Boeing Boeing – Cast


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In order of appearance

Brandon Gillespie, Bernard

Eliza Martin, Gloria

Jill McMillan, Berthe

Andrei Preda, Robert

Katie Corbridge, Gabriella

Shalyn McFaul, Gretchen

 



Brandon Gillespie, Bernard

Brandon GillespieFor Hart House Theatre: Debut

Selected Credits: Bill/Ed, Lion in the Streets (Theatre By Committee) Maxim Vale, Grapefruit (Theatre Hera) Dale, Tournament of Lies (Bald Monkey Theatre) Ross/Ketch, Our Country’s Good (Theatre Erindale) Bill Sure Thing (Beck Festival)

Upcoming: Winter Play Project for Theatre By Committee

About: Brandon is a graduate of the University of Toronto and Sheridan College’s joint Theatre and Drama Studies Program. Brandon is a co-founder of Theatre By Committee, a seven member, Toronto based theatre company. The company aims to create a theatrical laboratory for emerging artists that celebrates the unexpected surprises that come from risk and collaboration. Check us out at theatrebycommittee.com

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Eliza Martin, Gloria

Eliza MartinFor Hart House Theatre: Cecily in The Importance of Being Earnest

Selected Credits: Hedvig in Re:Current Theatre’s the Wild Duck Project, Messala in Spur-Of-The-Moment Shakespeare Collective’s Julius Caesar Project, Hellena in The Rover, Mary Warren in The Crucible (Theatre Erindale) as well as u/s Louise in Gypsy (Hangar Theatre), Emily in Bodies and Patricia in Hiding Like Elephants (Hangar Wedge Series).

About: Eliza is a Toronto based actor and graduate of the Theatre and Drama Studies program at the University of Toronto and Sheridan College. Eliza is an alumna of the 2013 Hangar Theatre Lab Academy in Ithaca, New York. She is a member of Antique Fables Theatre Collective’s “The Globe” and an Artistic Associate and Co-founder of Re:Current Theatre. Eliza is currently revising and rewriting her one-woman play O, based on Hamlet‘s Ophelia, which she originally workshopped in 2014. Read more about Eliza: www.elizamartin.ca

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Jill McMillan, Berthe

JIll McMillanFor Hart House Theatre: Debut

Selected Credits: Violet Newstead in 9 to 5: The Musical, Domina in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Ensemble in Spamalot, Nellie Forbush in South Pacific, Adelaide in Guys and Dolls, Vicky Nichols in The Full Monty (Scarborough Music Theatre); Ensemble in Les Misérables, Dorothy Brock in 42nd Street (Etobicoke Musical Productions).

About: Jill is a Toronto-based performer and also a partner in a digital marketing and communications agency.

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Andrei Preda, Robert Lambert

Andrei PredaFor Hart House Theatre: Fortinbras and the Gravedigger in Hamlet, Ferdinand in The Tempest, Dr. Chasuble in The Importance of Being Earnest.

Selected Credits: Sanders Dillingham in Commercials for Hamilton(Hammertheatre), Medvedenko in The Seagull (The Chekhov Collective), Kipps in The Woman in Black (Lower Ossington Theatre), Vladimir in Waiting for Godot (Sweet Nothing Productions),

About: Andrei is a Toronto based actor with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Acting degree from the University of Windsor. He has trained with the SITI company as well as with the MICHA Association.

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Katie Corbridge, Gabriella

Katie CorbridgeFor Hart House Theatre: Debut

Selected Credits: Sam in Half A League (Rarely Pure Theatre); Agnes in She Kills Monsters (Red Sand Castle Theatre); Persephone in Desperately Seeking Something (Toronto Fringe Festival); Mary in 9 Girls and Henrietta in The Hollow (Windsor University Players).

About: Katie is a graduate of the University of Windsor’s BFA Acting program and has studied in Boston with the Michael Chekhov Association, the SITI company, and stage combat at Toronto’s Rapier’s Wit. In addition to performing she has also produced show’s with award winning playwrights with Toronto indie theatre companies Rarely Pure Theatre and Docket Theatre. Check her out here: katiecorbridge.workbooklive.com

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Shalyn McFaul, Gretchen

Shalyn McFaulFor Hart House Theatre: Debut

Selected Credits: Narrator/Shepherd in The Winter’s Tale (Leroy Street Theatre); Anna in Devices (Alumnae Theatre); Suky Tawdry in Beggar’s Opera (Seven Tyrants Theatre); Eva in The Disappearing, Cathy Hyatt in The Last Five Years, Eileen Brennan in Godspell, Dianne in You Still Can’t, Blair/Lay in Remnants: A Fable (Pacific Theatre).

About: Shalyn is a bit of a North American nomad who has zig-zagged across the continent through Southern California, NYC, and Vancouver before landing in Toronto a year ago. When outside the theatre, you’ll likely find her baking, knitting or sewing up a storm. Watch out, Martha! Find her at shalynmcfaul.com

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