• #6 – Richard Beaune

    Richard Beaune has performed in every province and territory across Canada in both official languages over a 30 year career. His work as actor and director has garnered rave reviews and several awards, including a Dora Mavor Moore Award and a Canadian... [ Read more ]

  • #5 – Merritt Crews

    A Toronto based actor/singer, Merritt graduated from George Brown Theatre School and holds a BA Honours in Psychology and Drama from Queen's University. She has been a member of the award-winning company Shakey-Shake and Friends for the past 5 years,... [ Read more ]

  • #4 – Burning Mountain

    Siobhan Richardson and Matt Richardson are actors and fight directors. Siobhan’s theatre credits include Credits include Mo and Jess Kill Susie (Harley Dog Productions), Sofia’s Doll (Film Freak Productions), and Duel of Ages (True Edge... [ Read more ]

  • #3 – Tom McGee

    Tom is the co-founder and Associate Artistic Director of Theatre Brouhaha. A dramaturge, playwright, puppeteer, and producer, Tom is also the co-creator and Artistic Director of Shakey-Shake and Friends Puppet Shakespeare Company, where he adapts and... [ Read more ]

  • #2 – Sam Rosenthal

    Welcome to episode 2 of the Stageworthy Podcast, with host Phil Rickaby. This episode’s guest is Sam Rosenthal, an actor, director and was the Artistic Director of Tribal Productions which was the resident theatre company of the Toronto... [ Read more ]

  • #1 – Rebecca Perry

    From Adventures of a Redheaded Coffeeshop Girl to Brassy redheads from Old Hollywood [ Read more ]

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- 12 days ago

On this episode, Keshia Palm & Julia Dickson of The Paprika Theatre Festival. https://t.co/9AacAYL6DF
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- 17 days ago

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- 19 days ago

On episode 304 of Stageworthy, theatre creator Sunny Drake. https://t.co/md8kHzEWfE https://t.co/aFVsc1EgzN
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