Randy Brososky (cast) has been acting professionally for film, television and theatre since 1993. He was seen in last year’s MAA & PAA Fringe show Firing Lines. Film credits include The Pharmacist, All My Sins and Burlesque Assassins. Television appearances include Mixed Blessings, Guinea Pig and Truck Stop Blood Suckers. His stage credits include Cyrano de Bergerac and Jailbait. He also street performs and occasionally voices cartoons. Randy likes cheese.
David Cheoros (playwright) is a theatre director, producer and playwright with more than 20 years of experience and 50 productions. He is co-director of MAA & PAA Theatre. Past positions have included Director of the Edmonton Fringe Theatre Festival, Executive Director of the Film and Video Arts Society, General Manager of Theatre Network, and Program Plan Coordinator for Edmonton’s EXPO 2017 bid. David teaches at Grant MacEwan University and is the Producer of LitFest: Edmonton’s Nonfiction Festival.
Vincent Forcier (director) is making his mark on the Cnaadian theatre scene using his movement skill set. He has been involved as a choreographer on many shows, including Big Shot, Blue, Death: Live! (Sterling nom) and Nobody’s Storm (Sterling nom). He also has toured in collaboration with Brian Webb Dance, Dancer’s Studio West (Calgary), New Dance Horizons (Regina), and Winnipeg Contemporary Dancers. On top of choreography and dance, he is also a successful director and actor. His uneque blend of theatre and dance is what sets him apart from others. He has been described as scarily eloquent, both physically and mentally, in the Edmonton Journal. Acting credits include The Tall Building (Azimuth), Nightlight (Quest Theatre), Dog (2 Sterling Awards), Eleanor, Twisted Thing, Grumplestock’s (Surreal SoReal Theatre), The Ambassador’s Wives (Teatro la Quindicina). Vincent received his BFA – Acting from the University of Alberta, and is the Co-Founder of Surreal SoReal Theatre with Artistic Director Jon Lachlan Stewart, and he remains an Associate Artist with the company.
After a second disastrous relationship with Tom Cruise, Linda Grass (cast) is delighted to be back in Edmonton from a brief and sordid experience in Iceland to participate in this production. A veteran of Edmonton theatre, Linda may be familiar to you from previous Fringe shows such as Anchors Away (Plain Janes), Support Ho’s (Northern Sabbatical), The Headshot of Dorian Grey, After (ACME Theatre), The Neo-Nancies(Guys in Disguise), Kiss My Asp, and Too Bad She’s a Big Ol’ Slut (The Unconscious Collective). Linda prefers tornadoes to volcanoes.
Jenny McKillop (cast) is honored to be telling the story of the lovely and inspiring Leilani Muir. Favorite credits include: Teddie Warfield in The Ambassador’s Wives (Teatro La Quindicina), Bianca in The Taming of the Shrew (River City Shakespeare), Iris in The Gravitational Pull of Bernice Trimble (workshop- Citadel Theatre), Big Sister in Big Sister, Little Brother (Quest Theatre), Charlotte and Mistress Quickly in The Maltese Bodkin (Acme Enterprises) and Little Red in Little Red Riding Hood (Alberta Opera). Jenny has her BFA in Acting from the University of Alberta and is also a graduate of Grant MacEwan’s Theatre Arts Program. Next up, Jenny can be in seen in Pith with Teatro La Quindicina in October.
M.L. Morin studied English and Art History at the University of Alberta and arts administration at MacEwan College. She later earned a certificate in heritage conservation from Paris’ Institut national du patrimoine. Since 1997, she has provided database development, information architecture, writing and editing, and related services to cultural and government organizations. From 2007 to 2010, she was general manager of Alberta’s NeWest Press, 2010 Alberta Publisher of the Year. Since 2010, she has been working on the biography of Leilani O’Malley Muir. In addition to working on the play about Muir’s story, Morin is helping to write Muir’s biography.