CHASING MARGARET FLATWOOD
CAST & CREATIVE TEAM
ANDREW LAMB – Director
Andrew is the Artistic Director of Roseneath Theatre and Theatre Awakening in Toronto. A graduate of Concordia
University, Andrew trained as a director with Mike Alfreds at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in London, England.
Andrew also spent five seasons as the Director of Education and Outreach at Tarragon Theatre and was part of the
2009 Director's Lab at the Lincoln Center Theater in New York.
Selected directing credits include: La Maleta - The Suitcase (Roseneath), In This World (Roseneath/Tarragon) -
Dora nomination for Outstanding Direction, Dib and Dob and the Journey Home (Roseneath/NAC), Life x3 (Unit
102), The (Post) Mistress (Thousand Islands/Neptune/Ship's Company), With Love and a Major Organ (Next
Stage/Toronto Fringe), Songs For A New World (Angelwalk), Driving Miss Daisy (Stirling Festival Theatre), BURIED
(Next Stage 2010), My Mother’s Lesbian Jewish Wiccan Wedding (Mirvish/Fringe Festival 2009), In Darfur
(SummerWorks 2008), The Drawer Boy, The Tempest, A Midsummer Night's Dream (Georgian Theatre Festival),
Desperate Housepets (Montreal and Toronto Fringe Festivals 2006), After Juliet (Young People's Theatre), Just So
Stories, The Balloon Tree (KidsVenue - Toronto Fringe). Andrew has worked as an arts educator for Soulpepper
Theatre Company, the Canadian Stage Company, the Sears Ontario Drama Festival and over a decade with the
Drama School at Young Peoples Theatre.
ROBERT WATSON – Playwright & Actor: Becks
Robert is a Victoria raised theatre artist who has called Toronto home for the past 14 years. Having worked as an
actor, producer, publicist, makeup artist and sound designer for various theatrical productions, it is playwrighting
that gives him the most artistic satisfaction. Selected past writing credits include Desperate Housepets (Montreal &
Toronto Fringe Festivals), Just So Stories and an adaptation of Phoebe Gilman’s The Balloon Tree (Toronto Kids
Fringe). Robert is a graduate of the George Brown Theatre School. Upcoming: The Money Tree for Roseneath
Lindsay C. Walker - Set & Costume Design
Lindsay is a Toronto based Set and Costume designer. Originally from British Columbia, she has been working in
film and theatre since 1999. Recent credits include: Chasing Margaret Flatwood (Theatre Awakening); Taming of
the Shrew, Macbeth (Canadian Stage); Stockholm, The Red Queen Effect (Seventh Stage Productions) The
Crackwalker (Staged and Confused Productions). Upcoming; The Money Tree (Roseneath Theatre). Lindsay was
an inaugural member of the Canadian Stage BASH artist development program. Last year, she completed her MFA
in Design at York University.
CATHERINE MCNALLY – Actor: Vivienne Moore
Born and raised in Toronto, Catherine began her professional acting career in her native city in 1987 after receiving
a Diploma in Acting at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts, and an Honours degree in Dramatic Art
from Queen’s University. Catherine is also an international fellow with Shakespeare’s Globe in London, England
after receiving the prestigious Christopher Plummer Fellowship Award as well the Canada’s Globe, Women in
Shakespeare Award. She has worked in theatres across the country as well as in the United States. She produced
and starred in the one woman plays, Jewel that was performed in Toronto and across the country as well as Hunger
Striking at Theatre Passe Murialle both to extraordinary critical acclaim. Catherine is also one of the founding
members of the unique Shakespeare in the Rough and has received the Tyrone Guthrie Award from the Stratford
Her film and television has been consistent with her theatre which include Have Mercy, On Their Knees,
Remembrance and Love, Sex, and Eating the Bones (TIFF, Best First Feature, City TV), all shown at the Toronto
International Film Festival, as well as Flashpoint, One Night, The Gathering, Doc Odyssey 5, Soul Food, Killing Me
Softly, Kojak, Roxana, Get a Clue, Foreign Objects, Enslavement, Earth; Final Conflict, Due South and
Goosebumps, to name a few.
Catherine is a Dora nominated actor, and over the years has been acknowledged as one of the top ten Artists, as
well as best performance and best ensemble by NOW Magazine. Catherine lives in Toronto with her husband, actor
Robert B. Kennedy, and her son Kieran. She is a member of ACTRA, AEA and CAEA. Catherine is a competitive
swimmer and is member of the Masters Swimming Ontario.
JULIA LEDERER – Actor: Olivia Moore, Margaret Flatwood
Julia Lederer is a playwright, actor, and theatre artist. Her play With Love and a Major Organ, which she wrote and
performed in, was a critical and audience favourite at the 2012 Toronto Fringe and 2013 Next Stage Festivals.
Acting credits include: K-Hole (Detention: ESPA/Primary Stages: NY), Sorrys (NY Madness/EST), I Carry Your Heart
(iPod Play: Festival Players), Heather’s String Theory (Foundry Theatre Workshop), Favour (LabCab), S.C.U.M.
Suite (Rhubarb Festival), several productions with Birdtown & Swanville (Dead Wrestlers, 36 Little Plays About
Hopeless Girls, The Physical Ramifications…etc.), and The School PROJECT: Then, which she co-created with
FLASHQUIZ. She has also performed her own work at Buddies in Bad Times (“Hysteria Festival”), Theatre Passe
Muraille (“Crapshoot”), Canadian Stage (“Festival of Ideas and Creations”), and most recently wrote and acted in
the pilot episode of the series “Upstaged” (Great Lake Films). In addition, Julia’s work has been presented with: The
Humber River Shakespeare Company (The Sonnet Show), TheatreKairos (HotScrawls), Factory Theatre
(WordPlay), Seventh Stage (whaleriders), Nightwood (Write From the Hip), SummerWorks (Youth Reading Series),
Alumnae Theatre (“New Ideas Festival” 2006-8). Julia was the Interim Artistic Producer for the Paprika Festival at the
Tarragon Theatre (2008/9). She assistant directed the premiere productions of Hannah Moscovitch’s The Russian
Play (Magnetic North/Factory Theatre), Layne Coleman’s Tijuana Cure (Theatre Passe Muraille), and More Fine
Girls (dir: Alisa Palmer, Tarragon Theatre). Most recently Julia has studied and performed at Magnet Theatre,
Upright Citizens Brigade, Primary Stages, and HB Studio in New York.
KIMWUN PEREHINEC – Actor: Jazmin Latrine
Kimwun is an actor, theatre producer and artist educator. Theatre credits include Like Wolves (GCTC); Clybourne
Park (Studio 180/Mirvish/Canadian Stage); Our Class (Dora Nomination – Studio 180/Canadian Stage); Offensive
Shadows, The Arab-Israeli Cookbook, The Passion of the Chris, The Laramie Project (Studio 180);
Wrecked (Roseneath Theatre); Madhouse Variations, Sideshow of the Damned (Eldritch Theatre); High-Gravel-
Blind, Shadows, Walk Right Up (Stratford Festival); Vicious Little Boyz in the Rain, Pop Song (Theatre Direct); and
This Is About the Push (Seventh Stage). Film and TV credits include The Line (TMN), B.J. Fletcher: Private Eye
(web), Escape, The Transit Lounge, Nero Wolfe, Thieves, Prince Charming, Puppets Who Kill, Nikita, and Max and
Zoe. Kimwun is a graduate of the actor-training program at George Brown College, and a co-founder of/member of
the Core Artistic Team for Studio 180 Theatre.
MARK TERENE – Actor: Gerald Moore
Mark has been an active theatre artist for over 30 years. He has appeared in over 50 plays and musicals across
Canada. His favourite roles have been, Pumbaa in the original Toronto cast of Disney’s The Lion King, Beauty and
the Beast as Cogsworth, also in Toronto. Nathan Detroit in Guys and Dolls for Theatre Collingwood directed by Tom
Diamond and Angus in The Drawer Boy directed by Andrew Lamb. Selective TV and film credits include, Mutant X,
Amerika, Street Legal, Wonderfalls, and he is featured in the new Political Comic-Opera Film called Politics is Cruel
DANIEL KROLIK – Actor: Gregory
Daniel is thrilled to be returning to the Toronto Fringe in his tenth production. Theatre includes: Release the Stars:
the Ballad of Randy and Evi Quaid (Next Stage, also co-wrote), Dib and Dob and the Journey Home
(Roseneath/NAC), The Snow Queen (Sudbury Theatre Centre), Yellow Face (Hart House), Twelfth Night (Direct
Flight/Gladstone Hotel), [sic] (Toronto Fringe/Best of Fringe), Ten Green Bottles (Te-Amim Music Theatre, also co-
adapted), Much Ado About Nothing (Dream North – Yukon Tour), Hello Again(Equity co-op/Tarragon Extra Space),
The Enchanted Crackhouse, Point of Departure, The Book of Liz, In Trousers, and Nana (Toronto Fringe – NOW
Magazine Artist to Watch), Picasso at the Lapin Agile (Perimeter Institute), Where the Boys Are (Buddies in Bad
Times), You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown (ACT), Romeo and Juliet and A Comedy of Errors (Repercussion
Theatre – North American Tour), and developmental readings of Tough Jews (Harold Green Jewish Theatre), The
Pageant (Fu-Gen), and Blood Ties (Summerworks). Film and TV: Sidekick, Masterminds, and Forensic Factor.
Daniel is a graduate of the University of Toronto and Sheridan College. Thanks and love to Andrew and Rob for
bringing him along.
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