Regan Macaulay
Artistic Director and Producer...Co-Writer, Co-Producer, Director for The Aquarium, Co-Producer for Tightrope
To date, Regan has produced 41 plays in 16 different productions under Triple Take, as well as 9 short films/videos and 1 feature film over the past 20 years.  She has directed 9 of these plays and all 9 of the short films (either portions of or in their entirety) as well as the feature film.  Regan has written or co-written 7 plays (two shorts, three one-acts and two full-length), ... Read More
Kevin Risk
Writer, Actor and Producer...Co-Producer and Sound Designer, The Aquarium
Kevin Risk graduated from theatre school at York University in 2000, completed his MA at the Drama Centre at the University of Toronto in May of 2006, the TESL course through the Toronto District School Board, and an MA through the U of T iSchool in 2012. He has appeared in various stage productions, including Modern Ritual (A Beautiful Lie/David Goyette), Titus Andronicus (Hart House Theatre), The Paradise Lust Romance ... Read More
R.J. Downes
Writer and Producer...Writer and Co-Producer of Tightrope, Co-Producer and Stage Manager of The Aquarium
R.J. Downes decided at the age of nine that he was going to be a writer.  Discovering acting and theatre in school he quickly found his passion for writing for the stage.  Encouraged by his teachers, R.J. even had a number of his early one-act plays produced on the stage at his high school. As a founding member of Triple Take Productions, he first produced several of his early works ... Read More
Kelsey Matheson
Actor and Producer...Producer, The Aquarium
Kelsey Matheson was born in Calgary and began dancing and acting at the age of six. Years later her career allowed her to travel the world working professionally as a model, an actor, a dancer & choreographer, and a magician's assistant. In 1998, Kelsey moved to Toronto to focus more seriously on film and television acting. In 2002 she was accepted at Circle In The Square Theatre School in New ... Read More
Allison McWood
Writer and Producer, Co-Writer of The Aquarium
Allison McWood is a full-time, multi-award-winning playwright, librettist and screenwriter who takes a particular interest in farce and political satire. Allison holds an honours degree in English Literature from York University with a specialization in Renaissance Drama. She also studied Playwriting and Dramaturgy through York's Department of Theatre and completed her honours thesis in Playwriting under the supervision of Professor Derek Cohen. The Lyfsux Theatre has been produced in Toronto, ... Read More
Maureen Bell
Executive Producer, Props, Set Decorator, and Seamstress, The Aquarium
Maureen has been designing posters and programs for Triple Take since the dawn of the Triple Take universe.  She also appears as Mom in The Scary Bitch Project for which she also provided the catering.  In the fall of 2000, she was one of the Animal Wranglers for Watching Mr. Body.  She also appears in Space Zombies III: The Incredible Duel-Headed Cat Freak! and Space Zombies: 13 Months of Brain-Spinning ... Read More
Michelle Bailey
Publicist and Graphic Designer, The Aquarium
Michelle lives and works in Toronto, dividing her time between Tarragon Theatre as the Head of Wardrobe, and working as a designer & stylist.  Recent Tarragon wardrobe work includes Mimi (or, A Poisoner’s Comedy), Courageous, Hush, Communion & If We Were Birds.  Select theatre design credits include: The Red Queen Effect (Seventh Stage Productions), King Lear & The Comedy of Errors (Driftwood Theatre), Whale Music (Ass’t Designer, Seventh Stage Productions), ... Read More
Nate Callens
Actor (Multiple Roles), The Aquarium
Nate made his acting debut at age 9 as "Willy the Mouse" in Twas the Night Before Christmas.  Since then he has been in various productions such as, The Farm Show, Equus, Man of LaMancha, The Fantastiks, The Drunkard, Drag Queens Talk About Their Vaginas, 30 Dates, several shows in the Inspirato Ten Minute Play Festival, and in Fart Factory:  The Musical, now one of NOW Magazine's Critic's Picks of ... Read More
Kristen Corvers
Actor (Jeanette), The Aquarium
Kristen has been living in Toronto and getting her hands on every bit of art she can manage since the year 2000.  After graduating from The Randolph Academy she began performing in musicals and joined the dance company Aurora Live Inc.  Since then he has acted in short films, commercials, on television and in several off, off, off King Street plays.  She was one half of the hip hop duo ... Read More
E.C. Chevalier
Assistant Director, The Aquarium
Montreal-born and educated E.C. Chevalier has studied theatre, film and literature.  She was a producer, writer, director of the play Quatre actrices en quete d'une piece in Montreal where she also starred as "the professor" in Eugene Ionesco's La lecon.  E.C. lived several years in London where she studied singing and sat on the Board of the theatre company, Pop-Up founded by Penny Bernard. Currently, E.C. is working as assistant ... Read More
Jeff Hannaford
Singer, Songwriter and Guitarist, songs in The Aquarium
Jeff first became involved in Triple Take as an actor in both Paradise Lust and Judgment. He took the stage again in Where are the Birds? His original script, Perception was performed in Multiple Madness. Jeff’s musical pursuits culminated in his band Ella Says. Their music was featured in Sketch TV, with “The Plan” providing its main theme. He has been the principal talent in television commercials, and was a ... Read More
Sandra Krstin
Actor (Gen), The Aquarium
Past credits include:  Chelsea in Soledad (New Ideas Festival/Alumnae Theatre), Viola in Twelfth Night (Bardbusters), Sondeim in September (Ensemble), Esmerelda in Sleeping Beauty (Solar Stage Theatre), Angela in How Can You Tell? and Teresa in Showdown! (Mixed Company), Tatiana in The Constructivist Suit (Toronto Fringe), Conscientious Objector in Zen and the Art of Experiencing Theatre (Toronto Fringe), and Bobbi Michele in Last of the Red Hot Lovers (Class Act Dinner ... Read More
Andrea Lyons
Actor (Jen), The Aquarium
Andrea has been performing in Toronto for the past 14 years, 10 with Triple Take Productions, in classical and musical theatre, murder mysteries, theatre for young audiences, radio and film. She is a lead voice in the radio serial Black Jack Justice, and has made several guest appearances in The Red Panda, both for Decoder Ring Theatre.  Favorite roles include Blather/Shakespeare's Brain (New Ideas/Alumnae), Mere Ubu/Ubu the King (Fringe/Rhino Productions), ... Read More
Scott Moore
Actor (Bob), The Aquarium
After training at the Ryerson Theatre School, Scott has performed in numerous shows in Toronto, including two previous shows with Triple Take Producitons (It Was Kit and Last Dance of the Dark Cloaked Avenger).  Other favourite roles include Cassius in Julius Caesar (Hart House); Balthazar in The Spanish Tragedy, Gilbert in Knives in Hens, Hitler in Mein Kampf, Tobias in Delicate Balance, and Deflores in The Changeling (Drama Centre); Caesar ... Read More
Anthony Palmer
Actor (George), The Aquarium
Since launching his acting career in 2002, Anthony has walked the stage with a number of theatre groups across the GTA.  He is thrilled to participate in Toronto's 2010 Fringe Festival.  Off stage, Anthony can be found working on film and TV productions.  Recently, Anthony appeared in CTV & NBC's The Listener.  Ecstatic to work with the energetic crew and zany cast of Good Egg Productions & Triple Take Productions, ... Read More
Allison Price
Actor (Multiple Roles), The Aquarium
Select credits:  Big Bad Wolf..., What the Elf? (Second City); Debbie Does Dallas:  The Musical (Ghost Light Projects); Thaiing the Knot, The Anger in Ernest and Ernestine (Beacon Theatre); Gameshow:  The Musical (Toronto Fringe - "Best of Fest").  Allison is part of the sketch duo Haircut, recently seen at festivals in Chicago and Toronto (NOW Audience Choice Award).  Allison performs regularly with the Second City Education Company and The Bench.  ... Read More
Jason Reilly
Actor (Alex), The Aquarium
Jason Reilly has been actively involved in theatre and film for the past several years.  His recent stage credits include:  Unidentified Human Remains and the True Nature of Love, and The Mousetrap.  Jason's film credits include:  Kamikaze, Space Zombies:  13 Months of Brain-Spinning Mayhem! and Zombie Night.  Jason is thrilled to be working with Triple Take Productions again, having previously appeared in The Paradise Lust Romance Series and the Fringe production ... Read More
Kevin Robinson
Fight Choreographer, The Aquarium
Kevin is a certified Fight Instructor with Fight Directors Canada and a founding member of the multiple award-winning stunt team Riot A.C.T.  His latest work has been at the Stratford Shakespeare festival as an Assistant Fight Director for their productions of As You Like It, Peter Pan, and Kiss Me Kate.  For more info about Kevin and what he’s up to, check out www.riotact.ca. ... Read More
Jessica Weryho
Assistant Stage Manager, The Aquarium
This is Jessica’s first year working at the Fringe and she couldn’t be more excited.  She has a BA honours in Theatre Studies from the University of Guelph, and was involved with Curtain Call Productions during the four years she attended school.  With CCP, she had the opportunity to stage manage and direct plays such as Urinetown, Zombie Prom, Fame and Reefer Madness.  Other credits with the university include Indian ... Read More
Jeff Eason
Sound Recordist/Mixer, Unwanted Guests
Jeff played a man on a porch in Space Zombies:  Terror from the Sky! and Space Zombies:  13 Months of Brain-Spinning Mayhem! ... Read More
Mauri Hall
Composer, Unwanted Guests
Mauri has been doing music since the age of seven, singing and song writing, as well as composing. He has produced many songs for radio in Trinidad and Tobago, working with artists such as Bunji Garlin and 3 Canal.  He has composed for Literature Alive, a 13-part documentry series which aired on Bravo! in late 2005 for Leda Serene Films. Mauri has composed for theatre productions such as A Winter ... Read More
Frodo B. Macaulay
Shadow, Unwanted Guests
Frodo appears as the Cat in Watching Mr. Body and appears in Sketch TV. He will also be appearing in They Suck and Unwanted Guests. Check out his Oscar-worthy performance as Ju-Jube in The Space Zombies Trilogy and Feature. ... Read More
Denise Mader
Actor, Unwanted Guests
Some selected theatre credits include:  The Threepenny Opera (Soulpepper Theatre Company), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Festival of Classics), South Pacific (Sunshine Festival Theatre), More Munsch Madness (Touring Players), Steel Magnolias (Port Stanley Festival Theatre), Into The Woods (University Players – University of Windsor), and Jake’s Women (University Players – University of Windsor).  Denise appears as Esther in the short film Grownup For A Day  (director Joe Kicak) and recently played ... Read More
Albert Masters
Actor, Space Zombies, Shakespeare's Brain
Albert Masters has appeared in plays by Sophocles, Shakespeare, Shaw, Moliere, Sheridan, Strindberg, Duerrenmatt, Israel Horowitiz, Neil Simon, John Arden, Dylan Thomas, Greg Toner, Allison McWood, Burt Shrevelove, Larry Gelbart, Stephen Sondheim and Richard O'Brien.  Recent roles include Corin in As You Like It, Antonio in Much Ado About Nothing, and Erronius in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum.  Film roles include Inspector Gidget in Space ... Read More
Johnny Vong
Web & Graphic Designer and Writer...Director of Photography, Unwanted Guests
Johnny Vong grew up in Toronto, and studied at the Ontario College of Art & Design where he majored in Integrated Media (Film and Video). In the formative years, Johnny demonstrated a natural knack for being a creative problem solver, and was exposed to computers and technology at an early age. As a teenager in the 90's, he pushed his old 486 (w/ 50mhz and 20mb ram) to its limits. ... Read More
Eve Wylden
Actor, Unwanted Guests
Eve graduated last spring from U of T's acting program and has since been trying unsuccessfully to pay off student loans.  When she decides to work for no money, she does various theatre projects.  Past credits include 'Ophelia' in Save Us!!! [Hamletown] (Harbourfront HATCH), 'Grandma in The Lion that Roared Meow (Solar Stage), 'Karen' in Conscientia (New Ideas Festival), Ensemble in Brecht:  50 Years After (Piccolo Teatro, Milan), 'Beatrice' in ... Read More
Kathryn Malek
Producer, Without Whom
Kathryn is an actor, writer and director.  She is originally from Winnipeg, but resides in Toronto.  Her theatre acting credits include an upcoming role in the musical, Death to Dating, at the Factory Theatre Mainspace at the 2008 Fringe of Toronto Festival, and roles in Perfect Wives, Desperate Lives at the 2007 Hamilton Fringe, Baby with the Bath Water for Alumnae Theatre, Embracing the Black Madonna for the Fringe Festivals, ... Read More
Pat McCarthy
Director, Without Whom
Pat's favourite work in theatre is working on original scripts as a dramaturge, actor, and director.  Favourite directing credits include Waxing Lyrical and Death to Dating (New Ideas Festival), Waiting for Wolfgang (with the Toronto Symphonietta at the ROM), and a workshop production of Without Whom at the Village Playhouse.  Pat wants to thank Rob Downes for the script, and the cast and crew for their amazing work.  They truly ... Read More
Donny MacDonald
Stage Manager and Sound Operator, Without Whom
Donny studied technical theatre at Humber College where he majored in Stage Management.  His credits include:  ASM/Sound Operator for Last Dance of the Dark Cloaked Avenger (Alumnae Theatre), Lighting Designer and LX operator for The Diva Fables (Rhino), Stage Manager for MacBeth and The Dinning Room, Followspot Operator for A Man’s a Man, and Assistant Production Manager/Technical Director for Death and the Maiden, all at Theatre Humber. ... Read More
Irene Carl
Actor, Without Whom
Irene holds an MFA from the Actor's Studio Drama School in NYC and graduated from Second City.  Festivals:  Playwright's of Spring, the NY Invitational, SummerWorks, New Ideas, and the Fringe.  Favourites:  'Constance' in Goodnight Desdomona, Goodmorning Juliet, 'The Referee' in Never Swim Alone, 12 characters in her one-woman show, Moving at the Speed of Life, a homicidal prostitute in Forensic Factor and Problem Child, and Zero Hour, a Top 10 ... Read More
Anne Harper
Actor, Without Whom
Anne Harper was seen most recently in the New Ideas Festival at Alumnae.  Previous favourite roles include:  Deathtrap, White Lies, Lettice and Lovage, and Absent Friends, all at the Village Playhouse, and The Importance of Being Earnest.  Recent TV work includes episodes of Forensic Factor and Cold Blood.  She is delighted to reprise her role of Maggie in Without Whom.  Working with new plays is exciting; working with excellent new ... Read More
John Illingworth
Actor, Without Whom
John has performed for CBC television and radio, Factory Theatre Lab, Stage Centre, Curtain Club, Hart House Theatre, and the Alumnae Theatre.  His many roles have included 'Big Daddy' in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, 'King Henry' in Lion in Winter, and roles in outdoor productions of Electra and Oedipus Rex.  His versatility extends to Shaw, Ibsen, and Tennesee Williams, as well as musicals including Oklahoma, Irma La Douce ... Read More
Claire Acott
Actor, Last Dance of the Dark Cloaked Avenger
Claire is a Toronto based actor, writer & singer with a passion for the development of new Canadian Theatre.  A graduate of the joint Acting program between Sheridan College and the University of Toronto at Mississauga, she has also studied at L.A.M.D.A. in London, England.  Recent and favourite credits include:  Sandra- Weightless (New Ideas Festival); Emilia- The Bards Betrayal, Tina- Pieces (Smashing Bat Theatre); Sorceress- Aladdin, Bertha the Evil Stepmother- ... Read More
Linzee Barclay
Actor, Last Dance of the Dark Cloaked Avenger
Linzee is a Toronto based actor and writer who holds a passion for the development of new Canadian Theatre.  A graduate of the Acting Program at Dalhousie University, she has also studied at The New Actors Workshop School in New York.  Recent and favorite credits include;  Hilda - The Night of the Iguana (Hart House Theatre), Anya - The Cherry Orchard (Guild Festival Theatre), Lucie - Two Weeks in Normandy ... Read More
Greg Corkum
Actor, Last Dance of the Dark Cloaked Avenger
Greg is shocked and awed to be playing the title role of the Dark Cloaked Avenger. Greg most recently finished playing the role of Elyot in Noel Coward's Private Lives (Village Playhouse).  Past endeavors including various stints as a performer and collaborator (conspirator?) with Upstart Crow's Shakespeare's Sports Canon (Fringe Festival 2002 - 2005) and stints with Cabbagetown Theatre. ... Read More
André Davey
Actor, Last Dance of the Dark Cloaked Avenger
André Davey has been making noises since before his inception on this planet.  Later in life, he began chugga-chugging through the world of theatre and has been snap, crackle and popping for over a decade.  After a recent whoosh through Europe and Asia, he has creaked back into Canada and recently directed a booming Bikini Atoll by Niall O’Reilly in the inaugural Playwrights of Spring festival at Theatre Aurora.  Prior ... Read More
Andrew Dundass
Actor, Last Dance of the Dark Cloaked Avenger
I knew the dame would be trouble the minute she showed up to rehearsal.  I had been busy crawling inside a whiskey bottle when she came in through the door, lit a cigarette and said, "You can't try to fool me, Detective.  Your favourite roles include Christy Mahon in Playboy of the Western World, Chief Bromden in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, and Bill Sykes in Oliver!"  I had ... Read More
Stephen Flett
Actor, Last Dance of the Dark Cloaked Avenger
Steve has done far too many plays, but he'd like to mention a few.  This is his second appearance with Triple Take, having appeared in their Toronto Fringe hit last summer, It Was Kit.  Steve has received acting awards for his performances in The Affections of May (Amicus), The Good Doctor (East Side) and Someone Who'll Watch Over Me (Toronto Irish Players).  He is co-author of two Fringe hits, Pseudolus ... Read More
Sarah Miller
Stage Manager and Lighting Operator, Last Dance of the Dark Cloaked Avenger
Sarah Miller, a native of the former donut-capital of the world, St. Catharines, Ontario and a graduate of Ryerson's Technical Theatre Production program (2004), has had the pleasure of being involved with more productions than she can possibly remember since her big move to Toronto in 1999. She has worked in several different technician capacities, from Stage Manager to Technical Director to Scenic Painter!  A sampling of the companies that she has been fortunate enough to work with include: Ryerson ... Read More
Chris Coculuzzi
Actor, It Was Kit
Chris has been a regular on the Fringe scene for the last six years producing and directing Upstart Crow's sporty adaptations of Shakespeare (2001-2005) as well as performing the title role in an abridged outdoor production of Cyrano de Bergerac (Red Letter, 2004).  Recently he has appeared in a trio of Shakespeare productions at Alchemy Theatre:  the title role in Timon of Athens (2005) and Antony in both Julius Caesar ... Read More
Mark Allan
Actor, It Was Kit
Mark is thrilled to be a part of It Was Kit and its run at the Diesel!  He appeared in the Fringe this year in the show Welcome to Eden - Population: 2.  Select credits include:  Forever Plaid (Stage West), My Fair Lady (Port Hope Festival Theatre), A Funny Thing...Forum (Sudbury Theatre Center), The Sound of Music (Theatre Aquarius), Fiddler on the Roof (Drayton Ent.), The Three Penny Opera, George ... Read More
Graham Coffeng
Actor, It Was Kit
Graham is delighted to be taking part in the Toronto Fringe. Selected theatre credits include:  Rick in Bat Boy (Bathurst St. Theatre), Camillo in The Winter’s Tale and Dr. Caius in The Merry Wives of Windsor (Classic Shakespeare Co.), Perchik in Fiddler On The Roof (Stagewest), Demetrius in A Midsummer’s Night Dream (Royal Academy of Dramatic Art); Mamma Mia! (Mirvish Productions), Gilbert in Anne Of Green Gables-The Musical and ... Read More
Chantale Groulx
Actor, It Was Kit
Chantale ended a successful run at the Village Playhouseas the impetuous Amanda in Noel Coward's Private Lives with Greg Corkum and Linzee Barclay.  Prior to that, she played edgy Edna with Kevin Risk and Scott Moore in A Delicate Balance.  Then she joined Kevin and Scott again, as well as Rob Downes and Stephen Flett for the 2006 Fringe hit It Was Kit, where she played neurotic Catherine Arthur ... Read More
John Healy
Actor, It Was Kit
John is a local Toronto actor who often performs at the Fringe (either on stage or at the beer tent). His most recent Fringe production was last summer's production of Sir Richard Wadd: Pornographer. Some of his other favourite Fringe productions over the years were The Cantebury Tales and The Revenger’s Tragedy. Really, there’s nothing like running around in Elizabethan attire in the heat of summer. Some film and ... Read More
Bruce Hunter
Actor, It Was Kit
Bruce Hunter's theatre credits include:  Waiting for Godot, White Mice, The Danish Play Titus Androctopus and Krapps Last Tape.  Bruce has performed in dozens of television shows and film projects:  Good Will Hunting, Murder at 1600, Monk, Mean Girls and Puppets Who Kill to name a few.  Bruce is very happy that he has finally been given a chance to perform with Shakespeare.  ... Read More
Melissa-Jane Shaw
Actor, It Was Kit
MJ may eventually need to check into Fringe rehab...the beer tent keeps her coming back for more.  Last year, she acted in, choreographed and co-produced the Tarragon's Patron Pick hit Lust Labour's Lost:  A Rock Musical and Looney Bin the year prior.  Other theatre credits include:  When the Reaper Calls and Beauty & The Beast (Sudbury Theatre Centre), A Delicate Balance (Drama Centre), Gracie Allen in George & Gracie (Maritime/Ontario ... Read More
Jeff White
Actor, It Was Kit
Jeff sits on the Board of Directors for Shakespeare Link Canada - an international, non-profit theatre company whose focus is to make Shakespeare accessible to everyone.  Most recently, Jeff was involved in a workshop of Romeo & Juliet - incorporating both deaf and hearing actors on stage.  In addition to his own projects, Jeff is an advocate for the Canadian film industry.  He is an Ambassador for The First ... Read More
Dan Staheli
Co-Producer, It Was Kit
Dan Staheli holds a BMATH degree from the University of Waterloo, majoring in Computer Science with Electrical Engineering Electives. He currently works as an Engineering Manager for the Roxio Division of Sonic Solutions. He is also an avid patron of the theatre. Dan is the founder of Mad Frau Productions and the official First Reader of Allison McWood's plays (all 24 of them!). Dan is also the co-publisher of ... Read More
James Wisteard
ASM and AD, It Was Kit
James is a fresh graduate of Durham College in the Entertainment Administration program - and still at this point, has no idea what he wants to do.  Under the guidance of Kelsey Matheson, he is slowly starting to build experience in the entertainment field, and has over the last two years, been involved in various activities in the fields of radio, film, television, theatre, live music, and event planning...and he ... Read More
Dave Krstin
Graphic Designer and Actor
Dave Krstin used to be sort of an actor and took one acting class. In addition to his Triple Take work, he can be seen in various roles in God Bless You Pablo Picasso which he has yet to see himself. He was also in a couple of obscure local electronic "bands". Dave is now a graphic designer and you can view his website at davekrstin.com. ... Read More
Conor McCreery
Writer and Actor
Conor is one of the members of the Sketch TV pilot troupe known as “Choking Hazard”. He was in the Business Affairs department for Citadel Studios in 2001-03, was Development Co-ordinator for Triptych Media and has filled the roles of Co-Director, Production Manager, Third Camera, 2nd Assistant Director, Boom Operator and Camera Operator for various music videos, video pilots, and short films. Currently, Conor writes for ROB Television and is ... Read More
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