stage acting

The House that Jack Built by Margaret Hollingsworth
“Jack”; directed by Theresa Huntly for UBC Masters Program Directing class; performed November 16, 1996

Hollywood North
Semi-improvised series; Pilot episode. “Scott Eisenstein”; directed by Fredrik Graver and David Macniven; produced by Acme Theatrical Constructions Company; performed January 19, 1995

Smilin’ Jims’
“Tom Arnold” and “Sture Syvertsen”; directed by Phil Oakley; appeared as guest on separate occasions on improvised live talk show; performed Spring 1993.

Unidentified Human Remains and the True Nature of Love by Brad Fraser
“Robert Turner”; directed by Kim Klingbeil-Wuster; produced by Riot Productions; performed November 17-28, 1992.

Biosphere 2013
Semi-improvised weekly series; “Narrator/Artificial Intelligence”; directed by Fredrik Graver; produced by Skagerak Theatre Company; performed October 16 to December 18, 1992 (10 episodes).

Cavan Blazers by Robert Winslow
“Constable John Hutchison”; directed by Robert Winslow; produced by 4th Line Theatre Company; performed August 21 to September 20, 1992 at the Winslow Farm, Cavan, Ontario.

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead by Tom Stoppard
“The Player”; directed by John Barclay; produced by Rough Theatre Company and Theatre Trent; performed December 4–8, 1991.

The Customs Collector in Baggy Pants by Lawrence Ferlinghetti
Monologue; directed by Tracey Germa; produced by The Union Theatre; performed October 16–20, 23–25, 1991.

The Canadian Prosaic by Philip Kummel
“A”; directed by Caron Garside; produced by The Union Theatre; performed October 16–20, 23–25, 1991.

The Flintstones
“Fred Flintstone”; directed by Phil Oakley; produced by The Bedrock Repertory Company; performed October 5, 1991; November 8–9, 1991; December 13–14, 1991; February 22, 1992 (Sneaky Dee’s, Toronto); April 3-4, 1991 (Artspace, Peterborough); June 18, 1992; June 30 to July 5, 1992 (Annex Theatre, Fringe of Toronto Festival)

Can’t Pay? Won’t Pay! by Dario Fo
“Giovanni”; directed by the cast; produced by Theatre of the Depressed, performed June 19–30, 1991.

Marat/Sade by Peter Weiss
“Herald” and assistant director; directed by Robert Winslow; produced by the Union Theatre Repertory Company; performed February 27 to March 10, 1991.

Hurricane Ridge and Hurricane Ridge: The Heartbreak
Semi-improvised weekly series; “Tom Driver”; directed by the cast; produced by East City Productions; performed January 11 to September 27, 1991 (appeared in 34 of 38 episodes).

The Good Woman of Setzuan by Bertolt Brecht
“Policeman” and “Brother”; directed by Robert Winslow; produced by the Union Theatre Repertory Company; performed November 22 to December 2, 1990.

Cavan Blazers by Robert Winslow
Script workshop with staged reading; directed by Dean Hawes; produced by East City Productions with the Ontario Arts Council; September 10 to October 6, 1990.

One Red Shoe
Semi-improvised weekly series; “Dick Richards”; directed by Robert Winslow; produced by East City Productions; performed June 15 to July 13, 1990 (5 episodes).

Peterborough Sex Capital of the World
Semi-improvised weekly series; “Pastor Rufus Goodshine”; directed by Robert Winslow; produced by East City Productions; performed May 11 to June 8, 1990 (5 episodes).

Living in the Age of Hope by Fredrik Graver
“Hamlet-actor”; produced by East City Productions; directed by Caron Garside; performed March 21–25, 1990 (adapted from Hamletmachine by Heiner Müller).

Seven Deadly Sins
Semi-improvised weekly series; “Sloan Roper”; directed by Robert Winslow; produced by East City Productions; performed March 2 to April 13, 1990 (7 episodes).

The Coffin Factory — Parts One and Two
Semi-improvised weekly series; “George Winthrop Robinson” and “Rick Robinson”; directed by Robert Winslow; produced by East City Productions; performed November 24 to December 22, 1989 (Part One) and January 12 to February 9, 1990 (Part Two) (10 episodes).

East City Awakening
Collective creation; played several roles; directed by Michael Meredith; produced by East City Productions; performed August 2–6, 1989 at Artspace, Peterborough (based on Spring Awakening by Frank Wedekind).

Victims of Amnesia by Lawrence Ferlinghetti
“Nightclerk”; directed by Patrick Gracey; produced by Theatre Trent; performed March 16–19, 1989 at Artspace, Peterborough.

A Christmas Carol by Ian McLachlan and Robert Winslow
“Scrooge’s Nephew,” “Fezziwig,” “Husband,” and “3rd Man of Business”; produced by East City Productions; directed by Robert Winslow with Dean Hawes; performed December 7–18, 1988 at Artspace, Peterborough (adapted from the Charles Dickens story).

The Greatest Show by R. Murray Schaefer
Member of chorus; directed by Tom Sokoloski; produced by Peterborough Festival of the Arts; performed August 24 to September 4, 1988 at Crary Park, Peterborough.

East City: The Soap
Semi-improvised weekly series; “Professor John Fetiski”; directed by Robert Winslow; produced by East City Productions; performed June 10, 1988 to August 25, 1989 at Artspace, Peterborough (appeared in 49 of 54 episodes).

Not to Distub by Joanna Rogers
“The Reverend”; directed by Joanna Rogers; produced by Theatre Trent; performed November 12–14, 1987 at Artspace, Peterborough (adapted from the novel by Muriel Spark).

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