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Cast Biographies

Kathryn Llewellyn (Anwen O’Driscoll) – Anwen can currently be seen in the CBC television series Burden Of Truth with Kristen Kreuk, and is in the middle of filming the new series October Faction for Netflix. A member of Lindsay Little Theatre since she was very small, this is Anwen’s MILLIONTH play with LLT.
Claire Llewellyn (Ellen Giddings) – Ellen has trained as a dancer in Canada, the U.S. and France, and as an actor with the Actors Studio in New York City. She has also appeared in several music videos and film shorts. This is her first performance with LLT.

 

Robert Llewellyn (Anthony/Tony Jackson) – Tony is also a long time member of LLT, with too many roles to list, as well as too many stage injuries! He has also written several stage plays, with LLT producing his original work, Polls Apart.
HAROLD DOBBS (DAVID DRAPER) – DAVID CAN CURRENTLY BE SEEN ON THE DISCOVERY CHANNEL’S SHOW SEE NO EVIL, AS WELL AS SEVERAL COMMERCIALS FOR MACDONALDS AND GOOGLE. A MEMBER OF LINDSAY LITTLE THEATRE FOR THE LAST SEVERAL YEARS, DAVID IS THRILLED TO BE A PART OF THIS EODL ENTRY.
Altaire Gural (Director) Altaire has directed numerous plays for LLT, including her original play, Forgotten, which has since been performed in the U.K, Australia, and the U.S. She has mainly worked on the youth program at Lindsay Little Theatre with a focus on developing skills so that many of the young actors have gone on to professional careers in film and television.

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The rest of our 2018-2019 Season: 

While struggling to complete her doctorate, downtrodden assistant professor Constance Ledbelly goes down the proverbial rabbit hole and becomes a character in two Shakespeare tragedies. Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet) is an exuberant comedy; a gender-bendy, big-hearted and crazily intelligent romp, where irony and anger sing in perfect harmony with innocence and poignancy.
Coming back for another year, LLT presents a fun and festive radio play! Full of holiday cheer, staged for the eye more so than the ear, this style of production is scripted for a live theatre audience to go ‘behind the scenes’ and watch the actors and live sound effects come to life! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stupid Kids follows four students at Joe McCarthy high school in highly stylized, fast paced scenes as they go through the struggles of life and love, grappling with the fear, frustrations and longings all teenagers face.
A light-hearted comedy about a middle-aged couple Daphne and Rollie and their friend Alex. They have found themselves out of work and out of luck. So when they come across a mistakenly rented x-rated movie, they get the idea to make their own porno film for some quick cash. The only problem is none of them want to star in it themselves. As if on cue, Jill, a birthday telegram messenger, arrives on their doorstep accidentally and their cast is set.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This futuristic nightmare consists of three brief scenes depicting the story of a young girl living during a time of violent global conflict. Confronting our deepest fears, LLT’s One Act EODL Festival entry by Caryl Churchill is a highly regarded and haunting tale of how everyone’s lives are affected when everything in nature is at war.
Adjusting to married life isn’t so easy! Follow along as newlyweds Corie, a free spirit and Paul, a straight-laced attorney balance updating their tiny apartment, and matchmaking their neighbour with Corie’s well-meaning mother. The couple must learn to support each other’s own personal differences as they tackle life’s challenges together!
Mary Chase’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play is the story of Elwood P. Dowd who claims to have an unseen friend Harvey — a six-foot, one-and-one-half-inch tall rabbit. His sister finds his behaviour embarrassing and decides to commit him to a sanitarium, which results in a comedy of errors.