Come see your favourite stories including Angela's Airplane, Mortimer, Murmel Murmel, and The Paperbag Princess.
|Linda Levy Fisk|
|Director||Sharon Churchill Roe|
|Producer||Linda Levy Fisk & Laura Churchill Duke|
|Programs & Website||Sharon Churchill Roe|
|Photography & Lobby Displays||Wild Lupin Media|
|Publicity||Laura Churchill Duke & Diana Bishop|
|Set Construction Team||Cast, Crew & Friends|
Candy O'Brien lives in Grafton and is thrilled to be working with such a great cast. Her last family-show appearance was many moons ago in Goldilocks and the Three Bears when she played Mama Bear. At home she plays Mama Bear to 3 boys.
Kayla Penney currently lives in Centreville and is quite excited to be working on this show with such a great cast. This is her first real performance and she's enjoyed every moment of it.
Emily Fong has been seen on the stage many, many times. Some of her personal favourite appearances have been in Farndale, Lucky Stiff, and See How They Run. When not managing her small catering business, Alice's Daughter, she lives a simple little life with her husband in Kentville.
Early literacy and communication are important to Linda Levy Fisk in her work as a Speech-Language Pathologist. Robert Munsch has provided us with some wonderfully entertaining stories to help engage children to participate in the story-telling process. She is pleased to have the opportunity to help lift these stories off of the page and share them with children. She hopes all the kids in the audience (young and old alike) will have fun participating and "playing" along.
Mark Crouse is no stranger to CentreStage Theatre, making his first appearance on stage back in 1984. Since then, he has taken on many different roles at the theatre including stage managing, lighting, publicity, and directing. Mark last appeared on stage in Sadie Flynn Comes to Big Oak and did lights for Out of Sight... Out of Murder. Currently he resides in Port Williams.
Hannah Fisk (Lights) is quickly gaining experience in many of the technical aspects of theatre, having just wrapped up a six week run as assistant to the stage manager for On Golden Pond, and now working the lights for Munsch at Play. She also loves being on stage and has appeared in many plays in the youth theatre camps at CentreStage, with the Stage Prophets, and at her school in Wolfville, where she is currently in grade six. In her spare time, she takes voice and piano lessons, has recently taken up the French horn, sketches artwork, and writes poetry and short stories; often about her favourite animals, dogs!
Sharon Churchill Roe (Director) has been involved in various aspects of CentreStage Theatre since her first appearance as Woodstock (Snoopy!) in 1992. When not acting, singing or directing, she is a member of the Board of Directors and the Play Reading Committee. This year, she has had the pleasure of performing alongside her husband in The Fantasticks and co-directing The No-Frills Revue. In her spare time, Sharon performs as the manager of the English for Academic Purposes Program at Acadia University.