Playwright, Norm FosterNorm Foster has been the most produced playwright in Canada every year for the past twenty years. His plays receive an average of one hundred and fifty productions annually making him, by far, the most produced playwright in the history of his country. Born in Newmarket, Ontario on St. Valentine's Day and raised in Toronto, Norm attended West Hill Collegiate Institute and then went on to study Radio & Television Arts at Centennial College in Toronto and then Confederation College in Thunder Bay
Co-Director, Kay ValentineKay has been involved in community theatre for nearly 40 years. In that time she has acted, directed, produced, stage-managed and anything else non-technical that was needed. She was a founding member of South Shore Little Theatre and The Old Town Hall Players. Some of her favorite roles were on this stage: Ouiser in Steel Magnolias, Magda in The Night of January 16th. and Abby in Arsenic and Old Lace. Presently she is a member of The Newmarket Stage Company and The Curtain Club in Richmond Hill
Phil Dionne Co-Director & BobPhil Dionne has been on the stage in York Region for 35 years. He has appeared in dramas, comedies and musicals over that time. Many people would have seen his performances for The Old Town Hall Players, Newmarket Stage Company and The Curtain Club in Richmond Hill, but a special place in his heart will always be reserved for Theatre on Main and the productions he produced, directed and performed there with Ross and Jacque Bailey.
Victoria Curran as BarbLast on stage in Newmarket for The Vagina Monologues, Victoria’s recent productions include The River Flows Both Ways at Alumnae, Homechild and Willow Quartet at The Curtain Club.
Wesley Chalmers as MilesWesley is an emerging actor from York Region who recently appeared in the critically acclaimed Markham Little Theatre's production of Bedroom Farce, as Trevor. He is thrilled to work with such an experienced cast and director.