Company

 

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Liz Truchanowicz - Director
Liz recently completed her MFA in Directing for the Stage from the University of Ottawa.  She is a founding member of the independent theatre company 6th Avenue Players (Montreal, 2004-2006).  Recent credits include Raven for a Lark (2008 Ottawa Fringe Festival), Beyond Therapy (Lakeshore Players), and The Zoo Story (6th Avenue Players). Assistant directing credits include Alias Godot (Tarragon Theatre, Richard Rose dir.) and A Doll House (The Saidye Bronfman Centre, Peter Hinton dir.) She was the first place winner of YES Montreal’s Artist Project Plan Contest 2009 with her proposal for the production of 4.48 Psychosis. In addition Liz works with the Quebec Drama Federation. She is also the Compass Points Coordinator for the Magnetic North Theatre Festival where she organizes a national week-long program for theatre students and emerging artists.

 

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Stéphanie Breton - Female Role
Stéphanie was seen this year as ‘Dance Fox’ in the acclaimed Dance Animal presents Dance Animal (Winner Just for Laughs Award-Fringe 2009), as ‘La Tarte’ in Le Désir Attrapé par la Queue (Pretium Doloris) and as ‘Sugar’ in Trout Stanley (foundWave). Other stage credits include : ‘Masques’ nominated Trying (Centaur), Short Story Long (Pumpkin), Scènes de litS (recipient of ‘Most Promising Play’ Fringe 2008), L’Inspecteur Drive, 4 p’tits tours et puis… and on the small screen in Sophie Parker  and Superstorm. Stéphanie Breton is a graduate of John Abbott’s professional theatre program and L’École de Mime (Omnibus). She is also a professional figure skater (Disney On Ice- Toy Story).

 

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Shane Houlston – Male Role
Based in Ottawa,Ontario, this is Shane's first production in Montreal. He has previously appeared as Guildenstern in the Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead (Unicorn Theatre, University of Ottawa Department of Theatre) and as Billy Buckle in Lie, Cheat, and Genuflect (Ottawa Little Theatre) as well as in various short films.  

Lara Goldenberg – Stage Manager 
A graduate of the National Theatre School , Lara has been stage managing her way across the country for the past 15 years.  Locally, Lara has stage managed for Centaur Theatre, The Saidye Bronfman Centre, Geordie Productions, Infinitheatre, Imago, and Black Theatre Workshop.  Selected national credits include Where The Wild Things Are (MTYP, Tokyo, Winnipeg, Edmonton, Calgary); The Illusion (Odyssey, Ottawa) Home & Away (Live Bait, Sackville); The Last Drop (Carousel Players, St. Catharines); and Ariadne auf Naxos (Pacific Opera Victoria).  Lara is currently the stage management supervisor at Concordia University. 

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