSAUGA PLAYERS THEATRE GROUP [Maja Prentice Theatre, Mississauga]  
  2016/2017        
  2016 Oct:  SCARBOROUGH PLAYERS [Scarborough Village Theatre]  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #1 - Comedy: First Timers In Their Field | Jennifer Bakker, Lighting Designer  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role - Comedy | Erin Jones as "Mrs. Banks"  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #3 - Comedy: Magic As It Happens Only In Theatre | Erin Jones & Will Van Der Zyl, Act II entrance  
  2016 Oct:  TIPLING STAGE COMPANY [Grace Tipling Concert Hall, Shelburne]  

BEAU JEST
Sarah is a nice Jewish girl with a problem: her parents want her married to a nice Jewish boy. They have never met her boyfriend, a WASP executive named Chris Kringle. She tells them she is dating a Jewish doctor and they insist on meeting him. She plans a dinner party and, over the heated protests of Chris, employs an escort service to send her a Jewish date to be Dr. Steinberg. Instead, they send Bob Schroeder, an aspiring actor who agrees to perform the impersonation. Happily, he is extremely convincing in the role and Sarah's parents are enraptured. Soon, even Sarah falls for Bob.
  BEAU JEST a Comedy by James Sherman 
  2014/2015        
  2014 Oct:  BURL-OAK THEATRE GROUP [Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts]  

BEAUTIFUL CITY
Those unfamiliar with "Beautiful City", part of a trilogy of East End comedies, can rest assured that the play displays Walker's typical offbeat humour and quirky plot. As usual the plot is driven a left-wing thesis, here a sort of Robin Hood economics. Two-dimensional characters are sketched in broad strokes and do not change in the course of the action. And the profanity-riddled language forgoes subtlety and nuance to paint issues as black or white. What makes this play different from the usual Walker is that it is clearly meant as a fairy tale complete with a witch. That alone makes Walker focus on plot over character more palatable. Here the bad guys are the mob-supported developer Tony Raft and his mother Mary. Tony is on the verge of floating a series of new condos when his chief architect Paul Gallagher suffers a crippling pain in his side of unknown origin. While in hospital Paul meets the daughter of a (good) witch who recommends him to her mother, Gina Mae, who works enthusiastically at Bargain Harold's discount department store. Paul gets better under Gina Mae's care, but soon the mob is after Gina Mae's brother-in-law for selling "family" goods and looking for Paul to get the condo presentation suite remodelled.
  BEAUTIFUL CITY a Comedy by George F. Walker 
  2011/2012        
  2012 Jan:  DURHAM SHOESTRING PERFORMERS [Arts Resource Centre, Oshawa]  

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
  BEAUTY AND THE BEAST a Pantomime by Jo Phenix 
  2013/2014        
  2013 Nov:  CENTURY THEATRE GUILD [Century Church Theatre, Hillsburgh]  

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
  BEAUTY AND THE BEAST a Pantomime by Ben Crocker, Ginty Burns Burns & Lina Minniti  
  2017/2018        
  2018 Jan:  NAGS PLAYERS [Tranzac Stage, Toronto]  

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST - A HOLIDAY PANTOMIME
This version of Beauty and the Beast - is the typical British pantomime but told from a modern day perspective. The script follows the Beauty and the Beast story but is set in the present time and has a twist. It will involve plenty of jokes, lots of loud colourful characters and fun for everyone! There may even be a performance from a local celebrity!
  BEAUTY AND THE BEAST - A HOLIDAY PANTOMIME a Pantomime by Chantal Forde & Tim Cadeny  
  2016/2017        
  2016 Dec:  BURL-OAK THEATRE GROUP [Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts]  

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST - DISNEY'S
The classic story tells of Belle, a young woman in a provincial town, and the Beast, who is really a young prince trapped under the spell of an enchantress. If the Beast can learn to love and be loved, the curse will end and he will be transformed into his former self. But time is running out. If the Beast does not learn his lesson soon, he and his household will be doomed for all eternity.
  BEAUTY AND THE BEAST - DISNEY'S a Musical by Alan Menken, Howard Ashman, Tim Rice & Linda Woolverton 
  2010/2011        
  2010 Dec:  BRAMPTON MUSIC THEATRE [Lester B. Pearson Theatre, Brampton]  
  2017/2018        
  2018 Mar:  OSHAWA LITTLE THEATRE [Oshawa Little Theatre]  

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST JR. - DISNEY'S
The classic story tells of Belle, a young woman in a provincial town, and the Beast, who is really a young prince trapped under the spell of an enchantress. If the Beast can learn to love and be loved, the curse will end and he will be transformed into his former self. But time is running out. If the Beast does not learn his lesson soon, he and his household will be doomed for all eternity.
  BEAUTY AND THE BEAST JR. - DISNEY'S a Musical by Alan Menken, Howard Ashman, Tim Rice & Linda Woolverton 
  2015/2016        
  2015 Nov:  KEMPENFELT COMMUNITY PLAYERS [Georgian Theatre, Barrie]  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #1 - Musical: Outstanding Performance by a Youth in a Lead Role | Bridget Deschenes as "Belle"  
  2016/2017        
  2017 Jan:  ORANGEVILLE MUSIC THEATRE [Orangeville Town Hall Opera House]  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #1 - Musical: Outstanding Youth Ensemble | The Ensemble  

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, A MAGICAL MUSICAL PANTOMIME
When Fairy Bon-Bon and the Demon Diablo clash, selfish Pierre is transformed from a dashing Prince into a terrible Beast. Not only that, but Diablo and Bon-Bon lose their powers and are destined to become the Prince's servants. To break the curse Pierre must fall in love before the last petal on a magical rose falls. But who could ever love such a monster? Enter feisty Belle Baguette from the nearby town of Jolie Ville. With her father the Professor and her zany neighbours Dame Fifi the schoolteacher and her son Bertie the onion seller, she finds herself trapped in the Castle of the Beast where the cups and saucers speak and the furniture can dance. When Belle stands up to the Beast their friendship grows. But danger lurks in the form of the dastardly mayoress of Jolie Ville, Camilla Parker-Bike. She intends to find Bon Bon's missing magic wand and claim the Beasts kingdom for herself.
  BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, A MAGICAL MUSICAL PANTOMIME a Pantomime by Philip Meeks  
  2017/2018        
  2017 Nov:  SCUGOG CHORAL SOCIETY [Town Hall 1873, Port Perry]  

BEAVERTON TOWN HALL PLAYERS: THE MAGIC OF BROADWAY
  BEAVERTON TOWN HALL PLAYERS: THE MAGIC OF BROADWAY a Musical Revue by Beaverton Town Hall Players & Deborah Dejong  
  2016/2017        
  2017 May:  BEAVERTON TOWN HALL PLAYERS [Beaverton Town Hall]  

BEAVERTON, THE MUSICAL
This musical was written with the aid of several members of the community to commemorate Beaverton’s 125th anniversary and the Beaverton Town Hall’s 100th birthday. The musical chronicles Beaverton’s history from before its founding to its modern day greatness. Music for this production was provided by David Jones.
  BEAVERTON, THE MUSICAL a Musical by Paul Tremeer & David Jones  
  2009/2010        
  2009 Nov:  BEAVERTON TOWN HALL PLAYERS [Beaverton Town Hall]  

BEDROOM FARCE
Trevor and Susannah, whose marriage is on the rocks, inflict their miseries on their nearest and dearest: three couples whose own relationships are tenuous at best. Taking place sequentially in the three beleaguered couples' bedrooms during one endless Saturday night of co-dependence and dysfunction, beds, tempers, and domestic order are ruffled, leading all the players to a hilariously touching epiphany.
  BEDROOM FARCE a Comedy by Alan Ayckbourn 
  2016/2017        
  2017 Apr:  MARKHAM LITTLE THEATRE [Flato Markham Theatre for the Performing Arts]  

BEDTIME STORIES
Six couples, a bed and one unforgettable night. A middle aged couple earns extra cash in a somewhat unconventional manner. A woman visits a dying man. Two thieves steal more than they bargained for. An aging rock star is confronted by a fan. An exotic dancer rationalizes the challenges of her employment. A radio announcer must choose between his occupation and his troubled marriage.
  BEDTIME STORIES a Comedy by Norm Foster 
  2010/2011        
  2011 Feb:  GEORGETOWN LITTLE THEATRE [John Elliott Theatre, Georgetown]  
      THEA | Best Lighting Design | Mike Emson  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #4 - Comedy: Cohesive Realization of the Director's Vision | The Entire Company  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #1 - Comedy: Ensemble | The Acting Company  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design | Mike Emson  
  2011 Jun:  THE BLACKHORSE VILLAGE PLAYERS [Blackhorse Theatre, Caledon]  
  2011/2012        
  2011 Nov:  MARKHAM LITTLE THEATRE [Flato Markham Theatre for the Performing Arts]  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #3 - Comedy: Ensemble | The Company  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #4 - Comedy: Character Performance | John Sellens as "Davey/Steve/Tommy"  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design | Rene Vriends  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design | Maria Cerone  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design | Murray Covent  
      Nom  | Best Production | Margaret Brownsberger & Kate O'Hearn, Producers  
  2012 May:  MISSISSAUGA PLAYERS THEATRE GROUP [Maja Prentice Theatre, Mississauga]  
  2012/2013        
  2012 Oct:  SCARBOROUGH PLAYERS [Scarborough Village Theatre]  
      THEA | Best Sound Design | Greg Nowlan  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | Garth Gibson as "Derek Beaumgarden"  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award - "Risk - Individual" | Mandy May Cheetham as "Sandy"  
  2013/2014        
  2014 May:  MILTON PLAYERS THEATRE GROUP [Milton Centre For The Arts]  
  2014/2015        
  2015 Apr:  NAGS PLAYERS [Tranzac Stage, Toronto]  

THE BEST CHRISTMAS PAGEANT EVER
  BEST CHRISTMAS PAGEANT EVER, THE a Comedy by Barbara Robinson 
  2011/2012        
  2011 Nov:  ORANGEVILLE MUSIC THEATRE [Westside Secondary School, Orangeville]  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #2 - Comedy: Debut in Community Theatre | Samantha Worswick  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #2 - Comedy: Debut in Community Theatre | McKenna Lowrie  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #4 - Comedy: Character Performance | The Ensemble of Sunday School Children  

THE BEST LAID PLANS
Successful spy novelist Ada Westbrook decides to take a Caribbean holiday to relax. Who knew that her work would follow her? A spy who has secret plans that every government is after, dies in Ada’s vacation villa. Since the plans are on his body it is constantly being moved until no-one knows where it is. There are even more complications. You’ll never guess how it ends!
  BEST LAID PLANS, THE a Comedy by Fred Carmichael 
  2012/2013        
  2012 Nov:  CALEDON TOWNHALL PLAYERS [Caledon Townhall Players Theatre]  

THE BEST LITTLE WHOREHOUSE IN TEXAS
  BEST LITTLE WHOREHOUSE IN TEXAS, THE a Comedy by Carol Hall, Larry King & Peter Masterson  
  2015/2016        
  2016 Apr:  CURTAIN CALL PLAYERS [Fairview Library Theatre, North York]  

BEYOND THERAPY
  BEYOND THERAPY a Comedy by Christopher Durang 
  2009/2010        
  2010 May:  EAST SIDE PLAYERS [Papermill Theatre at Todmorden Mills, Toronto]  
  2011/2012        
  2012 Jan:  THE BLOOR WEST VILLAGE PLAYERS [Village Playhouse, Toronto]  

BIENVENUE OH TROUT LAKE
When Max, Keith and Stan decided they'd get together to celebrate their fiftieth birthdays, they thought they might play a little golf, perhaps get the band together again and reminisce about their glory days. Well, that was the plan, but when Stan brought his new wife along, the weekend in Muskoka didn't go quite as expected.
  BIENVENUE OH TROUT LAKE a Comedy by Neil Alexander Marr 
  2011/2012        
  2012 Jun:  MARKHAM LITTLE THEATRE [Nineteen On The Park - Lebovic Centre for Arts & Entertainment, Whitchurch-Stouffville]  

BIG MAGGIE
Big Maggie is a compelling vision of the Irish mother as sociopath. Maggie Polpin is a just widowed mother of four living in rural Ireland, now sole owner of the family shop and farm. She a complex figure, far from the cliches of Irish femininity which preceded her. This is a hard-bitten, uncompromising woman who puts her personal security above all other concerns. She rejects the place which cultural precedent has laid out for her and chooses to drive all of her children away rather than nurture them like a mother hen.
  BIG MAGGIE a Drama by John B. Keane 
  2013/2014        
  2014 Feb:  TORONTO IRISH PLAYERS [Alumnae Theatre, Toronto]  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | Stephen Flett as "Byrne"  
      THEA | Best Costume Design | Bernie Hunt  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Janice Hansen as "Maggie Polpin"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Rebecca Liddiard as "Mary"  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design | Mary Jane Boon  
      Nom  | Best Set Design | Wayne Cardinalli  

BINGO! THE WINNING MUSICAL
"Bingo" is about a group of die-hard bingo players who stop at nothing to miss their weekly game. In between the number calling, strange rituals and fierce competitions, love blossoms and long lost friends reunite. Best friends and Bingo pals Vern, Honey and Patsy brave a terrible storm in order to attend the yearly celebration of the birth of Bingo and tribute to its founder, Edwin S. Lowe. As the storm knocks out power at the Bingo Hall, Patsy and Honey remind each other of the ominous night fifteen years ago that began in the same way. In flashback, Honey tells us about the night Vern and her best friend, Bernice, had their falling out. Bernice's sweet, yet headstrong daughter, Alison, enters the Bingo hall in disguise - Bernice's health is failing, and Alison is determined, with the help of Bingo, to reunite her mother with her long-lost best friend.
  BINGO! THE WINNING MUSICAL a Musical by Michael Heitzman, Ilene Reid & David Holcenberg  
  2014/2015        
  2015 Apr:  SCUGOG CHORAL SOCIETY [Town Hall 1873, Port Perry]  

THE BLACK BONSPIEL OF WULLIE MACCRIMMON
When Wullie MacCrimmon, a shoemaker in the 1930s foothills town of Wild Rose, muses aloud that he would give anything to skip his curling team in the MacDonald Brier, the Devil (a travelling salesman who deals in ?wholesale souls and retail sin) suddenly appears and makes him an offer. Wullie makes a counter offer, and one of the greatest matches in curling history is on?a ?Black Bonspiel.? When the Devil appears with his curling team--Guy Fawkes (lead), Judas Iscariot (second), and Macbeth (third)--Wullie and his team are in for one hell of a match.
  BLACK BONSPIEL OF WULLIE MACCRIMMON, THE a Comedy by W. O. Mitchell  
  2016/2017        
  2016 Nov:  GEORGETOWN LITTLE THEATRE [John Elliott Theatre, Georgetown]  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role - Comedy | Lawrence Murphy as "The Devil, Old Cloutte"  
      Nom  | Best Set Design - Comedy | Pam Niesiobedzki-Curtis  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design - Comedy | Alex Kanarek with recognition for original song by Carmen Braund  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #1 - Comedy: First Timers In Their Field | Ashley Stewart, as "The Angel" a character created for this production.  

BLITHE SPIRIT
Charles Condomine is a successful novelist. Ruth is his charming, wife. To conduct research for Charles’ latest book, they invite a medium to their home to perform a séance, expecting that the psychic, Madame Arcati, will be a humourous shyster. Well, she is humourous, but her ability to summon the dead is genuine. After prancing about, Madame Arcati summons a ghost from Charles’ past: his first wife, Elvira!!! Charles can see her, but no one else can. Elvira is flirtatious and catty. Ruth thinks her husband is insane. Then, after watching a vase float across the room, Ruth accepts the strange truth. What follows is a darkly funny competition between the two wives as they battle for possession of their husband. But as the haunting and the hollering continue, Charles begins to wonder if he wants to be with either woman at all.
  BLITHE SPIRIT a Comedy by Noel Coward 
  2010/2011        
  2010 Oct:  BORELIANS COMMUNITY THEATRE [Town Hall 1873, Port Perry]  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #2 - Comedy: Stage Management | Christy Chase  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Rick Kerr as "Charles"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Mary Delaney as "Madame Arcati"  
  2011/2012        
  2011 Oct:  SCARBOROUGH THEATRE GUILD [Scarborough Village Theatre]  
      Nom  | Best Set Design | Michael Jones  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design | Christeen Kivinen  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design | George Evans  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #4 - Comedy: Character Performance | Elizabeth Van Wyck as "Madame Arcati"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Ted Powers as "Charles Condimine"  
  2012/2013        
  2013 Apr:  ONSTAGE UXBRIDGE [Uxbridge Music Hall]  
  2013/2014        
  2014 Apr:  THE BLOOR WEST VILLAGE PLAYERS [Village Playhouse, Toronto]  
  2016/2017        
  2016 Nov:  BEAVERTON TOWN HALL PLAYERS [Beaverton Town Hall]  
  2017 Feb:  SOUTH SIMCOE THEATRE [Old Town Hall, Cookstown]  
      THEA | Best Costume Design - Comedy | Sandi La Plante  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design - Comedy | Mark Hayward  
      Nom  | Best Set Design - Comedy | Lauren Cully  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design - Comedy | Amelie Larente  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #3 - Comedy: Magic As It Happens Only In Theatre | Stage Management & Production Team  

BLOOD BROTHERS
  BLOOD BROTHERS a Musical by Willy Russell 
  2011/2012        
  2011 Oct:  ONSTAGE UXBRIDGE [Uxbridge Music Hall]  

BLOOD RELATIONS
  BLOOD RELATIONS a Drama by Sharon Pollock 

BOB'S YOUR ELF
An Elf is sent away from the North Pole to learn a lesson in co-operation and working well with others. His task is to help an amateur theatre group put on a Christmas pageant.
  BOB'S YOUR ELF a Comedy by Norm Foster 
  2015/2016        
  2015 Nov:  THE BLACKHORSE VILLAGE PLAYERS [Blackhorse Theatre, Caledon]  

THE BOBBY DARIN STORY
  BOBBY DARIN STORY, THE a Musical by Paul Tremeer 
  2015/2016        
  2015 Nov:  BEAVERTON TOWN HALL PLAYERS [Beaverton Town Hall]  

THE BOOK OF ESTHER
Ontario - June 1981. Faced with 20% interest rates, Ontario farmers are losing land. Down the road, police raid bathhouses as Pride Toronto celebrates its first parade. Suffocated by her mother’s relentlessly conservative religion, Esther escapes the family farm and runs for the city - until she can breathe enough to find her way home. Even as the prejudices that divide us battle with the ties that bind, compassion and love can triumph.
  BOOK OF ESTHER, THE a Comedy by Leanna Brodie 
  2015/2016        
  2016 Jan:  DURHAM SHOESTRING PERFORMERS [Arts Resource Centre, Oshawa]  

BOOKWORMS
"Bookworms" is set at a time when it was becoming clear that the Celtic Tiger was not feeling well. The women who inhabit a world of high end, custom designed, suburban palaces have a book club which has been meeting regularly for some time. Tonight’s gathering of the bookworms will mark the first time that the husbands have been invited, even encouraged, to attend and to participate…. Not such a good idea! In this satire the bankers and builders, the alpha males of the world of the tiger, visit the world of the bookworms and meet their wives. Underlying tensions simmer. Rumours become truth. It isn't pretty. It is hilarious.
  BOOKWORMS a Comedy by Bernard Ferrell 
  2014/2015        
  2014 Oct:  TORONTO IRISH PLAYERS [Alumnae Theatre, Toronto]  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Karen Brown as "Ann"  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #1 - Comedy: Ensemble Performance | Ensemble  
      Nom  | Best Production | Geraldine Browne & Bernadette Hunt, Producers  
      Nom  | Best Director | Alan Hunt  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Shane Flynn as "Larry"  

BORN YESTERDAY
  BORN YESTERDAY a Comedy by Garson Kanin 
  2011/2012        
  2012 Apr:  MARIPOSA ARTS THEATRE FOUNDATION [Orillia Opera House - Studio Theatre]  

BOXED IN
  BOXED IN a Drama by Michael Halsall  
  2017/2018        
  2018 Apr:  GEORGETOWN LITTLE THEATRE [John Elliott Theatre, Georgetown]  

BREAKING THE CODE
Derek Jacobi took London and Broadway by storm in this exceptional biographical drama about a man who broke too many codes: the eccentric genius Alan Turing who played a major role in winning the World War II; he broke the complex German code called Enigma, enabling allied forces to foresee German maneuvers. Since his work was classified top secret for years after the war, no one knew how much was owed to him when he was put on trial for breaking another code the taboo against homosexuality. Turing, who was also the first to conceive of computers, was convicted of the criminal act of homosexuality and sentenced to undergo hormone treatments which left him physically and mentally debilitated. He died a suicide, forgotten and alone. This play is about who he was, what happened to him and why.
  BREAKING THE CODE a Drama by Hugh Whitemore  

BREAKING UP IS HARD TO DO
  BREAKING UP IS HARD TO DO a Musical by Erik Jackson, Ben H. Winters & Neil Sedaka (conceived by Marsh Hanson & Gordon Greenberg) 
  2011/2012        
  2012 Mar:  SCUGOG CHORAL SOCIETY [Town Hall 1873, Port Perry]  

BRIGADOON
New Yorker Tommy Albright unexpectedly arrives at the mysterious Scottish Highland village of Brigadoon, which only appears for one day every 100 years. When Tommy meets and falls in love with Fiona, a beautiful villager in this magical hamlet, he must decide whether to return to his old life, or stay in Brigadoon -- forever.
  BRIGADOON a Musical by Alan Jay Lerner & Frederick Loewe  
  2016/2017        
  2016 Nov:  ONSTAGE UXBRIDGE [Uxbridge Music Hall]  

BRIGHTON BEACH MEMOIRS
Set in the Brighton Beach section of Brooklyn, New York in September 1937, this coming-of-age comedy focuses on Eugene Morris Jerome, a Polish-Jewish American teenager who experiences puberty, sexual awakening, and a search for identity as he tries to deal with his family, including his older brother Stanley, his parents Kate and Jack, Kate's sister Blanche, and her two daughters, Nora and Laurie, who come to live there after their father's death.
  BRIGHTON BEACH MEMOIRS a Comedy by Neil Simon 
  2014/2015        
  2014 Oct:  SCARBOROUGH PLAYERS [Scarborough Village Theatre]  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | Greg Nowlan as "Jack Jerome"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Deborah Ann Jarvis as "Kate Jerome"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Nicole Marie McCafferty as "Nora Morton"  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design | Anna Pallotta  

BROADWAY BOUND
Down home country meets sophisticated city when a couple of lucky participants in the Gopher Gulch Talent Show are invited by a stranded talent agent to audition for a brand new musical in New York City. Arrogant actors, tyrannical directors, clueless chorus girls and a mobster on the lam all add up to a hilarious introduction to the Big Apple. With a feel-good, dream-come-true happy ending, “Broadway Bound” is a treat for every child who has dreamed of being discovered in “the city that never sleeps.”
  BROADWAY BOUND a Musical by Gerrie Benzing 
  2013/2014        
  2013 Aug:  BEAVERTON TOWN HALL PLAYERS [Beaverton Town Hall]  

BROCK WANTS YOU!
More than just a satire of the military and the political, this script examines the unique Canadian identity that sprung from the War of 1812, and what it was that drove men, on both sides, to participate in such horrid "worldly" events. It also looks at the legendary British soldier, Major General Isaac Brock and his heroic, if rather foolish death two centuries ago.
  BROCK WANTS YOU! a Drama by Michael Brown  

BUT WHY BUMP OFF BARNABY?
This lunatic show poses a fascinating mystery. When Barnaby Folcey is murdered at a family gathering at Marlgate Manor, it transpires that he had a motive to murder everybody else but no one had a reason to want him dead. While dying, he scrawled the letters "b- a-r," which can implicate everyone. While the bizarre group frantically tries to unmask the murderer, people vanish, poison is found in the sherry and the police take forever to arrive. Meanwhile, there's a secret treasure to be found, a mystifying limerick to decode and all sorts of doom to be avoided before the killer is finally unmasked and destroyed using one of the funniest methods ever seen on a stage.
  BUT WHY BUMP OFF BARNABY? a Comedy by Rick Abbot 
  2014/2015        
  2015 Mar:  TIPLING STAGE COMPANY [Grace Tipling Concert Hall, Shelburne]  

BUTCHER
An old man in a military uniform and a Santa hat is dumped at the police station. He doesn't speak English, but a lawyer's business card is baited on the meat hook that hangs on his neck. As a lawyer, a police officer and a translator struggle to unravel the truth, they uncover a past that won't stay buried, and a decades-old quest for justice that must be served. Haunted by the trauma of a hideous war crime, no one is who they seem.
  BUTCHER a Thriller by Nicolas Billon  
  2017/2018        
  2018 Mar:  THE CURTAIN CLUB [Curtain Club Theatre, Richmond Hill]  

BUYING THE MOOSE
After his wife discovers him with a blow up doll which is wearing one of her dresses, Rob is out in the cold when she, for some reason, assumes the worst! Rob connects with his brother Greg while his wife connects with Greg's wife. The result is a comedy with heart and personal discoveries.
  BUYING THE MOOSE a Comedy by Michael G. Wilmot 
  2015/2016        
  2016 Jun:  THE CURTAIN CLUB [Curtain Club Theatre, Richmond Hill]  
  2016/2017        
  2017 Jan:  THE BLACKHORSE VILLAGE PLAYERS [Blackhorse Theatre, Caledon]  
  2017 Jan:  BURL-OAK THEATRE GROUP [Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts]  

BYE BYE BIRDIE
BYE BYE BIRDIE is one of the most captivating musical shows of our time. It tells the story of a rock and roll singer who is about to be inducted into the army. The singer, Conrad Birdie, an Elvis Presley type, has a pompadour and thick sideburns; he wears gaudy gold costumes and speaks in a rugged voice. Albert Peterson, his agent, is a very pleasant mild mannered young man. Albert's faithful secretary Rose Alvarez keeps him and Birdie moving forward in the world. Rosie concocts one final national publicity plan before Conrad's induction. Conrad will bid a typical American teen-age girl goodbye with an all-American kiss. Kim MacAfee in Sweet Apple, Ohio wins the honor. All of the phones in her town are already busy during The Telephone Hour as Kim has just been pinned to Hugo, a local boy. She is a pretty girl of fifteen and sings with springlike ardor How Lovely to Be a Woman, as she pulls on the plaid woolen socks and the baggy mustard colored sweater considered stylish and popular among young ladies. The arrival of Birdie in Sweet Apple causes people of all ages to swoon. Birdie says that his success is due to the fact that he is Honestly Sincere when he sings, and the quiet little town goes into a spin. The MacAfee household is completely upset by the visiting celebrity. It is decided that Birdie will give his One Last Kiss on the Ed Sullivan show. Kim's father who laments the whole uproar, tries to break into the act and behaves like a ham on the TV show. Hymn for a Sunday Evening is a salute to the greater glory of Ed Sullivan. Birdie becomes disgusted with his life and goes out on the town with the teenagers. He feels tense with Albert and is tired of being supervised. The parents of Sweet Apple cannot understand the new generation and express this in Kids. Rosie, still waiting for that band of gold from Albert after eight years, invades a Shriners' meeting. An extremely hilarious ballet ensues. She then decides to become the Latin American spitfire that she is painted as, by Albert's lead-footed catastrophe-ridden mother. She is determined to become Spanish Rose. Kim is reunited with Hugo, and Rose with Albert in the lovely number Rosie. Other hit numbers include A Lot of Livin' to Do and Put on a Happy Face. BYE BYE BIRDIE is a satire done with the fondest affection. It gives an insight into the everyday life that is very much part of us all. It is the tops in imagination and frivolity; a show that will be enjoyed by the cast as much as the audience.
  BYE BYE BIRDIE a Musical Comedy by Michael Steward, Lee Adams & Charles Strouse  
  2013/2014        
  2013 Nov:  OSHAWA LITTLE THEATRE [Oshawa Little Theatre]  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | Lyle Corrigan as "Harry MacAfee"  
      Nom  | Best Set Design | Ted Sellers  

C
CABARET
The scene is the Kit Kat Klub, a nightclub in Berlin, as the 1920s are drawing to a close. The Master of Ceremonies welcomes the audience to the show and assures them that, whatever their troubles, they will forget them at the Cabaret. The entire orchestra is onstage, and the actors play along with it when they are not part of the dialogue. Cliff, a young American writer, meets Ernst, a German who surprises Cliff by putting his briefcase among Cliff’s luggage at the German border. Musical numbers include Willkommen, Cabaret, Mein Herr, Maybe This Time, The Money Song and Two Ladies. When we revisit the Klub at the end, much is changed, and show ends with a stark foreshadowing of things to come: The Emcee strips off his overcoat to reveal a concentration camp prisoner’s uniform marked with a yellow Star of David and a pink triangle, and the backdrop rises to reveal an electric barbed-wire fence.
  CABARET a Musical by Joe Masterof, John Kander & Fred Ebb (based on the play by John Van Druten and Stories by Christopher Isherwood) 
  2012/2013        
  2013 Jan:  WHITBY COURTHOUSE THEATRE [Whitby Courthouse Theatre]  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Deborah Lobban as "Fraulein Schneider"  
      THEA | Best Set Design | Ian Handscomb  
      Nom  | Best Choreographer | Tara Forbes Hastings  
      Nom  | Best Stage Manager | Mike Trites  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design | Colin Hughes  
  2014/2015        
  2014 Nov:  CURTAIN CALL PLAYERS [Fairview Library Theatre, North York]  
  2014 Nov:  GLOBE PRODUCTIONS [John Elliott Theatre, Georgetown]  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Elizabeth Bell as "Frau Schneider"  
      Nom  | Best Choreographer | Erin Noble  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Cheyenne Harvey as "Sally Bowles"  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design | Mary Udell  

CACTUS FLOWER
Based on the play "Fleur de cactus" by Pierre Barillet and Jean-Pierre Gredy, the comedy focuses on the relationship between young, wild Toni and her older, married lover Julian, a dentist. Convinced the two have no future together, Toni attempts suicide, and a guilt-ridden Julian rashly proposes he leave his wife so the couple can be together. However, Julian has never revealed to Toni that his "marriage" is actually an elaborate lie concocted to keep Toni at arm's length. Toni refuses to break up his household without first meeting and talking with Julian's soon-to-be-ex, so Julian enlists the aid of his shy spinster assistant Stephanie to pose as his non-existent wife. Complications arise when Toni decides the two must find her a new beau so everyone concerned can live happily ever after.
  CACTUS FLOWER a Comedy by Abe Burrows 
  2014/2015        
  2014 Sep:  SCARBOROUGH THEATRE GUILD [Scarborough Village Theatre]  

CAKE-WALK
Five unlikely contestants clash in a cake-baking contest on Canada Day in which each character gets his or her just desserts.
  CAKE-WALK a Comedy by Colleen Curran 
  2016/2017        
  2017 Jan:  THE BLOOR WEST VILLAGE PLAYERS [Village Playhouse, Toronto]  

CALENDAR GIRLS
When Annie's husband John dies of leukaemia, she and best friend Chris resolve to raise money for a new settee in the local hospital waiting room. They manage to persuade four fellow WI members to pose nude with them for an "alternative" calendar, with a little help from hospital porter and amateur photographer Lawrence. The news of the women's charitable venture spreads like wildfire, and hordes of press soon descend on the small village of Knapeley in the Yorkshire Dales. The calendar is a success, but Chris and Annie's friendship is put to the test under the strain of their new-found fame. Based on the true story of eleven WI members who posed nude for a calendar to raise money for the Leukaemia Research Fund.
  CALENDAR GIRLS a Comedy by Tim Firth  
  2012/2013        
  2013 Mar:  ERIN THEATRE [Erin Centre 2000]  
      THEA | Best Director | Kathryn DeLory  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | Mark Llewellyn as "John"  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award - "Risk - Ensemble" | Erin Theatre Ladies  
      Nom  | Best Production | Carol McCone Day & Kathryn Delory, Producers  
      Nom  | Best Stage Manager | Virginia Bancur  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Angela Gibson as "Annie"  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design | Jim Steele  
      Nom  | Best Set Design | Susanna Lamy  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design | Lynda Graves  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design | Rob Dodds & Harrison Carter  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award - "Risk - Individual" | Barb McKee as "Marie"  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award - "Risk - Individual" | Ian O'Brien as "Lawrence"  
  2013/2014        
  2014 Feb:  MARIPOSA ARTS THEATRE FOUNDATION [Orillia Opera House - Gordon Lightfoot Auditorium]  
  2015/2016        
  2015 Nov:  ONSTAGE UXBRIDGE [Uxbridge Music Hall]  
  2016 May:  SCARBOROUGH PLAYERS [Scarborough Village Theatre]  
  2016/2017        
  2017 Jan:  ORANGEVILLE MUSIC THEATRE [Orangeville Town Hall Opera House]  
      THEA | Best Stage Manager - Comedy | Marc Gomes  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role - Comedy | Michelle Prestie as "Ruth"  
  2017/2018        
  2017 Sep:  BURL-OAK THEATRE GROUP [Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts]  
  2017 Oct:  MILTON PLAYERS THEATRE GROUP [Milton Centre For The Arts]  
  2018 Apr:  AJAX COMMUNITY THEATRE [St. Francis Centre, Ajax]  
  2018 May:  THE CURTAIN CLUB [Curtain Club Theatre, Richmond Hill]  

CAN LIGHTNING STRIKE TWICE?
Having followed all the rules, have you not often hoped that the friend, who seems to get everything in spite of being a little immoral or a little bit bent, should be struck down and punished for their evil ways?  Especially since you, the righteous one, always seem to have to bail them out and never get recognition for doing the good deed. Recognition, you don’t even get acknowledgment in this world that you even exist. Why can they get ahead? Why do they get all the perks, just once, just once, why not you? This comedy with a twist is just such a story, a journey down the path of hopeful retribution. When our immoral golf pro friend Don "Juan" Defleur gets himself in a little deeper than he planned with both his current mistress and also his older female benefactor, all hell breaks loose in Howard’s small studio apartment in the heart of downtown Acton. Don is finally struck by the wrath of God and is turned into a gorgeous woman, but does that really change him? Add to that a gunshot, a lightning storm, a robbery at the elite golf course Glenn Acton and of course our dogs body Howard working madly to keep all the balls in the air and still hoping that Don will learn his lesson and become a decent human being, and you get this masterly crafted comedy “Can Lightning Strike Twice?”.
  CAN LIGHTNING STRIKE TWICE? a Comedy by Roxanne Thornton 
  2011/2012        
  2012 Feb:  CALEDON TOWNHALL PLAYERS [Caledon Townhall Players Theatre]  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Janice Van Olst as "Don"  

CASTING FOR MURDER
Angela Benson inherits a fortune when her Aunt Maud is murdered, but the killer is never found. Angela’s acting career flourishes, but suspicion continues to cloud her life, even after her marriage to mystery writer, John Rutherford. As Angela prepares for the role of Amanda in Noel Coward’s Private Lives, a young journalist uncovers some startling new evidence about the three-year-old murder, and John and Angela find themselves embroiled in a sinister play beyond the footlights when the cast assembles at their island home.
  CASTING FOR MURDER a Mystery by Elizabeth Elwood  
  2017/2018        
  2018 Feb:  GEORGETOWN LITTLE THEATRE [John Elliott Theatre, Georgetown]  

CATCH ME IF YOU CAN
Based on the hit film and the incredible true story, Catch Me If You Can, is the high-flying musical comedy about chasing your dreams and not getting caught. Seeking fame and fortune, precocious teenager Frank Abignale, Jr. runs away from home to begin an unforgettable adventure. With nothing more than his boyish charm, a big imagination and millions of dollars in forged checks, Frank successfully poses as a pilot, a doctor and a lawyer - living the high life and winning the girl of his dreams. But when Frank's lies catch the attention of FBI agent Carl Hanratty, Carl pursues Frank across the country to make him pay for his crimes.
  CATCH ME IF YOU CAN a Musical by Terrence McNally, Marc Shaiman & Scott Wittman (based on the DreamWorks Motion Picture) 
  2016/2017        
  2017 Feb:  WHITBY COURTHOUSE THEATRE [Whitby Courthouse Theatre]  
      Nom  | Best Director - Musical | Erastus Burley  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role - Musical | Brian Hargan as "Carl Hanratty"  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design - Musical | Erastus Burley  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design - Musical | Margo Rodgers  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #3 - Musical: Projection Design | Shane Kelly  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #4 - Musical: Outstanding Orchestra | The Orchestra  
  2017 Feb:  MEADOWVALE MUSIC THEATRE [Meadowvale Theatre, Mississauga]  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role - Musical | Martin Buote as "Carl Hanratty"  
      Nom  | Best Choreographer - Musical | Renee Beiforte  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role - Musical | Nicholas Cunha as "Frank Abagnale, Jr"  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design - Musical | Jim Smagata  
      Nom  | Best Set Design - Musical | Pascal Labillois  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #2 - Musical: Outstanding Ensemble | The Ensemble  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #3 - Musical: Projection Design | Jim Smagata  

CAUGHT IN THE NET
  CAUGHT IN THE NET a Comedy by Ray Cooney 

THE CEMETERY CLUB
  CEMETERY CLUB, THE a Comedy by Ivan Menchell 
  2011/2012        
  2011 Aug:  THEATRE AURORA [Theatre Aurora]  
  2015/2016        
  2016 Apr:  ERIN THEATRE [David's Resturant, Erin]  
  2017/2018        
  2018 Apr:  SCARBOROUGH THEATRE GUILD [Scarborough Village Theatre]  

CHARITY BEGINS
  CHARITY BEGINS a Comedy by Ireland Wood 
  2015/2016        
  2016 Apr:  MARKHAM LITTLE THEATRE [Flato Markham Theatre for the Performing Arts]  

CHARLEY'S AUNT
  CHARLEY'S AUNT a Comedy by Brandon Thomas 
  2009/2010        
  2010 Jun:  MISSISSAUGA PLAYERS THEATRE GROUP [ tbd, ]  
  2010/2011        
  2011 Apr:  ONSTAGE UXBRIDGE [Uxbridge Music Hall]  

CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY
  CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY a Musical by Richard R. George & from Ronald Dahl 
  2011/2012        
  2012 Mar:  PEEL PANTO PLAYERS [Lester B. Pearson Theatre, Brampton]  

CHARLOTTE'S WEB
This exciting new musical version of "Charlotte's Web" brings a new dimension to E.B. White's beloved classic. With music and lyrics by Charles Strouse ("Annie", "Bye, Bye Birdie") and book by Joseph Robinette (national award-winning children's playwright) your audiences will thrill to a musical score which includes "Eating", Wilbur the pigs humorous yet poignant song about growing up; "Who Says We Can't Be Friends", an enchanting duet between Wilbur and his new-found companion Charlotte; "Welcome to the Zuckerman Barn", featuring all the story's unforgettable animals in a hand-clapping, toe-tapping hoe-down; and "Summer", a haunting, nostalgic chorus number which evokes a time and place from everyone's childhood. This joyous musical offers your audiences a very special experience.
  CHARLOTTE'S WEB a Musical by Joseph Robinette & Charles Strouse (from E.B. White) 

CHESS
The collaborators on Chess are giants of rock music and rock musicals and they have created a complex rock opera that played to full Broadway houses and standing ovations. Here the ancient game becomes a metaphor for romantic rivalries, competitive gamesmanship, super power politics and international intrigues. The pawns in this drama form a love triangle: the loutish American chess star, the earnest Russian champion and a Hungarian American female assistant who arrives at the international chess match in Bangkok with the American but falls for the Russian. From Bangkok to Budapest the players, lovers, politicians, and spies manipulate and are manipulated to the pulse of a monumental rock score that includes One Night in Bangkok and "Heaven Help My Heart.
  CHESS a Musical Drama by Benny Andersson, Tim Rice, Bjorn Ulvaeus & Richard Nelson 
  2011/2012        
  2012 Mar:  OSHAWA LITTLE THEATRE [Oshawa Little Theatre]  
      THEA | Best Production | Ted Sellers, Producer  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | JP Gedeon as "Anatoly"  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | Lyle Corrigan as "Walter"  
      THEA | Best Musical Director | Carol Salamone  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design | Paul Harris  
      Nom  | Best Set Design | Ted Sellers  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design | Brenda Clarkson  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design | James Plaus  
      Nom  | Best Director | Michael Schneider  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | David Cardinal as "Freddie"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Courtney Bradley as "Florence"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | Steve Longauer as "Molokov"  
  2017/2018        
  2018 Mar:  CITY CENTRE MUSICAL PRODUCTIONS [Meadowvale Theatre, Mississauga]  

CHICAGO
In roaring twenties Chicago, chorine Roxie Hart murders a faithless lover and convinces her hapless husband, Amos, to take the rap...until he finds out he's been duped and turns on Roxie. Convicted and sent to death row, Roxie and another "Merry Murderess," Velma Kelly, vie for the spotlight and the headlines, ultimately joining forces in search of the "American Dream": fame, fortune, and acquittal. This sharp-edged satire features a dazzling score that sparked immortal staging by Bob Fosse.
  CHICAGO a Musical by Fred Ebb, Bob Fosse, John Kander & David Thompson (Based on the play by Maurine Dallas Watkins) 
  2017/2018        
  2017 Nov:  MARIPOSA ARTS THEATRE FOUNDATION [Orillia Opera House - Gordon Lightfoot Auditorium]  

CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG
An eccentric inventor, Caractacus Potts sets about restoring an old race car from a scrap heap with the help of his children Jeremy and Jemima. They soon discover the car has magical properties including the ability to float and take flight. Trouble occurs when the evil Baron Bomburst desires the magic car for himself. The family joins forces with Truly Scrumptious and batty Grandpa.
  CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG a Musical by Richard M. Sherman, Robert B. Sherman, Jeremy Sams & Ray Roderick (based on the MGM movie) 
  2015/2016        
  2016 Jan:  ONSTAGE UXBRIDGE [Uxbridge Music Hall]  

CHRISTMAS IN CANCUN
  CHRISTMAS IN CANCUN a Comedy by Kevin Riordan 
  2011/2012        
  2011 Nov:  THE BLACKHORSE VILLAGE PLAYERS [Blackhorse Theatre, Caledon]  

CINDERELLA
  CINDERELLA a Pantomime by David Maun  
  2017/2018        
  2017 Nov:  PEEL PANTO PLAYERS [Lester B. Pearson Theatre, Brampton]  

CINDERELLA - A PANTOMINE
This version of Cinderella is the typical British pantomime but told from a modern day perspective. It comes complete with the Ugly Stepsisters, the Prince, his handsome sidekick, Dandini, and, of course, Cinderella and Buttons, Cinder’s faithful friend. The script follows the Cinderella story but is set in the present time and involves a “Canada’s Got Talent” type of competition as a feature, with a Susan Boyle performance! It will involve plenty of jokes, lots of loud colourful characters and fun for everyone! There is even a performance from the Sugar Plum Fairy right in time for the Christmas season.
  CINDERELLA - A PANTOMINE a Comedy by Bernard Stern & Charlotte Stern 
  2013/2014        
  2013 Dec:  BURL-OAK THEATRE GROUP [Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts]  

CLIFFHANGER
  CLIFFHANGER a Comedy by James Yaffee 
  2009/2010        
  2010 Jun:  THE CURTAIN CLUB [Curtain Club Theatre, Richmond Hill]  

COLOURS IN THE STORM: THE TOM THOMSON MUSICAL
"Colours In The Storm: is a musical about the life, and mysterious death, of iconic Canadian painter, Tom Thomson. More a play with songs than a traditional musical, the show follows Thomson’s development as a painter from his arrival in Algonquin Park in 1912 to his death there in Canoe Lake in 1917. His 1915 painting “Northern River” inspired what has become the theme song of "Colours In The Storm". The song "Northern River" was composed by the author, Jim Betts.
  COLOURS IN THE STORM: THE TOM THOMSON MUSICAL a Musical by Jim Betts 
  2014/2015        
  2014 Nov:  THE OAKVILLE PLAYERS [Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts]  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design | Peter Frost  
      Nom  | Best Set Design | Wade Pitman & Mary Rose  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design | Wade Pitman  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #4 - Musical: Cohesive and Comprehensive Realization of The Director's Vision | Company  

COME BACK TO THE FIVE AND DIME, JIMMY DEAN, JIMMY DEAN
The play revolves around a James Dean fan club that reunites at a Texas five-and-dime store.
  COME BACK TO THE FIVE AND DIME, JIMMY DEAN, JIMMY DEAN a Comedy by Ed Graczyk 
  2013/2014        
  2014 Jan:  THE CURTAIN CLUB [Curtain Club Theatre, Richmond Hill]  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Jo-Anne Pulfer as "Edna Louise"  
      Nom  | Best Stage Manager | Debbie Makarenko  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Heather Nutt-Christensen as "Sissy"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Alyssa Walker as "Sissy, Then"  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #1 - Drama: "EXCEPTIONAL GROUP WORK - ENSEMBLE OR CHORUS" | The Ensemble  

COMMUNICATING DOORS
A London sex specialist from the future stumbles into a murder plot that sends her travelling back in time. She, and two other women race back and forth in time trying to rewrite history and prevent their own violent ends. This intricate comic thriller is by the British master of farcical comedy, Alan Ayckbourn.
  COMMUNICATING DOORS a Comedy by Alan Ayckbourn 
  2012/2013        
  2013 Feb:  EAST SIDE PLAYERS [Papermill Theatre at Todmorden Mills, Toronto]  
  2015/2016        
  2015 Nov:  WHITBY COURTHOUSE THEATRE [Whitby Courthouse Theatre]  
      THEA | Best Sound Design | Reese Bruness, Chris MacDonald-Clark, & Brandon Rideout  
      Nom  | Best Director | Erastus Burley  
      Nom  | Best Director | Erastus Burley  
      Nom  | Best Stage Manager | Heather Doucette  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design | Brandon Rideout  
      Nom  | Best Set Design | Erastus Burley  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #1 - Comedy: Duo: Achievement in Acting and Comedic Timing | Zephyr Bugelli & Josh Ford as "The Bellhops"  

THE COMPLETE WORKS OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE (ABRIDGED)
  COMPLETE WORKS OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE (ABRIDGED), THE a Comedy by Adam Long & Daniel Singer & Jess Winfield 
  2011/2012        
  2011 Nov:  THE OAKVILLE PLAYERS [Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts]  

CONFESSIONS OF A DIRTY BLONDE
  CONFESSIONS OF A DIRTY BLONDE a Comedy by Billy Van Zandt & Jane Milmore 
  2010/2011        
  2011 Jan:  THE BLACKHORSE VILLAGE PLAYERS [Blackhorse Theatre, Caledon]  

CONSIDER THE OYSTER
When Gene breaks his leg after proposing to girlfriend Marisa, he begins to feel some odd changes. It turns out the oyster shell that the doctor left in his leg to assist with his healing is causing him to slowly transition into a female -- just the way an oyster does. Can Gene learn to live his life as a different gender, and will he -- or she -- be able to feel the same for his fiancee? "Consider the Oyster" is a funny and surprising exploration of gender and our changeable human nature.
  CONSIDER THE OYSTER a Comedy by David MacGregor 
  2015/2016        
  2015 Nov:  GEORGETOWN LITTLE THEATRE [John Elliott Theatre, Georgetown]  
      THEA | Best Production | Gina Van Raalte, Producer  
      THEA | Best Director | David Cairns  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Jhuntue D. Grey as "Eliot"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | M. H. Teskey as "Gene"  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design | Skytree Smith  

COOKIN' WITH GUS
Gussie Richardson is a famous food columnist and cookbook author. Her agent comes to tell her she's been offered her own daily network television show. She wants to do it, but her husband Walter is dead set against it and Gussie discovers she has stage fright and can't open her mouth in front of a camera. Everybody tries to help her get over it... Walter through hypnotism, Bernie her agent by threats; and even wacky Gypsy Carmen from next door casts spells. Just when she thinks she's cured, the taping turns into a comic nightmare concluding in an all out food fight that almost ends the show and her marriage. Cookin' with Gus brings together four unlikely characters in a stew of hijinks and hilarity. Fun for the performers and a great evening for the audience.
  COOKIN' WITH GUS a Comedy by Jim Brochu 
  2014/2015        
  2014 Nov:  CALEDON TOWNHALL PLAYERS [Caledon Townhall Players Theatre]  

CRAZY FOR YOU
CRAZY FOR YOU is the story of Bobby Child, a well-to-do 1930s playboy whose dream in life is to dance. And despite the serious efforts of his mother and soon-to-be ex-fiance, Bobby achieves his dream! Memorable Gershwin tunes include "I Can't Be Bothered Now", "Bidin' My Time", "I Got Rhythm", "Naughty Baby", "They Can't Take That Away from Me", "But Not for Me", "Nice Work If You Can Get It", "Embraceable You", and "Someone to Watch Over Me". It's a high energy comedy which includes mistaken identity, plot twists, fabulous dance numbers and classic Gershwin music.
  CRAZY FOR YOU a Musical Comedy by George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin, Ken Ludwig & Mike Ockrent (Inspired by material by Guy Bolton & John McGowan) 
  2012/2013        
  2013 Feb:  MEADOWVALE MUSIC THEATRE [Meadowvale Theatre, Mississauga]  
      THEA | Best Choreographer | Renee Beiforte  
      THEA | Best Musical Director | Erica Harvey  
      Nom  | Best Production | Donna Feggans, Producer  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Raylin Marcotte as "Polly Baker"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Cecily Restivo-Petroff as "Irene Roth"  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design | David Horner  
      Nom  | Best Set Design | Bruce Brown & Doug Feggans  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award - "Most Impressive Ensemble/Chorus" | The Cowboys and The Showgirls  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award - "Technical Achievement" | Technical Design and Running Team  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award - Props | Carole Roy & Debbie Roose  
  2014/2015        
  2015 Jun:  WHITBY COURTHOUSE THEATRE [Whitby Courthouse Theatre]  
  2017/2018        
  2018 May:  SCARBOROUGH MUSIC THEATRE [Scarborough Village Theatre]  

CURTAINS
It is the brassy, bright, and promising year of 1959. Boston's Colonial Theatre is host to the opening night performance of a new musical. When the leading lady mysteriously dies on stage the entire cast and crew are suspects. Enter a local detective, who just happens to be a musical theatre fan!
  CURTAINS a Musical by Rupert Holmes, John Kander, Fred Ebb & Rupert Holmes (Original Book and Concept by Peter Stone) 
  2013/2014        
  2013 Nov:  SOUTH SIMCOE THEATRE [Old Town Hall, Cookstown]  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #4 - Musical: "Stand Out Performance" | Marlo Alcock as "Carmen Bernstein"  

CYPRIENNE
In a setting of upcoming Divorce Act amendments, Henri Des Prunelles suspects that his restless young wife Cyprienne has been flirting - and perhaps more - with his cousin Adhémar. A crafty Henri turns the tables by agreeing to a divorce: the young cousin becomes the boring husband-to-be and Henri takes on the allure of contraband. The only way Henri can convince Cyprienne he doesn't have a lover himself, is to invite her to a romantic "divorce dinner" at his old bachelor bistro. Champagne, laughter, fine food and making sport of Adhémar rekindle their love and save their marriage. Adapted to 1921 from Divorçons by Victorien Sardou (1880). Initial set designed to transform quickly into the final bistro.
  CYPRIENNE a Comedy by David Nicholson 

CYRANO DE BERGERAC
Cyrano has it all in 1600′s Paris! He’s a poet-philosopher who can outfence and outwit any man. He’s brimming with brains, talent and vigour. But he has a grotesquely long nose that prevents him from courting his secret love, the beguiling Roxane, so he enlists the help of his friend, Christian, to woo Roxane in his place. Enjoy a ribald evening of wits, wordplay and swordplay that will answer the burning question—who will Roxane fall for: Christian or Cyrano?
  CYRANO DE BERGERAC a Comedy by Edmond Rostand 
  2014/2015        
  2014 Nov:  AMICUS PRODUCTIONS [Papermill Theatre at Todmorden Mills, Toronto]  
      THEA | Best Costume Design | Farnoosh Talebpour  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #2 - Comedy: Outstanding New Adaptation | Roxanne Deans & Chris Coculuzzi  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design | David Buffham  
      Nom  | Best Stage Manager | David Liotta  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Chris Coculuzzi as "Cyrano"  

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  DADS! a Musical by Robert More & Tom Doyle  
  2015/2016        
  2015 Oct:  ONSTAGE UXBRIDGE [Uxbridge Music Hall]  

DAMN YANKEES
Middle-aged baseball fanatic Joe Boyd trades his soul to the Devil, also known as Mr. Applegate, for a chance to lead his favorite team to victory in the pennant race against the New York Yankees. As young baseball sensation Joe Hardy, he transforms the hapless Washington Senators into a winning team, only to realize the true worth of the life he's left behind. Joe ultimately outsmarts Applegate, returns to his former self, and shepherds the Senators to the World Series.
  DAMN YANKEES a Musical by Richard Adler, Jerry Ross, George Abbott & Douglass Wallop (based on the novel, The Year the Yankees Lost the Pennant by Douglass Wallop) 
  2015/2016        
  2016 Apr:  SCARBOROUGH MUSIC THEATRE [Scarborough Village Theatre]  

DANCOCK'S DANCE
"Dancock's Dance" is an emotionally haunting play in which one broken man clings breathlessly to a hope for redemption. In the closed world of a mental asylum, shell-shocked World War I officer Lieutenant Dancock and his fellow inmates "dance" their way through a powerful gamut of emotions, from death to life through madness, war and inhumanity.
  DANCOCK'S DANCE a Drama by Guy Vanderhaeghe 
  2012/2013        
  2013 Feb:  MARIPOSA ARTS THEATRE FOUNDATION [Orillia Opera House - Studio Theatre]  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Bridget Gole as "Dorothea Gage"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | Andrew Bell as "The Soldier"  

DANGEROUS OBSESSION
  DANGEROUS OBSESSION a Drama by N. J. Crisp 
  2011/2012        
  2012 Feb:  MARKHAM LITTLE THEATRE [Flato Markham Theatre for the Performing Arts]  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #2 - Drama: Effective use of Set and Props | The Cast & Crew  
  2012/2013        
  2012 Nov:  THE BLOOR WEST VILLAGE PLAYERS [Village Playhouse, Toronto]  

THE DATE
This was a one act play that started out as gag about getting my daughter married to the ideal man. One night she is arguing with her father about her lack of dating. He says, “Do you think Prince Charming is going to just come knocking on our door?” At this point there is a knock on the door and a handsome young fellow named Prince Charming is standing there. They fall in love instantly, but he is from Scotland so they have to go to Scotland to be married.
  DATE, THE a Comedy by Paul Tremeer 

DEAD GUILTY
A tense psychological study of guilt and obsession by the author of The Business of Murder, Dead Guilty concerns an attractive young graphic artist whose leg is badly injured in a car crash that occurred when a business associate suffered a fatal heart attack at the wheel. Housebound and depressed, Julia is tormented when things disappear, a Mexican orange blossom materializes on her shambling Victorian terrace and someone prowls upstairs at night. While a kindly counselor contends with Julia's suicidal tendencies and a besotted handyman helps around the house, the excessively solicitous widow invades Julia's life. Suspense builds as the question becomes whether the affair Julia was enjoying with her now dead colleague will cost her her own life.
  DEAD GUILTY a Drama by Richard Harris 
  2015/2016        
  2016 Jan:  BURL-OAK THEATRE GROUP [Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts]  

DEAD MEN DON'T ITCH
  DEAD MEN DON'T ITCH a Comedy by John Arco  
  2017/2018        
  2018 Mar:  THE OAKVILLE PLAYERS [Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts]  

DEAD METAPHOR
Poor Dean. His only useful, admittedly awesome, skill is killing people from a distance. Great in Afghanistan, not so hot on the mean streets of Toronto. He’s unemployed, his father is losing his mind, and his ex-wife/new bride is pregnant. Then the politicians come calling. This is acerbically funny theatre spinning left and right wing views, asking where will you make your stand? Deadly serious, seriously funny. Not for the easily offended.
  DEAD METAPHOR a Comedic Drama by George F. Walker 
  2016/2017        
  2017 Mar:  DURHAM SHOESTRING PERFORMERS [Arts Resource Centre, Oshawa]  

DEAD ON NINE
A man reliant on wife's money asks for divorce after ten years of marriage, on refusal he attempts to kill her, and other murders ensue..
  DEAD ON NINE a Drama by Jack Popplewell 
  2014/2015        
  2015 Mar:  CENTURY THEATRE GUILD [Century Church Theatre, Hillsburgh]  
      THEA | Best Stage Manager | Erin Montgomery  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | Ken Noakes as "Dick Farrow"  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design | Martyn Worsnop & Danny Moore  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #2 - Drama: Producers of Technically Demanding and Complex Shows | Jo Phenix  

DEAR EDWINA JR.
  DEAR EDWINA JR. a Musical by Marcy Heisler 
  2015/2016        
  2015 Nov:  LP STAGE PRODUCTIONS [Grace Tipling Concert Hall, Shelburne]  

DEATH AND THE MAIDEN
Set in an unnamed country that is, like the author's native Chile, emerging from a totalitarian dictatorship, the play explores the after effects of repression on hearts and souls. Paulina Escobar's husband Gerardo is to head an investigation into past human rights abuses. A Dr. Miranda stops at Escobar's to congratulate Gerardo. Paulina overhears them speaking and is convinced that Miranda supervised her prison torture sessions. She ties him to a chair and conducts her own interrogation, gun in hand. Escobar doesn't know whether to believe his distraught wife or his persuasive new friend. This white knuckle thriller is a riveting intellectual and emotional tug of war.
  DEATH AND THE MAIDEN a Drama by Ariel Dorfman 
  2016/2017        
  2017 Feb:  MARIPOSA ARTS THEATRE FOUNDATION [Orillia Opera House - Gordon Lightfoot Auditorium]  

DEATH HYDES
  DEATH HYDES a Comedy by Mike Khashmanian, Julie Oakes & Christine Withrow  
  2009/2010        
  2010 Jul:  BACKWOODS PLAYERS [Pickering Museum Village]  

DEATH IN A BLACK SUIT
  DEATH IN A BLACK SUIT a Drama by Maureen Jennings 
  2014/2015        
  2014 Nov:  SCARBOROUGH THEATRE GUILD [Scarborough Village Theatre]  

DEATH OF A SALESMAN
The story revolves around the last days of Willy Loman, a failing salesman, who cannot understand how he failed to win success and happiness. Through a series of tragic soul-searching revelations of the life he has lived with his wife, his sons, and his business associates, we discover how his quest for the "American Dream" kept him blind to the people who truly loved him. A thrilling work of deep and revealing beauty that remains one of the most profound classic dramas of the American theatre.
  DEATH OF A SALESMAN a Drama by Arthur Miller  
  2017/2018        
  2017 Oct:  THEATRE AURORA [Theatre Aurora]  

THE DEATH OF ME / MY NARRATOR
"The Death Of Me" When John bargains with the Angel of Death for a second chance at life, he quickly discovers that fixing the mistakes of your past is difficult, and that perhaps his destiny is not yet etched in stone. "My Narrator" Imagine what would happen if that little voice inside your head – the one that tells you how to behave and what choices to make – suddenly took on a life of its own? For Lacy and Miles, love is what happens, and with hilarious results.
  DEATH OF ME / MY NARRATOR, THE a Comedy by Norm Foster (Two 1-Act Plays) 
  2012/2013        
  2012 Nov:  NAGS PLAYERS [Tranzac Stage, Toronto]  

DEATHTRAP
Seemingly comfortably ensconced in his charming Connecticut home, Sidney Bruhl, a successful writer of Broadway thrillers, is struggling to overcome a "dry" spell which has resulted in a string of failures and a shortage of funds. A possible break in his fortunes occurs when he receives a script from a student in the seminar he has been conducting at a nearby college—a thriller which Sidney recognizes immediately as a potential Broadway hit. Sidney's plan, which he devises with his wife's help, is to offer collaboration to the student, an idea which the younger man quickly accepts. Thereafter suspense mounts steadily as the plot begins to twist and turn with devilish cleverness, and with such an abundance of thrills and laughter, that audiences will be held enthralled until the final, startling moments of the play.
  DEATHTRAP a Thriller by Ira Levin  
  2011/2012        
  2011 Sep:  TIPLING STAGE COMPANY [Grace Tipling Concert Hall, Shelburne]  
  2011 Oct:  NAGS PLAYERS [Tranzac Stage, Toronto]  
  2016/2017        
  2017 Jun:  SCARBOROUGH PLAYERS [Scarborough Village Theatre]  

THE DECEMBER MAN (L'HOMME DE DECEMBRE)
Benoit and Kathleen Fournier try everything to help their son live with guilt and rage after an unthinkable crime drives Jean from his Montreal university classroom. Weaving the story back in time, Murphy sensitively traces what can happen when our hopeful everyday private lives are swamped by public violence. Winner: Governor General’s Drama Award 2007.
  DECEMBER MAN (L'HOMME DE DECEMBRE), THE a Drama by Colleen Murphy 
  2011/2012        
  2011 Nov:  THE CURTAIN CLUB [Curtain Club Theatre, Richmond Hill]  
      THEA*| Best Production | Robert Bray & Mike Webb, Producers  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Rob Goodale as "Benoit Fournier"  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Lise Boily as "Kathleen Fournier"  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design | Samantha Lynch  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #1 - Drama: "Best Performance by a Young Actor in a Leading Role" | Nathaniel Kinghan as "Jean Emile Fournier"  
      Nom  | Best Director | Brian J. Moore  
  2012/2013        
  2012 Nov:  DURHAM SHOESTRING PERFORMERS [Arts Resource Centre, Oshawa]  

DIAL "M" FOR MURDER
Tony Wendice has married his wife, Margot, for her money and now plans to murder her for the same reason. He arranges the perfect murder. He blackmails a scoundrel he used to know into strangling her for a fee of one thousand pounds, and arranges a brilliant alibi for himself. Unfortunately…the murderer gets murdered and the victim survives. But this doesn't baffle the husband: He sees his hireling's death as an opportunity to have his wife convicted for the murder of the man who tried to murder her, and that is what almost happens. Luckily, the police inspector from Scotland Yard and a young man who is in love with the wife discover the truth, and in a scene of almost unbearable suspense they trap the husband into revealing his guilt, thus freeing Margot.
  DIAL "M" FOR MURDER a Drama by Frederick Knott 
  2016/2017        
  2016 Nov:  STOUFFVILLE THEATRE COMPANY [Uxbridge Music Hall]  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design - Drama | Linda Brent  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #4 - Drama: Memorable Moments in Festival - Acting & Direction | Stabbing Scene  

THE DIARIES OF ADAM AND EVE
From the pen of noted American humourist Mark Twain comes this delightful, whimsical and poignant look at the lives of Adam and Eve, as seen through the entries in their diaries.
  DIARIES OF ADAM AND EVE, THE a Comedy by Mark Twain (adapted by David Birney) 
  2012/2013        
  2012 Nov:  ONSTAGE UXBRIDGE [Uxbridge Music Hall]  

THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK
In this gripping new adaptation by Wendy Kesselman, from the original stage play by Goodrich and Hackett, newly discovered writings from the diary of Anne Frank, as well as survivor accounts, are interwoven to create a contemporary impassioned story of the lives of people persecuted under Nazi rule. This is an adaptation for a new generation able to confront the true horrors of the Holocaust. "Undeniably moving. It shatters the heart. The evening never lets us forget the inhuman darkness waiting to claim its incandescently human heroine." - NY Times.
  DIARY OF ANNE FRANK, THE a Drama by Francis Goodrich, Albert Hackett & Wendy Kesselman  
  2013/2014        
  2014 Feb:  OSHAWA LITTLE THEATRE [Oshawa Little Theatre]  
      THEA | Best Set Design | Carey Nicholson  
      THEA | Best Sound Design | Michael Serres and Carey Nicholson  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #4 - Drama: "REMARKABLE CHARACTER JOURNEYS" | Sabrina Keyes as "Anne Frank"  
      Nom  | Best Production | Liz Pask and Carey Nicholson, Producers  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | Bryan Stannish as "Mr. Dussel"  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design | Amy Lawrence  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #1 - Drama: "EXCEPTIONAL GROUP WORK - ENSEMBLE OR CHORUS" | The Ensemble  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #2 - Drama: "DESIGN MAGIC" | The Design Team  

DICK WHITTINGTON (AND HIS CAT)
Dick Whittington and his cat, Tammy, journey to London to seek their fortune after hearing that the streets are paved with gold. When he finds they are not, he is hired to work in the kitchen of Alderman Fitzwarren, where he meets some colourful characters and the Alderman’s beautiful daughter. Tammy the cat becomes renowned for her rat-catching abilities and the evil King Rat sets out to destroy Dick, and become the Lord Mayor of London.
  DICK WHITTINGTON (AND HIS CAT) a Musical by Bev Nicholas 
  2013/2014        
  2014 Jan:  TIPLING STAGE COMPANY [Grace Tipling Concert Hall, Shelburne]  

DILEMMAS WITH DINNER
Junior executive Brooke invites her boss and his wife over for dinner in the hopes of securing a promotion. While frantically getting ready, Brooke and her husband discover that the hired help is coincidentally the boss ex-daughter-in-law. Just when it seems everything that could go wrong has gone wrong, Brookes boss has an unfortunate announcement to make -- though not as unfortunate as the candlestick attack, appetizer toss, and general chaos that then ensues...
  DILEMMAS WITH DINNER a Farce by Robin Roberts  
  2017/2018        
  2018 May:  CALEDON TOWNHALL PLAYERS [Caledon Townhall Players Theatre]  

THE DINING ROOM
  DINING ROOM, THE a Drama by A. R. Gurney 
  2010/2011        
  2011 Apr:  CALEDON TOWNHALL PLAYERS [Caledon Townhall Players Theatre]  

THE DINNER PARTY
Here is a decidedly French dinner party served up in a chaotic mode that only a master of comedy could create. Five people are invited to dine at a first rate restaurant in Paris. They do not know who the other guests will be or why they have been invited. Tossed together in a private dining room, they have a sneaking suspicion that this unorthodox dinner party will forever change their lives. John Ritter and Henry Winkler starred in the wildly successful Kennedy Center production and on Broadway.
  DINNER PARTY, THE a Comedy by Neil Simon 
  2011/2012        
  2012 Feb:  GEORGETOWN LITTLE THEATRE [Acton Heritage Town Hall]  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #1 - Comedy: Outstanding Stage Management | Cheryl Thurston & Virginia Bancur  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Ro Palumbo-Coates as "Gabrielle Buonocelli"  

DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS
Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, based on the popular 1988 MGM film, takes us to the French Riviera for high jinks and hilarity. Lawrence Jameson makes his lavish living by talking rich ladies out of their money. Freddy Benson more humbly swindles women by waking their compassion with fabricated stories about his grandmother's failing health. After meeting on a train, they attempt to work together, only to find that this small French town isn't big enough for the two of them. They agree on a settlement: the first one to extract $50,000 from a young female target, heiress, Christine Colgate, wins, and the other must leave town. A hilarious battle of cons ensues that will keep audiences laughing, humming and guessing to the end
  DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS a Musical Comedy by Jeffrey Lane & David Yazbek (based on the film) 
  2014/2015        
  2014 Oct:  SOUTH SIMCOE THEATRE [Old Town Hall, Cookstown]  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Jenny Landry as "Christine Colgate"  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #1 - Musical: Outstanding Onstage Pairing/Team | Robert Townsend as "Lawrence Jamesson" & Stephen Bainborough as "Freddy Benson"  
      Nom  | Best Production | Bob Buckley, Producer  
  2016/2017        
  2017 Feb:  SCARBOROUGH MUSIC THEATRE [Scarborough Village Theatre]  
      THEA | Best Stage Manager - Musical | Ndola Hutton  
      Nom  | Best Production - Musical | Peter Pequegnat, Producer  
      Nom  | Best Choreographer - Musical | Sabrina Hooper  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role - Musical | Carson Betz as "Freddy Benson"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role - Musical | Jill McMillan as "Muriel Eubanks"  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #2 - Musical: Outstanding Ensemble | The Ensemble  

DISCOVERING ELVIS
A snow storm can’t stop die-hard Elvis impersonators from showing up to compete in the first round of a competition that could take them to their ultimate goal: headlining in Las Vegas! In their very unusual world, these ersatz Elvii have to face ridicule from the outside, and fierce competition from the inside, but as we come to know them, we understand a little more about why they want to be Elvis and how important it is for each of them to win. When the actions of a crazy fan seriously jeopardize their chances at competing, they abandon their one-up-man-ship and come together to make sure that the show goes on.  And on it most definitely goes! Which Elvis wins the competition?  The audience gets to be the judge.
  DISCOVERING ELVIS a Musical by Marcia Kash 
  2014/2015        
  2015 Apr:  THE QUEENSVILLE PLAYERS [Stephen Leacock Theatre, Keswick]  

THE DISHWASHERS
  DISHWASHERS, THE a Comedy by Morris Panych  

THE DIXIE SWIM CLUB
Five Southern women, whose friendships began many years ago on their college swim team, set aside a long weekend every August to recharge those relationships. Free from husbands, kids and jobs, they meet at the same beach cottage on North Carolina's Outer Banks to catch up, laugh and meddle in each other's lives. The Dixie Swim Clubfocuses on four of those weekends and spans a period of thirty-three years. Sheree, the spunky team captain, desperately tries to maintain her organized and "perfect" life, and continues to be the group's leader. Dinah, the wisecracking overachiever, is a career dynamo. But her victories in the courtroom are in stark contrast to the frustrations of her personal life. Lexie, pampered and outspoken, is determined to hold on to her looks and youth as long as possible. She enjoys being married—over and over and over again. The self-deprecating and acerbic Vernadette, acutely aware of the dark cloud that hovers over her life, has decided to just give in and embrace the chaos. And sweet, eager-to-please Jeri Neal experiences a late entry into motherhood that takes them all by surprise. As their lives unfold and the years pass, these women increasingly rely on one another, through advice and raucous repartee, to get through the challenges (men, sex, marriage, parenting, divorce, aging) that life flings at them. And when fate throws a wrench into one of their lives in the second act, these friends, proving the enduring power of "teamwork," rally 'round their own with the strength and love that takes this comedy in a poignant and surprising direction. The Dixie Swim Club is the story of these five unforgettable women—a hilarious and touching comedy about friendships that last forever.
  DIXIE SWIM CLUB, THE a Comedy by Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope & Jamie Wooten  
  2017/2018        
  2018 Apr:  WHITBY COURTHOUSE THEATRE [Whitby Courthouse Theatre]  
  2018 Jun:  THE BLACKHORSE VILLAGE PLAYERS [Blackhorse Theatre, Caledon]  

DON'T DRESS FOR DINNER
Bernard is planning a romantic weekend with his chic Parisian mistress in his charming converted French farmhouse, whilst his wife, Jacqueline, is away. He has arranged for a cordon bleu cook to prepare gourmet delights, and has invited his best friend, Robert, along too to provide the alibi. It's foolproof; what could possibly go wrong? Well.... suppose Robert turns up not realizing quite why he has been invited. Suppose Robert and Jacqueline are secret lovers, and consequently determined that Jacqueline will NOT leave for the weekend. Suppose the cook has to pretend to be the mistress and the mistress is unable to cook. Suppose everyone's alibi gets confused with everyone else's. An evening of hilarious confusion ensues as Bernard and Robert improvise at breakneck speed.
  DON'T DRESS FOR DINNER a Comedy by Marc Camoletti & Robin Hawdon 
  2015/2016        
  2015 Oct:  SCARBOROUGH THEATRE GUILD [Scarborough Village Theatre]  
  2016/2017        
  2016 Oct:  THEATRE AURORA [Theatre Aurora]  
      Nom  | Best Stage Manager - Comedy | Lori Moritz  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role - Comedy | Jamie Sherman as "Robert"  

DON'T MISUNDERSTAND ME
This light and frothy comedy  concerns a middle-aged family man, Charles, who has had a brief affair in New York with an American girl. Back in England now, he believes he covered his tracks by not giving her his English address or phone number. But she manages to track him down and appears one evening on his doorstep! Keeping her true identity from his wife, Margery, throws Charles and his brother, who aids in the deception, into a series of hilarious complications which are compounded by the arrival of the brother’s wife. And to confuse matters even further, it soon becomes clear that Margery herself is keeping a romantic secret.
  DON'T MISUNDERSTAND ME a Comedy by Patrick Cargill 
  2015/2016        
  2016 Apr:  GEORGETOWN LITTLE THEATRE [John Elliott Theatre, Georgetown]  

DONE TO DEATH
Once famous mystery writers involve the audience as they apply their individual methods to solving various murders. They include a couple who write sophisticated murders, a young author of the James Bond school, a retired writer of the hard hitting method and an aging queen of the logical murder.
  DONE TO DEATH a Comedy by Fred Carmichael  
  2017/2018        
  2018 Apr:  ONSTAGE UXBRIDGE [Uxbridge Music Hall]  

DOUBLE DOOR
  DOUBLE DOOR a Drama by Elizabeth McFadden 
  2010/2011        
  2011 Mar:  SCARBOROUGH THEATRE GUILD [Scarborough Village Theatre]  
      THEA | Best Director | Mark Nathanielsz  
      THEA | Best Sound Design | Mike Woodbridge  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #4 - Drama: Ensemble | The Entire Cast  
      Nom  | Best Production | Lee Trian & Gloria Workman, Co-Producers  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Ruth Smith as "Victoria"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | Scott Simpson as "Dr. John Sully"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | Mike Davidson as "Mr. Neff"  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design | Mark Nathanielsz  
      Nom  | Best Set Design | Mark Nathanielsz & Michaela Rollingson  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #2 - Drama: Stand-Outs | Kevin Donaldson as "William"  

DOUBT, A PARABLE
In this brilliant and powerful drama, Sister Aloysius, a Bronx school principal, takes matters into her own hands when she suspects the young Father Flynn of improper relations with one of the male students.
  DOUBT, A PARABLE a Drama by John Patrick Shanley 
  2011/2012        
  2011 Nov:  DURHAM SHOESTRING PERFORMERS [Arts Resource Centre, Oshawa]  
  2012 Mar:  THE BLOOR WEST VILLAGE PLAYERS [Village Playhouse, Toronto]  
  2012/2013        
  2012 Nov:  GEORGETOWN LITTLE THEATRE [Acton Heritage Town Hall]  
      Nom  | Best Director | David Cairns  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design | Pam Niesiobedzki-Curtis  
  2015/2016        
  2015 Oct:  BORELIANS COMMUNITY THEATRE [Town Hall 1873, Port Perry]  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Michael Serres as "Father Brendan Flynn"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Annette Stokes as "Sister Aloysius Beauvier"  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design | Denise Randall  
  2016/2017        
  2016 Nov:  MARKHAM LITTLE THEATRE [Flato Markham Theatre for the Performing Arts]  
      THEA | Best Stage Manager - Drama | Sarah McDonald  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role - Drama | John Sellens as "Father Flynn"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role - Drama | Mallorie Davies as "Sister James"  
      Nom  | Best Set Design - Drama | Rene Vriends  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design - Drama | Terry Browne  

DOWN DANGEROUS PASSES ROAD
Fifteen years to the day after the death of their father, three brothers get together and drive out to the place where it happened: an old fishing spot on the river down Dangerous Passes Road. They have never really spoken with each other because they all have their own secrets to hide, and because they share ambivalence about the death of their father. In voices that interweave, the brothers reveal themselves as trapped by their father’s inability to let his boys grow up, and their own inability to accept him as an adult.
  DOWN DANGEROUS PASSES ROAD a Drama by Michel Marc Bouchard 
  2014/2015        
  2015 Mar:  THEATRE AURORA [Theatre Aurora]  
      THEA | Best Lighting Design | Joey Ferguson  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #4 - Drama: Ensemble Performance/Actors | The Ensemble  
      THEA | Best Director | Jason Silzer  
      Nom  | Best Stage Manager | Julie Foster  
      Nom  | Best Set Design | Michael Scott  
      Nom  | Best Production | Nick Butler & Barb Jones, Producers  

DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE
A new and shocking version of Robert Louis Stevenson's classic tale of depravity, lust, love and horror. On the fog-bound streets of Victorian-era London, Henry Jekyll's experiments with exotic "powders and tinctures" have brought forth his other self - Edward Hyde, a sensualist and villain free to commit the sins Jekyll is too civilized to comprehend. When Hyde meets a woman who stirs his interest, Jekyll fears for her life and decides to end his experiments. But Hyde has other ideas, and so the two sides battle each other in a deadly game of cat-and-mouse to determine who shall be the master and who his slave. An intriguing and contemporary adaptation, this play explores the different facets of Hyde's manifestations by using four different actors in the role.
  DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE a Drama by Jeffrey Hatcher (from Robert Louis Stevenson) 
  2012/2013        
  2012 Nov:  AMICUS PRODUCTIONS [Papermill Theatre at Todmorden Mills, Toronto]  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award - "Ensemble" | The Entire Company  
      THEA | Best Lighting Design | Mary Jane Boon  
      Nom  | Best Production | Susan McQueen, Producer  
      Nom  | Best Stage Manager | Karen Farnocchi & Team  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design | David Glover & Harvey Levkoe  

DRACULA
Lucy Seward, whose father is the doctor in charge of an English sanatorium, has been attacked by some mysterious illness. Dr. Van Helsing believes that the girl is victim of a vampire - a sort of ghost that goes about at night sucking blood from its victims. The vampire is found to be a certain Count Dracula. This is the original play written in 1927 that started it all!
  DRACULA a Drama by Hamilton Deane & John L. Balderston (from Bram Stoker) 
  2013/2014        
  2014 Mar:  SOUTH SIMCOE THEATRE [Old Town Hall, Cookstown]  

DRAMA AT INISH
The play is set in Inish, a small Irish seaside resort town, in the early 1930s. The dull routine of the town is plunged into chaos by the arrival of a repertory company led by the De la Meres, a husband and wife team of actor-managers, who have been contracted to take over the local theatre for a season. They plan to put on plays by Chekhov, Ibsen and Strindberg to improve the minds of the townspeople. Surprisingly, the plays prove to be a success, and the theatre is constantly sold out. This appears to validate the De La Meres in their view that given the opportunity to see great art ordinary people will respond. This burst of success comes after many years of struggle for the company who have been travelling from one small town to another, and revives their hopes of one day performing in Dublin or London. Their affected manners and programme of intellectual plays, however, gradually irritate their hosts in the hotel where they are staying. Around the town, meanwhile, acts of criminality and passion break out in the previously sleepy area all of which are in some way connected with the theatre. The spate of strange behaviour even draws the attention of journalists from Dublin who are after the secret of the disturbances without realising the theatre is the cause of them. The series of strange occurrences climaxes in the local TD voting against the government, and triggering its collapse, after being inspired by An Enemy of the People. This proves the last straw and the actors are asked to leave by the hotel owners. The play ends with a circus being engaged to replace the actors for the remainder of the season.
  DRAMA AT INISH a Comedy by Lennox Robinson 
  2013/2014        
  2013 Oct:  BORELIANS COMMUNITY THEATRE [Town Hall 1873, Port Perry]  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #1 - Comedy: "THE HEAVENS ARE REALLY ANGRY WITH YOU" SPECIAL EFFECTS | Brian Mailey and The Technical Staff  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Mary Delaney as "Lizzy"  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design | Janet Huehn  

THE DRAWER BOY
"The Drawer Boy" replays the adventures of a young actor from a Toronto theatre group who visits the rural Ontario home of two elderly bachelor farmers to "research" farm life for a new play. In doing so, he demonstrates the way in which a collective creation appropriated the lives of its subjects and changed their own interpretation of it. The two farmers, Morgan and Angus, have achieved a precarious balance in their lives together. Morgan, a tough-minded, stubborn man, cares for Angus, who has had brain damage and lost his memory during the bombing of London in the Second World War. Angus is initially identified as "the drawer boy" because he used to design buildings, and has the talents of an architect. Miles calms and reassures Angus by retelling their story - of the two tall women whom they loved, and who came to live with them in Canada. The young actor, Miles, learns, however, that this story is a fiction, and that the truth is much sadder. It would, in fact, destroy their friendship. In the process of telling their story as play, however, he reawakens Angus's memory. Art becomes life. Miles is in effect the "drawer boy," delineating and creating an alternative reality. As he tells Morgan, "We're here to get your history and give it back to you." The Drawer Boy is fundamentally about the power of storytelling in creating and interpreting reality, and how it can transform lives. There is much more in the play than a history of Canadian drama.
  DRAWER BOY, THE a Drama by Michael Healey  
  2011/2012        
  2011 Sep:  THEATRE AURORA [Theatre Aurora]  
  2012/2013        
  2013 Mar:  THE BLOOR WEST VILLAGE PLAYERS [Village Playhouse, Toronto]  
  2014/2015        
  2014 Oct:  BORELIANS COMMUNITY THEATRE [Town Hall 1873, Port Perry]  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | David Geene as "Morgan"  
      THEA | Best Production | Ruth Smith, Producer  
      Nom  | Best Director | Helen Coughlin  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | John Lunman as "Angus"  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design | Joanne Norman  
  2016/2017        
  2017 Jan:  SCARBOROUGH PLAYERS [Scarborough Village Theatre]  
      THEA | Best Canadian Production - Drama | Katherine Turner, Producer  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #2 - Drama: Acting Duo - Chemistry in Onstage Relationships | Greg Nowlan as "Angus" & Chip Thompson as "Morgan"  
      Nom  | Best Production - Drama | Katherine Turner & Carolyn Williamson, Producers  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role - Drama | Will Moynihan as "Miles"  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design - Drama | David Buffham  
      Nom  | Best Set Design - Drama | Anthony Jones  

DRINKING ALONE
When his father, Ivan, visits, after a fifteen year estrangement, Joe Todd hires a paid escort to pose as his fiancée so that he won’t appear to be a total social failure. Renee, the escort is a needy single mother with lots of imagination. Joe’s supposedly successful television newsreader sister, Carrie, is facing a growing alcohol problem. And Ivan and his wife have an ulterior motive for arranging the sudden family reunion. The dysfunctional relationships of the family provide hilarious comedy as resentments harboured for years are finally brought to the surface with surprising results.
  DRINKING ALONE a Comedy by Norm Foster 
  2009/2010        
  2010 May:  MILTON PLAYERS THEATRE GROUP [ tbd, ]  
  2012/2013        
  2013 Apr:  TIPLING STAGE COMPANY [Grace Tipling Concert Hall, Shelburne]  
  2017/2018        
  2018 Jan:  SCARBOROUGH THEATRE GUILD [Scarborough Village Theatre]  

DRINKING HABITS
Accusations, mistaken identities, and romances run wild in this traditional, laugh-out-loud farce. Two nuns at the Sisters of Perpetual Sewing have been secretly making wine to keep the convent's doors open, but Paul and Sally, reporters and former fiancees, are hot on their trail. They go undercover as a nun and priest, but their presence, combined with the addition of a new nun, spurs paranoia throughout the convent that spies have been sent from Rome to shut them down. Wine and secrets are inevitably spilled as everyone tries to preserve the convent and reconnect with lost loves.
  DRINKING HABITS a Farce by Tom Smith 
  2016/2017        
  2016 Nov:  CALEDON TOWNHALL PLAYERS [Caledon Townhall Players Theatre]  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #1 - Comedy: First Timers In Their Field | Dale Pringle, Stage Manager  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #3 - Comedy: Magic As It Happens Only In Theatre | Steve Redford & The Seamstresses  
  2017 Apr:  PEEL PANTO PLAYERS [Cyril Clark Library Theatre, Brampton]  

DRINKING HABITS 2: CAUGHT IN THE ACT
The Sisters of Perpetual Sewing miss the excitement of the old days when they were saving convents and reuniting long-lost families. So when they learn that the orphanage where Paul and Kate grew up is in peril, they cant wait to come to the rescue. Everyone pitches in to mount a play to raise money, but its no easy feat when Kates expecting any day, Sallys hiding from stage-fright-stricken Paul after another flight from the altar, Mother Superiors acting is unexpectedly narcoleptic, and the sisters award-winning wine keeps getting switched with the grape juice.
  DRINKING HABITS 2: CAUGHT IN THE ACT a Farce by Tom Smith  
  2017/2018        
  2017 Nov:  CALEDON TOWNHALL PLAYERS [Caledon Townhall Players Theatre]  

DROP DEAD
  DROP DEAD a Comedy by Billy Van Zandt & Jane Milmore  
  2011/2012        
  2012 May:  NEWMARKET STAGE COMPANY [Newmarket Theatre]  

THE DROWNING GIRLS
Bessie, Alice and Margaret have two things in common: they are married to George Joseph Smith, and they are dead. Surfacing from the bathtubs they were drowned in, the three breathless brides gather evidence against their womanizing, murderous husband by reliving the shocking events leading up to their deaths.  Reflecting on the misconceptions of love, married life, and the not-so-happily ever after, The Drowning Girls is both a breathtaking fantasia and a social critique, full of rich images, a myriad of characters, and lyrical language.
  DROWNING GIRLS, THE a Drama by Beth Graham 
  2015/2016        
  2016 Jan:  THE CURTAIN CLUB [Curtain Club Theatre, Richmond Hill]  
      THEA*| Best Production | Steve Hetherington, Producer  
      THEA | Best Director | Joan Burrows  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #1 - Drama: Outstanding Acting Ensemble | Cast  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #3 - Drama: Production Design | Steven Hetherington & Joan Burrows  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design | Mark Hayward  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design | Amanda Eason & Alice Torrance  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #4 - Drama: Cohesive and Comprehensive Realization of the Director's Vision | The Company  

THE DROWSY CHAPERONE
It started as a spoof of old musicals written by friends for the wedding of Martin and his wife, Janet. "Chaperone" pays tribute to the Jazz-age shows of the 1920s and the power those shows held to transport us into a dazzling fantasy and to lift our spirits in times of sadness. A rare combination of unprecedented originality and outrageous comedy, "The Drowsy Chaperone" boldly addresses a great unspoken desire in all of our hearts: to be entertained. If you’ve ever sat in a dark theatre and thought, “Dear Lord in Heaven, please let it be good,” this is the show for you! It all begins when a die-hard musical theater fan plays his favorite cast album on his turntable, and the musical literally bursts to life in his living room, telling the rambunctious tale of a brazen Broadway starlet trying to find, and keep, her true love.
  DROWSY CHAPERONE, THE a Musical by Lisa Lambert, Greg Morrison, Bob Martin & Don McKellar 
  2010/2011        
  2011 Apr:  SOUTH SIMCOE THEATRE [Old Town Hall, Cookstown]  
  2012/2013        
  2013 Apr:  ETOBICOKE MUSICAL PRODUCTIONS [Burnhamthorpe Auditorium, Etobicoke]  
  2013/2014        
  2013 Nov:  SCUGOG CHORAL SOCIETY [Town Hall 1873, Port Perry]  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Graeme Powell as "Man In Chair"  
      THEA | Best Sound Design | Michael Serres  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #1 - Musical: "First Time Director" | Liz Auston  
  2014 Jan:  ORANGEVILLE MUSIC THEATRE [Orangeville Town Hall Opera House]  
      THEA | Best Costume Design | Lucinda Silva and Lorraine Fennell  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Martin Buote as "Man In Chair"  
      Nom  | Best Set Design | Gregory Dickison  

DUDE IN THE NUDE
Frank Wright, a conservative, right wing, radio talk show host, is flattered into running for office on a campaign against "all forms of immorality", including public nudity. However, it is Frank who becomes publicly embarrassed when he discovers that his political mentor secretly belongs to a nudist colony, and that Frank is expected to follow suit - Birthday Suit, that is!
  DUDE IN THE NUDE a Comedy by Michael Brown  
  2012/2013        
  2013 Mar:  MISSISSAUGA PLAYERS THEATRE GROUP [Maja Prentice Theatre, Mississauga]  

DYNAMITE DAMES
An original musical written by Liz Auston and Conrad Boyce, this diva-loaded revue-style musical had audiences clamouring for tickets when it premiered in 2004. Featuring Broadway’s most memorable leading ladies, these delicious Divas are ready to shed their often cumbersome character types as they vie for roles in a new show being produced by a local theatre. It's up to four flabbergasted men to wade through these dynamite dames and select the ultimate cast!
  DYNAMITE DAMES a Musical by Liz Auston & Conrad Boyce  

E
EDUCATING RITA
  EDUCATING RITA a Comedy by Willy Russell 

EGAD, THE WOMAN IN WHITE
  EGAD, THE WOMAN IN WHITE a Comedy by Tim Kelly 
  2010/2011        
  2010 Nov:  NAGS PLAYERS [Tranzac Stage, Toronto]  

EL MIKADO
El Mikado has declared that flirting is a hanging offence. The townsfolk of Titipu Gulch have found a loophole to avoid the drop - they make Loco, condemned to the scaffold for flirting, into the hangman. All is well until El Mikado notices that there have been no hangings in the territory and a mysterious Minstrel With No Name moseys into town...
  EL MIKADO a Musical by North Toronto Players (from G & S, The Mikado) 
  2014/2015        
  2015 Feb:  NORTH TORONTO PLAYERS [Jubilee United Church, Toronto]  

ELF THE MUSICAL JR
Buddy, a young orphan, mistakenly crawls into Santa's bag of gifts and is transported to the North Pole. The would-be elf is raised, unaware that he is actually a human, until his enormous size and poor toy-making abilities cause him to face the truth. With Santa's permission, Buddy embarks on a journey to New York City to find his birth father and discover his true identity. Faced with the harsh reality that his father is on the naughty list and that his half-brother doesn't even believe in Santa, Buddy is determined to win over his new family and help New York remember the true meaning of Christmas.
  ELF THE MUSICAL JR a Musical by Thomas Meehan, Bob Martin, Matthew Sklar & Chad Begulin (based on the movie Elf Jr) 
  2016/2017        
  2016 Dec:  BRAMPTON MUSIC THEATRE [Rose Theatre, Brampton]  

ELIZABETH REX
The plot involves a meeting between Queen Elizabeth I and an actor from Shakespeare's troupe who specializes in playing women's parts (since at that time women were not allowed to act in the theatre). The Queen had summoned them to perform "Much Ado About Nothing" for her to distract her from waiting for the execution for treason of a man she may have loved, the Earl of Essex. She struggles with her feelings, knowing that her whole life she has had to act like a man in order to govern, and has had to reject her passionate side in order to remain unmarried. At the same time, Ned Lowenscroft, a gay man, has had to act like a woman in order to succeed in his profession, and conceal his passionate side since, being gay, his love is forbidden. He is currently mourning a soldier whom he loved, but who also gave him syphilis. His syphilis gives him skin lesions and the play hints that they are analogous to Kaposi's sarcoma of the modern day. The Queen rejects the idea that she should mourn, while Ned very much wishes to mourn and have his sorrow acknowledged.
  ELIZABETH REX a Drama by Timothy Findley 
  2013/2014        
  2014 May:  EAST SIDE PLAYERS [Papermill Theatre at Todmorden Mills, Toronto]  

ELVIS'S TOENAIL
The year is 1961. A handsome young president is in the White House. Elvis has been discharged from the army. The country vibrates to the sound of rock music. An exciting new decade dawns. Meanwhile, in Ireland things are bleak, and youth look toward America with dreams of fashion, freedom, and fun. The church has a wooden heart toward sins involving sex and crying in the chapel is commonplace for unmarried girls who "get into trouble" and are driven to desperate measures. Yet, in a Dublin sewing factory, we find girls who laugh and lust away their blues with jokes, pop culture worship, and dreams of their idol, Elvis Presley. When a talented teenage seamstress appears in the factory desperate for a job, the local priest becomes suspicious. As her employer and other workers discover they have a pregnant runaway amongst them, who wants to keep her child, they are compelled to take sides. Will they risk everything to protect the girl's right to motherhood or will they be forced to surrender her to her fate?
  ELVIS'S TOENAIL a Drama by Fionnuala Kenny 
  2014/2015        
  2015 Feb:  TORONTO IRISH PLAYERS [Alumnae Theatre, Toronto]  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Barbara Taylor as "Mother Francis"  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #1 - Drama: Specific Ensemble Performances and their Directors | The Seamstresses /Cliona Kenny (Kasia Lee, Billie Jean Shannon, Kearton Johnson, Jean Ireton, Nicole Marie McCafferty)  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | David Dickie as "Christy"  
      Nom  | Best Production | Liam Doherty, Producer  

EMILY: THE MUSICAL
  EMILY: THE MUSICAL a Musical by Richard Ouzounian & Marek Norman (based on Emily of New Moon) 
  2014/2015        
  2014 Oct:  ONSTAGE UXBRIDGE [Uxbridge Music Hall]  

ENCHANTED APRIL
When two proper London housewives decide to rent a villa in Italy for a holiday away from their bleak marriages, they recruit two other, very different English women to share the cost and the experience. During their enchanted month in the Ligurian villa, the ladies fall under the spell of their idyllic, sun-drenched surroundings. There, amid the wisteria blossoms, they rediscover laughter, learn new truths about themselves and find just the romance they need, though perhaps not the romance we-or they-expect to find.
  ENCHANTED APRIL a Comedy by Matthew Barber 
  2010/2011        
  2011 Apr:  GEORGETOWN LITTLE THEATRE [Christ the King High School, Georgetown]  
  2013/2014        
  2014 Apr:  MARKHAM LITTLE THEATRE [Flato Markham Theatre for the Performing Arts]  
  2014/2015        
  2015 Apr:  SCARBOROUGH PLAYERS [Scarborough Village Theatre]  

ENTERTAINING ANGELS
As a clergy wife, Grace has spent a lifetime on her best behaviour. Now, following the death of her husband Bardolph, she is enjoying the new-found freedom to do and say exactly as she pleases, usually to the new - female - vicar, Sarah. The return of Grace's eccentric missionary sister Ruth prompts some disturbing revelations, which force her to confront Bardolph's ghost and the truth of their marriage. At the same time Sarah reveals some un-clergy-like credentials of her own to Grace's therapist daughter Jo. Entertaining Angels asks whether God can be trusted to do anything right at all, "Or is the whole thing a divine exercise in trial and error?"
  ENTERTAINING ANGELS a Dramatic Comedy by Richard Everett  
  2017/2018        
  2018 Jan:  BURL-OAK THEATRE GROUP [Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts]  

ERIN THEATRE COMEDY
  ERIN THEATRE COMEDY a Comedy by Kathryn Delory 

ETHAN CLAYMORE
The play takes place the week before Christmas, as struggling egg farmer/artist, Ethan Claymore meets a woman who could turn his life around, and receives a visit from his estranged, and recently-deceased, older brother.
  ETHAN CLAYMORE a Comedy by Norm Foster 
  2010/2011        
  2010 Dec:  SCARBOROUGH THEATRE GUILD [Scarborough Village Theatre]  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Cary West as "Ethan Claymore"  

EVELYN STRANGE
A beautiful amnesiac wanders into the world of publishing and high society 1950s New York and, as she seeks her identity, unravels a tangled web of deceit, betrayal, and murder.
  EVELYN STRANGE a Mystery by Stewart Lemoine  
  2017/2018        
  2017 Nov:  THE BLOOR WEST VILLAGE PLAYERS [Village Playhouse, Toronto]  

EVERY CHRISTMAS STORY EVER TOLD (AND THEN SOME!)
Instead of performing Charles Dickens' beloved holiday classic for the umpteenth time, three actors decide to perform every Christmas story ever told -- plus Christmas traditions from around the world, seasonal icons from ancient times to topical pop-culture, and every carol ever sung. A madcap romp through the holiday season!
  EVERY CHRISTMAS STORY EVER TOLD (AND THEN SOME!) a Comedy by Michael Carleton, James FitzGerald & John K. Alvarez (Original music by Will Knapp) 
  2011/2012        
  2011 Dec:  SCARBOROUGH PLAYERS [Scarborough Village Theatre]  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design | Elaine O'Neal  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #4 - Comedy: Character Performance | Amanda Smith  
  2013/2014        
  2013 Nov:  WHITBY COURTHOUSE THEATRE [Whitby Courthouse Theatre]  
      Nom  | Best Stage Manager | Stephanie Lehman  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Christopher Furlong as "Michael"  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design | Amanda May, Donna Moriarty, and Irene Poole  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design | Greg Poulin  

EVITA
Evita is the tale of Eva Peron, who, though never an elected official, became a powerful political figure in Argentina following her marriage President Juan Peron, until her death from cancer, aged 33, in 1952. The musical brings to life the dynamic, larger-than-life persona of Eva Peron. Beginning with a young and ambitious Eva, the production follows her meteoric rise to sainthood. The story tells of the enormous wealth and power she gained and the means by which she became the beloved Evita.
  EVITA a Musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber & Tim Rice  
  2014/2015        
  2015 Apr:  BRAMPTON MUSIC THEATRE [Rose Theatre, Brampton]  
  2017/2018        
  2017 Nov:  SCARBOROUGH MUSIC THEATRE [Scarborough Village Theatre]  

EXPECTING THE WORST
Steve, 35, a bachelor, is bereft. His girlfriend, Sue has gone off with a shoe salesman. His friend, Max, an unemployed irresponsible labourer, has been thrown out by his girlfriend, Jackie. She will have him back when he pulls his life together and gets a job. Steve has reluctantly allowed Max to move into his apartment for a week. Enter Edith, Steve's snobbish, overbearing mother who's visiting from England! To keep his mother off his back, about going back to England to live with her, Steve had told her that he was married to Sue. Now Steve has to come up with a plan. He asks his neighbor Jan, to pretend to be Sue while the mother is visiting which she agrees to. Unfortunately mother arrives and catches Max dressed as Sue, which he was doing to play a joke on Steve and she assumes he is her new daughter in-law. The biggest problem was that while Max was playing this joke he also pretended to be pregnant. The farcical events proceed from thereon with mistaken identities, hilarious dialogue and several other characters who add to the chaos that ensues. This fast paced comedy leaves the audience gasping for breath, as the characters dig themselves deeper and deeper into the deception. Can things get any worst? Well sometimes if you expect the worst you may be pleasantly surprised.
  EXPECTING THE WORST a Comedy by Robert Ainsworth 
  2016/2017        
  2017 Feb:  GEORGETOWN LITTLE THEATRE [John Elliott Theatre, Georgetown]  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #2 - Comedy: Honourable Mentions | Bruno Seiler as "Max"  

THE EXPLORATORS CLUB
When Tom Caldwell, the President of the Explorators Club, dies peacefully in his sleep, a crisis arises. Unless he dies ‘accidentally’ the insurance benefits won’t pay out and his beloved Arctic Institute will be destitute. The remaining club members attempt to remedy the situation with hilarious and unintended consequences.
  EXPLORATORS CLUB, THE a Comedy by Werner F. Schmidt 
  2016/2017        
  2017 Apr:  AJAX COMMUNITY THEATRE [St. Francis Centre, Ajax]  

F
THE FANTISTIC MR. FOX
  FANTISTIC MR. FOX, THE a Comedy by David Wood (from Ronald Dahl) 
  2010/2011        
  2011 Mar:  PEEL PANTO PLAYERS [Lester B. Pearson Theatre, Brampton]  

THE FANTISTICKS
The Fantasticks is a funny and romantic musical about a boy, a girl, and their two fathers who try to keep them apart. The narrator, El Gallo, asks the audience to use their imagination and follow him into a world of moonlight and magic. The boy and the girl fall in love, grow apart and finally find their way back to each other after realizing the truth in El Gallo's words that, "without a hurt, the heart is hollow."
  FANTISTICKS, THE a Musical by Harvey Schmidt & Tom Jones  
  2011/2012        
  2011 Nov:  HURONIA PLAYERS [Huronia Players Studio Theatre, Midland]  

THE FARNDALE AVENUE HOUSING ESTATE TOWNSWOMEN'S GUILD DRAMATIC SOCIETY MURDER MYSTERY
  FARNDALE AVENUE HOUSING ESTATE TOWNSWOMEN'S GUILD DRAMATIC SOCIETY MURDER MYSTERY, THE a Comedy by David McGillvray & Walter Zerlin Jr.  
  2010/2011        
  2011 Mar:  CENTURY THEATRE GUILD [Century Church Theatre, Hillsburgh]  

FATAL ATTRACTION
That stellar practitioner of Broadway comedy at its best has here turned his hand, quite successfully we believe, to another genre the mystery thriller. This gripping play takes place in the beach house of Blair Griffin, movie star. Blair is getting divorced, and her husband Morgan is coming to pick up his painting. Then a paparazzo named Tony Lombardi, who is obsessed with Blair, kills Morgan; only to be murdered, in turn, by Blair. Turns out, it is all a plot on the part of Blair and her lesbian lover to generate a resurgence of interest in Blair's career via all the publicity surrounding the murders. The plotters have not counted, though, on dealing with Lieutenant Gus Braden.
  FATAL ATTRACTION a Mystery by Bernard Slade  
  2017/2018        
  2018 Mar:  CENTURY THEATRE GUILD [Century Church Theatre, Hillsburgh]  

THE FEMALE OF THE SPECIES
Margot Mason is a feminist writer suffering from writer's block; she can not meet the deadlines for her next book. Molly Rivers, a deranged former student of Margot's, arrives unexpectedly at her country home with a gun and handcuffs Mason to her desk. Molly blames Margot for warping her mother's mind with her hit book The Cerebral Vagina. Following Margot's advice, Molly's mother gave Molly away as a baby so that she wouldn't be enslaved by motherhood and then killed herself. Molly has had herself sterilized to preserve her creativity, only to be told by Margot that she has no talent. Margot's daughter Tess arrives, exhausted from her house full of children. Margot has accused Tess of throwing her life away to embrace the role of housewife. Tess agrees that her mother should be shot. Tess's sensitive stockbroker husband, Bryan also arrives to debate the virtues of Margot's best-sellers, her inconsistent philosophy, and her inability to "mother". Even a macho taxi driver (Frank) and her flamboyantly gay publisher (Theo) comment on Margot's feminist failings.
  FEMALE OF THE SPECIES, THE a Comedy by Joanna Murray-Smith 
  2013/2014        
  2013 Oct:  EAST SIDE PLAYERS [Papermill Theatre at Todmorden Mills, Toronto]  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Amanda Smith as "Tess"  

FIDDLER ON THE ROOF
The venerable musical FIDDLER ON THE ROOF centres on Tevye, the father of five daughters, and his attempts to maintain his family and Jewish religious traditions while outside influences encroach upon their lives. He must cope with both the strong-willed actions of his three older daughters - each one's choice of husband moves further away from the customs of his faith - and with the edict of the Tsar that evicts the Jews from their village. Known for its classic Broadway hits "If I were a Rich Man" and "Sunrise, Sunset".
  FIDDLER ON THE ROOF a Musical by Joseph Stein, Jerry Bock & Sheldon Harnick (from Sholem Aleichem) 
  2012/2013        
  2012 Nov:  OSHAWA LITTLE THEATRE [Oshawa Little Theatre]  
      THEA | Best Production | Johnny Soln, Producer  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | David Cardinal as "Tevye"  
      Nom  | Best Director | Michael Schneider  
      Nom  | Best Stage Manager | Ellie Patte  
      Nom  | Best Set Design | Cathy Partridge  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design | Michael LeBlanc  
  2017/2018        
  2017 Nov:  SOUTH SIMCOE THEATRE [Old Town Hall, Cookstown]  
  2017 Nov:  GLOBE PRODUCTIONS [John Elliott Theatre, Georgetown]  

FILTHY RICH
  FILTHY RICH a Drama by George F. Walker 

FIREWORKS
  FIREWORKS a Drama by Gordon Portman 
  2011/2012        
  2012 Feb:  SOUTH SIMCOE THEATRE [Old Town Hall, Cookstown]  
      THEA | Best Sound Design | Amelia Larente  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #1 - Drama: "Best Performance by a Young Actor in a Leading Role" | Daniel Summerfield as "Jamie"  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design | Mark Hoffman  
      Nom  | Best Set Design | Christina Luck  

FIVE WOMEN WEARING THE SAME DRESS
During an ostentatious wedding reception at a Knoxville, Tennessee, estate, five reluctant, identically clad bridesmaids hide out in an upstairs bedroom, each with her own reason to avoid the proceedings below. They are Frances, a painfully sweet but sheltered fundamentalist; Mindy, the cheerful, wise-cracking lesbian sister of the groom; Georgeanne, whose heartbreak over her own failed marriage triggers outrageous behavior; Meredith, the bride’s younger sister whose precocious rebelliousness masks a dark secret; and Trisha, a jaded beauty whose die-hard cynicism about men is called into question when she meets Tripp, a charming bad-boy usher to whom there is more than meets the eye. As the afternoon wears on, these five very different women joyously discover a common bond in this wickedly funny, irreverent and touching celebration of the women’s spirit.
  FIVE WOMEN WEARING THE SAME DRESS a Comedy by Alan Ball 
  2012/2013        
  2012 Oct:  THEATRE ETOBICOKE [Assembly Hall, Etobicoke]  
  2016/2017        
  2017 Feb:  AJAX COMMUNITY THEATRE [St. Francis Centre, Ajax]  

FOLLIES
In FOLLIES the time is 1971, and theatrical impresario Dimitri Weissmann hosts a reunion of ex-Follies performers in his crumbling theatre, setting the stage for a parade of brilliant pastiche numbers, including "Losing My Mind," "I'm Still Here," and "Broadway Baby." Amid the reminiscing, two middle-aged couples confront some unpleasant truths about their past and present and come face to face with the future.
  FOLLIES a Musical by James Goldman & Stephen Sondheim  
  2012/2013        
  2013 Jan:  THEATRE UNLIMITED [Meadowvale Theatre, Mississauga]  

FOOTLOOSE
  FOOTLOOSE a Musical by Dean Pitchford, Walter Bobbie & Tom Snow  
  2011/2012        
  2011 Nov:  SOUTH SIMCOE THEATRE [Old Town Hall, Cookstown]  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Ann Johnston as "Vi Moore"  

FOR THIS MOMENT ALONE
Set in Toronto in 1948, a Jewish family, struggling to recover from the horrors of the war in Europe, finally has cause to rejoice; Ruth is about to be reunited with the only surviving member of her immediate family -- her brother Freddie.  But when she goes to Union Station to meet him she is faced with the most devastating shock of her young life: the brother she was expecting turns out to be a stranger; an imposter holding her brother's papers. Suddenly she and the family with whom she lives are forced into a situation that is almost impossible to resolve: if they abandon this displaced person they condemn him to more pain, more suffering and risk the possibility of his being deported.  For Joe, the patriarch of the family, there is no choice: to save one life is to save the world.  He takes this enigmatic "Freddie" into his home, and calls upon himself and the other members of the household to embark on finding some way of living with their suspicions, their anger and their guilt. At what point do you stop helping your fellow man?  Should there be a line between "blood" and "water"?  Where does responsibility end?  The play follows the paths of Ruthie, Joe and the rest of the family as they come to terms with what it means to accept, to forgive and to survive.
  FOR THIS MOMENT ALONE a Drama by Marcia Kash 
  2014/2015        
  2015 Feb:  MARIPOSA ARTS THEATRE FOUNDATION [Orillia Opera House - Studio Theatre]  

FORESTS
In the dark unknown forest of her family history spanning seven generations, Loup is compelled to uncover the relevance of her ancestry to living a happy life. Her search through entangled bloodlines and impossible love affairs clarifies some mysteries, but opens others. What does each of us have in our past that we could wave a flag about or would rather not deal with? Who does a promise benefit?
  FORESTS a Drama by Wajdi Mouawad (English translation by Linda Gaboriau) 
  2012/2013        
  2013 Mar:  DURHAM SHOESTRING PERFORMERS [Arts Resource Centre, Oshawa]  

THE FOX ON THE FAIRWAY
A tribute to the great English farces of the 1930s and 1940s, "The Fox On The Fairway" takes audiences on a hilarious romp which pulls the rug out from underneath the stuffy denizens of a private country club. Filled with mistaken identities, slamming doors, and over-the-top romantic shenanigans, it's a furiously paced comedy that recalls the Marx Brothers' classics. A charmingly madcap adventure about love, life, and man's eternal love affair with... golf.
  FOX ON THE FAIRWAY, THE a Farce by Ken Ludwig 
  2014/2015        
  2015 Feb:  SOUTH SIMCOE THEATRE [Old Town Hall, Cookstown]  
  2015 Apr:  BURL-OAK THEATRE GROUP [Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts]  
  2015 May:  CENTURY THEATRE GUILD [Century Church Theatre, Hillsburgh]  

FRAMEWORK FOR MURDER
Angela Lamontange is a world class artist about to unveil her newest masterpiece at the prestigious "Framework" Art Gallery . . . Angela Lamontange is also quite dead. Murdered . . . Most "artfully" of course! "Old School" Police Inspector William Barker arrives on the scene only to find a new, up and coming, [b]woman[/b] Detective Sergeant, already assigned to the case and wrapping up [i]his[/i] investigation! Things heat up, both on the investigation team, and within the "arts community" itself, where bickering and petty jealousies have lead to murder most foul. Throw in an amateur sleuth with a grudge against the Inspector, and a cheating husband as the prime suspect, and you have all the ingredients you need for an evening of laughter, intrigue, and mystery!
  FRAMEWORK FOR MURDER a Drama by Michael Brown  

FRANKENSTEIN
  FRANKENSTEIN a Drama by Alden Nowlan & Walter Learning (from Mary Shelley) 
  2012/2013        
  2012 Nov:  THE OAKVILLE PLAYERS [Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts]  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award - "Debuts" | Mary Rose, Director  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | Michael Brown as "Fritz"  

FRIENDS, WITH BENEFITS
When Ben and Lily met in university, it was 'friends at first sight.' Though some things have changed, she's now a career-minded magazine editor and he's a successful marketing coordinator, one thing remains the same: Everyone is reluctant to believe that Lily and Ben are "just friends". As Ben's parents plot to ensure he finds true love, Lily may have just discovered the man of her dreams. Will they be able to hold off meddling friends and family long enough to realize their true feelings? This hilarious comedy puts the bounds of friendship to the test.
  FRIENDS, WITH BENEFITS a Comedy by Kate Horzempa & L. E. Hines 

FROM THESE GREEN HEIGHTS
  FROM THESE GREEN HEIGHTS a Drama by Dermot Bloger 

FROZEN DREAMS
Sam, Harry and Rainman are living on the streets of a major city. It's Christmas and Rainman, a nineteen year old but with the mental age of seven, has been given a frozen turkey for Christmas by a group of good Samaritans. Because it is so important to Rainman to have a 'real Christmas' pondering what to do with this turkey becomes the focal point of the play. They are helped by Lilly, the proverbial, eccentric, bag lady who believes the turkey is a baby and a street nurse who has her own private reasons for working with the homeless. This poignant and sometimes hilarious production is a roller-coaster of emotions that causes the audiences to look through different eyes at the homeless folk that frequent all of our major cities.
  FROZEN DREAMS a Drama by Robert Ainsworth 
  2012/2013        
  2013 Feb:  GEORGETOWN LITTLE THEATRE [Acton Heritage Town Hall]  
      THEA | Best Lighting Design | Alex Kanarek  
      THEA | Best Set Design | Ken Smith & Pam Niesiobedzki-Curtis  
      THEA | Best Costume Design | Sharon Vandenberg  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award - "Risk - Individual" | Shayne Coffin as "Rainman"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Bart Penwarden as "Sam"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | Rob Pearce as "Harry"  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design | Alex Kanarek  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award - "Community Spirit" | The Company  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award - "Play Choice" | The Company  

THE FULL MONTY
A group of unemployed steel-working men frustrated with life, women, and work decide that regardless of looks, ability or anything else, they are going to be the best chippendale strippers Yorkshire has ever seen.  While spying on their wives at a 'Girls' Night Out,' a group of unemployed steelworkers from Buffalo see how much they enjoy watching male strippers. Jealous, out of work, and feeling emasculated, the men come up with a bold and unclothed way to make some quick cash. In preparing, they find themselves extremely exposed; not merely physically but emotionally. As they conquer their fears, self-consciousness, and prejudices, the men come to discover they're stronger as a group, and the strength they find in each other gives them the individual courage to "let it go."
  FULL MONTY, THE a Musical by Terrence McNally & David Yazbek (based on the movie by Simon Beaufoy) 
  2010/2011        
  2011 Feb:  SCARBOROUGH MUSIC THEATRE [Scarborough Village Theatre]  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | Mike Scott as "Buddy 'Keno' Walsh"  
      Nom  | Best Set Design | Wil Kung  
  2011/2012        
  2012 May:  KEMPENFELT COMMUNITY PLAYERS [Mady Centre for the Performing Arts , Barrie]  
  2014/2015        
  2015 Feb:  WHITBY COURTHOUSE THEATRE [Whitby Courthouse Theatre]  
      Nom  | Best Stage Manager | Tristan Smith  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | Mark Rittenger as "Dave"  
  2015 Mar:  CITY CENTRE MUSICAL PRODUCTIONS [Meadowvale Theatre, Mississauga]  
      Nom  | Best Stage Manager | Glenn Pringle  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Russ Underdown as "Jerry Lukowski"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | Martin Buote as "Malcolm"  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #3 - Musical: Outstanding Youth Performer | Dylan Nelson as "Nathan Lokowski"  

FUNNY MONEY
  FUNNY MONEY a Comedy by Ray Cooney 
  2012/2013        
  2013 Jul:  SCARBOROUGH PLAYERS [Scarborough Village Theatre]  
  2017/2018        
  2018 Mar:  THEATRE ETOBICOKE [Assembly Hall, Etobicoke]  

G
GAME SHOW
Set during a live broadcast of a fictional, long-running TV game show, GAME SHOW places the theater audience in the role of the TV studio audience, in which members are picked as the contestants to play the trivia-based game and win actual prizes. In addition to watching and playing during the broadcast - where anything can and does happen - the audience also witnesses all the backstage, back-stabbing antics "behind the scenes" that go on during the commercial breaks of GAME SHOW.
  GAME SHOW a Comedy by Jeffrey Finn & Bob Watson  
  2014/2015        
  2015 Mar:  THE OAKVILLE PLAYERS [Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts]  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | Mike Ranieri as "Steve Fox"  

THE GAME'S AFOOT
It is December 1936 and Broadway star William Gillette, admired the world over for his leading role in the play Sherlock Holmes, has invited his fellow cast-members to his Connecticut castle for a weekend of revelry. But when one of the guests is stabbed to death, the festivities in this isolated house of tricks and mirrors quickly turn dangerous. Then it's up to Gillette himself, as he assumes the persona of his beloved Holmes, to track down the killer before the next victim appears. The danger and hilarity are non-stop in this glittering whodunit set during the Christmas holidays.
  GAME'S AFOOT, THE a Farce by Ken Ludwig  
  2013/2014        
  2013 Oct:  THE BLACKHORSE VILLAGE PLAYERS [Blackhorse Theatre, Caledon]  
  2013 Nov:  NAGS PLAYERS [Tranzac Stage, Toronto]  
  2014/2015        
  2014 Nov:  WHITBY COURTHOUSE THEATRE [Whitby Courthouse Theatre]  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Carol Laing as "Daria Chase"  
  2016/2017        
  2017 May:  CENTURY THEATRE GUILD [Century Church Theatre, Hillsburgh]  
  2017/2018        
  2017 Nov:  AJAX COMMUNITY THEATRE [St. Francis Centre, Ajax]  
  2017 Nov:  THEATRE AURORA [Theatre Aurora]  

THE GARAGE SALE
In order to shake his family out of their apparent complacency, Phil holds a zany weekend garage sale that ultimately brings the family together. A great, feel-good show.
  GARAGE SALE, THE a Comedy by David King 

GASLIGHT
The classic Victorian mystery-thriller by Patrick Hamilton, first produced in London as Gaslight, and then on Broadway as Angel Street (due to copyright complications) A smash hit play and movie. The play tells the story of the Manninghams who live on Angel Street in the 19th century. All appears peaceful at first, but it is soon apparent that Manningham, a suavely sinister man, is slowly torturing his gentle, lovely wife into insanity under the guise of kindness. Since her mother died of insanity, she is more than half convinced that she, too, is going out of her mind. Then Mrs. Manningham has an unexpected caller, amiable, paternal sergeant Rough from Scotland Yard, who is convinced that Manningham is a maniacal criminal wanted for a murder committed 15 years ago in that very house. Gradually the two build up evidence against Manningham, but not before the author has built up and sustained some of the most brilliant suspense in the modern theatre. The secret of the dimming gaslight has enough thrills to enthrall the actors, as well as the audience.
  GASLIGHT a Drama by Patrick Hamilton 
  2012/2013        
  2013 Feb:  MARKHAM LITTLE THEATRE [Flato Markham Theatre for the Performing Arts]  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Julia Guthrie as "Bella Manningham"  
      THEA | Best Costume Design | Ivete Matricardi Phillips  
      Nom  | Best Production | Angela Stewart, Producer  
      Nom  | Best Director | Michele Browne  
      Nom  | Best Set Design | Wil Pialagitis  
  2013 May:  CENTURY THEATRE GUILD [Century Church Theatre, Hillsburgh]  

GENEROUS
A bold idea – even altruism laced with egoism makes people better. A minority government faces non-confidence. A ruthless oil exec challenges a reporter. A young law clerk tries to bully a judge into a needed relationship and a fight over fried chicken shows someone cares. Weaving four strangely moving stories about generous deeds, this barbed comedy questions the selfless act. Winner: Dora Mavor Moore Award for Best New Play 2007.
  GENEROUS a Comedy by Michael Healey 
  2013/2014        
  2014 Jan:  DURHAM SHOESTRING PERFORMERS [Arts Resource Centre, Oshawa]  

GHOST ISLAND LIGHT
And while this circa 1910 lighthouse is stuck on a barren rock island with cramped quarters for an older inexperienced keeper, his beautiful young wife and his charming assistant, you will vividly experience thrills and flashbacks to an age gone by. The eerie sounds of broken organ pipes, thrashing waves upon this thin wooden structure, the haunting beauty of riverboats carrying debutants along a foggy but rocky coast, will instill terror in your heart with the fear that the ever present stream of light will go out. Oh please let us hear those loud resonating sounds of the equipment necessary to ensure the light stays on. It must stay on. There are evil spirits lurking in the shadows, definitely haunting this light....and the seagulls scream outside. Do you dare venture forth to experience these thrill at the Ghost Island Light?
  GHOST ISLAND LIGHT a Thriller by Peter Colley  
  2017/2018        
  2017 Oct:  THE BLACKHORSE VILLAGE PLAYERS [Blackhorse Theatre, Caledon]  

GIBSON & SONS
Helping his father save their struggling small-town funeral home has gotten in the way of Harry Gibson's' love life. Desperate to settle down, he turns to an unconventional method of meeting a woman: an online Russian bride service. When his bride Katya arrives, with her acerbic sister Eva in tow, the Gibson family is thrown into a tailspin. Harry needs to convince his traditional father that he knows what he's doing, convince his friends and family that he hasn't lost his mind, oh...and explain to his bride-to-be that their marital home will be shared with the dearly departed. Gibson & Sons is a hilarious, touching comedy about family, love and making all kinds of relationships work...Even the unexpected kind.
  GIBSON & SONS a Comedy by Kristen Da Silva 
  2016/2017        
  2016 Nov:  THE OAKVILLE PLAYERS [Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts]  
  2017 May:  MILTON PLAYERS THEATRE GROUP [Milton Centre For The Arts]  

THE GINGERBREAD LADY
"The Gingerbread Lady" is a dark drama with comic overtones centering on Evy Meara, a cabaret singer whose career, marriage, and health all have been destroyed by alcohol. We meet her at the end of a ten week drying out period at a sanitarium when her friend, her daughter, and an actor try to help her adjust to sobriety. The friend is so constantly vain that she loses her husband; the actor, a homosexual, is also doomed, and indeed loses his part three days before an opening; and the daughter needs more affection than she can spare her mother. Evy's efforts at hosting a party crumble when she falls off the wagon and careens toward a tragic end.
  GINGERBREAD LADY, THE a Comedy by Neil Simon 

GIRL IN THE GOLDFISH BOWL
As Morris Panych's latest comedy opens, we hear Iris, a precious girl of ten, saying: "these are the last few days of my childhood." The death of her goldfish, she is sure, has been announced by the air-raid sirens during the day's school drill. For Iris there remain a few more days of life in a universe that is inherently ordered, where the spirit of her dearly departed goldfish can, of course, be re-incarnated in a lost and amnesiac drifter given to rhetorical questions of seemingly deep philosophical import.
  GIRL IN THE GOLDFISH BOWL a Comedy by Morris Panych  
  2017/2018        
  2018 Mar:  DURHAM SHOESTRING PERFORMERS [Arts Resource Centre, Oshawa]  

THE GLASS MENAGERIE
This story is told by the narrator Tom who is a hard working factory worker in the 1940s. His sister, Laura, has a physical disability, and his mother, Amanda, is determined to see her daughter get married and be properly wooed by a gentleman caller. Amanda wants to relive her glory days as the Southern Belle through her daughter Laura, but is completely oblivious to her own shortcomings which continue to alienate her son, her daughter, and even herself.
  GLASS MENAGERIE, THE a Drama by Tennessee Williams 
  2012/2013        
  2012 Nov:  MISSISSAUGA PLAYERS THEATRE GROUP [Maja Prentice Theatre, Mississauga]  
  2013/2014        
  2013 Nov:  MARIPOSA ARTS THEATRE FOUNDATION [Orillia Opera House - Studio Theatre]  
  2016/2017        
  2017 Jun:  SCARBOROUGH THEATRE GUILD [Scarborough Village Theatre]  

GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS
The play shows parts of two days in the lives of four desperate Chicago real estate agents who are prepared to engage in any number of unethical, illegal acts (lies, bribery, threats, intimidation, burglary) to sell undesirable real estate to unwitting prospective buyers. It is based on Mamet's experience having previously worked in a similar office.
  GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS a Drama by David Mamet 
  2016/2017        
  2017 Apr:  AMICUS PRODUCTIONS [Papermill Theatre at Todmorden Mills, Toronto]  

GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS - ALL FEMALE CAST
The play shows parts of two days in the lives of four desperate Chicago real estate agents who are prepared to engage in any number of unethical, illegal acts (lies, bribery, threats, intimidation, burglary) to sell undesirable real estate to unwitting prospective buyers. It is based on Mamet's experience having previously worked in a similar office.
  GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS - ALL FEMALE CAST a Drama by David Mamet 
  2014/2015        
  2015 Jan:  MISSISSAUGA PLAYERS THEATRE GROUP [Maja Prentice Theatre, Mississauga]  

GLOBE PRODUCTIONS: CABARET 2011
  GLOBE PRODUCTIONS: CABARET 2011 a Musical Revue by Globe Productions  
  2010/2011        
  2011 Feb:  GLOBE PRODUCTIONS [St. Paul's Parish Church, Norval]  

GLORIA'S GUY
Old High School friends, now turning 40, reunite for a wedding only to find old wounds are opened and secrets revealed discovering they really can't go back again - only forward. A funny and warm romantic comedy about the dynamics of messy friends, family and former sweethearts.
  GLORIA'S GUY a Comedy by Joan Burrows  
  2016/2017        
  2016 Oct:  THE BLACKHORSE VILLAGE PLAYERS [Blackhorse Theatre, Caledon]  

THE GLORIOUS 12TH
  GLORIOUS 12TH, THE a Drama by Raymond Storey 
  2012/2013        
  2012 Oct:  THEATRE AURORA [Theatre Aurora]  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award - "Juvenile Performance" | Cole Davidson as "Colm Ryan"  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award - "Debuts" | Francine Hudspith as "Meggie MacKay"  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award - "Overall Visual Impact" | Shelley Mathieson & Steve Wolfer (Set Design), Holly Williamson (Scenic Artist), Joey Ferguson (Lighting Design), Michael Martin (Program/Poster Design)  

GOD OF CARNAGE
God of Carnage relates an evening in the lives of two couples, residents of a tony Brooklyn neighborhood, who meet to discuss a playground incident. Alan and Annette’s son hit Michael and Veronica’s son in the face with a stick, resulting in two broken teeth. The four of them agree to discuss the incident civilly, but, as the night wears on and drinks are imbibed, the polite veneer breaks down. The couples initially spar against each other, but the men gang up on the women and the spouses switch sides as the fighting continues. Reza’s play suggests that our civilized trappings do a poor job of hiding our venality and bile.
  GOD OF CARNAGE a Comedy by Yasmina Reza & Christopher Hampton (translated by Christopher Hampton) 
  2017/2018        
  2018 May:  EAST SIDE PLAYERS [Papermill Theatre at Todmorden Mills, Toronto]  

GOING POSTAL
Moist von Lipwig is a con artist of the highest degree: polite, charming, and skillful in his work. Nevertheless, as the story begins he is confined to a cell in Ankh Morpork and scheduled to die within half an hour after having stolen AM$150,000. He is saved when Lord Vetinari offers him a choice: he can walk out of the door (and fall to his death), or he can become Postmaster of the city's run down Post Office. Lipwig chooses the latter, hoping for a chance to escape. Unfortunately for him, Lipwig's first and last attempt at escape is thwarted by a golem named Mr Pump, who delivers Lipwig back to the office of the Patrician...
  GOING POSTAL a Comedy by Terry Pratchett & Stephen Briggs 
  2013/2014        
  2014 Feb:  GEORGETOWN LITTLE THEATRE [John Elliott Theatre, Georgetown]  
      THEA | Best Director | Pamela Niesiobedzki-Curtis  
      THEA | Best Stage Manager | Ro Palumbo-Coates  
      THEA | Best Set Design | Cat Heaven  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #4 - Comedy: "Play That One Again, Sam" Original Music | Carmen Braund  
      Nom  | Best Production | Gillian Taggart, Producer  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Steve Kirk as "Moist von Lipwig"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | Mike Tadic as "Lord Vetinari"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | Ian O'Brien as "Pump"  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design | Ken Smith and Michelle Emson  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design | Pamela Niesiobedzki-Curtis and Sharon Vandenburg  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design | Alex Kanarek and Gary McIlravey  

GOLDILOCKS AND THE BEARS
  GOLDILOCKS AND THE BEARS a Comedy by Dave B. Harris & Sue Plyte 
  2011/2012        
  2012 Feb:  NAGS PLAYERS [Tranzac Stage, Toronto]  

THE GONDOLIERS
  GONDOLIERS, THE a Musical by Gilbert & Sullivan 
  2010/2011        
  2010 Nov:  CLARKSON MUSIC THEATRE [Meadowvale Theatre, Mississauga]  
      THEA | Best Musical Director | Ruth McDonald  
      Nom  | Best Choregraphy | Julie Gallie  

THE GOOD DOCTOR
  GOOD DOCTOR, THE a Comedy by Neil Simon 

GOOD PEOPLE
In South Boston, where money is tight and entertainment means a few games of bingo, Margie Walsh has lost her job. Scrambling for a break, Margie thinks an old fling who's made it out of Southie as a doctor might be her ticket to a fresh start. But is success climbing over the class divide, or making the rent from the card you’ve been given? Margie is about to find out whether strength of character or a lucky break makes good people.
  GOOD PEOPLE a Comedy by David Lindsay-Abaire 
  2016/2017        
  2017 Jan:  DURHAM SHOESTRING PERFORMERS [Arts Resource Centre, Oshawa]  

THE GRADUATE
  GRADUATE, THE a Drama by Terry Johnson & from Charles Webb 
  2011/2012        
  2012 Jun:  SCARBOROUGH PLAYERS [Scarborough Village Theatre]  

THE GRAND HOTEL
Having performed with the Mississauga Players since 2012, The Grand Hotel is Mississauga Players' executive member Frank De Francesco's first foray behind the pen. It's New Year’s Eve and the Grand Hotel's oldest nightshift bellhop has retired, leaving an in-experienced newbie to handle the busiest night of the year. Filled with witty humor, wacky guests, and weird situations, The Grand Hotel is bound to make you wish this place was real.
  GRAND HOTEL, THE a Comedy by Frank De Francesco 
  2014/2015        
  2015 May:  MISSISSAUGA PLAYERS THEATRE GROUP [Maja Prentice Theatre, Mississauga]  

GREASE
The musical is named for the 1950s United States working-class youth subculture known as greasers. The musical, set in 1959 at fictional Rydell High School (loosely based on William Howard Taft School[1]), follows ten working-class teenagers as they navigate the complexities of love. The score attempts to recreate the sounds of early rock and roll. In its record-breaking original Broadway production, Grease was a raunchy, raw, aggressive, vulgar show. Subsequent productions sanitized it and tamed it down.[2] The show tackles such social issues as teenage pregnancy and gang violence; its themes include love, friendship, teenage rebellion, sexual exploration during adolescence, and, to some extent, class consciousness/class conflict.
  GREASE a Musical by Jim Jacobs & Warren Casey 
  2013/2014        
  2014 Jun:  ORANGEVILLE MUSIC THEATRE [Orangeville Town Hall Opera House]  
  2014/2015        
  2015 Feb:  MEADOWVALE MUSIC THEATRE [Meadowvale Theatre, Mississauga]  
      Nom  | Best Choreographer | Cathy Smith  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Amanda Dwyer as "Rizzo"  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design | Joseph Lauria  

THE GREAT CANADIAN CAPER
Set in 1950, in the golden era of radio plays, "The Great Canadian Caper" attempts to unravel the mysterious disappearance of a truckload of maple syrup. Enjoy the magic of a live-to-air radio performance with the added antics of backstage banter, chaos and rivalry that stirs up a sticky state of affairs for all involved!
  GREAT CANADIAN CAPER, THE a Comedy by Susanna Lamy  
  2017/2018        
  2017 Oct:  ERIN THEATRE [Paul Morin Gallery, Alton]  

THE GREAT KOOSHOG LAKE HOLLIS MCCAULEY FISHING DERBY
Investment banker James Bell gets stuck in the sleepy town of Kooshog Lake during their annual Fishing Derby. A quirky story complete with romance, broken hearts and a shark attack.
  GREAT KOOSHOG LAKE HOLLIS MCCAULEY FISHING DERBY, THE a Comedy by Norm Foster 
  2015/2016        
  2016 Feb:  TIPLING STAGE COMPANY [Grace Tipling Concert Hall, Shelburne]  

GREETINGS
  GREETINGS a Comedy by Tom Dudzick 

GROUNDED
Five passengers wait in a departure lounge Pearson Airport for their snowstorm-delayed Air Canada flight. Nathan, the loner travelling on business to the Cayman Islands ignores the attempts at conversation from the more gregarious Elizabeth, a cosmetic salesperson, and Marion, a spunky senior. An eloping couple, on their way to the dream ‘wedding on the beach’ join them and the many twists and turns of the plot take us from classic sit-com scenario to spy spoof to – well, just who is supposed to be following who, and why?
  GROUNDED a Comedy by John Spurway 
  2013/2014        
  2013 Oct:  TIPLING STAGE COMPANY [Grace Tipling Concert Hall, Shelburne]  

GUYS AND DOLLS
It all begins with a bet. Nathan Detroit bets high-rolling gambler Sky Masterson that Sky cannot persuade Save-A-Soul Missionary Sister Sarah Brown to accompany him on a trip to Cuba. While the worldly Sky works his charms on a wary Sarah, Nathan is doing his best to stay outside the matrimonial clutches of his long-suffering fiancée, Miss Adelaide. "Guys and Dolls" is a fable about what happens to gambling men and the women who long to tame them. Set in the colourful world of New York City in the mid 20th century, the romantic and funny "Guys And Dolls" is populated with gangsters and gamblers, missionary dolls and scantily clad showgirls, and one of the great musical scores in the history of American theatre.
  GUYS AND DOLLS a Musical by Frank Loesser, Jo Swerling & Abe Burrows (Based on The Idyll of Sarah Brown, chars by Damon Runyon) 
  2010/2011        
  2011 Apr:  MARIPOSA ARTS THEATRE FOUNDATION [Orillia Opera House - Gordon Lightfoot Auditorium]  
  2011 Apr:  SCARBOROUGH MUSIC THEATRE [Scarborough Village Theatre]  
  2011/2012        
  2012 Apr:  BRAMPTON MUSIC THEATRE [Rose Theatre, Brampton]  
  2012 Apr:  THE QUEENSVILLE PLAYERS [Stephen Leacock Theatre, Keswick]  
  2012/2013        
  2012 Nov:  ETOBICOKE MUSICAL PRODUCTIONS [Burnhamthorpe Auditorium, Etobicoke]  

H
H.M.S. PINAFORE
The story takes place aboard the ship HMS Pinafore. The captain's daughter, Josephine, is in love with a lower-class sailor, Ralph Rackstraw, although her father intends her to marry Sir Joseph Porter, the First Lord of the Admiralty. She abides by her father's wishes at first, but Sir Joseph's advocacy of the equality of humankind encourages Ralph and Josephine to overturn conventional social order. They declare their love for each other and eventually plan to elope. The captain discovers this plan, but, as in many of the Gilbert and Sullivan operas, a surprise disclosure changes things dramatically near the end of the story.
  H.M.S. PINAFORE a Comic Opera by Gilbert & Sullivan & (W.S. Gilbert & Arthur Sullivan) 
  2011/2012        
  2012 Jan:  ONSTAGE UXBRIDGE [Uxbridge Music Hall]  

HAIRSPRAY
The 1950's are out and change is in the air! HAIRSPRAY, winner of 8 Tony Awards including Best Musical, is a family-friendly musical piled bouffant high with laughter, romance, and deliriously tuneful songs. It's 1962 in Baltimore, and the lovable plus-size teen Tracy Turnblad has only one desire -- to dance on the popular Corny Collins Show. When her dream comes true, Tracy is transformed from social outcast to sudden star. She must use her newfound power to dethrone the reigning Teen Queen, win the affections of heartthrob Link Larkin, and integrate a TV network, all without denting her 'do!
  HAIRSPRAY a Musical by Marc Shaiman, Scott Witman, Mark O'Donnell & Thomas Meehan 
  2011/2012        
  2011 Nov:  CURTAIN CALL PLAYERS [Fairview Library Theatre, North York]  
  2011 Nov:  CLARKSON MUSIC THEATRE [Meadowvale Theatre, Mississauga]  
      THEA | Best Choreographer | Renee Beiforte  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design | Jennifer Lennon  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design | Greg Salisbury  
      Nom  | Best Production | Rita Ferguson, Christine McMahon, & Nick Forrow, Producers  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Don Berns as "Edna"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Kelsey Faulkner as "Penny"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | Troy De Four as "Seaweed"  
      Nom  | Best Musical Director | Jenny Peace  
  2012/2013        
  2013 May:  OSHAWA LITTLE THEATRE [Oshawa Little Theatre]  
  2014/2015        
  2015 Jan:  ONSTAGE UXBRIDGE [Uxbridge Music Hall]  
  2017/2018        
  2017 Nov:  BRAMPTON MUSIC THEATRE [Rose Theatre, Brampton]  

HAIRSPRAY JR.
It's 1962, and spunky, plus-size teen, Tracy Turnblad, has one big dream - to dance on the popular "Corny Collins Show". When she finally gets her shot, she's transformed from social outcast to sudden star. In balancing her newfound power with her desire for justice, Tracy fights to dethrone the reigning Miss Teen Hairspray, Amber von Tussle, and integrate a TV network in the process. With the help of her outsized mom, Edna, and guest DJ, Motormouth Maybelle, the rhythm of Tracy's new beat just might prove unstoppable.
  HAIRSPRAY JR. a Musical by Thomas Meehan & Mark O'Donnell & Marc Shaiman & Scott Whittman & adapted from Hairspray 
  2016/2017        
  2017 May:  BRAMPTON MUSIC THEATRE [Rose Theatre, Brampton]  

HANSEL AND GRETEL
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  HANSEL AND GRETEL a Comedy by Jo Phenix 
  2015/2016        
  2015 Nov:  CENTURY THEATRE GUILD [Century Church Theatre, Hillsburgh]  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design | Neville Worsnop  
      Nom  | Best Set Design | Jo Phenix  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design | Trish Hamilton  

HAPPILY EVER LAUGHTER
  HAPPILY EVER LAUGHTER a Comedy by Neville J. Bryant 
  2011/2012        
  2011 Nov:  MILTON PLAYERS THEATRE GROUP [Milton Centre For The Arts]  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #3 - Comedy: Ensemble | The Company  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | Tim Beddoes as "Charles Winslow"  

HAPPY DAYS
  HAPPY DAYS a Drama by Samuel Beckett 

HARVEST MOON RISING
This moving musical deals with the contemporary farming crisis and follows the story of two families farming the same piece of land a over a hundred years apart.
  HARVEST MOON RISING a Musical by Leslie Arden & Peggy Sample  
  2017/2018        
  2018 Apr:  SOUTH SIMCOE THEATRE [Old Town Hall, Cookstown]  

HARVEY
  HARVEY a Comedy by Mary Chase 
  2011/2012        
  2011 Sep:  SCARBOROUGH PLAYERS [Scarborough Village Theatre]  
  2012 Mar:  THE OAKVILLE PLAYERS [Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts]  
  2012 Apr:  THEATRE AURORA [Theatre Aurora]  

HATS! THE MUSICAL
Hats! is a musical about a 49.999 year-old woman who reluctantly faces the inevitable BIG 5-0 ... until she meets several remarkable women who show her about fun, friendship and forgetting about things that simply don't matter anymore. It is a joyous, provocative, and hilarious evening for everyone who is 50, knows anyone who is 50 or plans to be 50. Hats! is inspired by the experiences, philosophies, and mission of the Red Hat Society.
  HATS! THE MUSICAL a Musical by Marcia Milgrom Dodge & Anthony Dodge & and others 
  2014/2015        
  2015 Apr:  SOUTH SIMCOE THEATRE [Old Town Hall, Cookstown]  

HAVING HOPE AT HOME
A sidesplitting look at a family learning to love again. On a winter night in a drafty farmhouse a baby is about to arrive. But modern medicine meets midwifery head on in a torrent of family feuding. As tensions rise between three dysfunctional generations, so does laughter. It takes a baby to heal the rift in this funny, heartwarming story of forgiveness and hope. Playwright David S. Craig shows us how the human heart sometimes takes the longest way home.
  HAVING HOPE AT HOME a Comedy by David S. Craig 
  2010/2011        
  2010 Sep:  THEATRE AURORA [Theatre Aurora]  
  2011 Apr:  AMICUS PRODUCTIONS [Fairview Library Theatre, North York]  
  2015/2016        
  2016 Feb:  BORELIANS COMMUNITY THEATRE [Town Hall 1873, Port Perry]  
      Nom  | Best Production | Kyle Brough, Producer  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Kyle Dickie as "Michel"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Justine Dickie as "Carolyn"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Joanne Norman as "Jane"  

THE HEART AS IT LIVED
Set in Regina in 1996, the play hearkens back sixty years to 1935, the year of the On to Ottawa Trek and the Regina Riot. The play’s protagonist is Annie, a hard-bitten septuagenarian spinster haunted by her memories of that momentous summer, memories she is forced to relive when her home is invaded by Zak (the grandson of her sister Flo), whose presence conjures a trio of ghosts who visit Annie in flashback. Daughters of a wealthy family, Annie and Flo find themselves on opposite sides of the ideological warfare of 1935: Flo falls in love with the "bohunk" On to Ottawa marcher Zakarchuk and into sympathy with the socialist politics he espouses, while Annie, true to the ideals of her father and her RCMP officer boyfriend, Mitchell, denounces the strikers as "the enemy." When the police move in to crush the trekkers, Mitchell is killed in the melee, a tragedy that leaves Annie embittered and scarred for life. Meanwhile, Flo, pregnant by Zakarchuk and now estranged from Annie, struggles through a lonely life of hardship and disappointment, somehow remaining optimistic about the prospects of social revolution to the very end.
  HEART AS IT LIVED, THE a Drama by Mansel Robinson 
  2015/2016        
  2015 Dec:  THEATRE AURORA [Theatre Aurora]  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design | Nathan Soini  

THE HEIRESS
Written by Ruth and Augustus Goetz, based on the novel Washington Square by Henry James, and directed by Michele Browne, this classic American play is set in New York during the 1850s. In this story of love and heartbreak, Catherine falls for the flattering words of a young suitor. Unaware that he is only after her for her fortune, she gladly accepts his proposal of marriage. A timid, plain girl, Catherine's confidence is shattered when her father forbids the union. What will happen when the unworthy young man reappears at her doorstep?
  HEIRESS, THE a Drama by Ruth Goetz & Augustus Goetz 
  2015/2016        
  2015 Nov:  MARKHAM LITTLE THEATRE [Flato Markham Theatre for the Performing Arts]  
      Nom  | Best Production | Annie Clark, Producer  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Kate O'Hearn as "Catherine Sloper"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | Terry Browne as "Dr. Austin Sloper"  
      Nom  | Best Set Design | Ann Davison & Will Davison  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #3 - Drama: Production Design | Annie Clark & Michele Browne  

HELLO DOLLY
HELLO, DOLLY! the blockbuster Broadway hit, bursts with humor, romance, high-energy dancing, and some of the greatest songs in musical theater history. The romantic and comic exploits of Dolly Gallagher-Levi, turn-of-the-century matchmaker and woman who arranges things, are certain to thrill and entertain audiences again and again. Dolly decides she's going to marry miserly half-a-millionaire hay & feed dealer Horace Vandergelder (I Put My Hand In) and that's where the fun begins.
  HELLO DOLLY a Musical by Jerry Herman & Michael Stewart (Based on The Matchmaker by Thornton Wilder) 
  2011/2012        
  2012 Mar:  ONSTAGE PRODUCTIONS [Bayview Glen Upper School Theatre, Toronto]  
  2015/2016        
  2015 Nov:  CLARKSON MUSIC THEATRE [Meadowvale Theatre, Mississauga]  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | John Galbraith as "Cornelius Hackl"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Jo Kemp as "Dolly Levi"  

HELLO, IS ANYBODY THERE?
All is dull and peaceful at Squire Grange. Lady Amelia searches for new ideas for her latest mystery novel as Sir Malcolm sleeps off the excesses of another idle day. Family friend Freddy is persuaded to try and think of new ideas.  Meanwhile the hapless Vic Tim arrives and is promptly dispatched by an unknown assailant. Everyone tries hard to discover the murderer before he or she can strike again. The first problem, however, is how to get rid of Vic`s body, not just because he is making an untidy mess on the stage, but also because he has to come back in ACT II as a policeman! Smalls, the butler, and Mabel, the maid, try to assist the inept police (and Sir Malcolm attempts to give the delicious WPC Nunall a hand too) but not in time to prevent the Producer being murdered.  There is even a suspicion that someone may have poisoned the audience.  Eventually Miss Marbles arrives to reveal, Agatha Christie-style, the culprit, who also happens to be the play`s prompt. Or is there another culprit? This hilarious farce steadfastly refuses to take itself (or anything else) seriously.
  HELLO, IS ANYBODY THERE? a Comedy by Ian Hornby 
  2014/2015        
  2015 Apr:  PEEL PANTO PLAYERS [Lester B. Pearson Theatre, Brampton]  

HENRY AND ALICE: INTO THE WILD
The laughs have shifted from the hotel room to a campsite, in this sequel to the hit-comedy "Sexy Laundry". Alice and Henry find themselves slam dunked into early retirement and in the woods for a vacation. Alice’s younger sister, Diana, arrives unannounced and quickly discovers the dysfunctional situation as Alice and Henry rough-it in the wilderness.
  HENRY AND ALICE: INTO THE WILD a Comedy by Michele Riml  
  2016/2017        
  2017 May:  THE BLACKHORSE VILLAGE PLAYERS [Blackhorse Theatre, Caledon]  

HERE LIES JEREMY TROY
Jeremy has created a perfect suburban life for himself and his wife, Kathryn. However, he’s fabricated the entire set of qualifications that he’s used to become a successful lawyer! Things start unraveling rapidly when an old school chum, Charlie, shows up unexpectedly at his door … how will Jeremy rescue himself from this? The plot involves Tina, a 20-something model; Mr. Ivorsen, Jeremy’s boss who suspects nothing; an outraged wife; a scheming Charlie.
  HERE LIES JEREMY TROY a Comedy by Jack Sharkey 
  2012/2013        
  2013 Mar:  CENTURY THEATRE GUILD [Century Church Theatre, Hillsburgh]  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Lindsay Van Der Grinten as "Tina Winslow"  
      Nom  | Best Production | Lisa Lester, Producer  
      Nom  | Best Director | Dale Jones  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Keith Assoun as "Jeremy Troy"  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award - "Community Spirit" | The Company  

HERE ON THE FLIGHT PATH
Set on adjoining balconies in a big city apartment building, the play follows John Cummings as he interacts with three women, Fay, Angel, and Gwen, who become his neighbours over a three and a half year period. Hilarious and, at times, touching.
  HERE ON THE FLIGHT PATH a Comedy by Norm Foster 
  2011/2012        
  2011 Nov:  ONSTAGE UXBRIDGE [Uxbridge Music Hall]  

HIDE AND SEEK
After 18 years of marriage, Richard and Jennifer Crawford have moved from the city to an old farmhouse, which they are trying to restore before the baby arrives. He still commutes each day, while she stays in the county supervising the shambling handyman and cook who work for them. At first it is mostly the slow pace of restoration which nags at them, but a general sense of unease beings to build as the old house seems to be resisting their intrusion. But it is the silent little girl whom Jennifer claims she has seen swinging in the backyard who brings on the chilling climax of the play in which the real and the supernatural clash with disturbing and breath-stopping results.
  HIDE AND SEEK a Drama by Lezley Havard  
  2012/2013        
  2013 Jan:  BURL-OAK THEATRE GROUP [Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts]  

HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL - DISNEY'S
It's the first day after winter break at East High. The Jocks, Brainiacs, Thespians and Skater Dudes find their cliques, recount their vacations, and look forward to the new year. Basketball team captain and resident jock Troy discovers that the brainy Gabriella, a girl he met singing karaoke on his ski trip, has just enrolled at East High. They cause an upheaval when they decide to audition for the high school musical, led by Ms. Darbus. Although many students resent the threat posed to the "status quo," Troy and Gabriella's alliance might just open the door for others to shine as well.
  HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL - DISNEY'S a Musical by David Simpatico & Bryan Louiselle (based on Disney Channel movie by Peter Barsocchini) 
  2014/2015        
  2015 Jul:  BEAVERTON TOWN HALL PLAYERS [Beaverton Town Hall]  

HILDA'S YARD
One ordinary family. One extraordinary day. Set in 1956, Sam and Hilda Fluck are finally enjoying life on their own after their children Gary and Janey leave the nest. Then, on a beautiful September morning, their golden world turns chaotic when Gary loses his job and Janey leaves her husband, and both are suddenly back home for an unexpected stay. A heart-warming, nostalgic comedy with a hilarious look back in time.
  HILDA'S YARD a Comedy by Norm Foster 
  2013/2014        
  2014 Jun:  THE BLACKHORSE VILLAGE PLAYERS [Blackhorse Theatre, Caledon]  
  2017/2018        
  2017 Nov:  GEORGETOWN LITTLE THEATRE [John Elliott Theatre, Georgetown]  

THE HOBBITT
This new adaptation of Tolkien's classic is a fast paced retelling of the tale of Bilbo Baggins, who positively loathed adventures, but one day found himself embroiled in the greatest adventure in the whole history of middle earth, in a search for dragon guarded gold. This critically acclaimed adaptation uses masks, puppetry and shadow play to create Tolkien's world of dwarves, dragons, trolls, elves, giant spiders, goblins and, of course, hobbits.
  HOBBITT, THE a Drama by J.R.R. Tolkien & Kim Selody & adapted from the novel. 
  2014/2015        
  2015 Apr:  LP STAGE PRODUCTIONS [Grace Tipling Concert Hall, Shelburne]  

HOMECHILD
This is an evocative and tender tale of family bonds, lineage and the endurance of love. It centres on Alistair MacEachern, a crotchety, funny and fearless farmer. For 70 years he has silently longed for the sister he left behind in Scotland. This story unearths the secret and the shame of the 100,000 Home Children sent to Canada from Britain over 70 years.
  HOMECHILD a Drama by Joan MacLeod 
  2012/2013        
  2013 Mar:  THE CURTAIN CLUB [Curtain Club Theatre, Richmond Hill]  
      THEA | Best Set Design | Bill Corcoran  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award - "Ensemble" | The Production, Design & Technical Team  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design | Mary Jane Boon  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design | John Hunter  
  2014/2015        
  2015 Jan:  DURHAM SHOESTRING PERFORMERS [Arts Resource Centre, Oshawa]  

HOMECHILD - THE MUSICAL
  HOMECHILD - THE MUSICAL a Musical by Barb Perkins 
  2012/2013        
  2013 Jan:  ORANGEVILLE MUSIC THEATRE [Orangeville Town Hall Opera House]  
      Nom  | Best Musical Director | Pam Claridge  

HONK! JR.
Honk! Jr. is a musical retelling of the Hans Christian Andersen storyThe Ugly Duckling. With a powerful score, this musical is set in the countryside and features Ugly, a duckling who is rejected by everyone but his mother, a sly tomcat who wants to eat Ugly; and other barnyard creatures you won't quickly forget!
  HONK! JR. a Musical by Anthony Drewe & George Stiles & based on Hans Christian Anderson (The Ugly Duckling) 
  2012/2013        
  2012 Nov:  KEMPENFELT COMMUNITY PLAYERS [Georgian Theatre, Barrie]  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award - "Most Impressive Ensemble/Chorus" | The Entire Cast  

THE HORRIBLY HORRIFYING FUN HOUSE OF DEATH
Their job at the fun house is to scare people. Fear, however overtakes a group of oddball co-workers when they are trapped in the mansion, turned tourist attraction, and uncover its dark past.
  HORRIBLY HORRIFYING FUN HOUSE OF DEATH , THE a Comedy by Mat Kelly 

THE HOUSEKEEPER
Foundering a bit after the death of his aged (and domineering) mother, Manley Carstairs, a self-styled literary artist, engages a housekeeper, Annie Dankworth, to look after his large Victorian house (and himself). When Annie first arrives, wearing sneakers and carrying her belongings in a grocery cart, Manley is taken aback, but she seems so eager to please that he relents--after which their relationship progresses rapidly from initial reserve to active hatred. Annie is one of the world's great oddballs, who insults her employer, denigrates his writing, admits she forged her references, accuses Manley of lusting after her and, in general, makes his life a hell. Eventually Manley can take no more but, when he advances on Annie with strangulation in mind, he trips, falls into her arms, they embrace, and the rest is history. Conveyed in a series of fast-paced, juxtaposed scenes--some in the present, some in the past--the play covers all these unlikely events with lively wit and biting humor, becoming funnier and funnier as it builds toward its unexpected and thoroughly delightful conclusion.
  HOUSEKEEPER, THE a Comedy by James Prideaux 
  2012/2013        
  2013 Jan:  THE CURTAIN CLUB [Curtain Club Theatre, Richmond Hill]  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Shannon Hill as "Annie Dankworth"  
      Nom  | Best Set Design | Robert Bray  

HOW I BECAME A PIRATE
Young Jeremy Jacob is digging in the sand at North Beach when he is greeted by Captain Braid Beard and his mates, and is recruited to help find the perfect digging spot for their treasure. Boarding the ship, the Captain introduces the boy to his pirate crew who share with him the ins and outs of a pirate's life at sea. Jeremy is instructed on how to talk like a pirate and schooled in pirate manners and etiquette (or the lack thereof). In turn, Jeremy shares with them what a typical kid's day is like and the wondrous game of soccer! The pirate world proves to have many surprises for Jeremy Jacob, not the least of which is when the fearsome pirate Sharktooth admits to him that he is really just a sensitive guy! When a storm arises, the skills of the crew are called upon to steer the ship to safety and Jeremy Jacob begins to wonder if the pirate life is really for him. But all is well and they arrive back at the beach in time for soccer practice - but not before they survey the area, following the map that Jeremy has drawn for them, leading them to the perfect spot to bury the treasure - his own backyard! They reminisce that it's always good to go home and Jeremy realizes that the simple things in life, like a kiss and a warm tucking in at night, are among those that are most important. Parting is bittersweet, but before leaving, the pirates assure Jeremy that they will be back if he ever needs them. He only has to fly the Jolly Roger, or he can simply find them at pirates-dot-aarrgh!
  HOW I BECAME A PIRATE a Musical by Janet Yates Vogt & Mark Friedman & from Melinda Long 
  2013/2014        
  2013 Nov:  KEMPENFELT COMMUNITY PLAYERS [Georgian Theatre, Barrie]  

HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING
Power, sex, ambition, greed... it's just another day at the office. A satire of big business and all it holds sacred, HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING follows the rise of J. Pierrepont Finch, who uses a little handbook called "How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying" to climb the corporate ladder from lowly window washer to high-powered executive, tackling such familiar but potent dangers as the aggressively compliant "company man", the boss's whiny, nepotistic nephew, the office party, backstabbing co-workers, caffeine addiction and, of course, true love.
  HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING a Musical by Abe Burrows, Jack Weinstock, Willie Gilbert & Frank Loesser (from Shepherd Mead) 
  2013/2014        
  2014 Apr:  ETOBICOKE MUSICAL PRODUCTIONS [Burnhamthorpe Auditorium, Etobicoke]  
  2016/2017        
  2016 Nov:  OSHAWA LITTLE THEATRE [Oshawa Little Theatre]  
      THEA | Best Choreographer - Musical | Baiba Senecal  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role - Musical | Todd Appleton as "Finch"  
      Nom  | Best Production - Musical | Janet Gilliland & Michael Schneider, Producers  
      Nom  | Best Stage Manager - Musical | Janet Gilliland & Amanda Cook  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role - Musical | Shane Kelly as "Twimble/Wally Whomper"  
      Nom  | Best Set Design - Musical | Ian Handscomb  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #2 - Musical: Outstanding Ensemble | The Ensemble  
  2016 Nov:  GLOBE PRODUCTIONS [John Elliott Theatre, Georgetown]  

HUMBLE BOY
Felix Humble returns to his family home in the countryside of England after receiving word of the death of his father, James Humble. Once he returns home, he discovers that his mother, Flora Humble, has gotten rid of all of her husband’s belongings including the bees which he kept. The reunion of mother and son was not as pleasant as one would imagine, old animosity is sparked between the two as Flora blames Felix for embarrassing her at James’s funeral by running away when it was Felix’s turn for eulogy. On top of that Felix discovers that Flora intends to marry a man named George Pye, the complete opposite of the intellectual and passionate James. Throughout the summer the distance between Flora and Felix grows. Flora sends her friend Mercy to befriend Felix and relay information back. Felix can see right through his mother’s devious agenda and finds that the gardener Jim, who is ignored by everyone, is the only one he can confide in. Felix reunites with an ex-girlfriend, Rosie Pye daughter of George Pye. She claims to have changed her life after breaking up with Felix and became a nurse and a single mother. Rosie tries to ease Felix’s tension by fornication only to be interrupted by Flora and George coming home. Rosie reveals to Felix that they have been having an affair for a long time even when James was alive. She also tells Felix before she leaves that he is the father of her daughter Felicity. Felix now becomes very distraught and even suicidal. A confrontation occurs at a garden dinner party where Flora plans to officially announce her wedding with George. After a period of emotional outbursts which ends with Mercy leaving after being harassed by Flora, a moment of revelation occurs as Felix reminds Flora of the intelligence and devotion of James to his unfaithful wife. Flora cancels her wedding and sends George off. As Felix and Flora have a moment of forgiveness in the garden, Flora finally gives notice to the gardener Jim, which turns out to be the spirit of James Humble.
  HUMBLE BOY a Drama by Charlotte Jones 

THE HUNT FOR RED WILLIE
  HUNT FOR RED WILLIE, THE a Comedy by Ken Bourke 
  2010/2011        
  2011 Feb:  TORONTO IRISH PLAYERS [Alumnae Theatre, Toronto]  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | Dermot Walsh as "Harry" / "Buck" / "Woody"  

THE HYPOCHONDRIAC
  HYPOCHONDRIAC, THE a Comedy by Moliere & Richard Bean (adapted by Richard Bean) 
  2011/2012        
  2012 May:  EAST SIDE PLAYERS [Papermill Theatre at Todmorden Mills, Toronto]  

I
I BELIEVE IN CHRISTMAS
A Christmas musical for the whole family.
  I BELIEVE IN CHRISTMAS a Musical by Alan Blenkinsopp 

I DO, I DO, I DO
Diana has it all. Beautiful, intelligent, sweet natured. The sort of rare girl that all men swoon over. What’s more she is the daughter of that most reviled of species, a wealthy banker. The three men in her life are Jamie, the much envied man to whom she is officially betrothed; Tom, the attractive boyfriend of Jamie’s sister; and Geoff, the oldest friend who is to be best man. Diana's insurmountable problem is that, during the course of the longest weekend of her life, she finds herself having promised marriage to all three! How can she decide? What matters most - familiarity, suitability, sexual passion? Can she make up her mind in time for the big society wedding arranged in a month’s time? Bewildered banker’s wife, Ann, finds herself having to act as negotiator, counselor, traffic controller, legal adviser, judge, jury, and fortune teller to an entire household of distraught people. And it isn't discovered until the final curtain who it is that Diana chooses.
  I DO, I DO, I DO a Comedy by Robin Hawdon 
  2015/2016        
  2016 Apr:  BURL-OAK THEATRE GROUP [Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts]  

I HATE HAMLET
Andrew Rally seems to have it all: celebrity and acclaim from his starring role in a hit television series; a rich, beautiful girlfriend; a glamorous, devoted agent; the perfect New York apartment; and the chance to play Hamlet in Central Park. There are, however, a couple of glitches in paradise. Andrew's series has been canceled; his girlfriend is clinging to her virginity with unyielding conviction; and he has no desire to play Hamlet. When Andrew's agent visits him, she reminisces about her brief romance with John Barrymore many years ago, in Andrew's apartment. This prompts a seance to summon his ghost. From the moment Barrymore returns, dressed in high Shakespearean garb, Andrew's life is no longer his own. Barrymore, fortified by champagne and ego, presses Andrew to accept the part and fulfill his actor's destiny. The action becomes more hilarious with the entrance of Andrew's deal-making friend from LA, spouting the laid-back hype of the Coast and offering Andrew a fabulous new TV deal worth millions of dollars. The laughs are nonstop as Andrew wrestles with his conscience, Barrymore, his sword, and the fact that he fails as Hamlet in Central Park.
  I HATE HAMLET a Comedy by Paul Rudnick  
  2017/2018        
  2018 Jun:  SCARBOROUGH PLAYERS [Scarborough Village Theatre]  

I OUGHT TO BE IN PICTURES
  I OUGHT TO BE IN PICTURES a Comedy by Neil Simon 
  2009/2010        
  2010 Jul:  THE CURTAIN CLUB [Curtain Club Theatre, Richmond Hill]  

I'LL BE BACK BEFORE MIDNIGHT
Jan is a young wife recovering from a nervous disorder. She and her husband rent a remote cabin from an odd farmer who delights in telling gruesome ghost stories. Then the husband's strange sister arrives, and all manner of frightening events occur. What happens to fragile Jan as bodies appear and disappear give this classic thriller its tremendously frightening impact.
  I'LL BE BACK BEFORE MIDNIGHT a Thriller by Peter Colley  
  2012/2013        
  2013 May:  NAGS PLAYERS [Tranzac Stage, Toronto]  
  2016/2017        
  2016 Nov:  AJAX COMMUNITY THEATRE [St. Francis Centre, Ajax]  
  2017/2018        
  2018 Feb:  MARKHAM LITTLE THEATRE [Flato Markham Theatre for the Performing Arts]  

IF WE ARE WOMEN
  IF WE ARE WOMEN a Drama by Joanna M. Glass 
  2010/2011        
  2010 Sep:  MARKHAM LITTLE THEATRE [Flato Markham Theatre for the Performing Arts]  

IF/THEN
If/Then simultaneously follows one woman's two possible life paths, painting a deeply moving portrait of the lives that we lead, as well as the lives that we might have led. Elizabeth, a city planner, moves back to New York to restart her life in the city of infinite possibilities. When her carefully designed plans collide with the whims of fate, Elizabeth's life splits into two parallel paths. If/Then follows both stories simultaneously, as this modern woman faces the intersection of choice and chance. If/Then is a contemporary Broadway musical about living in New York today and all of the possibilities of tomorrow. With a powerhouse role for a leading lady and rich and complex supporting roles, this show celebrates dynamite talent and the power of great storytelling.
  IF/THEN a Musical by Tom Kitt & Brian Yorkey  
  2017/2018        
  2018 Jan:  THEATRE AURORA [Theatre Aurora]  

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST
"The Importance of Being Ernest" is a classic comedy of manners in which two flippant young men, in order to impress their respected beloveds, pretend that their names are "Ernest," which both young ladies believe confers magical qualities on the possessor. It is regarded by many critics and scholars as being the wittiest play in the English language.
  IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST, THE a Comedy by Oscar Wilde 
  2010/2011        
  2010 Sep:  MISSISSAUGA PLAYERS THEATRE GROUP [Clarke Memorial Hall, Port Credit]  
  2011 Mar:  THE OAKVILLE PLAYERS [Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts]  
  2013/2014        
  2013 Oct:  OSHAWA LITTLE THEATRE [Oshawa Little Theatre]  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Emily Marchand as "Gwendolen"  
  2017/2018        
  2018 Jul:  SCARBOROUGH THEATRE GUILD [Scarborough Village Theatre]  

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING UNCLE ROSCOE
  IMPORTANCE OF BEING UNCLE ROSCOE, THE a Comedy by Pat Cook 
  2010/2011        
  2010 Dec:  MISSISSAUGA PLAYERS THEATRE GROUP [Clarke Memorial Hall, Port Credit]  

IN (ROLES WE) PLAY
  IN (ROLES WE) PLAY a Undefined by Durham Shoestring Performers  
  2017/2018        
  2017 Nov:  DURHAM SHOESTRING PERFORMERS [Arts Resource Centre, Oshawa]  

THE INCREDIBLE MURDER OF CARDINAL TOSCA
Dr. Alden Nowlan and Dr. Walter Learning came into possession of the papers on which they have based their highly successful play The Incredible Murder of Cardinal Tosca. Those papers had been entrusted to the heirs of a certain illustrious client until such time as they might be made public, in whole or in part, "without shaking the Christian Church to its foundations and threatening the existence of dynasties which have flourished for a thousand years." Even today, the case involves such political, religious and human ramifications that Drs. Nowlan and Learning have felt it their duty to withhold or disguise certain details as, for example, the real name of Cardinal Tosca and the true cause of his eventual death. Neither Dr. Nowlan nor Dr. Learning will entertain speculation as to the identity of the illustrious lady for whose house they, like Holmes, have been privileged to perform some small services, in recognition of which they have been entrusted with these priceless documents.
  INCREDIBLE MURDER OF CARDINAL TOSCA, THE a Drama by Alden Nowlan & Walter Learning 
  2014/2015        
  2015 Jan:  SCARBOROUGH PLAYERS [Scarborough Village Theatre]  
      THEA | Best Set Design | Anthony Jones  
      THEA | Best Costume Design | Andra Bradish  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #3 - Drama: Exceptional Contribution to the Collective Effort | Lindsay Bryan  
      Nom  | Best Director | Jim Hyslop  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Chelsea Jones as "Mrs. Hudson/Mother Midnight"  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design | Wendy Walton  

INHERIT THE WIND
  INHERIT THE WIND a Drama by Jerome Lawrence & Robert E. Lee 
  2012/2013        
  2013 Apr:  SCARBOROUGH PLAYERS [Scarborough Village Theatre]  

THE INNOCENT EYE TEST
  INNOCENT EYE TEST, THE a Comedy by Michael Healey 
  2011/2012        
  2012 Mar:  SCARBOROUGH PLAYERS [Scarborough Village Theatre]  
      THEA | Best Sound Design | Eli McIlveen  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | John Palmieri as "Uri"  
      Nom  | Best Set Design | Heather Peterson  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #1 - Comedy: Outstanding Stage Management | Heather Paterson  
      Nom  | Best Production | Stefan Budansew, Producer  
      Nom  | Best Director | Marisa King  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Damien Gulde as "James MacAuley"  

THE INNOCENTS
Adapted from Henry James' book "The Turn of the Screw", this story of unspeakable horror begins when a young governess arrives at an English estate to oversee two precocious, orphaned youngsters assisted by a motherly cook. But these four aren't alone they're haunted by fears and phantoms and by ghastly shadows. The governess and cook are terrified, but the children are possessed by the spirits and welcome their visitations. A gripping tale that keeps audiences spellbound.
  INNOCENTS, THE a Drama by William Archibald & & adapted from The Turn of the Screw by Henry James 
  2012/2013        
  2013 Jan:  THE BLACKHORSE VILLAGE PLAYERS [Blackhorse Theatre, Caledon]  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award - "Juvenile Performance" | Alyson McElhone as "Flora"  

INTO THE WOODS
The story follows a Baker and his wife, who wish to have a child; Cinderella, who wishes to attend the King's Festival; and Jack, who wishes his cow would give milk. When the Baker and his wife learn that they cannot have a child because of a Witch's curse, the two set off on a journey to break the curse. Everyone's wish is granted, but the consequences of their actions return to haunt them later with disastrous results.
  INTO THE WOODS a Musical by James Lapine & Stephen Sondheim  
  2010/2011        
  2010 Oct:  ONSTAGE UXBRIDGE [Uxbridge Music Hall]  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Georgia Grant as "Witch"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | David Cardinal as "Baker"  
      Nom  | Best Musical Director | David Geene  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design | Laurie Bowers  
  2010 Nov:  GLOBE PRODUCTIONS [John Elliott Theatre, Georgetown]  
      THEA | Best Lighting Design | Mike Rainey  
  2011 Jun:  KEMPENFELT COMMUNITY PLAYERS [Barrie Downtown Community Theatre]  
  2014/2015        
  2015 May:  LP STAGE PRODUCTIONS [Grace Tipling Concert Hall, Shelburne]  
  2016/2017        
  2017 Mar:  THE QUEENSVILLE PLAYERS [Stephen Leacock Theatre, Keswick]  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role - Musical | Cadina Meadus as "The Witch"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role - Musical | Karin Simpson as "Baker's Wife"  

IS HE DEAD?
Jean-Francois Millet, a young painter of genius, is in love with Marie Leroux but in debt to a villainous picture-dealer, Bastien Andre. Andrew forecloses on Millet, threatening debtor's prison unless Marie marries him. Millet realizes that the only way he can pay his debts and keep Marie from marrying Andre is to die, as it is only dead painters who achieve fame and fortune. So Millet fakes his death and prospers, all while passing himself off as his own sister, the Widow Tillou. Now a rich "widow," he must find a way to get out of a dress, return to life, and marry Marie.
  IS HE DEAD? a Comedy by David Ives & adapted from Mark Twain 
  2013/2014        
  2013 Nov:  AMICUS PRODUCTIONS [Papermill Theatre at Todmorden Mills, Toronto]  

IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE
This faithful, fast-moving stage adaptation of the classic film features fluid scene changes, reasonable set requirements, and scores of beefy roles, particularly for women. It's not only a joyful Christmas tale -- it's the gorgeous love story of George and Mary Bailey, a vivid portrait of the Greatest Generation, a descent into the darkest hour of a man trapped by circumstance, and a powerful meditation on what makes a meaningful life.
  IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE a Comedic Drama by Doug Rand (adapted from the movie) 
  2017/2018        
  2017 Dec:  SCARBOROUGH PLAYERS [Scarborough Village Theatre]  

IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE - A LIVE RADIO PLAY
This beloved American holiday classic comes to captivating life as a live 1940s radio broadcast. With the help of an ensemble that brings a few dozen characters to the stage, the story of idealistic George Bailey unfolds as he considers ending his life one fateful Christmas Eve.
  IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE - A LIVE RADIO PLAY a Comedy by Joe Landry 
  2016/2017        
  2016 Nov:  STOUFFVILLE THEATRE COMPANY [Parkview Village Auditorium, Whitchurch-Stouffville]  

JACK AND THE BEANSTALK
  JACK AND THE BEANSTALK a Musical by Bev Nicholas 
  2011/2012        
  2012 Jan:  TIPLING STAGE COMPANY [Grace Tipling Concert Hall, Shelburne]  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #3 - Musical: Playwriting Award | Bev Nicholas  

JACK AND THE BEANSTALK
  JACK AND THE BEANSTALK a Pantomime by Jo Phenix 
  2016/2017        
  2016 Nov:  CENTURY THEATRE GUILD [Century Church Theatre, Hillsburgh]  

J
JACK AND THE BEANSTALK
"Jack and the Beanstalk" – A traditional Panto. This folk tale is embellished with, ... well there is a cow. And a Vegetable Fairy. And a Giant. And a dame. And a hero, and lots of villagers and singing and dancing and silly stuff and fights between the dame and the giant and... well you get the idea. Lots of FUN for the whole family!
  JACK AND THE BEANSTALK a Pantomime by John Morley  
  2012/2013        
  2012 Nov:  PEEL PANTO PLAYERS [Lester B. Pearson Theatre, Brampton]  

JAKE'S WOMEN
The play centers on Jake, a writer with a struggling marriage. Jake talks to many of the women he knows, both in real life and in his imagination, as he works to save his marriage. Jake is a successful novelist with a host of personal problems, all of which are related to (you guessed it) women. Although women in his life accuse him of fearing intimacy, he actually spends most of the play imagining conversations between him and the prominent females in his life.
  JAKE'S WOMEN a Comedy by Neil Simon 
  2011/2012        
  2011 Sep:  OSHAWA LITTLE THEATRE [Oshawa Little Theatre]  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Barb Frigault as "Sheila"  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #2 - Comedy: Debut in Community Theatre | Corina Bizim  
  2013/2014        
  2014 Apr:  CALEDON TOWNHALL PLAYERS [Caledon Townhall Players Theatre]  

JANE EYRE
  JANE EYRE a Drama by Willis Hall & from Charlotte Bronte 
  2011/2012        
  2012 Apr:  WHITBY COURTHOUSE THEATRE [Whitby Courthouse Theatre]  

JASPER STATION
Five diverse passengers meet in the waiting room of a train station in this contemporary Canadian Musical by celebrated playwright Norm Foster. Junior reporter, Rebecca Townshend, is writing a human interest story for the local paper and coaxes the others to tell their individual tales. Even the crusty station master reluctantly agrees to their idea of a reunion five years later to see how their lives turn out. But, of course, sometimes things don't turn out as you'd expect. Fun and current music - a great time at the theatre!
  JASPER STATION a Musical by Norm Foster & Steve Thomas 
  2012/2013        
  2013 Apr:  SOUTH SIMCOE THEATRE [Old Town Hall, Cookstown]  

JEKYLL & HYDE
An evocative tale of two men - one a doctor, passionate and romantic - the other, a terrifying madman; and two women - one, beautiful and trusting -the other, beautiful and trusting only herself. Both women in love with the same man. Both unaware of his dark secret. A devoted man of science, Dr. Henry Jekyll is driven to find a chemical breakthrough that can solve some of mankind's most challenging medical dilemmas. Rebuffed by the powers that be, he decides to make himself the subject of his own experimental treatments, accidentally unleashing his inner demons along with the man the world would come to know as Mr. Hyde.
  JEKYLL & HYDE a Musical by Leslie Bricusse & Frank Wildhorn & Steve Cuden & based on Robert Louis Stevenson 
  2015/2016        
  2016 Mar:  CITY CENTRE MUSICAL PRODUCTIONS [Meadowvale Theatre, Mississauga]  
      THEA | Best Stage Manager | Glenn Pringle  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design | Tommy Smith  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design | James Weir & Bryan Pasic  

JENNY'S HOUSE OF JOY
Set in 1870s Kansas, this is a period comedy revolving around the women working at the best little brothel in Baxter Springs. When a young woman, running away from a brutal husband, comes looking for a job, Jenny and her girls are amazed by her business savvy and penchant for the oldest profession. Feathers, frills and furbelows, a brawling and bawling all-female cast and hilarious descriptions of stints upstairs with the good ole boys create memorable entertainment as well as empathy for the women who lived by their wits in the Wild West a hundred and fifty years ago.
  JENNY'S HOUSE OF JOY a Comedy by Norm Foster 
  2010/2011        
  2010 Nov:  MARKHAM LITTLE THEATRE [Flato Markham Theatre for the Performing Arts]  
      THEA | Best Production | Terry Browne, Producer  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Julia Guthrie as "Jenny"  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design | Priscilla Marr  
  2011 Jul:  SCARBOROUGH PLAYERS [Scarborough Village Theatre]  
  2011/2012        
  2012 Mar:  THE BLACKHORSE VILLAGE PLAYERS [Blackhorse Theatre, Caledon]  
  2013/2014        
  2014 Apr:  TIPLING STAGE COMPANY [Grace Tipling Concert Hall, Shelburne]  
  2017/2018        
  2017 Nov:  THE OAKVILLE PLAYERS [Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts]  

JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR
"Jesus Christ Superstar" tells the biblical story of Jesus Christ's final days of life. Over two thousand years ago, Jesus Christ is being hailed as the messiah of Judea. Nervous about losing their power, the Romans, with the help of Judas, find and arrest Jesus and crucify him. The story is told mainly from the perspective of Judas, the disciple who eventually betrays Jesus and turns him in to the Roman authorities.
  JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR a Musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber & Tim Rice 
  2010/2011        
  2011 May:  GLOBE PRODUCTIONS [Christ the King High School, Georgetown]  
  2011/2012        
  2011 Nov:  ETOBICOKE MUSICAL PRODUCTIONS [Burnhamthorpe Auditorium, Etobicoke]  
  2013/2014        
  2014 Mar:  CITY CENTRE MUSICAL PRODUCTIONS [Meadowvale Theatre, Mississauga]  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #3 - Musical: "Catching Fire Outstanding Ensemble" | The Ensemble  
      Nom  | Best Stage Manager | Glenn Pringle  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Christopher Ning as "Judas Iscariot"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | Jon Menzana as "Simon"  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design | Dan Vasey  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design | Greg Salisbury  
  2014/2015        
  2015 Mar:  OSHAWA LITTLE THEATRE [Oshawa Little Theatre]  
      THEA | Best Set Design | Carey Nicholson  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #4 - Musical: Cohesive and Comprehensive Realization of The Director's Vision | Company  
      Nom  | Best Stage Manager | Aileen Fletcher  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Donna Lajeunnesse as "Mary Magdalene"  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design | Colin Hughes  
  2015/2016        
  2016 Mar:  BRAMPTON MUSIC THEATRE [Rose Theatre, Brampton]  
      THEA | Best Costume Design | Grace Gauvin  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #4 - Musical: Special Effects | The social media projections, including “Faithbook” created and operated by Rachel Walker  
      Nom  | Best Production | Grace Gauvin & Jeffrey Jacobs, Producers  
      Nom  | Best Director | John Thomas  
      Nom  | Best Stage Manager | Randy Freer  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Paul Meisner as "Herod/Satan"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | Matthew Chiappetta as "Pontius Pilate"  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design | Jag Panesar  
      Nom  | Best Set Design | John Thomas  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design | Kyle Porter  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #2 - Musical: Ensemble Within A Show | Malakai Fox as "Jesus Christ", Christopher Ning as "Judas Iscariot" and Samantha Ballard as "Mary Magdalene "  

JITTERS
A new play, "The Care and Treatment of Roses", by the young and ambitious playwright Robert, is in final rehearsals. Animosity has already developed between the featured actress, Jessica, a fading beauty who has worked extensively in the USA, and her leading man, Patrick, a local celebrity who is fearful of venturing afield and who resents his co-star's haughtiness. Supporting them in their efforts are Phil, a veteran character actor who cannot retain his lines, and Tom, the male juvenile, who attends his father's wedding on opening day and returns completely drunk. Back-stage is Nick, the tyrannical Stage Manager, and his assistants, Susi and Peggy. At the helm of the production is George, the eager, if overly diplomatic Director. Add into the mix a Broadway Producer who never shows up, and whatever can go wrong, does so. But the show, despite all appearances to the contrary, receives surprisingly good reviews, which set the cast at each other's throats, all lending credence to a remark by one of the actors who, when implored by the Director to behave like adults, responds, "We're not adults, we're actors."
  JITTERS a Comedy by David French  
  2012/2013        
  2013 Apr:  THEATRE AURORA [Theatre Aurora]  
  2017/2018        
  2017 Oct:  BEAVERTON TOWN HALL PLAYERS [Beaverton Town Hall]  
  2017 Nov:  MARKHAM LITTLE THEATRE [Flato Markham Theatre for the Performing Arts]  

JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHICOLOR DREAMCOAT
This was the first Lloyd Webber and Rice musical to be performed publicly.The story is based on the Biblical story of Joseph, found in the Book of Genesis. It is set in a frame in which a narrator is telling a story (sometimes to children, encouraging them to dream). She then tells the story of Joseph, another dreamer ("Prologue," "Any Dream Will Do"). In the beginning of the main story Jacob and his 12 sons are introduced ("Jacob and Sons"). Joseph's brothers are jealous of him for his coat of many colours, a symbol of their father's preference for him ("Joseph's Coat"). It is clear from Joseph's dreams that he is destined to rule over them ("Joseph's Dreams"). To get rid of him and prevent the dreams from coming true, they attempt fratricide, but then they sell Joseph as a slave to some passing Ishmaelites ("Poor, Poor Joseph"), who take him to Egypt.
  JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHICOLOR DREAMCOAT a Musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber & Tim Rice  
  2010/2011        
  2011 Feb:  KEMPENFELT COMMUNITY PLAYERS [Georgian Theatre, Barrie]  
  2011/2012        
  2011 Nov:  SCARBOROUGH MUSIC THEATRE [Scarborough Village Theatre]  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #1 - Musical: Best Youth Chorus | Youth Chorus  
      Nom  | Best Director | Mario D'Alimonte  
  2011 Nov:  GLOBE PRODUCTIONS [Milton Centre For The Arts]  
      THEA | Best Lighting Design | Geoff Nantes  
      THEA | Best Costume Design | Mary Udell  
      THEA | Best Sound Design | Geoff Nantes  
      Nom  | Best Set Design | Doug Feggans  
      Nom  | Best Choreographer | Renee Beiforte  
      Nom  | Best Musical Director | John Pugh  
  2012/2013        
  2013 Mar:  CURTAIN CALL PLAYERS [York Woods Library Theatre, Toronto]  
  2013 Apr:  BRAMPTON MUSIC THEATRE [Rose Theatre, Brampton]  
  2016/2017        
  2016 Nov:  THE QUEENSVILLE PLAYERS [Stephen Leacock Theatre, Keswick]  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #1 - Musical: Outstanding Youth Ensemble | The Ensemble  
  2017/2018        
  2018 Jan:  THEATRE UNLIMITED [Meadowvale Theatre, Mississauga]  

JOYFUL NOISE
George Frederick Handel is in trouble: his last opera flopped, he is no longer in favor with King George II and preachers are raging that his latest work is blasphemous. In this climate, he struggles to present "The Messiah." Handel's travails are linked with those of his leading soprano. Forced into retirement because of a scandal, she is slated to make her comeback in his new masterpiece and fears a nasty reception. A malicious, back stabbing alternate is waiting in the wings to replace her. A devious bishop and Handel's bulky librettist add to the conflict in this true story of the politics and passion that nearly prevented "The Messiah" from ever being performed.
  JOYFUL NOISE a Drama by Tim Slover 
  2016/2017        
  2016 Oct:  EAST SIDE PLAYERS [Papermill Theatre at Todmorden Mills, Toronto]  

THE JUNGLE BOOK
Rudyard Kipling's Jungle Book has been a classic of children's literature for over a century. It is the story of a child lost in the Jungle who is befriended and raised by the animals of the area. He is taught what it means to be truly human by his interactions with the animals. The enduring adventures, friendships and dangers of this child are portrayed in this new musical adaptation of the work.
  JUNGLE BOOK, THE a Musical by Stuart Paterson & BB Cooper & Barb Jungr & from Rudyard Kipling 
  2012/2013        
  2013 Jun:  WHITBY COURTHOUSE THEATRE [Whitby Courthouse Theatre]  

K
KEY FOR TWO
Harriet, a divorcee living in an elegant flat in Brighton, solves her financial problems by entertaining two married gentlemen callers on different days of the week. The scheme faces collapse when her friend Anne, whose marriage is tottering, arrives at the flat hotly pursued by her husband. One of Harriet's lovers is confined to her bed with a sprained ankle and the second lover turns up unexpectedly, closely followed by two irate wives in search of their itinerant husbands. The indescribable confusion that ensues builds to a rich complexity of mistaken identity, splendidly farcical situations and a climax of comic wizardry
  KEY FOR TWO a Comedy by John Chapman & Dave Freeman 
  2014/2015        
  2015 Jul:  SCARBOROUGH PLAYERS [Scarborough Village Theatre]  

KIMBERLY AKIMBO
Set in the wilds of suburban New Jersey, "Kimberly Akimbo" is a hilarious and heartrending play about a teenager with a rare condition causing her body to age faster than it should. When she and her family flee Secaucus under dubious circumstances, Kimberly is forced to reevaluate her life while contending with a hypochondriac mother, a rarely-sober father, a scam-artist aunt, her own mortality and, most terrifying of all, the possibility of first love.
  KIMBERLY AKIMBO a Comedy by David Lindsay-Abaire 
  2014/2015        
  2015 Feb:  THEATRE AURORA [Theatre Aurora]  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Joanna Megraw  
      Nom  | Best Set Design | Holly Williamson  

THE KING AND I
It is 1862 in Siam when an English widow, Anna Leonowens, and her young son arrive at the Royal Palace in Bangkok, having been summoned by the King to serve as tutor to his many children and wives. The King is largely considered to be a barbarian by those in the West, and he seeks Anna's assistance in changing his image, if not his ways. With both keeping a firm grip on their respective traditions and values, Anna and the King grow to understand and, eventually, respect one another, in a truly unique love story. Along with the dazzling score, the incomparable Jerome Robbins ballet, 'The Small House of Uncle Thomas,' is one of the all-time marvels of the musical stage.
  KING AND I, THE a Musical by Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein II (based on ) 
  2010/2011        
  2010 Nov:  OSHAWA LITTLE THEATRE [Oshawa Little Theatre]  
      THEA | Best Set Design | James Plaus & Nikki Edwards  
      THEA | Best Costume Design | Brenda Clarkson  
      Nom  | Best Production | Joan Milburn & Geoff Milburn, Co-Producers  
      Nom  | Best Director | Janet Stevenson  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Carlos Finch as "The King"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Catherine Uy as "Tuptim"  
      Nom  | Best Choregraphy | Cary Nicholson  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design | Colin Hughes  
  2014/2015        
  2014 Oct:  SCARBOROUGH MUSIC THEATRE [Scarborough Village Theatre]  
      THEA | Best Stage Manager | Wendy Miller  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Richard Kwong as "The King"  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design | David Buffham  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #3 - Musical: Outstanding Youth Performer | Jeffrey Ke as "Prince Chulolongkorn"  

KISS ME, KATE
The director and actor Fred Graham and the composer Cole Porter invite the talented but spoiled actress Lilli Vanessi to perform Katherine in his musical version of "The Taming of the Shrew", where Fred has the lead role of Petruchio. Fred and Lili are divorced and he has also invited his affair, the promiscuous Lois Lane, to perform Bianca. While they are preparing for the opening night, Lois' boyfriend Bill Calhoun, who performs Lucentio in the play, tells to Lois that he lost a large amount gambling and he signed a bill (promissory note) using the name of Fred. Out of the blue, two gangsters come to the backstage to collect the debt from Fred. Meanwhile Fred and Lilli have the same behavior in real life of Katherine and Petruchio on the stage. In the intermission, Lilli tells that she will leave the play; however, Fred lures the gangsters to keep Lilli acting.
  KISS ME, KATE a Musical by Cole Porter & Samuel Spewack & Bella Spewack & from Shakespeare The Taming of the Shrew 
  2010/2011        
  2011 Jan:  ONSTAGE UXBRIDGE [Uxbridge Music Hall]  
      Nom  | Best Director | Carey Nicholson  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Joanna Megraw as "Lilli Vanessi / Kate"  

KISS THE MOON, KISS THE SUN
A pregnant young woman and a disabled man meet at a bus stop and begin a friendship that will change their lives forever.
  KISS THE MOON, KISS THE SUN a Comedy by Norm Foster 
  2015/2016        
  2016 Jan:  THE BLACKHORSE VILLAGE PLAYERS [Blackhorse Theatre, Caledon]  
  2016/2017        
  2017 Apr:  GEORGETOWN LITTLE THEATRE [John Elliott Theatre, Georgetown]  

KITCHEN WITCHES
The Kitchen Witches is all about Dolly Biddle and Isobel Lomax, whose individual cable cooking shows, “Baking with Babcha” and “Busy with Izzy” have been cancelled by the network. But during the final broadcast of Dolly's show, Izzy shows up with a spite on. The sparks fly between the two women, the barbs dig and the producers love it! Presto: a new cooking show, “The Kitchen Witches” is born! By the time “The Kitchen Witches” hits the air, the food takes a backseat to the snarling on stage. The show becomes a ratings smash hit as Dolly and Isobel top both Martha Stewart and Jerry Springer!
  KITCHEN WITCHES a Comedy by Caroline Smith 
  2010/2011        
  2011 Feb:  SOUTH SIMCOE THEATRE [Old Town Hall, Cookstown]  
  2011/2012        
  2012 Apr:  MARKHAM LITTLE THEATRE [Flato Markham Theatre for the Performing Arts]  
  2012/2013        
  2013 Apr:  BURL-OAK THEATRE GROUP [Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts]  
  2013/2014        
  2014 Mar:  THE BLACKHORSE VILLAGE PLAYERS [Blackhorse Theatre, Caledon]  

KNICKERS, A BRIEF COMEDY
The paper mill that long propped up the economy of Elliston Falls has been shut down, sending the town spiraling into an economic depression. When a chipper but overwhelmed tourism officer arrives to lend a hand, she discovers an unlikely business partnership in the three brassy friends that make up the local chapter of Weight Watchers. Could the ladies' plan for a custom underwear business (complete with giant knickers as a roadside attraction) really be the town's salvation? This hilariously irreverent comedy celebrates determination, entrepreneurial spirit, and the willingness to bare it all.
  KNICKERS, A BRIEF COMEDY a Comedy by Sarah Quick 
  2015/2016        
  2016 Jun:  STOUFFVILLE THEATRE COMPANY [Parkview Village Auditorium, Whitchurch-Stouffville]  

THE KOMAGATA MARU INCIDENT
The play is based on the true story of a Japanese freighter, named the Komagata Maru, carrying 376 immigrants to Canada from the Punjab in 1914. It was prevented from docking in Vancouver by government officials. After a standoff of seven weeks, the ship returned to India, leaving behind only twenty passengers who could prove former residence in Canada. The repercussions were a riot in India, a radicalization of Sikhs in Vancouver, the murder of the official who oversaw the exclusion, and the execution of his Sikh assassin. As Pollock says in her program note: "By the early 1900s, the Canadian government believed it had devised an airtight method to virtually exclude immigration from Asia" – by prohibiting the landing of immigrants who came by other than continuous passage from the embarkation point.
  KOMAGATA MARU INCIDENT, THE a Drama by Sharon Pollock 
  2014/2015        
  2015 Mar:  DURHAM SHOESTRING PERFORMERS [Arts Resource Centre, Oshawa]  

L
THE LADIES FOURSOME
The day after their friend Catherine’s funeral, Margot, Tate, and Connie gather for a round of golf in honour of their recently departed fourth. At the gold course they are joined by another woman, an old friend of Catherine’s they’d never met. Over the course of eighteen holes, secrets and confessions unravel as the women discuss love, sex, children, and everything in between.
  LADIES FOURSOME, THE a Comedy by Norm Foster  
  2017/2018        
  2018 Jan:  THE BLACKHORSE VILLAGE PLAYERS [Blackhorse Theatre, Caledon]  

LADY WINDERMERE'S FAN
The story concerns Lady Windermere, who discovers that her husband may be having an affair with another woman. She confronts her husband but he instead invites the other woman, Mrs Erlynne, to his wife's birthday ball. Angered by her husband's unfaithfulness, Lady Windermere leaves her husband for another lover. After discovering what has transpired, Mrs Erlynne follows Lady Windermere and attempts to persuade her to return to her husband and in the course of this, Mrs Erlynne is discovered in a compromising position. It is then revealed Mrs Erlynne is Lady Windermere’s mother, who abandoned her family twenty years before the time the play is set. Mrs Erlynne sacrifices herself and her reputation in order to save her daughter's marriage.
  LADY WINDERMERE'S FAN a Comedy by Oscar Wilde 
  2014/2015        
  2014 Sep:  THE BLOOR WEST VILLAGE PLAYERS [Village Playhouse, Toronto]  

THE LARAMIE PROJECT
  LARAMIE PROJECT, THE a Drama by Moises Kaufman 
  2011/2012        
  2012 Jan:  THEATRE AURORA [Theatre Aurora]  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #3 - Drama: Superb Ensemble Work by a Company | The Company  
      THEA | Best Director | Sergio Calderon  
      THEA | Best Lighting Design | Joey Ferguson  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design | Kevin Jung  
      Nom  | Best Production | Steve Wolfer, Producer  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Laurie Campbell as "Rebecca Hilliker, Reggie Fleuty, et. al."  

THE LARAMIE PROJECT: TEN YEARS LATER
  LARAMIE PROJECT: TEN YEARS LATER, THE a Drama by Moises Kaufman 
  2012/2013        
  2013 Jun:  THEATRE AURORA [Theatre Aurora]  

THE LAST RESORT
A musical/murder-mystery/comedy written with Leslie Arden. An off-the-wall spoof about a New York restaurateur on the run from the mob. He finds himself at a run-down hotel in Saskatchewan, where everyone who checks in could be the hitman who's out to get him.
  LAST RESORT, THE a Musical by Norm Foster & Leslie Arden 
  2012/2013        
  2012 Nov:  THEATRE AURORA [Theatre Aurora]  
      THEA | Best Costume Design | Kae Ferraro  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | Brian Hargan as "Trent Balfour"  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award - "Most Impressive Ensemble/Chorus" | The Entire Cast  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award - Cohesive and Comprehensive Realisation of The Director's Vision | The Company  
      Nom  | Best Musical Director | Michael Leach  
  2016/2017        
  2016 Nov:  THE CURTAIN CLUB [Curtain Club Theatre, Richmond Hill]  
      Nom  | Best Canadian Production - Musical | Phyllis Anderson, Producer  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design - Musical | Heather Nutt-Christensen  

LAST OF THE RED HOT LOVERS
Middle-aged and married, overworked and overweight, Barney Cashman wants to join the sexual revolution before it's too late and arranges three seductions: the first, Elaine Navazio proves to be a foul-mouthed bundle of neuroses; Bobbi Michele is next, a 20-ish actress who's too kooky by half; finally comes September and Jeanette Fisher, a gloomy, depressed housewife who happens to be married to Barney's best friend.
  LAST OF THE RED HOT LOVERS a Comedy by Neil Simon 
  2010/2011        
  2011 Jun:  MISSISSAUGA PLAYERS THEATRE GROUP [Clarke Memorial Hall, Port Credit]  
  2011/2012        
  2012 Apr:  TIPLING STAGE COMPANY [Grace Tipling Concert Hall, Shelburne]  

LAUGHTER ON THE 23RD FLOOR
Inspired by the playwright's youthful experience as a staff writer on Sid Caesar's Your Show of Shows, with all the attendant comic drama as the harried writing staff frantically scrambles to top each other with gags while competing for the attention of star madman "Max Prince".
  LAUGHTER ON THE 23RD FLOOR a Comedy by Neil Simon 

LAURA
  LAURA a Drama by Vera Caspary & George Sklar 
  2010/2011        
  2010 Nov:  THE BLOOR WEST VILLAGE PLAYERS [Village Playhouse, Toronto]  

LEADING LADIES
In this hilarious comedy, we meet an elderly lady on her deathbed who is looking for two relatives, Max and Steve, whom she has not seen since she was a child. She plans to bestow her fortune upon them, to be shared with her one remaining niece, Meg. Enter Jack and Leo, two down-on-their-luck Shakespearean actors. Jack and Leo plot to pose as the missing nephews and arrive in time to claim their inheritance. Imagine their surprise when they discover that Max and Steve are really Maxine and Stephanie! The laughs increase as confusion runs amok, right up to the happy ending when “All’s well that ends well.”
  LEADING LADIES a Comedy by Ken Ludwig 
  2010/2011        
  2011 Apr:  WHITBY COURTHOUSE THEATRE [Whitby Courthouse Theatre]  
  2013/2014        
  2014 Jan:  BURL-OAK THEATRE GROUP [Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts]  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | Anthony Rella as "Jack"  
      Nom  | Best Production | Micki Clemens, Producer  
      Nom  | Best Director | Lana Borsellino  
      Nom  | Best Stage Manager | Penny Oliver  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Kate Park as "Meg Snider"  
  2014/2015        
  2015 Apr:  MARIPOSA ARTS THEATRE FOUNDATION [Orillia Opera House - Studio Theatre]  

LEAVING HOME
In Leaving Home we are introduced to the Mercer family, immigrants from Newfoundland to Toronto, struggling to find their way in the late 1950s. Ben has just graduated from high school, and his brother Billy’s wedding is imminent. But conflicts with their volatile father, Jacob, threaten to destroy the family and the life they’ve carved out for themselves.
  LEAVING HOME a Drama by David French 
  2011/2012        
  2012 Feb:  MARIPOSA ARTS THEATRE FOUNDATION [Orillia Opera House - Studio Theatre]  

LEGALLY BLONDE
It tells the story of Elle Woods, a sorority girl who enrolls at Harvard Law School to win back her ex-boyfriend Warner. She discovers how her knowledge of the law can help others, and successfully defends exercise queen Brooke Wyndham in a murder trial.
  LEGALLY BLONDE a Musical by Laurence O'Keefe & Nell Benjamin & Heather Hach & from novel by Amanda Brown 
  2013/2014        
  2013 Nov:  CLARKSON MUSIC THEATRE [Meadowvale Theatre, Mississauga]  
      THEA | Best Director | Renee Beiforte  
      THEA | Best Set Design | Bruce Brown  
      Nom  | Best Musical Director | Jenny Peace  
      Nom  | Best Choreographer | Renee Beiforte  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Emilie Westbrook as "Elle Woods"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Heidi Cyfko as "Paulette Bonafonte"  
  2016/2017        
  2017 Apr:  OSHAWA LITTLE THEATRE [Oshawa Little Theatre]  
  2017 Apr:  CURTAIN CALL PLAYERS [Fairview Library Theatre, North York]  

LEND ME A TENOR
What do you do when the world-famous Italian tenor you've hired for your local production of Othello is indisposed? Cover it up of course! Dress up some hapless amateur to take his place, and make sure nobody finds out – especially ALL those women who want to sleep with the star!!!
  LEND ME A TENOR a Comedy by Ken Ludwig 
  2010/2011        
  2011 Jan:  THE CURTAIN CLUB [Curtain Club Theatre, Richmond Hill]  
      Nom  | Best Director | Brian J. Moore  
  2011/2012        
  2012 Apr:  THE BLOOR WEST VILLAGE PLAYERS [Village Playhouse, Toronto]  
  2012/2013        
  2013 May:  SCARBOROUGH THEATRE GUILD [Scarborough Village Theatre]  
  2017/2018        
  2017 Oct:  THEATRE ETOBICOKE [Assembly Hall, Etobicoke]  

LENIN'S EMBALMERS
Canadian playwright Vern Thiessen's take on history is a remarkably frisky one as he tells the tale of Boris Zbarsky and Vladimir Vorobiov, the two scientists chosen by Stalin to embalm Lenin after his death in 1924. Stalin's orders were simple: "To keep the dream of the revolution alive" and "Immortalize Communism!" The two embalmers, who are coincidentally Jewish, know that they must devise something never achieved before, with the rewards of power and wealth if successful or elimination if they are not. Based on the book of the same title by Boris' son Ilya and Samuel Hutchinson, Thiessen's rendition of events is initially playful, skipping through detailed exposition with intelligence and humor. Even as the play darkens and the monstrosity of Stalin's totalitarian state is revealed, the drama is never less than engrossing. While Thiessen's concept of history is entertainingly theatrical, it also seems oddly authentic.
  LENIN'S EMBALMERS a Comedy by Vern Thiessen 
  2013/2014        
  2014 Mar:  THE CURTAIN CLUB [Curtain Club Theatre, Richmond Hill]  
      THEA*| Best Production | Jo Ann Warren, Producer  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Phil Dionne as "Boris Zbarsky"  
      THEA | Best Sound Design | John Hunter  
      Nom  | Best Director | Joan Burrows  
      Nom  | Best Stage Manager | Sharon Dykstra  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Tamara Van Bakel as "Nadia 1, 2, and 3"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | Fabian Levy-Hara as "Stalin"  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design | Mary Jane Boon and David Rhodes  
      Nom  | Best Set Design | Wayne Milliner and Alice Torrance  

LES BELLES SOEURS
  LES BELLES SOEURS a Comedy by Michel Tremblay & translated by John Van Burerk and Bill Glassco 
  2012/2013        
  2013 Feb:  THEATRE AURORA [Theatre Aurora]  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Laurie Campbell as "Marie-Ange Brouillette"  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award - "Play Choice" | The Company  
  2015/2016        
  2016 Feb:  OSHAWA LITTLE THEATRE [Oshawa Little Theatre]  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Barb Clifford as "Rose"  
      THEA | Best Costume Design | Lisa Lynch  
      Nom  | Best Stage Manager | Ellie Patte  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #1 - Drama: Outstanding Acting Ensemble | Cast  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #2 - Drama: Props | Linda Forget  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #3 - Drama: Production Design | Graeme Powell & Carey Nicholson  
  2016/2017        
  2016 Sep:  THE BLOOR WEST VILLAGE PLAYERS [Village Playhouse, Toronto]  

LES LIAISONS DANGEREUSES
The Marquise de Merteuil and the Vicomte de Valmont, are rivals who use sex as a weapon of humiliation and degradation, all the while enjoying their cruel games. Their targets are the virtuous (and married) Madame de Tourvel and Cécile de Volanges, a young girl who has fallen in love with her music tutor, the Chevalier Danceny. In order to gain their trust, Merteuil and Valmont pretend to help the secret lovers so they can use them later in their own treacherous schemes.
  LES LIAISONS DANGEREUSES a Drama by Christopher Hampton & from the novel by Pierre Choderlos de Laclos 
  2013/2014        
  2013 Sep:  THE BLOOR WEST VILLAGE PLAYERS [Village Playhouse, Toronto]  
  2016/2017        
  2016 Nov:  AMICUS PRODUCTIONS [Papermill Theatre at Todmorden Mills, Toronto]  
      THEA | Best Costume Design - Drama | Lindsay Forde  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #4 - Drama: Memorable Moments in Festival - Acting & Direction | Seduction of Cecile Scene  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #3 - Drama: Effective Scene Changes & Transitions | The Production Team  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #2 - Drama: Acting Duo - Chemistry in Onstage Relationships | Renee Cullen "La Marquise De Merteuil" & Chris Coculuzzi as "Le Vicomte De Valmont"  

LES MISERABLES
Beginning with Inspector Javert’s opening words, “You are free,” Jean Valjean leaves Toulon prison after serving nineteen years for stealing a loaf of bread. With nowhere to go and rejected by everyone he meets, Valjean once again turns to theft, only this time he is shown an act of mercy by a kindly priest who sees in the struggling beggar a glimmer of hope. Humbled by the priest’s kindness, Valjean violates his parole and dedicates his life to goodness and to helping others. Meanwhile, Valjean is pursued by Inspector Javert, whose relentless dedication to the law requires he bring the ex-convict to justice for breaking his parole.
  LES MISERABLES a Musical by Claude-Michel Schonberg & Alain Boublil & Jean-Marc Natel & Herbert Kretzmer & from Victor Hugo 
  2014/2015        
  2014 Oct:  ETOBICOKE MUSICAL PRODUCTIONS [Meadowvale Theatre, Mississauga]  
  2014 Nov:  BRAMPTON MUSIC THEATRE [Rose Theatre, Brampton]  
      THEA | Best Musical Director | Sharon Vandrish  
      THEA | Best Production | Grace Gauvin & Jeff Jacobs, Producers  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | Joe Gomes as "M. Thenardier"  
      Nom  | Best Director | John Thomas  
      Nom  | Best Set Design | Brad Bryson, Steve Santos Botelho, & John Thomas  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design | Grace Gauvin  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design | Matt Duncan  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #1 - Musical: Outstanding Onstage Pairing/Team | Malakai Fox as "ValJean" & John DePinto as "Javert"  
  2014 Nov:  OSHAWA LITTLE THEATRE [Oshawa Little Theatre]  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Alexandra Saul as "Eponine"  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design | Brenda Clarkson  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #1 - Musical: Outstanding Onstage Pairing/Team | Chris Daniel as "ValJean" & John Mallett as "Javert"  
  2015 Feb:  KEMPENFELT COMMUNITY PLAYERS [Georgian Theatre, Barrie]  
      Nom  | Best Musical Director | Edwina Doluglas  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Michael MacVittie as Jean Valjean  

LET'S MURDER MARSHA
A happy housewife named Marsha, hopelessly addicted to reading murder mysteries overhears her loving husband discussing her upcoming birthday surprise with an interior decorator. To her ears, though, it sounds like they are planning to murder her! With the assistance of her next door neighbor she tries to turn the tables on them with a poisoned potion. When her own mother shows up for her birthday a day early, Marsha thinks she is in on the diabolical scheme. When her maid's date, a policeman, shows up to take the maid out, Marsha think he is on to her poisoning attempt. Well, finally, just when you would think all this would be cleared up, Marsha's intended victims discover what she has supposed, and decide to teach her a lesson by actually pretending to be murderers.
  LET'S MURDER MARSHA a Comedy by Monk Ferris 
  2015/2016        
  2015 Nov:  MILTON PLAYERS THEATRE GROUP [Milton Centre For The Arts]  
      Nom  | Best Stage Manager | Susan Cranford  

LETTICE AND LOVAGE
Lettice Duffet, an expert on Elizabethan cuisine and medieval weaponry, is an indefatigable but daffy enthusiast of history and the theatre. As a tour guide at Fustian House, one of the least stately of London's stately homes, she theatrically embellishes its historical past, ultimately coming up on the radar of Lotte Schon, an inspector from the Preservation Trust. Neither impressed or entertained by Lettice's freewheeling history lessons, Schon fires her. Not one however, to go without a fight, Lettice engages the stoic, conventional Lotte in battle to the death of all that is sacred to the Empire and the crown. This hit by the author of Equus and Amadeus featured a triumphant award-winning performance by Dame Maggie Smith in London and on Broadway.
  LETTICE AND LOVAGE a Comedy by Peter Shaffer  
  2011/2012        
  2011 Oct:  EAST SIDE PLAYERS [Papermill Theatre at Todmorden Mills, Toronto]  
      THEA | Best Set Design | David August  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Malorie Mandolids as "Lotte Schoen"  
      Nom  | Best Production | Valerie Abels, Producer  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Heather Goodall as "Lettice"  
  2017/2018        
  2017 Oct:  BORELIANS COMMUNITY THEATRE [Town Hall 1873, Port Perry]  

THE LIAR
Paris, 1643. Dorante is a charming young man newly arrived in the capital, and he has but a single flaw: He cannot tell the truth. In quick succession he meets Cliton, a manservant who cannot tell a lie, and falls in love with Clarice, a charming young woman whom he unfortunately mistakes for her friend Lucrece. What our hero regrettably does not know is that Clarice is secretly engaged to his best friend Alcippe. Nor is he aware that his father is trying to get him married to Clarice, whom he thinks is Lucrece, who actually is in love with him. From all these misunderstandings and a series of breathtakingly intricate lies springs one of the Western world's greatest comedies, a sparkling urban romance as fresh as the day Pierre Corneille wrote it, brilliantly adapted for today by All in the Timing's David Ives.
  LIAR, THE a Comedy by Pierre Corneille & David Ives (adapted from "Le Menteur" by Pierre Corneille) 
  2017/2018        
  2018 Jan:  THE BLOOR WEST VILLAGE PLAYERS [Village Playhouse, Toronto]  

THE LION IN WINTER
  LION IN WINTER, THE a Drama by James Goldman 
  2010/2011        
  2010 Oct:  AMICUS PRODUCTIONS [Fairview Library Theatre, North York]  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Malorie Mandolidis as "Eleanor of Aquitaine"  
      Nom  | Best Director | Anne Harper  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Michael Hiller as "Henry II, King of England"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | David Borwick as "Richard, Coeur de Lion"  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design | Shannah Davison  
  2011/2012        
  2011 Oct:  GEORGETOWN LITTLE THEATRE [Acton Heritage Town Hall]  
      THEA | Best Lighting Design | Michelle Emson  
      THEA | Best Costume Design | Pamela Curtis & Anthea Hoare  
      Nom  | Best Director | Andrew Humeniuk  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Ken Smith as "Henry II"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Anthea Hoare as "Eleanor of Aquitaine"  

THE LION KING JR. - DISNEY'S
The African savannah comes to life on your stage with Simba, Rafiki and an unforgettable cast of characters as they journey from Pride Rock to the jungle... and back again, in this inspiring, coming-of-age tale.
  LION KING JR. - DISNEY'S, THE a Musical by Tim Rice, Elton John, Roger Allers & Irene Mecchi (and Will Van Dyke, Lebo M, Mark Mancina, Jay Rifkin) 
  2016/2017        
  2017 Apr:  LP STAGE PRODUCTIONS [Grace Tipling Concert Hall, Shelburne]  

THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE
Joseph Robinette’s adaptation of C.S. Lewis’s children's classic is a fast paced story that cuts straight to the chase and throws the four children into never-to-be-forgotten Narnia. The action features chases, duels and escapes as the witch is determined to keep Narnia in her possession and to end the reign of Aslan. This story of love, faith, courage and giving, with its triumph of good over evil, is a true celebration of life.
  LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE, THE a Drama by Joseph Robinette & from C.S. Lewis 
  2012/2013        
  2013 Mar:  PEEL PANTO PLAYERS [Lester B. Pearson Theatre, Brampton]  

LITTLE GEM
  LITTLE GEM a Comedy by Elaine Murphy  
  2017/2018        
  2018 Feb:  TORONTO IRISH PLAYERS [Alumnae Theatre, Toronto]  

THE LITTLE MERMAID - DISNEY'S
Ariel, King Triton's youngest daughter, wishes to pursue the human Prince Eric in the world above, bargaining with the evil sea witch, Ursula, to trade her tail for legs. But the bargain is not what it seems, and Ariel needs the help of her colorful friends, Flounder the fish, Scuttle the seagull and Sebastian the crab to restore order under the sea.
  LITTLE MERMAID - DISNEY'S, THE a Musical by Alan Menken, Howard Ashman, Glenn Slater & Doug Wright (based on Disney Film) 
  2015/2016        
  2016 Jan:  ORANGEVILLE MUSIC THEATRE [Orangeville Town Hall Opera House]  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Lucinda Silva as "Ursula"  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design | Bobbi Ferguson  
  2016/2017        
  2017 Jan:  THEATRE UNLIMITED [Meadowvale Theatre, Mississauga]  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #4 - Musical: Outstanding Orchestra | The Orchestra  
      Nom  | Best Musical Director - Musical | Kevin Little  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role - Musical | Meagan MacPherson as "Ariel"  
      Nom  | Best Set Design - Musical | Michael Buchert & Gloria Buchert  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #3 - Musical: Projection Design | Michael Buchert, Tom Hope, Sabrina Kell, & Gary Wilson  
  2017 Mar:  BRAMPTON MUSIC THEATRE [Rose Theatre, Brampton]  
      THEA | Best Costume Design - Musical | Grace Gauvin  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #3 - Musical: Projection Design | Rachel Walker  
      Nom  | Best Director - Musical | Steven Botelho  
      Nom  | Best Choreographer - Musical | Stephanie Gemmell  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role - Musical | Jenna DiMarco as "Ariel"  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design - Musical | Jag Panesar  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design - Musical | Kyle Porter  

THE LITTLE MERMAID JR. - DISNEY'S
In a magical underwater kingdom, the beautiful young mermaid, Ariel, longs to leave her ocean home – and her fins – behind and live in the world above. But first, she'll have to defy her father, King Triton, make a deal with the evil sea witch, Ursula, and convince the handsome Prince Eric that she's the girl whose enchanting voice he's been seeking.
  LITTLE MERMAID JR. - DISNEY'S, THE a Musical by Alan Menken, Howard Ashman, Glenn Slater & Doug Wright (based Disney Film) 
  2016/2017        
  2016 Nov:  KEMPENFELT COMMUNITY PLAYERS [Georgian Theatre, Barrie]  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #1 - Musical: Outstanding Youth Ensemble | The Ensemble  

LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD
  LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD a Comedy by Bev Nicholas  
  2014/2015        
  2014 Nov:  TIPLING STAGE COMPANY [Grace Tipling Concert Hall, Shelburne]  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #4 - Musical: Cohesive and Comprehensive Realization of The Director's Vision | Company  

LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD
Once upon a time, there was a dear little girl who was loved by everyone who looked at her, but most of all by her grandmother - there was nothing that she would not have given to the child. Once, she gave her a little riding hood of red velvet, which suited her so well that she would never wear anything else; so she was always called "Little Red Riding Hood".
  LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD a Comedy by Tina Burbridge & Robert Burbridge  
  2014/2015        
  2014 Nov:  PEEL PANTO PLAYERS [Lester B. Pearson Theatre, Brampton]  

LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS
Little Shop of Horrors is a delectable sci-fi horror musical with an electrifying 1960s pop/rock score by Alan Menken and Howard Ashman. Seymour Krelborn is a meek and dejected assistant at a floral shop who happens upon a strange plant, which he affectionately names "Audrey II" after his crush at the shop. Little does he know that this strange and unusual plant will develop a soulful R&B voice, a potty mouth, and an unquenchable thirst for HUMAN BLOOD. As Audrey II grows bigger and meaner, the carnivorous plant promises limitless fame and fortune to Seymour, as long as he continues providing a fresh supply of blood. Just when it's too late, Seymour discovers Audrey II's extra-terrestrial origins and his true drive for world-domination.
  LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS a Musical Comedy by Alan Menken & Howard Ashman  
  2016/2017        
  2017 Mar:  ONSTAGE UXBRIDGE [Uxbridge Music Hall]  
      THEA | Best Director - Musical | Michael Winn Johnson  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role - Musical | Robyn Leigh Cobham as "Audrey"  
      THEA | Best Sound Design - Musical | Tanner Ferris  
      Nom  | Best Production - Musical | Tanner Ferris & Cheryl Atwood, Producers  
      Nom  | Best Musical Director - Musical | Michelle Charrette  
      Nom  | Best Stage Manager - Musical | Christine Scott  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role - Musical | Jay Da Costa as "Seymour"  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #4 - Musical: Outstanding Orchestra | The Orchestra  
  2017 Apr:  SOUTH SIMCOE THEATRE [Old Town Hall, Cookstown]  
  2017/2018        
  2018 Apr:  BURL-OAK THEATRE GROUP [Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts]  

LITTLE WOMEN
  LITTLE WOMEN a Musical by Jason Howland & Mindi Dickstein & Allan Knee & from Louisa May Alcott 
  2011/2012        
  2011 Nov:  THE QUEENSVILLE PLAYERS [Stephen Leacock Theatre, Keswick]  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #2 - Musical: Best Ensemble Performance | The Company  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Amanda Franklin as "Beth"  
      Nom  | Best Musical Director | Michael Leach  
  2013/2014        
  2014 Feb:  SCARBOROUGH MUSIC THEATRE [Scarborough Village Theatre]  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Katie Wise as "Jo"  
      Nom  | Best Director | Michael Jones  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Laurie Hurst as "Marmee"  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design | Matt Hyslop  

LOFTY LARCENY ( HAUT VOL)
  LOFTY LARCENY ( HAUT VOL) a Comedy by Bruno Lacroix 

LONDON SUITE
This four-part comedy is set in a deluxe London hotel, which is a sedate place until the guests check in. In succession, the suite is occupied by an inebriated Welsh writer who is holding his long time business manager at gun point, by an American widow and her daughter in England to buy shoes, by a married couple from New York who have lost their tickets to Wimbledon, and by a couple who are now divorced and are seeing each other for the first time in years.
  LONDON SUITE a Comedy by Neil Simon 
  2013/2014        
  2014 Jan:  SOUTH SIMCOE THEATRE [Old Town Hall, Cookstown]  

THE LONESOME WEST
  LONESOME WEST, THE a Comedy by Martin McDonagh 
  2011/2012        
  2012 Feb:  TORONTO IRISH PLAYERS [Alumnae Theatre, Toronto]  
      THEA | Best Production | Geraldine Browne, Producer  
      THEA | Best Director | Jim Ivers  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Ronan P. Byrne as "Coleman Connor"  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design | Rodel Manoy  
      Nom  | Best Set Design | Rodel Manoy  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Katharine O’Brien as "Girleen"  

THE LONG WEEKEND
A hilarious comedy of truths and lies that come to the surface when Roger & Abby go to visit Max & Wynn for a pleasurable weekend at their lovely home in the country. During the visit, we find out that things are not as they appear. Norm Foster’s look at love and marriage keeps you laughing all the way to the final curtain.
  LONG WEEKEND, THE a Comedy by Norm Foster 
  2010/2011        
  2011 Apr:  THE BLOOR WEST VILLAGE PLAYERS [Village Playhouse, Toronto]  
  2012/2013        
  2012 Sep:  THE CURTAIN CLUB [Curtain Club Theatre, Richmond Hill]  

LOOKING
Val’s an OR nurse, Andy’s in the storage business, Nina’s a police officer and Matt’s a radio morning show host. They’re middle-aged, single and looking. Val agrees to meet Andy after answering his personal ad in the newspaper. Nina and Matt are coaxed into joining their friends for support. High romance and contagious laughter are the result.
  LOOKING a Comedy by Norm Foster 
  2010/2011        
  2011 Feb:  MARIPOSA ARTS THEATRE FOUNDATION [Orillia Opera House - Studio Theatre]  
  2011/2012        
  2012 Apr:  GEORGETOWN LITTLE THEATRE [Acton Heritage Town Hall]  
  2012/2013        
  2013 Jun:  THE BLACKHORSE VILLAGE PLAYERS [Blackhorse Theatre, Caledon]  
  2013/2014        
  2013 Sep:  SCARBOROUGH PLAYERS [Scarborough Village Theatre]  
  2014/2015        
  2015 Feb:  MILTON PLAYERS THEATRE GROUP [Milton Centre For The Arts]  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Deanna Palazzo as "Nina"  
  2016/2017        
  2016 Sep:  MARKHAM LITTLE THEATRE [Flato Markham Theatre for the Performing Arts]  

LORD ARTHUR SAVILE'S CRIME
  LORD ARTHUR SAVILE'S CRIME a Comedy by Constance Fox & from Oscar Wilde 
  2011/2012        
  2011 Nov:  THE BLOOR WEST VILLAGE PLAYERS [Village Playhouse, Toronto]  

LOST IN YONKERS
"Lost in Yonkers" is the coming-of-age tale of Jay Kurnitz left in the care of his grandmother and Aunt Bella in Yonkers, New York. Distraught Jay is also called upon to raise his younger brother, Arty. Grandma is a severe, frightfully-intimidating immigrant who terrified her children as they were growing up, damaging each of them to varying degrees. Jay must spend a year in the midst of the turmoil throughout the household. He encourages Bella to stand up to Grandma. When she does so, she moves away from Yonkers, leaving Jay and Arty in the house to put up with Grandma’s abuse alone. Emotionally drained, Jay must come to terms with his life in Yonkers.
  LOST IN YONKERS a Comedy by Neil Simon 
  2010/2011        
  2010 Nov:  THEATRE ETOBICOKE [Assembly Hall, Etobicoke]  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | Derek Perks as "Uncle Louie"  
  2014/2015        
  2015 Apr:  THEATRE AURORA [Theatre Aurora]  

LOVE BY THE BOLT
  LOVE BY THE BOLT a Comedy by George Feydeau & trans.&adapted by J. Paul Marcoux 
  2011/2012        
  2011 Nov:  MISSISSAUGA PLAYERS THEATRE GROUP [Maja Prentice Theatre, Mississauga]  

LOVE LETTERS
Tracing the lifelong correspondence of the staid, dutiful lawyer Andrew Makepeace Ladd III and the lively, unstable artist Melissa Gardner, the story of their bittersweet relationship gradually unfolds from what is written—and what is left unsaid—in their letters. A smash hit both off and on Broadway, Love Letters captures Andy and Melissa with a precision of detail and depth of feeling that only Gurney can command.
  LOVE LETTERS a Drama by A. R. Gurney 
  2016/2017        
  2016 Sep:  THEATRE AURORA [Theatre Aurora]  

LOVE'S A LUXURY
  LOVE'S A LUXURY a Comedy by Guy Paxton & Edward V. Hoile 
  2011/2012        
  2012 Jul:  SCARBOROUGH THEATRE GUILD [Scarborough Village Theatre]  

LUCKY STIFF
Based on the novel, The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo by Michael Butterworth, Lucky Stiff is an offbeat, hilarious murder mystery farce, complete with mistaken identities, six million bucks in diamonds and a corpse in a wheelchair. The story revolves around an unassuming English shoe salesman who is forced to take the embalmed body of his recently murdered uncle on a vacation to Monte Carlo. Should he succeed in passing his uncle off as alive, Harry Witherspoon stands to inherit $6,000,000. If not, the money goes to the Universal Dog Home of Brooklyn... or else his uncle's gun-toting ex!
  LUCKY STIFF a Musical by Lynn Ahrens & Stephen Flaherty (Based on the novel, The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo by Michael Butterworth) 
  2010/2011        
  2010 Nov:  SOUTH SIMCOE THEATRE [Old Town Hall, Cookstown]  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #2 - Musical: Innovation In Set Design | Christine Luck  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Anne Johnston as "Rita La Porta"  

LUCY
A world-renowned and much-respected anthropologist, Vivian is most comfortable in her world of quiet solitude, balking at even the smallest of interactions with the outside world. Her life is abruptly changed, however, when her ex-husband shows up and asks Vivian to reassume custody of their thirteen-year-old autistic daughter, Lucy, while he settles into life with his new bride. Overwhelmed by the particulars of Lucy's care and unable at first to connect with her daughter, Vivian soon realizes that she and Lucy are more alike than she ever could have expected - a revelation that has powerful and disturbing consequences. A stirring play about forgiveness, about the struggle to define what is "normal" and the newfound love between a mother and a daughter.
  LUCY a Drama by Damien Atkins 
  2011/2012        
  2012 Mar:  DURHAM SHOESTRING PERFORMERS [Durham Shoestring Performers, Oshawa]  
  2015/2016        
  2016 Mar:  THEATRE AURORA [Theatre Aurora]  
      THEA | Best Sound Design | Nathan Soini  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Hayley Ferguson as "Julia"  

M
M. BUTTERFLY
A French diplomat seduces, and is in turn seduced by, a Chinese opera singer who is a spy for the Communists. This daring play is based on an actual criminal case.
  M. BUTTERFLY a Drama by David Henry Hwang 
  2012/2013        
  2013 Mar:  SCARBOROUGH THEATRE GUILD [Scarborough Village Theatre]  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award - "Overall Visual Impact" | Andy Pandoff (Set Design), Andra Bradish (Costume Coordinator), Alison Overington (Set Décor & Front of House Display)  
      Nom  | Best Stage Manager | Julie McLaughlin & Crew  

MOMOLOGUES 2: OFF TO SCHOOL
MOMologues2: Off to School features four separate characters who tell their individual stories, either directly to the audience in monologues, or in scenes with each other. Moms everywhere will laugh in recognition at the playdates gone wrong, the crazy way to get a Mom day off, how to stalk a potential babysitter, and much more.
  MOMOLOGUES 2: OFF TO SCHOOL a Comedy by Lisa Raffety, Stefanie Cloutier & Sheila Eppolito  
  2016/2017        
  2017 May:  STOUFFVILLE THEATRE COMPANY [Parkview Village Auditorium, Whitchurch-Stouffville]  

MACBETH
  MACBETH a Drama by William Shakespeare 
  2012/2013        
  2013 May:  GEORGETOWN LITTLE THEATRE [Georgetown Little Theatre Studio]  

THE MADWOMAN OF CHAILLOT
Generations have fallen in love with Aurelia, the heroine, mostly because her “madness” is really optimism that’s out of place in a cynical time. Furthermore she inspires those around her to take action against the corrupt men who want to tear up Parisian streets to drill for oil. A wonderful mix of story, setting and eccentric characters promises a thoroughly enjoyable evening.
  MADWOMAN OF CHAILLOT, THE a Comedy by Jean Giraudoux 
  2014/2015        
  2015 Apr:  AMICUS PRODUCTIONS [Papermill Theatre at Todmorden Mills, Toronto]  

MAGGIE'S GETTING MARRIED
In this touching romantic comedy, you'll join the Duncan family as they prepare for the wedding of their daughter. It is the night before the big day, and Maggie's older sister discovers that she knows the groom a little better than Maggie would like her to.
  MAGGIE'S GETTING MARRIED a Comedy by Norm Foster 
  2013/2014        
  2014 Apr:  NAGS PLAYERS [Tranzac Stage, Toronto]  
  2014/2015        
  2014 Oct:  THEATRE AURORA [Theatre Aurora]  
  2015 Apr:  THE BLOOR WEST VILLAGE PLAYERS [Village Playhouse, Toronto]  

THE MAGIC FIRE
  MAGIC FIRE, THE a Drama by Lillian Groag 

THE MALTESE BODKIN
A comedy mystery with a Shakespearean twist. Times were tough for hard boiled detective Birnam Wood. He never asked to be in London. Especially in 1605. When his partner is murdered, Wood has to find the killer amid a vast cast of suspects that includes (among others) Viola, Richard III, Falstaff, Iago, Mercutio and a merchant from Venice. But the real solution to the mystery seems to be in discovering the secret behind a mysterious dagger known as the Maltese Bodkin. The worlds of detective fiction and Shakespeare collide in this "who hath done it".
  MALTESE BODKIN, THE a Comedy by David Belke 
  2015/2016        
  2016 Mar:  SCARBOROUGH THEATRE GUILD [Scarborough Village Theatre]  

MAMBO ITALIANO
Angelo is a nice Italian boy. He lives at home with his parents, who won't hear of him moving out until he gets married. The trouble is, Angelo is in love with another boy. When his sister Anna finally persuades him to come out of the closet, Angelo's traditional parents don't know what to make of his sexual orientation and nearly abandon him. And things only get worse when Angelo's mother spills the beans to his partner Nino's widowed mother, who Nino did not want to know about the relationship. Often compared to a gay My Big Fat Greek Wedding, Mambo Italiano is the journey two families take towards honesty and acceptance. As in the real world, some make it, some don't, and some make it later rather than sooner.
  MAMBO ITALIANO a Dramatic Comedy by Steve Galluccio  
  2017/2018        
  2017 Nov:  WHITBY COURTHOUSE THEATRE [Whitby Courthouse Theatre]  

MAME
Guaranteed to give your old mint julep a kick, Jerry Herman's much-loved Broadway musical blockbuster features a show full of timeless hits by one of Broadway's most prolific composers (Mame, If He Walked Into My Life, My Best Girl/Beau, Bosom Buddies and more!) Based on the novel "Auntie Mame" by Patrick Dennis.
  MAME a Musical by Jerome Lawrence & Robert E. Lee & Jerry Herman 
  2012/2013        
  2012 Nov:  CLARKSON MUSIC THEATRE [Meadowvale Theatre, Mississauga]  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Leslie Carney as "Mame Dennis"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | Mackenzie Faulkner as "Young Patrick"  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design | Greg Salisbury  
  2013 Mar:  SCUGOG CHORAL SOCIETY [Town Hall 1873, Port Perry]  
      Nom  | Best Director | Michael Roantree  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Kathy Knight as "Vera Charles"  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design | Bridgette Carter, Denise Bell, Kim Branchaud & The Cast  

MAN OF LA MANCHA
Miguel de Cervantes, aging and an utter failure in his varied careers as playwright, poet and tax collector for the government, has been thrown into a dungeon in Seville to await trial by the Inquisition for an offense against the Church. There he is hailed before a kangaroo court of his fellow prisoners; thieves, cutthroats and trollops who propose to confiscate his meager possessions one of which is the uncompleted manuscript of a novel called “Don Quixote.” Cervantes, seeking to save it, proposes to offer a novel defense in the form of entertainment. The “court” accedes and before their eyes, donning makeup and costume, Cervantes and his faithful manservant transform themselves into Don Quixote and Sancho Panza. They proceed to play out the story with the participation of the prisoners as other characters.
  MAN OF LA MANCHA a Musical by Dale Wasserman & Mitch Leigh & Joe Darion 
  2009/2010        
  2010 May:  GLOBE PRODUCTIONS [ tbd, ]  
  2016/2017        
  2017 May:  SCARBOROUGH MUSIC THEATRE [Scarborough Village Theatre]  

MANOR HAVOC
This play takes place in the Beaverton Manor. It is about two old guys that live in the manor and decide to make their own liquor in a still after all liquor is banned from the residence. They set up their still in the chapel because no one goes there. Due to a mistake, their liquor is served one Sunday for communion. After that a larger number of people come for communion and each Sunday the number grows. Finally one Sunday the still blows up in the middle of the service and everyone, including the staff, become drunk from the homemade booze.
  MANOR HAVOC a Comedy by Paul Tremeer 
  2012/2013        
  2013 Apr:  BEAVERTON TOWN HALL PLAYERS [Beaverton Town Hall]  

MARION BRIDGE
Three women in their thirties come "home" to Cape Breton to be with their dying mother. Each in her own way tries to deal with the painful loneliness of their lives - each is trying to reconcile what they have become with what they thought they wanted out of life and with what they thought their parents wanted for them. Nothing, of course, has turned out exactly the way anyone imagined it would.
  MARION BRIDGE a Drama by Daniel MacIvor 
  2013/2014        
  2014 Feb:  THE BLOOR WEST VILLAGE PLAYERS [Village Playhouse, Toronto]  

MARRIAGE COUNSELOR
A travelling vaccuum cleaner salesman wanders into a marriage counselor's office. When he’s repeatedly mistaken for the marriage counselor, craziness ensues
  MARRIAGE COUNSELOR a Comedy by Joey Ouellette 
  2013/2014        
  2014 Jan:  MISSISSAUGA PLAYERS THEATRE GROUP [Maja Prentice Theatre, Mississauga]  

MARRIAGE IS MURDER
  MARRIAGE IS MURDER a Comedy by Nick Hall 
  2011/2012        
  2012 Jan:  THE BLACKHORSE VILLAGE PLAYERS [Blackhorse Theatre, Caledon]  

THE MARRIAGE
This play follows The Date when the family has traveled to Scotland for the marriage. They discover that Prince Charming is the only normal person in the family. Even the servants are quirky. Things do not go smoothly, but eventually they are married and the play has a happy ending.
  MARRIAGE, THE a Comedy by Paul Tremeer 

MARVIN'S ROOM
  MARVIN'S ROOM a Comedy by Scott McPherson 

MARY POPPINS
The jack-of-all trades, Bert, introduces us to England in 1910 and the troubled Banks family. Young Jane and Michael have sent many a nanny packing before Mary Poppins arrives on their doorstep. Using a combination of magic and common sense, she must teach the family how to value each other again. Mary Poppins takes the children on many magical and memorable adventures, but Jane and Michael aren't the only ones she has a profound effect upon. Even grown-ups can learn a lesson or two from the nanny who advises that "Anything can happen if you let it."
  MARY POPPINS a Musical by Robert B. Sherman & Richard M. Sherman & George Stiles & Julian Fellowes 
  2015/2016        
  2016 Jun:  ORANGEVILLE MUSIC THEATRE [Orangeville Town Hall Opera House]  

MARY POPPINS - DISNEY'S & CAMERON MACKINTOSH'S
Disney's and Cameron Mackintosh's Mary Poppins Original Music and Lyrics by Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman Book by Julian Fellowes New Songs and Additional Music and Lyrics by George Stiles and Anthony Drewe Co-Created by Cameron Mackintosh
  MARY POPPINS - DISNEY'S & CAMERON MACKINTOSH'S a Musical by Richard M. Sherman, Robert B. Sherman, Julian Fellowes & George Stiles (and Anthony Drewe) 
  2015/2016        
  2015 Nov:  BRAMPTON MUSIC THEATRE [Rose Theatre, Brampton]  
      THEA | Best Choreographer | Stephanie Gemmell  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Nicholas Cunha as "Bert"  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Karen Walker as "Mrs Brill"  
      THEA | Best Musical Director | Vince Gassi  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Karen Monk as "Miss Andrew"  
  2015 Nov:  OSHAWA LITTLE THEATRE [Oshawa Little Theatre]  
      THEA | Best Lighting Design | Colin Hughes  
      Nom  | Best Director | Janet Gilliland  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Maria de Palma as "The Lady of the Lake"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Nicole Strawbridge as "Mary Poppins"  
  2016 Feb:  KEMPENFELT COMMUNITY PLAYERS [Georgian Theatre, Barrie]  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #2 - Musical: Ensemble Within A Show | Stephen BainBorough as "Bert" & Holly Archer as "Mary"  

MARY ROSE
"Mary Rose" tells the fictional story of a girl who vanishes twice. As a child, Mary Rose's father takes her to a remote Scottish island. While she is briefly out of her father's sight, Mary Rose vanishes. The entire island is searched exhaustively. Twenty-one days later, Mary Rose reappears as mysteriously as she disappeared ... but she shows no effects of having been gone for three weeks, and she has no knowledge of any gap or missing time. Years later, as a young wife and mother, the adult Mary Rose persuades her husband to take her to the same island. Again she vanishes: this time for a period of decades. When she is found again, she is not a single day older and has no awareness of the passage of time. In the interim, her son has grown to adulthood and is now physically older than his mother.
  MARY ROSE a Drama by J. M. Barrie 
  2015/2016        
  2015 Nov:  THE OAKVILLE PLAYERS [Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts]  
      Nom  | Best Stage Manager | Wendy Turnbull  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design | Deepak Upadhyaya  

THE MATING GAME
  MATING GAME, THE a Comedy by Robin Howdon 

MCGILLICUDDY LOST WEEKEND
McGillicuddy, the only policeman in town, finds his fishing weekend cancelled due to a kidnapping. His search is hindered more than helped by the kind interference of the towns inhabitants.
  MCGILLICUDDY LOST WEEKEND a Comedy by Keith Roulston  

MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS
  MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS a Musical by Hugh Martin & Ralph Blane & Hugh Wheeler 
  2010/2011        
  2011 Mar:  ONSTAGE PRODUCTIONS [Bayview Glen Upper School Theatre, Toronto]  

THE MELVILLE BOYS
Owen and Lee Melville arrive at their lakeside cabin, toting beer and bonhomie and anticipating nothing more than a weekend of fishing. However, their well-laid plans are thrown out of whack by the arrival of two sisters, Loretta and Mary. The women stay the night and are the catalysts for a very funny, tender and unsentimental look at what happens when four lives in transition touch common ground.
  MELVILLE BOYS, THE a Comedy by Norm Foster 
  2013/2014        
  2014 Jan:  SCARBOROUGH THEATRE GUILD [Scarborough Village Theatre]  
  2015/2016        
  2015 Oct:  OSHAWA LITTLE THEATRE [Oshawa Little Theatre]  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Nicole Vezeau as "Mary"  
      Nom  | Best Set Design | Chris Francom  
  2016 Jun:  MARIPOSA ARTS THEATRE FOUNDATION [Mariposa Arts Theatre Workshop, Orillia]  
  2016/2017        
  2016 Nov:  MILTON PLAYERS THEATRE GROUP [Milton Centre For The Arts]  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role - Comedy | Kristen Da Silva as "Loretta"  
      Nom  | Best Production - Comedy | Sean Carsley, Producer  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design - Comedy | Kristoffer Brown  
  2017 Apr:  THE BLOOR WEST VILLAGE PLAYERS [Village Playhouse, Toronto]  

MEN ARE DOGS
Dr. Cecelia Monahan has a serious problem. As a therapist who runs a support group for single and divorced women, she must listen to a number of relationship problems from her unusual cadre of patients as well as dealing with the unsolicited advice of her live in mother on subjects ranging from dating to cooking recipes. The doctor, however, is not above using some unorthodox methods of her own such as hiring out of work actors to role play with her patients. It is only when Cecelia meets the new substitute package delivery man that the doctor must learn to practice what she preaches!
  MEN ARE DOGS a Comedy by Joe Simonelli 
  2013/2014        
  2014 Feb:  THEATRE AURORA [Theatre Aurora]  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Anna Pelc-Draper as "Cecelia Monahan"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | John Fetherston as "Tony"  
      Nom  | Best Set Design | Steven Wolfer  

MENDING FENCES
Harry Sullivan hasn't seen his son Drew in thirteen years. And now Drew is coming to Harry's Saskatchewan ranch for a visit. This poignant comedy tells the story of two men who are too stubborn to give in to feelings of the heart. Canada’s best-loved playwright is the height of his craft, and seamlessly weaves pathos and humour in a play that will resonate with anyone who has ever been a father, mother, son or daughter.
  MENDING FENCES a Comedy by Norm Foster 
  2012/2013        
  2012 Nov:  MARKHAM LITTLE THEATRE [Flato Markham Theatre for the Performing Arts]  
      THEA*| Best Production | Christie Bartram-Charron & Kate O'Hearn, Producers  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Terry Browne as "Harry"  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Michele Browne as "Gin"  
      Nom  | Best Director | Kathryn Delory  
      Nom  | Best Stage Manager | Julia Guthrie  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design | John Sellens  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design | Maria Cerone  

MID-LIFE! THE CRISIS MUSICAL
  MID-LIFE! THE CRISIS MUSICAL a Musical by Bob Walton & Jim Walton 

MIDDEN
  MIDDEN a Drama by Morna Regan 
  2012/2013        
  2013 Feb:  TORONTO IRISH PLAYERS [Alumnae Theatre, Toronto]  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Sharon Taylor as "Aileen"  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award - "Ensemble" | The Cast and Crew  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Barbara Taylor as "Ma"  

MINDGAME
  MINDGAME a Drama by Anthony Horowitz 
  2011/2012        
  2011 Nov:  WHITBY COURTHOUSE THEATRE [Whitby Courthouse Theatre]  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Heather Sessions as "Nurse Plimpton"  

THE MIRACLE WORKER
Immortalized onstage and screen by Anne Bancroft and Patty Duke, this classic tells the story of Annie Sullivan and her student, blind and mute Helen Keller. The Miracle Worker dramatizes the volatile relationship between the lonely teacher and her charge. Trapped in a secret, silent world, unable to communicate, Helen is violent, spoiled, almost sub-human and treated by her family as such. Only Annie realizes that there is a mind and spirit waiting to be rescued from the dark, tortured silence. With scenes of intense physical and emotional dynamism, Annie's success with Helen finally comes with the utterance of a single, glorious word: "water".
  MIRACLE WORKER, THE a Drama by William Gibson & based on The Story of My Life by Helen Keller 
  2014/2015        
  2015 Feb:  OSHAWA LITTLE THEATRE [Oshawa Little Theatre]  
      THEA | Best Sound Design | Michael Serres  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Nicole Vezeau as "Annie Sullivan"  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design | Denise Randall  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #1 - Drama: Specific Ensemble Performances and their Directors | Helen Keller and the Children/Conrad Boyce. (Keira Phillips, Emily Clare Elliott, Alannah Beauparlant, Nicholas McAllister, Emily Rocha, Jenna LeFrancois, Isabelle Blanusa, Drew Douglas, Jordyn Douglas, Lauren Ebdon)  

MISS SAIGON
  MISS SAIGON a Musical by Claude-Michel Schonberg & Alain Boublil & Richard Maltby Jr. 
  2011/2012        
  2012 Mar:  CURTAIN CALL PLAYERS [Fairview Library Theatre, North York]  

MISS SHAKESPEARE
It’s the 1600's and women are banned from the stage, but the suppressed female mind is finding it difficult to stay... well, suppressed. Behind the dingy walls of The Cage Tavern, six women explore the seductive power of the theatre. With a musical score influenced by underground European Cabaret the women embrace their creativity, their voice, and their freedom. But the law is not on their side and if these artists are to truly have a voice, they must find the courage to get beyond the walls and in front of an audience.
  MISS SHAKESPEARE a Musical by Tracey Power & Steve Charles 
  2015/2016        
  2016 Mar:  THE OAKVILLE PLAYERS [Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts]  

MISSING
Evelyn MacMillam, wife and mother of three, has vanished without a trace. When Detective Carol Seaforth is brought in to investigate, the MacMillan's rural, Southern Ontario town is turned upside down to uncover the truth behind Evelyn's disappearance. As Carol grows closer to Evelyn's husband and withdraws from her own marriage, long-hidden secrets bubble to the surface, eventually bringing the investigation to a diner on the outskirts of London, Ontario.
  MISSING a Drama by Florence Gibson-MacDonald 
  2013/2014        
  2013 Oct:  THEATRE AURORA [Theatre Aurora]  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #1 - Drama: "EXCEPTIONAL GROUP WORK - ENSEMBLE OR CHORUS" | The Chorus  
      Nom  | Best Stage Manager | Sally Ayers  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #4 - Drama: "REMARKABLE CHARACTER JOURNEYS" | Angie Sapalovski as "Carol"  
  2016/2017        
  2017 Mar:  THE CURTAIN CLUB [Curtain Club Theatre, Richmond Hill]  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #3 - Drama: Effective Scene Changes & Transitions | The Production Team  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design - Drama | Rob Mather  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #1 - Drama: Ensemble Cast Performance | The Cast  

MOLLY'S VEIL
As the first female Mayor of a major Canadian city, Charlotte Whitton took her place in the history books when she rose to office as Mayor of Ottawa in 1952. An advocate for women’s and children’s rights, she was charged with libel by the Alberta government when she questioned its adoption process that seemed to ‘traffic’ the children of single women and the poor. Publicly known as an extraordinarily witty and colourful character who wasn’t afraid to interrogate her mostly male opponents, she shielded her private life from public view. From the time the two met at Queen’s University, Charlotte Whitton and Margaret Grier’s special relationship was born and chronicled over the years through letters to each other.
  MOLLY'S VEIL a Drama by Sharon Bajer 
  2016/2017        
  2017 Jan:  THE CURTAIN CLUB [Curtain Club Theatre, Richmond Hill]  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role - Drama | Colleen Simm as "Charlotte"  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design - Drama | Amanda Eason  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #1 - Drama: Ensemble Cast Performance | The Cast  

MONSTER IN THE CLOSET
Emily and her friends want to capture the monster in her closet but her big brother and his friends try to disrupt their plans. Murray, the monster, doesn't mean any harm. He just wants to play with Emily's new video game.
  MONSTER IN THE CLOSET a Comedy by Angela D. Stewart & & &  
  2016/2017        
  2017 Mar:  PEEL PANTO PLAYERS [Lester B. Pearson Theatre, Brampton]  

MONTY PYTHON'S SPAMALOT
Lovingly ripped off from the classic film comedy Monty Python and the Holy Grail, SPAMALOT is a new musical, with a book by Eric Idle and score by Eric Idle and John Du Prez. This 2005 Tony winner for Best Musical tells the tale of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table as they embark on their quest for the Holy Grail. Flying cows, killer rabbits, taunting Frenchmen, and show-stopping musical numbers are just a few of the reasons audiences everywhere are eating up Spamalot.
  MONTY PYTHON'S SPAMALOT a Musical Comedy by Eric Idle & John Du Prez (from Monty Python and the Holy Grail) 
  2012/2013        
  2013 Feb:  KEMPENFELT COMMUNITY PLAYERS [Georgian Theatre, Barrie]  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Pam Sparrow as "Lady of the Lake"  
      THEA | Best Sound Design | Rick Johnson  
      Nom  | Best Choreographer | Nancy Proctor  
      Nom  | Best Production | Andrée Day, Producer  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Stephen Bainborough as "King Arthur"  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award - Props | Jennifer Day  
  2013/2014        
  2013 Nov:  SCARBOROUGH MUSIC THEATRE [Scarborough Village Theatre]  
      THEA | Best Choreographer | Kristi Woods  
      Nom  | Best Production | Rhoda Silzer, Producer  
      Nom  | Best Director | Jason Silzer  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | Todd Appleton as "Herbert/Historian"  
  2014 Mar:  SCUGOG CHORAL SOCIETY [Town Hall 1873, Port Perry]  
  2014/2015        
  2014 Nov:  MARIPOSA ARTS THEATRE FOUNDATION [Orillia Opera House - Gordon Lightfoot Auditorium]  
  2015/2016        
  2015 Dec:  LP STAGE PRODUCTIONS [Grace Tipling Concert Hall, Shelburne]  
  2016 Jan:  THEATRE UNLIMITED [Meadowvale Theatre, Mississauga]  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Martin Van Helden as "Lancelot/French Taunter/Ni Knight/Tim  
  2016 Feb:  WHITBY COURTHOUSE THEATRE [Whitby Courthouse Theatre]  
      THEA | Best Director | Monique Essegern  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #2 - Musical: Ensemble Within A Show | The Knights of the Round Table & Patsy  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design | Maria Fitzgerald & Donna Gunter  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design | Margo Rodgers  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #4 - Musical: Special Effects | The ultimately limbless black knight  

MOON OVER BUFFALO
It is 1953 in Buffalo where a touring repertory company is waiting for a visit from Frank Capra, who may want to use its actors in a new movie. Meanwhile, they don't know if their leading man can stay sober enough for long enough to put on a decent performance. He can't. Their play selection becomes hopelessly entangled and a backstage visitor is mistaken for the famed Hollywood director.
  MOON OVER BUFFALO a Comedy by Ken Ludwig 
  2010/2011        
  2011 Feb:  BORELIANS COMMUNITY THEATRE [Town Hall 1873, Port Perry]  
      Nom  | Best Production | Graeme Powell, Producer  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Nancy Gleed as "Charlotte Hay"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | Graeme Powell as "Paul"  
  2013/2014        
  2014 Jun:  SCARBOROUGH THEATRE GUILD [Scarborough Village Theatre]  
  2014/2015        
  2015 May:  MILTON PLAYERS THEATRE GROUP [Milton Centre For The Arts]  
  2015/2016        
  2016 Apr:  WHITBY COURTHOUSE THEATRE [Whitby Courthouse Theatre]  

MOONLIGHT AND MAGNOLIAS
1939 Hollywood is abuzz. Legendary producer David O. Selznick has shut down production of his new epic, Gone with the Wind, a film adaptation of Margaret Mitchell's novel. The screenplay, you see, just doesn't work. So what's an all-powerful movie mogul to do? While fending off the film's stars, gossip columnists and his own father-in-law, Selznick sends a car for famed screenwriter Ben Hecht and pulls formidable director Victor Fleming from the set of The Wizard of Oz. Summoning both to his office, he locks the doors, closes the shades, and on a diet of bananas and peanuts, the three men labor over five days to fashion a screenplay that will become the blueprint for one of the most successful and beloved films of all time.
  MOONLIGHT AND MAGNOLIAS a Comedy by Ron Hutchinson 
  2014/2015        
  2015 Jan:  THE CURTAIN CLUB [Curtain Club Theatre, Richmond Hill]  
      THEA | Best Director | Brandon Moore  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design | Heather Nutt-Christensen & Laura Silverstein  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design | David Glover  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #1 - Comedy: Ensemble Performance | Ensemble  
      Nom  | Best Production | Nicole Moore, Producer  
      Nom  | Best Stage Manager | Sharon Dykstra & Lynda Muir  

MOONSHINE
  MOONSHINE a Comedy by Jim Nolan 
  2010/2011        
  2010 Oct:  TORONTO IRISH PLAYERS [Alumnae Theatre, Toronto]  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Stephen Flett as "McKeever"  

MORE PIONEER SPIRIT
The second in play the Pioneer Spirit series, this show continues where That Pioneer Spirit left off, and chronicles the next year in the lives of the characters. The main characters shift from Joshua and Edwina, the young couple that bought the farm, to Edwina’s mother and a neighbour named John Beastly. John decides to court Edwina’s mother and the play ends with them being married.
  MORE PIONEER SPIRIT a Comedy by Paul Tremeer 

MOTHER GOOSE
  MOTHER GOOSE a Comedy by Century Theatre Guild  
  2011/2012        
  2011 Nov:  CENTURY THEATRE GUILD [Century Church Theatre, Hillsburgh]  

THE MOUSE HOUSE
Carson is a published author who, like most of us, struggles with his own demons. In an attempt to rid himself of his writers block he decides to return to his old family cottage to complete his latest book. He chooses mid October after everyone else has closed up their cottages for the season. With no phone and no distractions from the outside world he sets about completing his book. One night he hears an intruder entering the cottage. Carson hides and overpowers the intruder who turns out to be an angry juvenile delinquent. This play demonstrates a clash of cultures between two very different individuals caught in a dilemma with a surprising twist in the story that keeps you on the edge of your seat and guessing right until the end.
  MOUSE HOUSE, THE a Drama by Robert Ainsworth 
  2013/2014        
  2013 Nov:  THE CURTAIN CLUB [Curtain Club Theatre, Richmond Hill]  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design | Clay Warner  
      Nom  | Best Set Design | Bill Corcoran  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #2 - Drama: "DESIGN MAGIC" | The Design Team  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #3 - Drama: "HONOURABLE MENTIONS IN ACTING" | Rob Goodale as "Carson"  
  2014/2015        
  2015 Feb:  THE BLOOR WEST VILLAGE PLAYERS [Village Playhouse, Toronto]  

THE MOUSETRAP
The longest running play in history, "The Mousetrap" takes place in a boarding house during a snowstorm, where a group of strangers is stranded, one of whom is a murderer. The suspects include the newly married couple who run the house, and the suspicions that are in their minds nearly wreck their perfect marriage. Others are a spinster with a curious background, an architect who seems better equipped to be a chef, a retired Army major, a strange little man who claims his car has overturned in a drift, and a jurist who makes life miserable for everyone. Into their midst comes a policeman, traveling on skis. He no sooner arrives, than the jurist is killed. Two down, and one to go. To get to the rationale of the murderer's pattern, the policeman probes the background of everyone present, and rattles a lot of skeletons.
  MOUSETRAP, THE a Comedy by Agatha Christie 
  2012/2013        
  2013 Feb:  MILTON PLAYERS THEATRE GROUP [Milton Centre For The Arts]  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | John Saunders as "Major Metcalf"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Patricia Ball as "Mrs. Boyle"  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design | Richard Jones  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design | Pieter Louis  
  2013/2014        
  2014 Apr:  ONSTAGE UXBRIDGE [Uxbridge Music Hall]  

MR. PIM PASSES BY
This delightful comedy tells of what happens in a very conventional English home when appealing little Mr. Pim, who has so much trouble with names, drops in one day on a small matter of business. The business is soon forgotten when Mr. Pim announces that the former husband of the lady of the house, thought to be deceased, is alive. Since the lady is married now, she is a bigamist. Her present husband, always a trifle pompous and tyrannical, is upset no end. Then Mr. Pim passes by again; this time he confesses that he confused two names and it is safe to assume that the lady's first husband is dead, as they originally believed. Without telling her husband, the lady uses the knowledge as a weapon not only to get what she wants in the house but to force her husband to permit his niece to marry the young artist who loves her.
  MR. PIM PASSES BY a Comedy by A. A. Milne 
  2015/2016        
  2015 Sep:  THE BLOOR WEST VILLAGE PLAYERS [Village Playhouse, Toronto]  

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING
Canada, 1920. The Great War is over, and Don Pedro and his men Benedick and young Claudio have come to the home of Leonato upon their return. There, Claudio meets and falls in love with Leonato’s daughter Hero, while Benedick is reacquainted with Beatrice, with whom he seems to be a history. She, however, is having none of it. While the young and older lovers court and spar, Don John, Pedro’s illegitimate and vindictive brother, carries out a plot to ruin his brother’s happiness, at the cost of the young lovers. This is a Shakespearean comedy, however, so by the end of the play, all of the lovers have found their partners, the baddies have been punished, and all’s well that ends well.
  MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING a Comedy by William Shakespeare 
  2010/2011        
  2011 Mar:  SCARBOROUGH PLAYERS [Scarborough Village Theatre]  
  2016/2017        
  2017 Jan:  THEATRE AURORA [Theatre Aurora]  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role - Comedy | Daniel Coo as "Leonato"  
      Nom  | Best Production - Comedy | Mary MacDonald-Rival, Producer  
      Nom  | Best Director - Comedy | Shawn Rocheleau  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role - Comedy | Ted Powers as "Benedick"  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design - Comedy | Sean Stone  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #1 - Comedy: First Timers In Their Field | Caleb Connelly, Actor as "Claudio"  

THE MUMBERLEY INHERITANCE
The traditional melodrama themes are re worked in a fast paced entertainment romp through the trials and tribulations of Mumberley Manor, England in 1900. Brother Jack is in Canada trying to find the secret of the Mumberley fortune father's gambling debts are in the hands of villainous Marmaduke Mayhem so what can poor daughter Daphne do but marry Mayhem, leaving Rodney Stoutheart and his stiff upper lip at the vestry door? Rodney disguises himself as Jack returned from Canada at the same moment as Jack actually returns. Thus the villain's attempts to dispose of Jack invariably lead to unfortunate experiences for Rodney. All ends well once the black villain has played his death scene with encores.
  MUMBERLEY INHERITANCE, THE a Comedy by Warren Graves  
  2014/2015        
  2015 Jun:  SCARBOROUGH THEATRE GUILD [Scarborough Village Theatre]  
  2017/2018        
  2017 Nov:  ONSTAGE UXBRIDGE [Uxbridge Music Hall]  

MURDER AT THE HOWARD JOHNSON'S
  MURDER AT THE HOWARD JOHNSON'S a Comedy by Ron Clark & Sam Bobrick 
  2010/2011        
  2010 Aug:  THEATRE AURORA [Theatre Aurora]  

MURDER BY THE BOOK
Detectives Jane and Tom investigate a murder in an all women's mystery writers club. Revenge, greed, jealousy, blackmail, a locked door, and a lot of red herring; everything you need for a good mystery.
  MURDER BY THE BOOK a Comedy by Mat Kelly 

MURDER BY THE BOOK
What happens when some of the world’s greatest writers get together? Murder, that’s what! The Raven Society is holding its annual meeting to select the best mystery book of the year to win the coveted Smoking Gun Award. Because of the prestige of the prize, the membership in this sacred club is secret, even amongst themselves. Each member attends the three day meeting, cut off from the rest of the world at the Dickens House, disguised as a famous author. This year, Edgar Allan Poe introduces a dashing upstart, William Shakespeare, as a new member to replace the recently departed Jules Verne. Spouting poetry, Will instantly captures the hearts of Mary Shelley, Charlotte Bronte and Louisa Mae Alcott. But romance is interrupted when Poe reads a nasty bit of correspondence announcing that each member of the society will die. Only mystery maven Agatha Christie takes the message seriously, but, alas, it’s too late. Emily Dickinson is the first to die, quickly followed by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Terror stalks the meeting as even the indomitable Mark Twain disappears. Only one thing is for sure — one of the famous authors is trying to kill the competition! Your actors will love portraying their favorite authors while your audiences will delight in this highly entertaining and fun peek at the very human side of great writers.
  MURDER BY THE BOOK a Comedy by Craig Sodaro 
  2011/2012        
  2012 May:  CENTURY THEATRE GUILD [Century Church Theatre, Hillsburgh]  

MURDER IN GREEN MEADOWS
  MURDER IN GREEN MEADOWS a Drama by Douglas Post 
  2015/2016        
  2015 Nov:  THE BLOOR WEST VILLAGE PLAYERS [Village Playhouse, Toronto]  

MURDER INN
"Murder Inn" is set in New England, at the Barnsley Inn, a dilapidated eighteenth century inn, which is supposedly haunted by Marco, a knife-throwing poltergeist. A group of tourists, on a tour-Ghosts and Ghouls of New England-is forced, by a storm, to make an unscheduled stop at the Barnsley. What looks to be an unpleasant and uncomfortable detour soon turns into a night of mayhem and madness as knives begin to pop up… in the most unexpected places. As the storm builds and the body count rises, the survivors try to figure out who done it. And even more important- who’s likely to have it done to them next?
  MURDER INN a Comedy by Howard Voland & Keith McGregor 
  2015/2016        
  2016 Feb:  GEORGETOWN LITTLE THEATRE [John Elliott Theatre, Georgetown]  
      Nom  | Best Set Design | Pam Curtis, Eric Hanson, & Linda Leask  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #2 - Drama: Props | Gillian Green, Liz Rossi, & Carolyn Wilson  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #4 - Drama: Cohesive and Comprehensive Realization of the Director's Vision | The Company  

MURDER MISTAKEN
Murder is his business and generally speaking Edward Bare is a successful "business man." Married first to Monica, rich, doting and many years his senior, Edward waits amicably for her to die. It is not "poor Monnie's fault" that he comes one day to the mistaken conclusion that she is about to make a will in favor of her sister, and decides that, his only course is to hasten her end. But Edward has misjudged the old woman for she meant to leave him everything. As it is, he finds himself with less than he had when she was alive. Edward is not daunted: He looks around for another rich fish to net, and finds the answer to this pressing necessity in the person of Freda Jefferies, wealthy widow of a hotel proprietor. Freda, who has always seen that her head ruled her heart, marries Edward, at the same time keeping a tight hold on her purse strings. This does not suit Edward and when Charlotte Young, another rich woman, arrives on the scene, he is all set to remove the one that irks him most. Charlotte appears easier game than the tough Freda, and Edward sets about staging the scene for an exciting last situation. Which lady will receive the brunt of his murdering tactics? Packed with suspense and thrills, the machinations of the killer's mind are laid bare for the observation of the audience, and the twists are unexpected and spine-chilling.
  MURDER MISTAKEN a Drama by Janet Green 
  2013/2014        
  2013 Nov:  THE BLOOR WEST VILLAGE PLAYERS [Village Playhouse, Toronto]  
  2015/2016        
  2016 May:  TIPLING STAGE COMPANY [Grace Tipling Concert Hall, Shelburne]  

MURDER ON THE CANADIAN
  MURDER ON THE CANADIAN a Thriller by Eric Wilson (adapted from the novel) 

MURDER ON THE NILE
  MURDER ON THE NILE a Drama by Agatha Christie 
  2012/2013        
  2012 Sep:  THE BLOOR WEST VILLAGE PLAYERS [Village Playhouse, Toronto]  

MURDER ON THE RERUN
  MURDER ON THE RERUN a Comedy by Fred Carmichael 
  2011/2012        
  2012 Feb:  MILTON PLAYERS THEATRE GROUP [Milton Centre For The Arts]  

THE MURDER ROOM
A mystery farce! Here is a zany spoof of all crime thrillers, with a mixture of Agatha Christie, Monty Python, and Abbott and Costello; witty, sophisticated, and utterly hilarious. With secret panels, secret chambers, and trap doors galore, murder has never been this funny.
  MURDER ROOM, THE a Comedy by Jack Sharkey 
  2016/2017        
  2017 Mar:  CENTURY THEATRE GUILD [Century Church Theatre, Hillsburgh]  
      Nom  | Best Stage Manager - Comedy | Martyn Worsnop  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #2 - Comedy: Honourable Mentions | Jeff Cottam as "Edgar" & "Abel"  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #4 - Comedy: Best Ensemble Work | The Company  

MURDERED TO DEATH
  MURDERED TO DEATH a Comedy by Peter Gordon 
  2011/2012        
  2012 Feb:  HURONIA PLAYERS [Huronia Players Studio Theatre, Midland]  

MUSIC 36
  MUSIC 36 a Musical by Eric Danis 
  2010/2011        
  2011 Apr:  OSHAWA LITTLE THEATRE [Oshawa Little Theatre]  

MUSIC MAN JR
  MUSIC MAN JR a Musical by Meredith Wilson 
  2011/2012        
  2011 Nov:  MARIPOSA ARTS THEATRE FOUNDATION [Orillia Opera House - Studio Theatre]  

THE MUSIC MAN
An affectionate paean to Smalltown, U.S.A. of a bygone era, Meredith Willson's THE MUSIC MAN follows fast-talking traveling salesman Harold Hill as he cons the people of River City, Iowa into buying instruments and uniforms for a boys' band he vows to organize - this despite the fact he doesn't know a trombone from a treble clef. His plans to skip town with the cash are foiled when he falls for Marian the librarian, who transforms him into a respectable citizen by curtain's fall.
  MUSIC MAN, THE a Musical by Meredith Wilson & from Meredith Wilson & Franklin Lacey 
  2012/2013        
  2012 Nov:  GLOBE PRODUCTIONS [Milton Centre For The Arts]  
      Nom  | Best Stage Manager | Curtis Papetti  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Lee-Anne Jones as "Mrs. Paroo"  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design | Mary Udell  
  2012 Nov:  THE QUEENSVILLE PLAYERS [Stephen Leacock Theatre, Keswick]  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Greg Gallagher as "Harold Hill"  
      Nom  | Best Set Design | Alf Judd  
  2016/2017        
  2016 Nov:  SCARBOROUGH MUSIC THEATRE [Scarborough Village Theatre]  
      THEA | Best Musical Director - Musical | Anita Moore  

MY BOY JACK
The year is 1913 and war with Germany is imminent. Rudyard Kipling’s determination to send his myopic son to war triggers a bitter family conflict. A powerful and moving account of the anguish at the heart of a man whose storytelling continues to delight millions all over the world.
  MY BOY JACK a Drama by David Haig 
  2012/2013        
  2012 Oct:  EAST SIDE PLAYERS [Papermill Theatre at Todmorden Mills, Toronto]  
      THEA | Best Director | Julian Mulock  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Darryn DeWalt as "Rudyard Kipling"  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award - "Juvenile Performance" | Jack Pryce as "Young Jack" & Bridget Morrison as "Young Elsie"  
      Nom  | Best Production | Kelly Morrison, Producer  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Hannah Drew as "Elsie"  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design | Mary Jane Boon  
      Nom  | Best Set Design | Julian Mulock  

MY DARLING JUDITH
David Stafford, who has grown tired of his eccentric wife Judith, contrives to unload her on one of his employees, Carl Newhouse so he can start a new life with his sexy young mistress, Anna Miles. As marriages crumble, affairs flounder, and new friendships form, the relationships between the four characters are bound to ring familiar to the audience.
  MY DARLING JUDITH a Comedy by Norm Foster 
  2013/2014        
  2013 Nov:  MILTON PLAYERS THEATRE GROUP [Milton Centre For The Arts]  

MY FAIR LADY
Eliza Doolittle is a young flower seller with an unmistakable Cockney accent which keeps her in the lower rungs of Edwardian society. When Professor Henry Higgins tries to teach her how to speak like a proper lady, an unlikely friendship begins to flourish.
  MY FAIR LADY a Musical by Alan Jay Lerner & Frederick Loewe (based on George Bernard Shaw's "Pygmalion") 
  2011/2012        
  2012 May:  SCARBOROUGH MUSIC THEATRE [Scarborough Village Theatre]  
  2012/2013        
  2013 Jan:  ONSTAGE UXBRIDGE [Uxbridge Music Hall]  
  2017/2018        
  2018 Jan:  ORANGEVILLE MUSIC THEATRE [Orangeville Town Hall Opera House]  

N
NANA'S NAUGHTY KNICKERS
Bridget and her Grandmother are about to become roommates. However, what Bridget saw as a unique opportunity to stay with her favorite Nana in New York for the summer quickly turns into an experience she will never forget. It seems her sweet Grandma is running an illegal boutique from her apartment, selling hand-made naughty knickers to every senior citizen in the five borough area! Will Bridget be able to handle all the excitement? Will her Nana get arrested - or worse! - evicted?
  NANA'S NAUGHTY KNICKERS a Comedy by Katherine DiSavino 
  2015/2016        
  2015 Nov:  CALEDON TOWNHALL PLAYERS [Caledon Townhall Players Theatre]  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #2 - Comedy: Achievement in Challenging Set Construction | Set Construction Team  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #1 - Comedy: Duo: Achievement in Acting and Comedic Timing | Kathy O'Shea & Jeanette Massicotte as "Sylvia & Vera"  

NED DURANGO COMES TO BIG OAK
An aging television cowboy star comes to the aid of an economically troubled small town in this funny, sometimes moving play.
  NED DURANGO COMES TO BIG OAK a Musical by Norm Foster & Leslie Arden 
  2015/2016        
  2015 Nov:  SOUTH SIMCOE THEATRE [Old Town Hall, Cookstown]  
      THEA | Best Set Design | Kathy Simpson  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #4 - Musical: Special Effects | The simulated black and white television  

NEXT FALL
NEXT FALL takes a witty and provocative look at faith, commitment and unconditional love. While the play's central story focuses on the five-year relationship between Adam and Luke, NEXT FALL goes beyond a typical love story. This timely and compelling new American play forces us all to examine what it means to "believe" and what it might cost us not to.
  NEXT FALL a Dramatic Comedy by Geoffrey Nauffts  
  2017/2018        
  2018 Mar:  THEATRE AURORA [Theatre Aurora]  

NEXT TO NORMAL
"Next to Normal" tells the story of a mother, Diane Goodman, who struggles with bipolar disorder and the effect that her illness has on her family. This contemporary musical is an emotional powerhouse that addresses such issues as grieving a loss, ethics in modern psychiatry, and suburban life. With provocative lyrics and a thrilling score, this musical shows how far two parents will go to keep themselves sane and their family’s world intact.
  NEXT TO NORMAL a Musical by Tom Kitt & Brian Yorkey 
  2014/2015        
  2014 Dec:  THEATRE AURORA [Theatre Aurora]  
      THEA | Best Director | Michael Jones  
      THEA | Best Lighting Design | Joey Ferguson  
      Nom  | Best Musical Director | Michael Jones  
      Nom  | Best Production | Steve Wolfer, Producer  

THE NIGHT JOE DOLAN'S CAR BROKE DOWN
Imagine being stranded with the legendary Joe Dolan in a rural pub in County Cavan on the night his car breaks down. That's just the sort of fantasy scenario that's imagined in The Night Joe Dolan's Car Broke Down a play by Padraic McIntyre. The play is set in 'The Glenaduff Inn' on a stormy St. Stephen's night as people gather to celebrate the 60th birthday of local 'cowboy' The Horse Munley. As the storm worsens and people head home, a knock on the door brings the night's entertainment to a new level. As the play unfolds so too do the secrets, the music and the craic.
  NIGHT JOE DOLAN'S CAR BROKE DOWN, THE a Comedy by Padraic McIntyre 
  2016/2017        
  2017 Feb:  TORONTO IRISH PLAYERS [Alumnae Theatre, Toronto]  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role - Comedy | Ian McGarrett as "Horse Munley"  
      Nom  | Best Production - Comedy | Geraldine Browne, Produceer  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #3 - Comedy: Magic As It Happens Only In Theatre | The Joe Dolan Concert that opens Act II  

THE NIGHT OF JANUARY 16TH
  NIGHT OF JANUARY 16TH, THE a Drama by Ayn Rand 

NO ROMANCE
A tender and funny tale about our secret selves A play about our search for connection in a fractured world. Rich with the absurdities, hypocrisies and vulnerabilities that course through our lives, it playfully observes the longings, fears and desires we reveal - and don't reveal - in our closest relationships. Laura has a secret. Joe's has been revealed. Peg's been keeping hers for years.
  NO ROMANCE a Comedy by Nancy Harris 
  2013/2014        
  2013 Oct:  TORONTO IRISH PLAYERS [Alumnae Theatre, Toronto]  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #4 - Drama: "REMARKABLE CHARACTER JOURNEYS" | Danny Sullivan as "Joe" and Maureen Lukie as "Carmel"  

NO SEX PLEASE, WE'RE BRITISH
A young bride who lives above a bank with her husband who is the assistant manager, innocently sends a mail order off for some Scandinavian glassware. What comes is Scandinavian pornography. The plot revolves around what is to be done with the veritable floods of pornography, photographs, books, films, and eventually girls that threaten to engulf this happy couple. The matter is considerably complicated by the man's mother, his boss, a visiting bank inspector, a police superintendent, and a muddled friend who does everything wrong in his reluctant efforts to set everything right, all of which works up to a hilarious ending of closed or slamming doors.
  NO SEX PLEASE, WE'RE BRITISH a Comedy by Anthony Marriott & Alistair Foot 

NO TRAVELLER RETURNS
n 1890's Huntsville, at Christmastime, a guest house is the scene of intrigue and plotting. One man is dead, and others seem destined to join him. Written by the author of the "Murdoch Mysteries".
  NO TRAVELLER RETURNS a Drama by Maureen Jennings 
  2012/2013        
  2012 Nov:  SCARBOROUGH THEATRE GUILD [Scarborough Village Theatre]  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Sandy Stephens as "John Wilson (Murdoch)"  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award - "Overall Visual Impact" | Andy Pandoff (Set Design), Britt Knoll (Stonemason), Bill Scott (Lighting Design)  

NOBODY'S PERFECT
Love Is All Round is a feminist publishing house where Harriet Copeland is running a competition to find new romantic fiction; their motto is For Women By Women. To avoid this gender bias, Leonard Loftus is forced to submit his novel under a female pseudonym. So when Lulabelle Latiffa wins the first prize, Leonard begins to have a major problem. He is a bashful statistician lumbered with a spectacular alter ego. With domestic complications from his wayward daughter Dee Dee and Gus, his rascally old father, Leonard tries frantically to keep up the charade of Lulabelle. His problems are made worse when he falls hopelessly in love with Harriet. He is a worried man in the guise of a carefree woman. The happy ending is not going to be easy. In high heels and lipstick our hero is caught in a hilarious dilemma of cross-dressing and cross-purposes. Oh what a tangled web we weave! Now adapted for the Canadian audience.
  NOBODY'S PERFECT a Comedy by Simon Williams 
  2012/2013        
  2013 Mar:  THEATRE ETOBICOKE [Assembly Hall, Etobicoke]  

NOISES OFF
Called the funniest farce ever written, Noises Off presents a manic menagerie as a cast of itinerant actors rehearsing a flop called Nothing's On. Doors slamming, on and offstage intrigue, and an errant herring all figure in the plot of this hilarious and classically comic play.
  NOISES OFF a Comedy by Michael Frayn 
  2010/2011        
  2010 Nov:  ONSTAGE UXBRIDGE [Uxbridge Music Hall]  
  2011 Apr:  THEATRE AURORA [Theatre Aurora]  
  2014/2015        
  2014 Sep:  MISSISSAUGA PLAYERS THEATRE GROUP [Maja Prentice Theatre, Mississauga]  
  2017/2018        
  2017 Sep:  OSHAWA LITTLE THEATRE [Oshawa Little Theatre]  
  2018 Feb:  MILTON PLAYERS THEATRE GROUP [Milton Centre For The Arts]  

NOT NOW, DARLING
  NOT NOW, DARLING a Comedy by Ray Cooney & John Chapman 
  2010/2011        
  2011 Apr:  TIPLING STAGE COMPANY [Grace Tipling Concert Hall, Shelburne]  
  2011/2012        
  2012 May:  THE CURTAIN CLUB [Curtain Club Theatre, Richmond Hill]  

NUDE WITH VIOLIN
The play is set in Paris in 1954. The famous painter, Paul Sorodin, has died. His relatives and hangers-on converge on his studio, hopeful of financial gain, and are stunned to learn from his valet, Sebastien, that Sorodin has left a letter in which he admits that he never painted a picture in his life. The paintings of Sorodin’s supposed three major periods turn out to have been executed by a choleric aristocrat, Anya Pavlikov; a jolly barmaid, Cherry-May Waterton; and a Jamaican Seventh-day Adventist, Obadiah Lewellyn.
  NUDE WITH VIOLIN a Comedy by Noel Coward 
  2013/2014        
  2014 Feb:  EAST SIDE PLAYERS [Papermill Theatre at Todmorden Mills, Toronto]  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Daryn Dewalt as "Sebastien"  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design | Colm Ivers  

NUNSENSE
Nunsense is a hilarious spoof about the misadventures of five nuns trying to manage a fundraiser. Sadly, the rest of the sisterhood died from botulism after eating vichyssoise prepared by Sister Julia. Upon discovering the disaster, Mother Superior has a vision in which she was told how to raise funds for the burials. This was a great success but not sufficient funds were available for all the burials. Therefore, the Little Sisters of Hoboken, Sister Amnesia, Sister Hubert, Sister Robert Anne and Sister Mary Leo led by the Reverend Mother, Sister Mary Regina are on a mission. During this mission they will have you rolling in the aisles at every performance. They will sing and dance their way into your hearts, and send you home laughing and talking about it for days.
  NUNSENSE a Musical Comedy by Dan Goggin 
  2011/2012        
  2012 Feb:  SCARBOROUGH MUSIC THEATRE [Scarborough Village Theatre]  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #2 - Musical: Best Ensemble Performance | The Company  
      THEA | Best Director | Elizabeth Van Wyck  
      Nom  | Best Production | Mike Scott, Producer  
  2012/2013        
  2012 Nov:  SOUTH SIMCOE THEATRE [Old Town Hall, Cookstown]  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award - Cohesive and Comprehensive Realisation of The Director's Vision | The Company  
  2013/2014        
  2014 May:  THE CURTAIN CLUB [Curtain Club Theatre, Richmond Hill]  

NURSE JANE GOES TO HAWAII
When Vivien Bliss, writer of Harlequin Romance novels, comes to spend a romantic weekend with respectably married school teacher Edgar Chisholm, she starts a train of events which involves all the classic elements of farce confused identities, disguise, long lost relatives, ambushes, chases and glorious mayhem. How Vivien gets her new novel finished in the face of, behind the back of, in spite of and with the help of an advice columnist, a nosy reporter, a doctor in panty hose, an orphan with a cake and Helga the evil Russian physicist, is the story of this hilarious play.
  NURSE JANE GOES TO HAWAII a Comedy by Allan Stratton  
  2010/2011        
  2011 Apr:  BURL-OAK THEATRE GROUP [Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts]  

NUTS
A young woman is facing a charge of manslaughter. Her competence to stand trial must first be determined at a hearing which could keep her in a psychiatric ward forever. Various people - her family, the doctors and the lawyers - all have a vested interest in the outcome. This play is a provocative and intense indictment of the medical and legal systems. In 1987, Nuts was a movie starring Barbra Streisand and Richard Dreyfuss. WARNING: MATURE CONTENT AND LANGUAGE.
  NUTS a Drama by Tom Topor 
  2010/2011        
  2011 Mar:  THE BLOOR WEST VILLAGE PLAYERS [Village Playhouse, Toronto]  
  2013/2014        
  2014 Apr:  SCARBOROUGH THEATRE GUILD [Scarborough Village Theatre]  

O
OAKVILLE PLAYERS: TEN MINUTE PLAY FESTIVAL
  OAKVILLE PLAYERS: TEN MINUTE PLAY FESTIVAL a One Act Festival by The Oakville Players  
  2016/2017        
  2017 May:  THE OAKVILLE PLAYERS [Joshua Creek Heritage Centre, Oakville]  

THE ODD COUPLE - FEMALE VERSION
Unger and Madison are at it again! Florence Unger and Olive Madison, that is, in Neil Simon's hilarious contemporary comic classic: the female version of "The Odd Couple". Instead of the poker party that begins the original version, Ms. Madison has invited the girls over for an evening of Trivial Pursuit. The Pidgeon sisters have been replaced by the two Constanzuela brothers. But the hilarity remains the same.
  ODD COUPLE - FEMALE VERSION, THE a Comedy by Neil Simon 
  2012/2013        
  2013 May:  MISSISSAUGA PLAYERS THEATRE GROUP [Maja Prentice Theatre, Mississauga]  
  2013/2014        
  2013 Oct:  CALEDON TOWNHALL PLAYERS [Caledon Townhall Players Theatre]  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #2 - Comedy: "The Abbott and Costello Award of Excellence" | Gord Gardiner and Jeff Bathurst as The Two Spanish Brothers, "Manolo" and "Jesus"  

THE ODD COUPLE
This classic comedy opens as a group of the guys assembled for cards in the apartment of divorced Oscar Madison. And if the mess is any indication, it's no wonder that his wife left him. Late to arrive is Felix Unger who has just been separated from his wife. Fastidious, depressed and none too tense, Felix seems suicidal, but as the action unfolds Oscar becomes the one with murder on his mind when the clean-freak and the slob ultimately decide to room together with hilarious results as "The Odd Couple" is born.
  ODD COUPLE, THE a Comedy by Neil Simon 
  2012/2013        
  2013 Jan:  SCARBOROUGH PLAYERS [Scarborough Village Theatre]  
      Nom  | Best Production | Stefan Budansew, Producer  
  2014/2015        
  2014 Oct:  OSHAWA LITTLE THEATRE [Oshawa Little Theatre]  
      THEA*| Best Production | Bill Baker, Producer  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Will van der Zyl as "Felix Ungar"  
      Nom  | Best Set Design | Bille Clarke  
      Nom  | Best Director | Geoffrey Coulter  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | James Burrell as "Oscar Madison"  
  2017/2018        
  2018 May:  MILTON PLAYERS THEATRE GROUP [Milton Centre For The Arts]  

OFFICE HOURS
On a Friday afternoon in six different offices in a big city, we follow six different stories which are somehow related. It's a wild ride with an ending that sends the audience into a collective howl.
  OFFICE HOURS a Comedy by Norm Foster 
  2014/2015        
  2015 Feb:  BORELIANS COMMUNITY THEATRE [Town Hall 1873, Port Perry]  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design | Michael Serres  
      Nom  | Best Stage Manager | Ruth Smith  
  2016/2017        
  2017 May:  EAST SIDE PLAYERS [Papermill Theatre at Todmorden Mills, Toronto]  

OKLAHOMA!
Set in a Western Indian territory just after the turn of the century (1900), the high-spirited rivalry between the local farmers and cowboys provides the colorful background against which Curly, a handsome cowboy, and Laurey, a winsome farm girl, play out their love story. Although the road to true love never runs smooth, with these two headstrong romantics holding the reins, love's journey is as bumpy as a surrey ride down a country road. That they will succeed in making a new life together we have no doubt, and that this new life will begin in a brand-new state provides the ultimate climax to the triumphant OKLAHOMA!
  OKLAHOMA! a Musical by Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein II  
  2016/2017        
  2017 Mar:  CITY CENTRE MUSICAL PRODUCTIONS [Meadowvale Theatre, Mississauga]  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role - Musical | Raylin Marcotte as "Laurey Williams"  
      THEA | Best Set Design - Musical | Chris Stolz  
      Nom  | Best Stage Manager - Musical | Glenn Pringle  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design - Musical | John Dalgleish  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design - Musical | Bryan Pasic & James Weir  
  2017/2018        
  2018 Jan:  ONSTAGE UXBRIDGE [Uxbridge Music Hall]  

OLD LOVE
He's recently divorced. She's newly-widowed. At her husband's funeral, an old aquaintance emerges to pay his respects, leading to a re-awakening of forgotten emotions. Old Love is a story of romance, courtship and relationships between older adults.
  OLD LOVE a Comedy by Norm Foster 
  2013/2014        
  2014 Feb:  MARKHAM LITTLE THEATRE [Flato Markham Theatre for the Performing Arts]  
      THEA | Best Lighting Design | John Sellens  
      THEA | Best Costume Design | Maria Cerone  
      Nom  | Best Production | Angela Stewart, Producer  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Shari Thorne as "Young Molly"  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design | Amy Willshaw  
  2016/2017        
  2017 Mar:  THEATRE AURORA [Theatre Aurora]  
      Nom  | Best Canadian Production - Comedy | Barb Jones, Producer  
      Nom  | Best Director - Comedy | Sergio Calderon  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role - Comedy | Phil Dionne as "Bud"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role - Comedy | Susan Lane as "Molly"  

OLIVER
Bringing Charles Dickens' beloved novel to life, Lionel Bart's Oliver! Takes audiences on a wild adventure through Victorian England. Join young, orphaned Oliver a twist as he navigates the London underworld of theft and violence, searching for a home, a family, and -most importantly- love. When Oliver is picked up on the street by a boy named the Artful Dodger, he is welcomed into a gang of child pickpockets led by the conniving, but charismatic , Fagin. When Oliver is falsely accused of a theft he didn't commit, he is rescued by a kind and wealthy gentleman, to the dismay of Fagin's violent sidekick Bill Sykes. Caught in the middle is the warmhearted Nancy, who is trapped under Bill's thumb, but desperate to help Oliver, with tragic results. With spirited, timeless songs like "As Long as He Needs Me"' Food, Glorious Food" and "Where is Love" is a musical classic.
  OLIVER a Musical by Lionel Bart 
  2010/2011        
  2010 Nov:  ETOBICOKE MUSICAL PRODUCTIONS [Burnhamthorpe Auditorium, Etobicoke]  
  2016/2017        
  2016 Nov:  CURTAIN CALL PLAYERS [Fairview Library Theatre, North York]  
  2016 Dec:  LP STAGE PRODUCTIONS [Grace Tipling Concert Hall, Shelburne]  
  2017 Apr:  BURL-OAK THEATRE GROUP [Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts]  
  2017/2018        
  2018 Feb:  KEMPENFELT COMMUNITY PLAYERS [Georgian Theatre, Barrie]  

OLIVER TWIST
  OLIVER TWIST a Drama by Robert Thomas Noll & from Charles Dickens 
  2012/2013        
  2013 Feb:  BORELIANS COMMUNITY THEATRE [Town Hall 1873, Port Perry]  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award - "Juvenile Performance" | Fagan's Ensemble  

ON A FIRST NAME BASIS
David Kilbridge is a successful spy novelist. His housekeeper Lucy Hopperstaad has been his maid for 28 years and yet he knows nothing about her. They have an alcohol-fuelled conversation one night that reveals all, with many surprises, laughs and tears along the way.
  ON A FIRST NAME BASIS a Comedy by Norm Foster  
  2017/2018        
  2017 Sep:  MARKHAM LITTLE THEATRE [Markham Little Theatre Backstage]  
  2018 May:  MARIPOSA ARTS THEATRE FOUNDATION [Orillia Opera House - Studio Theatre]  

ON GOLDEN POND
The plot focuses on aging couple Ethel and Norman Thayer, who spend each summer at their home on a lake called Golden Pond. During the year the story takes place, they are visited by daughter Chelsea with her fiance and his son in tow. The play explores the often turbulent relationship the young woman shared with her father growing up, and the difficulties faced by a couple in the twilight years of a long marriage.
  ON GOLDEN POND a Drama by Ernest Thompson  
  2013/2014        
  2013 Sep:  THE CURTAIN CLUB [Curtain Club Theatre, Richmond Hill]  
  2014 Feb:  CALEDON TOWNHALL PLAYERS [Caledon Townhall Players Theatre]  
  2014 Apr:  WHITBY COURTHOUSE THEATRE [Whitby Courthouse Theatre]  
  2017/2018        
  2017 Sep:  SCARBOROUGH PLAYERS [Scarborough Village Theatre]  

ONCE UPON A MATTRESS
If you thought you knew the story of the 'Princess and the Pea', you may be in for a walloping surprise! Did you know, for instance, that Princess Winnifred swam the moat to reach Prince Dauntless the Drab? or that Lady Larkin's love for Sir Harry provided a rather compelling reason that she reach the bridal altar post haste? Or, that in fact, it wasn't a pea at all that caused the princess a sleepless night? Carried on a wave of wonderful songs, by turns hilarious and raucous, romantic and melodic, this rollicking spin on the familiar classic of royal courtship and comeuppance provides for some side splitting shenanigans. Chances are you'll never look at fairy tales quite the same way again.
  ONCE UPON A MATTRESS a Musical by Mary Rodgers & Jay Thompson & Dean Fuller & Marshall Barer 
  2013/2014        
  2014 Feb:  KEMPENFELT COMMUNITY PLAYERS [Georgian Theatre, Barrie]  
      THEA | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Lorie Hanley as "Queen Aggravain"  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design | Jen Raedts  

ONCE UPON A WINTER'S EVE
  ONCE UPON A WINTER'S EVE a Musical by Liz Auston 
  2015/2016        
  2015 Nov:  SCUGOG CHORAL SOCIETY [Town Hall 1873, Port Perry]  

ONCE UPON A THYME
  ONCE UPON A THYME a Musical by K Bajina & R Burdon & Ann & Alan Cox & I Gray & D Lawton R McCall 
  2010/2011        
  2011 Jan:  NEWMARKET STAGE COMPANY [Newmarket Theatre]  

ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST
A charming rogue contrives to serve a short sentence in an airy mental institution rather than in a prison. This, he learns, was a mistake. He clashes with the head nurse, a fierce martinet. He quickly takes over the yard and accomplishes what the medical profession has been unable to do for twelve years; he makes a presumed deaf and dumb Indian talk. He leads others out of introversion, stages a revolt so that they can see the World Series on television, and arranges a rollicking midnight party with liquor and chippies. For one offense, the head nurse has him submit to shock treatment. The party is too horrid for her and she forces him to submit to a final correction: a frontal lobotomy.
  ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST a Dramatic Comedy by Dale Wasserman (from novel by Ken Kesey) 
  2017/2018        
  2018 Feb:  OSHAWA LITTLE THEATRE [Oshawa Little Theatre]  

ONE SLIGHT HITCH
It's Courtney's wedding day, and her mom, Delia, is making sure that everything is perfect. The groom is perfect, the dress is perfect, and the decorations (assuming they arrive) will be perfect. Then the doorbell rings and Courtney’s ex-boyfriend enters the picture. And all hell breaks loose. So much for perfect.
  ONE SLIGHT HITCH a Comedy by Lewis Black 
  2014/2015        
  2015 Feb:  GEORGETOWN LITTLE THEATRE [John Elliott Theatre, Georgetown]  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Esther Chung as "Courtney Coleman"  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #1 - Comedy: Ensemble Performance | Ensemble  

ONSTAGE PRODUCTIONS: SPRING FLING III
A musical variety of songs from Broadway, Jazz, & More...
  ONSTAGE PRODUCTIONS: SPRING FLING III a Musical Revue by Onstage Productions  
  2016/2017        
  2017 May:  ONSTAGE PRODUCTIONS [Fairview Library Theatre, North York]  

OPEN HOUSE
  OPEN HOUSE a Comedy by Paul Rose  

OPENING NIGHT
Jack and Ruth Tisdale celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary with an evening at the theatre. It's a dream come true for Ruth and an imposition for Jack, who would rather be at home watching the World Series. However, after the events both on and off the stage that fateful night, their lives and those of all involved are irreparably altered.
  OPENING NIGHT a Comedy by Norm Foster 
  2015/2016        
  2016 Apr:  NAGS PLAYERS [Tranzac Stage, Toronto]  

OPERATION DADDY: HERE COME THE WAR BRIDES
As two 80-something Canadian war brides arrive at an old church to honour a common friend, they find themselves reliving the past in a way neither imagined possible. As old memories come back, Charlotte and Katherine reflect on how their lives were forever changed during WWII when they were young women flirting outrageously with foreign men in uniform…and destiny. OPERATION DADDY delivers a musical stroll down memory lane as it follows the relationship between three unlikely friends in war-time Britain who flirt with and fall for Canadian servicemen during World War II. The journey has many moments inspired by actual 'War Brides' experiences and is punctuated by showstoppers and tender ballads made famous by stars of the day (like The Andrews Sisters, Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, Dinah Shore, Judy Garland, Vera Lynn...and the big band orchestras)!
  OPERATION DADDY: HERE COME THE WAR BRIDES a Musical by Liz Auston 
  2016/2017        
  2016 Nov:  SCUGOG CHORAL SOCIETY [Town Hall 1873, Port Perry]  

THE OPTIMISTS
  OPTIMISTS, THE a Comedy by Morwyn Brebner 
  2010/2011        
  2011 Apr:  HURONIA PLAYERS [Huronia Players Studio Theatre, Midland]  

OTHER DESERT CITIES
"Other Desert Cities" involves a family with differing political views and a long-held family secret. The play's name refers to a control city guide sign on eastbound Interstate 10 in California, which indicates that the freeway is headed towards Indio, California and "other Desert Cities" (that is, the rest of the Coachella Valley). The play's events occur around the Christmas 2004 holiday, when the family of Polly and Lyman Wyeth gather in Palm Springs, California. Their daughter Brooke Wyeth returns home after six years. Polly's sister Silda is also visiting, out of a time spent in rehab. Polly and Lyman are Republicans, while Silda is a liberal. The sisters co-wrote a series of MGM comedies in the 1960s. Brooke announces to her family that she is about to publish a memoir dredging up a pivotal and tragic event in the family's history—a wound they don't want reopened. That event is the suicide of her late brother Henry, who had been involved with the radical underground subculture.
  OTHER DESERT CITIES a Drama by Jon Robin Baitz 
  2014/2015        
  2015 Feb:  MARKHAM LITTLE THEATRE [Flato Markham Theatre for the Performing Arts]  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #2 - Drama: Producers of Technically Demanding and Complex Shows | Margaret Brownsberger  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Michele Browne as "Polly Wyeth"  
      Nom  | Best Set Design | Rene Vriends  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #1 - Drama: Specific Ensemble Performances and their Directors | The Wyeth Family/Eric Newton. (Michele Browne, Heather Smith, Terry Browne, Mark Boyko, Jackie Del Greco)  

THE OTHER PLACE
Just as Juliana Smithton's research leads to a potential breakthrough, her life takes a disorienting turn. During a lecture to colleagues at an exclusive beach resort, she glimpses an enigmatic young woman in a yellow bikini amidst the crowd of business suits. One step at a time, a mystery unravels as contradictory evidence, blurred truth and fragmented memories collide in a cottage on the windswept shores of Cape Cod.
  OTHER PLACE, THE a Drama by Sharr White  
  2017/2018        
  2018 Jan:  DURHAM SHOESTRING PERFORMERS [Arts Resource Centre, Oshawa]  

OUR TOWN
In an important publishing event, Samuel French, in cooperation with the Thornton Wilder estate is pleased to release the playwright's definitive version of Our Town. This edition of the play differs only slightly from previous acting editions, yet it presents Our Town as Thornton Wilder wished it to be performed. Described by Edward Albee as "...the greatest American play ever written," the story follows the small town of Grover's Corners through three acts: "Daily Life," "Love and Marriage," and "Death and Eternity." Narrated by a stage manager and performed with minimal props and sets, audiences follow the Webb and Gibbs families as their children fall in love, marry, and eventually—in one of the most famous scenes in American theatre—die. Thornton Wilder's final word on how he wanted his play performed is an invaluable addition to the American stage and to the libraries of theatre lovers internationally.
  OUR TOWN a Drama by Thorton Wilder 
  2011/2012        
  2011 Oct:  BORELIANS COMMUNITY THEATRE [Town Hall 1873, Port Perry]  
      THEA | Best Costume Design | Janet Huehn  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design | Michael Serres  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #3 - Drama: Superb Ensemble Work by a Company | The Company  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | David Geene as "Stage Manager"  
  2012 May:  HURONIA PLAYERS [Huronia Players Theatre, Midland]  

OUT OF SIGHT, OUT OF MURDER
  OUT OF SIGHT, OUT OF MURDER a Drama by Fred Carmichael 
  2010/2011        
  2011 Mar:  MISSISSAUGA PLAYERS THEATRE GROUP [Clarke Memorial Hall, Port Credit]  

OUTLAW
Kansas,1871. A young Canadian homesteader, traveling far from home, finds himself accused of murder and sentenced to hang. With only his wits and his typically Canadian perspective to defend himself, he turns the law of the land – and the Americans hell bent on enforcing it – upside down.
  OUTLAW a Comedy by Norm Foster 
  2010/2011        
  2011 Mar:  NEWMARKET STAGE COMPANY [Newmarket Theatre]  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #3 - Comedy: Properties | Shelley Mathieson & Susan Bowman  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #1 - Comedy: Ensemble | The Acting Company  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design | Susan Bowman  
  2012/2013        
  2012 Sep:  SCARBOROUGH THEATRE GUILD [Scarborough Village Theatre]  
  2016/2017        
  2017 Jun:  THE CURTAIN CLUB [Curtain Club Theatre, Richmond Hill]  

OUTSIDE MULLINGAR
Anthony and Rosemary are two introverted misfits straddling 40. Anthony has spent his entire life on a cattle farm in rural Ireland, a state of affairs that, due to his painful shyness, suits him well. Rosemary lives right next door, determined to have him, watching the years slip away. With Anthony’s father threatening to disinherit him and a land feud simmering between their families, Rosemary has every reason to fear romantic catastrophe. But then, in this very Irish story with a surprising depth of poetic passion, these yearning, eccentric souls fight their way towards solid ground and some kind of happiness. Their journey is heartbreaking, funny as hell, and ultimately deeply moving. OUTSIDE MULLINGAR is a compassionate, delightful work about how it’s never too late to take a chance on love.
  OUTSIDE MULLINGAR a Comedy by John Patrick Shanley  
  2016/2017        
  2016 Oct:  TORONTO IRISH PLAYERS [Alumnae Theatre, Toronto]  
      THEA*| Best Production - Comedy | Susan McQueen, Producer  
      THEA | Best Lighting Design - Comedy | Mary Jane Boon  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #3 - Comedy: Magic As It Happens Only In Theatre | The Design Team  
      Nom  | Best Director - Comedy | Harvey Levkoe  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role - Comedy | Chris Irving as "Anthony"  
      Nom  | Best Set Design - Comedy | Wayne Cardinalli  
      Nom  | Best Sound Design - Comedy | John McQueen  

OVER THE RIVER AND THROUGH THE WOODS
An Off-Broadway hit about four Italian American seniors who struggle to accept that their remaining grandson has his own dreams that apparently don’t include them. A touching and hilarious play that examines the nature of love, relationships, and the importance of family.
  OVER THE RIVER AND THROUGH THE WOODS a Comedy by Joe DiPietro 
  2011/2012        
  2012 Jan:  BURL-OAK THEATRE GROUP [Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts]  
  2012/2013        
  2013 May:  EAST SIDE PLAYERS [Papermill Theatre at Todmorden Mills, Toronto]  

P
P.S. UNCLE ANGUS
The action of this play takes place the day befoe and the day of 9/11, in a farm house in Essex County, Ontario. [b]P.S. Uncle Angus[/b] considers what happens when a plane crashes into a family. As the world loses its innocence, so too the Thomas family lose their idealistic notions when the death of the patriarch forces them to take stock and consider what it means to live, love and laugh.
  P.S. UNCLE ANGUS a Drama by Neil Alexander Marr 
  2010/2011        
  2011 Feb:  MARKHAM LITTLE THEATRE [Flato Markham Theatre for the Performing Arts]  
      THEA | Best Production | Rene Vriends, Producer  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #1 - Drama: First Timers | Neil Alexander Marr, Playwright  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #2 - Drama: Stand-Outs | Rene Vriends, Producer, Lighting Assistant, Program, Publicity, Set Builder & Painter  
      Nom  | Best Director | Neil Alexander Marr  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Leading Role | Joe Tyrone as "George"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Leading Role | Kate O'Hearn as "Chastity"  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role | Michele Browne as "Ana"  
      Nom  | Best Lighting Design | Ron Brownsberger  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #4 - Drama: Ensemble | The Entire Cast  
  2014/2015        
  2015 May:  STOUFFVILLE THEATRE COMPANY [Nineteen On The Park - Lebovic Centre for Arts & Entertainment, Whitchurch-Stouffville]  

THE PAJAMA GAME
Conditions at the Sleep-Tite Pajama Factory are anything but peaceful as sparks fly between new superintendent, Sid Sorokin, and Babe Williams, leader of the union grievance committee. Their stormy relationship comes to a head when the workers strike for a 7 ½ cent pay increase, setting off not only a conflict between management and labor, but a battle of the sexes as well.
  PAJAMA GAME, THE a Musical by George Abbott, Richard Bissel, Richard Adler & Jerry Ross 
  2011/2012        
  2012 Apr:  SOUTH SIMCOE THEATRE [Old Town Hall, Cookstown]  
  2012/2013        
  2013 Apr:  ONSTAGE PRODUCTIONS [George Ignatieff Theatre, Toronto]  

PARFUMERIE
This new adaptation of the play that inspired several movies is a warm, gentle comedy that follows the tangled tale of Parfumerie employee George Horvath. Just days before Christmas, George's boss fires him after mistakenly suspecting him to be the lover of his unfaithful wife. Meanwhile, George's own love life goes awry when he discovers that the stranger he has fallen in love with through a secret correspondence is none other than Amalia Balash, a co-worker with whom he constantly feuds. For the employees of the Parfumerie, only the truth can lead to a happy resolution in this old-fashioned, romantic Christmas tale.
  PARFUMERIE a Comedy by Miklos Laszlo & E.P. Dowdall (adapted by E.P. Dowdall) 
  2015/2016        
  2015 Dec:  SCARBOROUGH PLAYERS [Scarborough Village Theatre]  
      THEA | Best Lighting Design | David Buffham  
      THEA | Best Set Design | Chris Warmerdam  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #3 - Comedy: Achievement in Ensemble Acting | Cast  
      Nom  | Best Production | Linda Brent, Producer  
      Nom  | Best Director | Cory Doran  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role | Chris Hardess as "Mr. Sipos"  
      Nom  | Best Costume Design | Andra Bradish  
  2017/2018        
  2017 Nov:  THE CURTAIN CLUB [Curtain Club Theatre, Richmond Hill]  

PATIENCE AND PIGSKIN
A Gilbert and Sullivan operetta adapted for the 21st century.
  PATIENCE AND PIGSKIN a Musical by Gilbert & Sullivan 
  2013/2014        
  2014 Feb:  NORTH TORONTO PLAYERS [Jubilee United Church, Toronto]  

THE PERFECT CRIME
One unsolved murder, a series of strange accidents, a woman with red hair, a confusing and ugly painting, and a gun or two. There aren’t enough chairs for Inspector Ascher to figure this one out. The answer to the mystery may lie in the waiting room of the sultry Dr. Margaret Thorne Brent, psychiatrist. That is, if Harrison Brent doesn’t get in the way...
  PERFECT CRIME, THE a Drama by Warren Manzi 
  2015/2016        
  2015 Nov:  NAGS PLAYERS [Tranzac Stage, Toronto]  

THE PERFECT RHYME
  PERFECT RHYME, THE a Comedy by Barry Yzereef 
  2010/2011        
  2010 Sep:  THE CURTAIN CLUB [Curtain Club Theatre, Richmond Hill]  

PERFECT WEDDING
An appalling situation. A bridegroom wakes on his wedding morning in his own bridal suite, with his bride-to-be about to arrive any moment, and finds a strange girl in bed beside him. What's more an extremely attractive girl whom, in the depths of his post stag-night hangover, he can't remotely remember even having been introduced to. Worse - during the ensuing panic to get the stranger dressed and out of the way, the bride arrives and the girl is trapped in the bathroom. The only way out of the dilemma is to persuade the best man to pretend that the hidden girl is his girl friend. Then the problem is that the best man’s real girl friend has to be kept ignorant of the fact. By the time the bride's parents and half the hotel staff get in on the act, the chaos reaches nuclear proportions!
  PERFECT WEDDING a Comedy by Robin Howdon  
  2009/2010        
  2010 Apr:  CALEDON TOWNHALL PLAYERS [ tbd, ]  
  2010/2011        
  2011 Mar:  THEATRE ETOBICOKE [Assembly Hall, Etobicoke]  
  2017/2018        
  2018 Apr:  THE BLOOR WEST VILLAGE PLAYERS [Village Playhouse, Toronto]  
  2018 May:  MARKHAM LITTLE THEATRE [Flato Markham Theatre for the Performing Arts]  

PETER PAN
Three children are visited by Peter Pan, a boy who refuses to grow up. With the help of his tiny friend Tinkerbell, Peter takes the three children on magical flight to Never Land. This enchanted island is home to Peter, Tink, the Lost Boys, Tiger Lily and her Native American nation. It's also home to the scheming Captain Hook who is as intent on defeating Peter Pan as he is from escaping the tick-tocking crocodile that once ate his hand--and loved the taste so much. Family fun for all ages!
  PETER PAN a Musical by Piers Chater Robinson, Mark 'Moose' Charlap, Jule Styne & Carolyn Leigh (adapted from J.M. Barrie) 
  2013/2014        
  2013 Nov:  BRAMPTON MUSIC THEATRE [Rose Theatre, Brampton]  

PETER PAN - A HOLIDAY PANTOMIME
This version is the typical British pantomime but told from a modern day perspective. It comes complete with Peter, The Darlings, Nana the dog , Captain Hook, The Lost Boys and a variety of Neverland Characters. The script follows the Peter Pan story but is set in the present time and involves a twist. It will involve plenty of jokes, lots of loud colourful characters and fun for everyone!
  PETER PAN - A HOLIDAY PANTOMIME a Comedy by Chantal Forde  
  2014/2015        
  2014 Dec:  BURL-OAK THEATRE GROUP [Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts]  

PETER PAN JR.
Peter and his mischievous fairy sidekick, Tinkerbell, visit the nursery of the Darling children late one night and, with a sprinkle of pixie dust, begin a magical journey across the stars that none of them will ever forget. In the adventure of a lifetime, the travelers come face to face with a ticking crocodile, a fierce Indian tribe, a band of bungling pirates and, of course, the villainous Captain Hook.
  PETER PAN JR. a Musical by Carolyn Leigh, Mark 'Moose' Charlap, Betty Comden & Adolph Green (& Julie Styne based on J.M. Barrie) 
  2017/2018        
  2017 Nov:  KEMPENFELT COMMUNITY PLAYERS [Georgian Theatre, Barrie]  
  2018 Jan:  ORANGEVILLE MUSIC THEATRE [Orangeville Town Hall Opera House]  

PETER PAN JR. - DISNEY'S
A modern version of the timeless tale about a boy who wouldn't grow up with no flying required! The score includes new arrangements of classic Disney songs, such as "Following the Leader," "You Can Fly," "The Second Star to the Right" and "Yo Ho, A Pirate's Life for Me." Wendy Darling loves to tell stories to her brothers, Michael and John. But when her father announces she must move out of the nursery, Peter Pan comes to visit the children and whisks them away to Never Land. Their adventure introduces them to the Lost Boys, Mermaids, Indians and even the infamous pirate, Captain Hook!
  PETER PAN JR. - DISNEY'S a Musical by Sammy Cahn, Sammy Fain, Eric Svejcar & David Zelinik (based on play by J.M. Barrie and 1953 Disney film) 
  2014/2015        
  2014 Dec:  LP STAGE PRODUCTIONS [Grace Tipling Concert Hall, Shelburne]  

PETER AND WENDY
It's about Peter Pan and Wendy Darling... and some other characters too.
  PETER AND WENDY a Comedy by J. M. Barrie & adapted by Cat Heaven 
  2014/2015        
  2015 May:  GEORGETOWN LITTLE THEATRE [Georgetown Little Theatre Studio]  

THE PHOENIX LOTTERY
  PHOENIX LOTTERY, THE a Farce by Allan Stratton  
  2014/2015        
  2014 Nov:  DURHAM SHOESTRING PERFORMERS [Arts Resource Centre, Oshawa]  

THE PHOTOGRAPH
Two sisters reunite to arrange the funeral of their father and to cope with the deteriorating mental health of their mother only to find that an accidental photograph may shatter what is left of their family. The cast is 5 women able to play various ages from 17 to 75+. The youngest female must have an Irish accent. A single set which transforms from present day to the late 1940’s. A great play for community theatres with many female members. Two acts with an approximate total running time of 110 minutes. The Photograph won an ACT-CO Award for Best New Canadian Play, 2008; Writers’ Springboard Winner, 2012.
  PHOTOGRAPH, THE a Drama by Joan Burrows 

PICASSO AT THE LAPIN AGILE
This absurdist comedy places Albert Einstein and Pablo Picasso in a Parisian cafe in 1904, just before the renowned scientist transformed physics with his theory of relativity and the celebrated painter set the art world afire with cubism. The playwright plays fast and loose with fact, fame and fortune as these two geniuses muse on the century's achievements and prospects as well as other fanciful topics with infectious dizziness. Bystanders, including Picasso' agent, the bartender and his mistress, Picasso's date, an elderly philosopher, Charles Dabernow Schmendiman and an idiot inventor introduce additional flourishes of humor. The final surprise patron to join the merriment at the Lapin Agile is a charismatic dark haired singer time warped in from a later era.
  PICASSO AT THE LAPIN AGILE a Comedy by Steve Martin 
  2016/2017        
  2017 Feb:  EAST SIDE PLAYERS [Papermill Theatre at Todmorden Mills, Toronto]  
      THEA | Best Set Design - Comedy | Shauna McLean  
      Nom  | Best Director - Comedy | Ken Stern  
      Nom  | Best Performance by a Male in a Supporting Role - Comedy | Edward Karek as "Sagot"  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #1 - Comedy: First Timers In Their Field | Declan Ryan, Actor as "Picasso"  
  2017 Mar:  THE OAKVILLE PLAYERS [Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts]  

PICKING UP CHEKOV
On the road - now. A visitation rights challenge by her anxious mother motivates Stevie to convince her private investigator dad that they need to run away. When they encounter the baffling Chekhov, who just wants a lift home, and later, a kid with a major grudge, everyone’s ideas of right and wrong take a bumpy ride. A modern dark comedy about reconciliation and togetherness in a broken family.
  PICKING UP CHEKOV a Drama by Mansel Robinson 
  2015/2016        
  2015 Nov:  DURHAM SHOESTRING PERFORMERS [Arts Resource Centre, Oshawa]  

PICNIC
It is Labor Day, and everyone is preparing for a neighborhood picnic. Since shy Millie does not have a date, neighbor Mrs. Potts suggests that Hal accompany her, much to the chagrin of Flo. Hal agrees, but he is much more interested in Madge. There is an undeniable attraction between the two, as much as they try to fight it. While getting ready for the picnic, the family and friends dance in Flo’s backyard to music playing nearby. Hal grows on each of the women, and they both vie for his attention. Several unfortunate things happen simultaneously: Millie gets sick from drinking too much whiskey while no one is paying attention. Hal accidentally offends Rosemary, the schoolteacher, who then screams at him, and Flo joins in criticizing him. Hal sits in the shadows by himself while everyone leaves for the picnic. Rosemary and her boyfriend Howard decide to skip the picnic and go for a drive. Madge stays behind to change her dress. When she comes back outside and tries to console Hal, they kiss after a deep and revealing conversation. They run off together and spend the night in the car. Howard brings Rosemary back to the house. As he leaves, Rosemary begs him to marry her. When Madge and Hal return, Madge is ashamed of what they did. Hal asks for one more kiss, and their “passion is revived”. In the morning, Flo is frantic because she sees Madge crying hysterically. Rosemary leaves with Howard to get married, and everyone goes to the street to see her off. When Madge is left alone in the backyard, Hal shows up to talk to her. The others come back into the yard, and Hal is forced to leave. Madge finally admits that she loves him after he’s gone, and she enters the house crying. Alan leaves, and it is obviously over between him and Madge. A little while later, Madge comes out of the house with a suitcase and tells her mother that she’s going after Hal. The play ends with Flo watching her daughter leave.
  PICNIC a Drama by William Inge 
  2014/2015        
  2015 Mar:  SCARBOROUGH THEATRE GUILD [Scarborough Village Theatre]  

THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE
  PIRATES OF PENZANCE, THE a Musical by Gilbert & Sullivan 
  2012/2013        
  2013 Feb:  NORTH TORONTO PLAYERS [Forest Grove United Church, Toronto]  

THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE JR
  PIRATES OF PENZANCE JR, THE a Musical by Gilbert & Sullivan 
  2010/2011        
  2011 May:  BRAMPTON MUSIC THEATRE [Lester B. Pearson Theatre, Brampton]  

PLAY ON!
Perfect for any performing group, this is the hilarious story of a theater group trying desperately to put on a play in spite of maddening interference from a haughty author who keeps revising the script. Act I is a rehearsal of the dreadful show, Act II is the near disastrous dress rehearsal, and the final act is the actual performance in which anything that can go wrong does. When the author decides to give a speech on the state of the modern theatre during the curtain calls, the audience is treated to a madcap climax to a thoroughly hilarious romp. Even the sound effects reap their share of laughter.
  PLAY ON! a Comedy by Rick Abbot 
  2010/2011        
  2011 Jan:  OSHAWA LITTLE THEATRE [Oshawa Little Theatre]  
      THEA | Adjudicator Award #2 - Comedy: Stage Management | Cheryl Tulloch-Van Vliet  
      THEA | Best Set Design | Rick Kerr  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #3 - Comedy: Properties | Judy Farrell & Cheryl Tulloch-Van Vliet  

PLAYING DOCTOR
  PLAYING DOCTOR a Comedy by Billy Van Zandt & Jane Milmore 
  2011/2012        
  2012 Mar:  THEATRE ETOBICOKE [Assembly Hall, Etobicoke]  
      Nom  | Adjudicator Award #3 - Comedy: Ensemble | The Company  
  2012 Jun:  BEAVERTON TOWN HALL PLAYERS [Beaverton Town Hall]  

PLAZA SUITE
The play is composed of three acts, each involving different characters but all set in Suite 719 of New York City's Plaza Hotel. The first act, Visitor From Mamaroneck, introduces the audience to not-so-blissfully wedded couple Sam and Karen Nash, who are revisiting their honeymoon suite in an attempt by Karen to bring the love back into their marriage. Her plan backfires and the two become embroiled in a heated argument about whether or not Sam is having an affair with his secretary. The act ends with Sam leaving (allegedly to attend to urgent business) and Karen sadly reflecting on how much things have changed since they were young. The second act, Visitor from Hollywood, involves a meeting between movie producer Jesse Kiplinger and his old flame, suburban housewife Muriel Tate. Muriel - aware of his reputation as a smooth-talking ladies' man - has come for nothing more than a chat between old friends, promising herself she will not stay too long. Jesse, however, has other plans in mind and repeatedly attempts to seduce her. The third act, Visitor from Forest Hills[disambiguation needed], revolves around married couple Roy and Norma Hubley on their daughter Mimsey's wedding day. In a rush of nervousness, Mimsey has locked herself in the suite's bathroom and refuses to leave. This is the most comic of the acts, filled with increasingly outrageous slapstick moments depicting her parents' frantic attempts to cajole her into attending her wedding while the gathered guests await the trio's arrival downstairs. The scene ends and they finally get married.
  PLAZA SUITE a Comedy by Neil Simon 

THE PLOUGH AND THE STARS
  PLOUGH AND THE STARS, THE a Drama by Sean O'Casey 

POINT OF VIEWING
When a technical mish