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Bob Crewe, Ensemble
Vance is an Edmonton born actor. Previously: Hadestown, A Christmas Carol (Citadel Theatre); Sweeney Todd, Women On The Verge (Plain Jane); Mamma Mia!, Lend Me A Tenor, Jesus Christ Superstar, Rock Of Ages (Mayfield). Canada/US: Les Miserables (Mirvish); Cats (Really Useful Group); Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (LiveEnt); Chicago (Neptune); The Black Rider (Ahmanson, LA). Broadway: Cabaret (Roundabout, Tony Award) also performing the role of Emcee on Broadway, South Korea and Japan; Sweet Charity In Concert (Lincoln Centre); A Connecticut Yankee (Encores!); My Favourite Broadway: Love Songs (PBS).
Devon Brayne (he/him) is an award-winning actor and collaborator based out of Calgary, Alberta. Jersey Boys marks Devon’s debut with Citadel Theatre! Other select credits include: Million Dollar Quartet (Betty Mitchell Award, Critics Choice Award Winner); A Christmas Carol (Theatre Calgary); Million Dollar Quartet (Mayfield Theatre/NWT); Forever Plaid (Stage West Calgary); Blockbuster, Razzle Dazzle, Rockers Gone Country, Twist and Shout, The Ritz!, Country Gold (New West Theatre); Sissy Duckling, Birth of Casper G. Schmidt (Theatre Outrè). You can find Devon touring his own Johnny Cash Tribute shows across Alberta.
Billy Brown is an actor and singer from Edmonton, Alberta. He is a graduate of MacEwan University’s Theatre Arts Program and the University of Alberta’s BFA in Acting. Previous credits include: Ragtime: A Concert Performance (Theatre Calgary); Romeo and Juliet, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Two Gentlemen of Verona (Theatre Calgary’s Shakespeare by the Bow); Love’s Labours Lost (Freewill Shakespeare); Rumpelstiltskin (Alberta Musical Theatre Company). Billy would like to thank the Citadel Theatre for this amazing opportunity and hopes the audience enjoys the performance.
Samantha Currie (She/Her) is a Calgary based artist making her Citadel Theatre debut. Samantha is a performer, director, teacher, and voiceover artist. A graduate of AMDA in New York, she has performed throughout Canada and the US. Favourite past productions: Million Dollar Quartet (Theatre Calgary); Director/Disney’s Descendants (StoryBook Theatre); SCOPE (Lunchbox Theatre); Little Women, Ring of Fire, Anne (Chemainus Theatre Festival); Ring of Fire (Western Canada Theatre/CTF); The Music Man (Theatre Under the Stars). Up next: Director, Ella Enchanted (Storybook Theatre). Thank you for supporting live theatre and enjoy the show! Thank you to my amazing family, Alex, Ceci, Shep and Flash for always cheering me on. And to the incredible Greenfields who made everything more fun here in Edmonton.
Gyp DeCarlo, Ensemble
Sheldon’s credits include: Metis Mutt (One Little Indian Productions); Sweeney Todd (Plain Jane Theatre); Where the Blood Mixes, King Lear/Queen Goneril (Soulpepper Theatre); Ministry of Grace (Belfry Theatre); BEARS, After The Fire (Punctuate! Theatre); The Comedy Company (Shadow Theatre); Dear Rita, Stories From the Red Dirt Road, Martin Guerre (Charlottetown Festival); Evangeline (Citadel Theatre/Charlottetown Festival); Crazy For You (Citadel Theatre/Theatre Calgary); A Christmas Carol, Alice Through The Looking Glass, One Man Two Guvnors, Julius Caesar, A Prairie Boy’s Winter, and Vimy (Citadel Theatre); The Crackwalker (Kill Your Television); Tartuffe, Sound of Music, Enron (NAC); L’Homme de la Mancha (L’Unithéâtre); HROSES: An Affront to Reason (Maggie Tree); NEVERMORE (Catalyst Theatre), HAIR The Musical, Shear Madness, The 25th Annual Putnam Spelling Bee, The Buddy Holly Story, The Full Monty (Mayfield Dinner Theatre).
Daniela Fernandez ,
Mary Delgado, Ensemble
Daniela Fernandez (she/her) is a Latin-Canadian actor, singer, dancer and emerging sound designer/ producer. She is a graduate of the Grant MacEwan Theatre Arts program and inaugural recipient of the RBC Horizon Emerging Artists Mentorship Program for Sound Design at the Citadel Theatre. Recent credits include: A Christmas Carol (Citadel Theatre/ Performer), The Wolves (The Maggie Tree/ Performer), Mamma Mia! (Mayfield Dinner Theatre/ Performer), Smoke (Tiny Bear Jaws/ Sound Designer). You can find Daniela performing next in Vancouver for the Canadian premiere of Beautiful: The Carole King Musical (Arts Club).
Barry Belson, Hal Miller, Ensemble, Dance Captain
Jordan is a driven and versatile artist raised in Brantford, Ontario. At an early age, he knew that he wanted to be a performer and spent his childhood training in dance as well as classical voice and musical theatre; his credits include, Chicago (Stratford Festival); In Studio with Britta Johnson (Theatre Sheridan); The Music Man (Drayton Entertainment); Beauty and the Beast, Oliver! (Theatre Norfolk). Training: Sheridan College Honours Bachelor of Music Theatre (on-going) Awards: Stratford Festival – Tyrone Guthrie award, Sheridan College – Dance award, Vocal music award (2021). BIG Thank you to the awesome team at TH, my family, and friends for their constant support and to Irena, Gill, and Lisa for being the BEST teachers a boy could ask for. Love to Jada, Diggs, and Timothy.
Norm Waxman, Nick DeVito, Hank Majewski, Ensemble
Andrew is an actor, producer, and puppeteer. He is also the Co-Artistic Director of Edmonton theatre company, Teatro Live! (formerly Teatro La Quindicina). Previous credits include: Peter Pan Goes Wrong, 9 to 5, Matilda, Crazy for You, Shakespeare in Love, Mary Poppins, Avenue Q, One Man, Two Guvnors (Citadel); Fever Land, Witness to a Conga, Pith! (Teatro); Best Brothers, The Comedy Company (Shadow); Forever Plaid, Shear Madness, Wizard of Oz (Mayfield); Avenue Q, Matilda (Arts Club); Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Crazy for You (Theatre Calgary). Many thanks and love to Mum and cuore mio Louise.
Christina is a mixed-race actor, singer and dancer hailing from amiskwaciwâskahikan (Edmonton). She is delighted to be back at the Citadel to share this story! Selected credits include: A Christmas Carol, Clue (Citadel Theatre); Alina, Michael Mysterious (Pyretic Productions); Much Ado About Nothing, Winter’s Tale (Freewill Players); Sprouts! (Concrete Theatre); Here There Be Night (Workshop West Theatre); and Chrysothemis, Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. (Studio Theatre). Christina is a graduate of the University of Alberta’s BFA Acting Program. She would like to thank her husband Chris, mother Susan, and all the friends and family who have supported her. She would like to dedicate her performance to her father.
Kale Penny (he/him) is a west coast actor living in Stratford, ON with his wife and cats. Previous credits include: Million Dollar Quartet (Citadel, Theatre Calgary, Theatre Aquarius, Arts Club); Jersey Boys (Thousand Islands Playhouse); Newsies, Man Of La Mancha, Rock Of Ages, Sleeping Beauty: The Panto (Drayton Entertainment); Rock Of Ages, Godspell (Arts Club). Kale also wrote the music and co-starred in The Tracks, premiering at Here For Now Festival in 2021, and his music can be heard on all streaming platforms. Thanks to the TH family and love to L, L, and R.
Hal Wesley Rogers,
Joe Long, Ensemble
Originally from Leduc, Hal began performing at the Foote Theatre School as a teen. He earned his BFA in Theatre Performance from Simon Fraser in Vancouver. Also a composer and playwright, he was one of the Citadel’s 2022 RBC Horizon Emerging Artists. Previous credits: Hadestown (Citadel Theatre); Mamma Mia!, Sister Act, Jesus Christ Superstar, Hair, and Hairspray (Mayfield); The Best Laid Plans: A Musical (Touchstone/Patrick Street); Dreamgirls (Arts Club); The Rocky Horror Show (Magnus); Buddy – The Buddy Holly Story (Thousand Islands Playhouse & Western Canada); The Music Man (TIP). Hal would like to honour his late Aunt, Lorna Daniel, who was one of his biggest supports from his earliest days.
Jason Sakaki is a Vancouver based actor, photographer, and teaching artist. Previous credits include: Shakespeare in Love, Taming of the Shrew (Bard on the Beach); The Sound of Music, The Matchmaker (Arts Club); The King and I (Gateway Theatre); Guide My Way (Urban Ink). Previous Film/TV credits: Honor Society (Paramount+); Devil in Ohio (Netflix); Riverdale, iZombie (CW); Christmas is You (GAC Family). Jason is set to appear in the feature film Prom Pact (Disney+) and recurring in Lucky Hank (AMC) premiering this spring. Thanks to my family <3
Farren’s acting credits include The Fiancée, As You Like It, Shakespeare in Love, Peter and the Starcatcher, and Monty Python’s Spamalot (Citadel Theatre); The Light in the Piazza (Theatre Calgary); Coriolanus (Freewill Shakespeare Festival); A Grand Time in the Rapids (Teatro La Quindicina); Forever Plaid (Mayfield Dinner Theatre); and, Made in Italy (Western Canada Theatre/Arts Club), which he has been touring across Canada since 2016. Farren has received a Jessie Richardson Award for his performance in Made in Italy, and four Elizabeth Sterling Haynes Awards, two of which were for his performances in Spamalot and Made in Italy. In 2018, he was the recipient of a Broadwayworld.com Award for his performance in Forever Plaid. In 2015, he was included in Avenue Magazine’s prestigious list of Edmonton’s Top 40 Under 40, in recognition of his artistic contributions to the city. Farren can next ne seen at Teatro Live! in Listen, Listen, and next season on this very stage in Made in Italy.
Understudy: Nick Massi, Tommy DeVito, Bob Crewe, Joe Long, Ensemble
Originally from Calgary, and a Toronto Randolph College for the Performing Arts graduate, Troy has been performing on stages across Canada and internationally for over 10 years. Selected credits; 9 to 5 (Citadel Theatre), Ragtime: In Concert (Theatre Calgary/Calgary Philharmonic), Mamma Mia, Anne of Green Gables (The Charlottetown Festival), Evita (Vancouver Opera), We Will Rock You (International/RCCL), Peter Pan In Wonderland, Sleeping Beauty (Ross Petty Panto), Moby Dick, The Inventor (Calgary Opera), West Side Story (Rainbow Stage), Footloose (Drayton Entertainment), Cannibal! The Musical (Panasonic Theatre), The World Goes Round (Stage West Calgary), and Crossing Swords (Forte Musical Theatre Guild).
Understudy: Lorraine, Francine, Mary Delgado, Ensemble
Karlee Squires is thrilled to return to Edmonton and to be making her debut at the Citadel Theatre for Jersey Boys. Born and raised in amiskwacîwâskahikan (Edmonton), Karlee (she/her) is a graduate of AMDA College and Conservatory, NY/LA, with a BFA in Music Theatre. Select theatre credits: Manson’s Girls (New Musical Institute); The Little Mermaid (SoundStage Live); Heathers (YA4Ever); Dreamgirls (Cupcake Theatre); Sugar (Musical Theatre Guild); & Royal Carribean Cruise Lines. Karlee is thankful to family and friends for encouraging her to follow her dreams. www.KarleeSquires.com
Films: (author or co-author) Sleeper, Annie Hall (AA), Manhattan, Manhattan Murder Mystery; (writer/director) Simon, Lovesick, The Manhattan Project, Sister Mary Explains it All. Television: The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson (head writer), The Dick Cavett ABC late night show (head writer/co-producer). Mr. Brickman entered show business as a musician, first as a member of the folk group the Tarriers and then, along with John and Michelle Phillips, as one of the New Journeymen, which re-emerged a year later (Brickman having moved onto saner pursuits) as The Mamas and the Papas. Brickman’s recording (with Eric Weissberg) of the soundtrack of Deliverance, recorded in 1963, achieved gold status twice and remains a healthy seller around the world forty years later. Mr. Brickman has published in The New York Times, The New Yorker, Playboy, and other periodicals.
Rick Elice is a tony-nominated writer. Elice earned a BA from Cornell University, an MFA from the Yale Drama School, and in 1980-81 was a Teaching Fellow at Harvard. Elice, along with Marshall Brickman wrote the book for the acclaimed Jersey Boys and received a Tony nomination and a Drama Desk nomination for best book. He then went on to write Peter and The Starcatcher. Peter and the Starcatcher received nine Tony Award nominations, more than any new American play in the history of the Tony Awards. The play ended up winning five Tony Awards. Elice again collaborated with Brickman once again, this time writing the book for the musical, The Addams Family, which has become a fan-favorite musical across high schools in America.
Bob wrote his first hit, “Who Wears Short Shorts,” at 15, for the Royal Teens then went on to become a founding member of the Four Seasons and the band’s principal songwriter. He also produced the hit “You Don’t Bring Me Flowers” for Neil Diamond and Barbra Streisand (Grammy nomination, Record of the Year), as well as six albums for Diamond, including The Jazz Singer. Other producing credits include albums for Frank Sinatra, Marvin Gaye, Diana Ross, Michael Jackson, and the soundtrack for the film of Little Shop of Horrors. Several songs co-written with Bob Crewe have been cover hits for such artists as the Tremeloes (“Silence Is Golden”) and the Walker Brothers (“The Sun Ain`t Gonna Shine Anymore”) Lauren Hill (“Can’t Take My Eyes Off You”). With his wife, Judy Parker, Gaudio produced and co-wrote the Who Loves You album for the Four Seasons, and one of Billboard’s longest-charted singles (54 weeks), “Oh, What A Night.” A highpoint in his career came in 1990, when, as a member of the original Four Seasons, Gaudio was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. In 1995, he was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame, which hailed him as “a quintessential music-maker.” To this day, Bob Gaudio and Frankie Valli still maintain their partnership…on a handshake.
Bob Crewe and music partner Frank Slay became independent writer-producers when the category hadn’t yet been invented. In 1957 they wrote and produced “Silhouettes” for The Rays, skyrocketing to #1. Suddenly, producers in demand, they launched Freddie Cannon’s “Tallahassee Lassie” and Billy & Lillie’s “Lah Dee Da.” Crewe’s 1960’s solo unprecedented producing success with The Four Seasons birthed a new sound, striking a major chord in American Pop. “Sherry,” “Big Girls Don’t Cry,” “Walk Like a Man,” “Candy Girl,” “Ronnie” – all smashes! When lead Frankie Valli demanded a solo turn, Crewe & Bob Gaudio wrote and Crewe produced “Can’t Take My Eyes Off Of You,” eventually becoming the century’s fifth most played song. Crewe ran hot with artists from Vicki Carr, Oliver, Lesley Gore to Mitch Ryder, co-writing with Charles Fox the soundtrack for Jane Fonda’s film, “Barbarella”. Then his own Bob Crewe Generation exploded with Music To Watch Girls By. In 1972 Bob was in L.A., where he revived Frankie Valli with “My Eyes Adored You” by Crewe & Kenny Nolan. They also co-wrote Patti LaBelle’s “Lady Marmalade” (#1, July ’75) – to re-hit again from the soundtrack of Moulin Rouge (#1, June ’01).
Director and Choreographer
Thrilled to back at The Citadel after choreographing 9 to 5 and Once! Julie (she/her) is a theatre director, a choreographer, and an educator, and has won a both a Jessie Award and a Dora Award for her work. Favourite credits include: Kinky Boots (Arts Club), Hunchback (The Rev), Newsies (TUTS), Billy Elliot (Theatre Calgary), and Crazy For You (Gateway Theatre). Former Radio City Rockette. Thank you to Daryl, to Gianna, and to the cast and crew for joining me on this wild ride. Up next: Margaritaville (Theatre Calgary). Find out more at www.julietomaino.com.
Born and raised in Mohkínstsis (Calgary), and now proudly calling amiskwacîwâskahikan (Edmonton) home, Steven (he/him) is a Jessie Award-winning music director, musician and actor, with credits that span over 90 productions across Canada. Recent credits include The Wrong People Have Money (Shadow); The Dreamer’s Cantata (Edmonton Fringe/Plain Jane); Clue, A Christmas Carol, Once (Citadel); Million Dollar Quartet (Theatre Calgary); Tune to A (Expanse/Azimuth). Upcoming: Going Solo (The Citadel House Series). Thanks to Julie and Daryl. Special thanks to family, friends, Jessie, Edgar and Gotham for their love and support. www.stevengreenfield.ca
THANKS: Thank you to Tara Litvack, Julia Sunay, David Terriault and Steve Orich.
Co-Set and Props Designer
Gillian is a Toronto based set and costume designer who was last at the Citadel designing costumes for Mary Poppins. Other notable credits include costume designs for the Canadian Opera Company’s world premiere of Hadrian in 2018 and Louis Riel in 2017. Her work has also been seen at Shaw Festival, Stratford Festival, Canadian Stage, Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre, and National Arts Centre. Gillian has been awarded four Dora Mavor Moore awards, she’s the 2018 recipient of the Virginia and Myrtle Cooper Award in Costume Design and in 2021 she was awarded the Siminovitch Prize.
Co-Set and Props Designer
Beyata is an Alberta-based theatre designer, currently living in a household of beloved friends & dogs. She delights in movement-driven pieces, new works, and shows that embrace the thoroughly strange – although she has an embarrassingly tender spot for musicals (particularly Sondheim). Recently, she’s been splitting her time between assisting/designing at The Shaw Festival and contracts closer to home. Select Credits: Bright Lights, Overruled (Shaw), Metronome (Workshop West), Sleight of Mind (Western Canada), EDAY (Serial Collective); Upcoming: Playboy of the Western World, Village Wooing (Shaw). She can juggle, sort-of. https://www.beyatahackborn.com/
Leona is a Sterling Award winning costume designer, improviser, performer and artist who has acted and deigned for Teatro La Quindicina since 1982 including Stewart Lemoine’s Pith! from here to Off-Broadway. Other design credits include Clue, Clybourne Park, Betty’s Summer Vacation, Heaven (Citadel Theatre); Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, Annapurna, The Comedy Company (Shadow Theatre); 9 to 5: The Musical, Hairspray, Sister Act (Mayfield Theatre). Film credits include Trevor Anderson’s The Man That Got Away and Before I change My Mind. Window Installation Hero Material featuring four notable Canadian Women.
Born in Singapore, Jareth is a stage designer based in Toronto by way of Calgary. He has a love for new work that examines identity politics, culture, and heritage. Select Credits include: Controlled Damage (Grand Theatre); Every Little Nookie (Stratford Festival); Peter’s Final Flight (Ross Petty Productions); The Hours That Remain (Theatre Aquarius), Three Women of Swatow (Tarragon Theatre), The Home Project, The Wolves, Casimir and Caroline, Punk Rock, (The Howland Company); Ring of Fire (Citadel Theatre). Jareth is a member of IATSE 659 – The Associated Designers of Canada.
The services of Jareth Li and Even Gilchrist were made possible through the Associated Designers of Canada Mentorship Program as funded by the Government of Canada
Brian is a designer from Newfoundland and Labrador and is a graduate from The National Theatre School of Canada and Sheridan College. Selected credits include: Fall On Your Knees (Vita Brevis Arts), Come From Away in concert (Mirvish, Marquis Ent), Billy Elliott, The Rocky Horror Show, The Music Man, Little Shop of Horrors (Stratford Festival), Elf, Grow, Mary Poppins (Grand Theatre), Between Breaths, The Colony of Unrequited Dreams [Artistic Fraud of Newfoundland]. Brian would like to dedicate this work to Peter McBoyle to whom he owes a great deal.
Morgan works as an actor, fight director, arts educator and Co-Artistic Producer of Azimuth Theatre. Her focus lies in new work and physical-based theatre. With the Citadel, projects include Clue, The Finacée and 9 to 5 as a Fight Director, Almost a Full Moon as an Assistant Director, Delay – The Horizon Lab and Peter and the Starcatcher as an actor. She is so excited to be joining the Jersey Boys Team! For more on her past, present, and upcoming work, check out her website: www.morganyamada.com
Assistant Director and Assistant Choreographer
Gianna Vacirca is a dancer, actor, choreographer, performing artist, and movement teacher. She is also an Italian pastaia and the creator of Bell’uovo, a bespoke naturally colourful handmade pasta business based here in Edmonton (@bell_uovo). Coming up, catch her in Sexual Misconduct of the Middle Classes at Theatre Network. Previous Credits Include: Bears (Punctuate! Theatre/Dreamspeakers/Native Earth Performing Arts); Jane Eyre, Miss Bennet Christmas at Pemberley, A Christmas Carol (Citadel Theatre); Noises Off (Mayfield Dinner Theatre); Vague Harvest, Ludicrous Pie, A Second Round of Seconds, Evelyn Strange, Deathtrap (Teatro Live!); Blood: A Scientific Romance (The Maggie Tree); Hamlet, Two Gentlemen of Verona, Comedy of Errors, The Winter’s Tale (Freewill Shakespeare Festival).
Assistant Music Director
Larissa is a multidisciplinary performer, production designer, visual artist and tattooist. She also teaches dance for the Citadel’s Young Company, and is the newly appointed Artistic Director of the Vohon Ukrainian Dance Ensemble. Select credits include: Once, All Because I’m a Woman (Citadel Theatre); Infinity (Theatre Network); VEGAS LIVE, Canada 151 (Mayfield); 10 out of 12 (WildSide); Dreamer’s Cantata (Plain Janes); Lighting Design for An Homage to Billie Holiday (Ballet Edmonton); La Raccourcie, Les Neiges, Simone et le whole shebang (L’uniTheatre); and Music Direction for the Canadian national tour of Barvinok (Pyretic Productions). www.larissapoho.com
Alison currently teaches Voice in the drama department at the University of Alberta. She is also Head of Coaching for the Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival in Vancouver, BC, where she has coached over 40 productions since 2008. She has three decades of professional acting experience, working in film and tv, theatre and voice-over. Previous coaching credits include Arcadia, West Side Story, Sense & Sensibility (Citadel), Noises Off (Arts Club); Coriolanus, All’s Well That Ends Well, Taming of the Shrew, Shakespeare in Love (Bard on the Beach).
Assistant Lighting Designer
Even is a queer and trans theatre designer and creator based in Treaty 6 territory. He recently went through University of Alberta’s MFA Theatre Design program – feel free to check out other collaborations on his website evengilchrist.com. Previous design credits include: #34 (Globe Theatre); The Innocence of Trees (Theatre Network); Re:Construct (RISER Edmonton/Donkey Dog Theatre); Tune to A (Expanse Festival); Working: The Musical (Citadel Young Company); The Mountaintop, Bloomsday (Shadow Theatre); Puppet Pub Crawl Found Festival); Love From Afar (a Company of Fools); All That Binds Us (Azimuth Theatre).
THANKS: Thank you to Jareth Li, Cheryl Hoover, Jeff Osterlin, Whittyn Jason, and Mac Brock.
The services of Jareth Li and Even Gilchrist were made possible through the Associated Designers of Canada Mentorship Program as funded by the Government of Canada.
Michelle Chan ,
Michelle is the resident stage manager at the Citadel Theatre and feels lucky to be working with the amazing team here for the last 21 seasons. Some of her favourite past Citadel Theatre credits include: Clue, 9 to 5: The Musical, Peter Pan Goes Wrong, A Christmas Carol, Every Brilliant Thing, Ring of Fire, Once, Shakespeare in Love, West Side Story, Avenue Q, One Man, Two Guvnors, Spamalot, Private Lives, Beauty and the Beast, A Few Good Men, The Sound of Music, The Rocky Horror Show, August: Osage County, The Forbidden Phoenix, Sweeney Todd, and Mary’s Wedding: A Métis Love Story.
Assistant Stage Manager
Lore is thrilled to be back at the Citadel doing what she loves with such a great group of people. Selected credits include: A Christmas Carol, West Side Story, Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, Sense & Sensibility, Hadestown, Silver Arrow, Peter Pan Goes Wrong and Clue (Citadel Theatre); Timothy Findley’s The Wars, Mamma Mia and Titanic: The Musical (Grand Theatre); Barvinok, Michael Mysterious and Alina (Pyretic Productions). Lore is the resident stage manager for Pyretic Productions and holds a BFA in stage management from the University of Alberta. Slava Ukraini!
Apprentice Stage Manager
Krystal is an Edmonton based stage manager and holds a BFA in Production Stage Management from the University of Alberta. She is excited to work on her first Citadel show! Previous Credits: Sweeney Todd (Plain Jane Theatre); A Doll’s House, Part 2 (Wild Side Productions); A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Measure for Measure, The Two Gentlemen of Verona, The Winter’s Tale (Freewill Shakespeare Festival); The Drowsy Chaperone (Triffo Theatre); Candide (Edmonton Opera); Queen Lear is Dead (Fox Den Collective); Chrysothemis, Shakespeare’s Dog, Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again., Middletown (Studio Theatre).