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Anna Sudac - Emily

Anna Sudac is an actor,  singer/songwriter,  comedienne and proud Kingstonian. A graduate of Sheridan College’s Music Theatre Performance program, Anna  has spent the last decade following any and every creative impulse. This has led to a resume which includes  hosting  a weekly variety show, headlining  house concerts,  emceeing  musi c festivals, DJ-ing  dance parties, appearing in both th e Toronto and Montreal Sketch Comedy Festivals, presenting original  songs & stand-up in the 2016  Toronto Fringe Festival, and singing  backup in Georgette Fry’s Etta James Show and Spencer Evans’ recent tribute to Ray Charles.

Anna has  appeared in productions at Theatre Kingston, as well as staged readings at the Thousand Islands Playhouse, performed original pieces in the Storefront and Kick & Push festivals, co-created and toured five musicals, and performs with Jesse MacMillan at weddings, bars, theatres,  fish-frys and aboard VIA Rail.

Tracey Guptill - Megan

Tracey is a movement-based actor, collaborative creator, and teaching artist who recently studied with Philippe Gaulier in France.  Kingston co-creations include Ambros, Anybody Can be Pussy Riot, the film LIVE in Kingston, and When I Get There – a Performance as Research master's thesis completed with the Environmental Studies department at Queen's University, where she brought together her activism, philosophical studies and love of performance. Tracey is also a co-founder of anARC Theatre and the Kingston Stilters. She lives on a working farm on one of the Thousand Islands.

 

Jesse MacMillan - Stephen Wakeburn

Jesse MacMillan comes from a family of performers and grew up within Toronto’s arts world.  While studying Film and Television Production at Humber College, Jesse expanded his musical skills by leading a bluegrass comedy band, singing in a rock group, and recording his own music on the side.  Since finishing school, Jesse has had his short films screened at The After Dark Film Festival and The London Short Film Festival, where his film 'Sea Shells' won 'Best Story' and 'Audience Choice' in 2011.  Performing with Toronto sketch troupes, Geronimo Deadly and ThunderCountry, Jesse has always maintained a strong connection with audiences and loves to perform.

 

Having played Johnny Cash in Million Dollar Quartet (Thousand Islands Playhouse), and most recently as Johnny in What a Young Wife Ought to Know (Theatre Kingston), he has also kept himself involved in the theatre world as a sound designer/composer for Butcher, Armstrong’s War (Theatre Kingston), Midsummer's Eve (Calliope Collective), One Last Night with Mata Hari (Dan School of Drama and Music), MacDeath (Kingstown Players), Gruesome Playground Injuries, Psychosis 4.48 (Common Place Theatre).

James Gagné - James

James was live in Kingston for four great years of Drama studies. He has since moved back to Toronto and continues training as an actor and to make art. He certainly misses the Kingston arts community. His top artistic memories include Kingston film projects like LIVE In Kingston, touring the city with the Barefoot Players theatre troupe and playing the Wolfe Island and Skeleton Park music/arts festivals with his own band Sweet Jets.