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An Inclusive Theatre Company in London Ontario

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“Academia Nuts”

A fast-paced comedy about love, sex and academia.

Playwright:
Paul Kinsella
Producer:
Kelly MacDonald
Director:
Steve Stockwell

Featuring:

  • John Palmer as Roger
  • Tiffany Blom as Sonia Krososziac
  • Rosemary Bonner as Trudy
  • Ken Parsons as Frederick
  • Roger Khouri as Angus

Performance Information:

The 2014 London Fringe, Spriet Family Theatre, London.


“A Naughty Little Christmas”

A cast of madcap characters meet at a house party in swinging England of the 1960s.

Playwright:
Paul Kinsella
Director:
James Wybrow
Stage Manager/Wardrobe:
Ashley Grech
Props/Assistant Stage Manager:
Anne Carpenter

Featuring:

  • Ken Parsons as Dr. Gerome McGillicuddy
  • Amy Bindner as Miranda McGillicuddy
  • Julia Ferguson as Sibyl
  • Todd Rocheleau as Alistair
  • Steve Stockwell as Norman
  • Selena Zabian as Celeste

Pre-show Music by: Ena Belanger and Nichole Robertson

Performance Information:

The CNIB Auditorium, London, December 2013.


“Belles”

“A Play in Two Acts and Forty-five Phone Calls”

Playwright:
Mark Dunn
Producer:
Kelly MacDonald
Director:
Steve Stockwell
Stage Manager:
James Wybrow
Assistant Stage Manager/Costumes:
Sandi MacDonald-Brown
Original Music:
Charnelle Pennyfeather
Set Design:
Steve Stockwell
Lighting:
Mark Mooney and Melody Hudson
Sound:
Jay Davis
Stage Hand:
Selena Zabian
Bell Ringer:
Roger Khouri

Featuring:

  • Annie Carpenter as Peggy Reece
  • Annette Dennis as Roseanne Johnson
  • Ashley Grech as Audrey Hart
  • Catharine Sullivan as Aneece Walker
  • Kelsea Meredith as Paige Walker
  • Nichole Robertson as Sherry ‘Dust’ Walker

Performance Information:

Procunier Hall, London, October 2013.

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“Heroery”

An Out of Sight original play which featured Stevetaur and his sidekick Denperratis in a hilarious mock-Renaissance theatre adventure.

Playwright and Director:
Steve Stockwell

Featuring:

  • Jonathon Calhoun as Stevetaur
  • Ryan Collins as Denperratis
  • Shelley Levi as M’lady Stockellberry
  • Sarah C.E. Stanton as Mistress Dill
  • Annette Dennis as Oscarthgus

Performance Information:

Hamilton Fringe, Theatre Aquarius Studio, July 2013.

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“A Christmas for Carole”

A classic radio drama of doublecross, adapted by Paul Kinsella.

Director:
Julia Ferguson
Stage Manager:
Sandi MacDonald-Brown
Stage Hand:
Soren Brown
Sound:
Gordon Grills
Prop Assistance:
Hutton House

Featuring:

  • Roger Khouri as Paul
  • Helen Campbell as Doctor Jones
  • Emily Trepanier as Carole
  • Nicky deVeber as Ann and the Prostitute
  • Ken Parsons as Harvey
  • Tony Kazino as Eddie
  • Catharine Sullivan as Ada

The monologue “Is Santa for Real” written by Cindy Kovac and performed by Sarah West. Second monologue performed by Eric McArthur.

Music presented by Joe Edmonds and his students: Anne Dwyer, flute; Kendra Hart, saxophone and flute; Ethan Hart, trumpet; Lev Konopelko, saxophone; Cindy Kovac, saxophone; and Darren Kovac, saxophone.

Performance Information:

The CNIB Auditorium, London, December 2012.


“Fall of Love”

Infatuation, deception, rejection and regret came to the stage in this anthology of fractured love stories – four classic plays that will make you laugh and cry in the face of love.

Director:
Steve Stockwell

Play 1: “Sweet-and-Twenty” by Floyd Dell

Featuring:

  • Anton Mijatovic as He
  • Nicky DeVeber as She

Play 2: “The Game” by Louise Bryant

Featuring:

  • Julia Ferguson as Life
  • Kelly MacDonald as Death
  • Jonathon Calhoun as Youth
  • Holly Reid as The Girl

Play 3: “Overtones” by Alice Gerstenberg

Featuring:

  • Nichole Robertson as Harriet
  • Shelley Levi as Hetty
  • Rosemary Bonner as Margaret

Play 4: “The Open Door” by Alfred Sutro

Featuring:

  • Tim Ingram as Sir Geoffrey Transom
  • Annette Dennis as Lady Torminster

Performance Information:

The ARTS Project, London, October 2012.

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“Petr Pann”

A stylized exploration of theatre of the absurd, a rare combination of artistic expression, sensuality and dark comedy – a goth-absurd parody of the original.

Playwright and Director:
Paul Kinsella
Assistant Director and Stage Manager:
Nicole Titus
Assistant Stage Manager:
Stephanie Klassen
Original Make-Up Design:
Marina Sheppard
Costumes and Make-Up:
Lyn Cooper
Photography and Graphic Art:
Steve Stockwell
Voice Recordings/Production Assistant:
Bruce Kachuk

Featuring:

  • Shelley Levi as the Cigarette Girl
  • Steve Stockwell as Petr Pann
  • Jessica Quartel as Wendy
  • Jacqui Hadfield Vandale as Tink

The Lost Boys and Girls: Lyn Cooper, Annette Dennis, Emily Trepanier, Anton Mijatovic, Scott Daniel, Julia Ferguson

With a Special Appearance by Rosemary Bonner

Performance Information:

The ARTS Project, London, June 2012.

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“The Gift of the Magi”

To celebrate the spirit of the Christmas season, Out of Sight Productions is pleased to present “The Gift of the Magi”, the classic tale by O. Henry adapted for our stage by London’s Steve Stockwell.

Director, Adapter & Narrator:
Steve Stockwell
Stage Manager:
Rosemary Bonner

Featuring:

  • Denardo Hepburn as James
  • Nichole Robertson as Della
  • Brad Salmon as Mme. Sofronie
  • Kelly MacDonald as Gifty
  • Musicians: Wajdi Khouri, Shelley Levi, Anton Mijatovic and Todd Rocheleau

Performance Information:

The CNIB Auditorium, London, December 2011.

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“Three Plays – An Out of Sight Night”

Stage Manager:
Heather May
Sound Design and Operation:
Lisa DesGroseilliers
Lighting Design and Operation:
Mike Gagain
Scenic Consultant:
Campbell Manning

Play 1: “The Final Road Trip” by Kelly MacDonald

It is the summer of 1983 as we witness a couple attempting to accept the coming of age of their daughters and the resultant blossoming of a new mutual relationship.

Writer and Playing Russell Emerson:
Kelly MacDonald
Director:
Heather May

Featuring:

  • Emily Trepanier as Columba Emerson
  • Rosemary Bonner as Jamie Emerson
  • Holly Reid as Waverly Emerson
  • Denardo Hepburn as Dan and Gerald
  • Jerry Howarth as the radio Sports Announcer

Play 2: “Heroery” by Steve Stockwell

Set in ancient days of yore, this play depicts a version of life in an imaginary kingdom that is facing unimaginable adversity.

Writer and Director:
Steve Stockwell

Featuring:

  • Jennifer Boag as M’lady Stockellberry
  • Corinna May as Mistress Dill
  • Karen MacLennan as Oscarthgus
  • Jonathon Calhoun as Stevetaur
  • Todd Rocheleau as Denperratis

Play 3: “Now See Hear” by Paul Kinsella

An exploration into the beauty of understanding and acceptance of personal differences.

Writer and Director:
Paul Kinsella

Featuring:

  • Brad Salmon as Jim
  • Trish West as Janet
  • Anton Mijatovic as Frankie
  • Jacqui Vandale as Annette
  • Bruce Kachuk as the Radio Sports Announcer
  • Liam Isaac, Musical Interludes

Performance Information:

The Arts Project, 203 Dundas Street, London, September/October 2011.

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“No Traveler Returns”

Set in an inn near Huntsville, Ontario in 1895, this crime drama embroils detective William Murdoch in a chilling case off his normal beat.

Director:
Kerry Hishon
Producers:
Paul Kinsella and Kelly MacDonald
Stage Manager and Props Master:
Chelsea Bancroft
Assistant Stage Manager:
Todd Rochelau
Wardrobe Design:
Brenda Fieldhouse
Sound Design and Operation:
Lisa DesGroseilliers
Set Design:
Chris Hicks
Lighting Design:
Kevin Collin and Micah Richardson

Featuring:

  • Kelly MacDonald as Ben Ryan
  • Jonathon Calhoun as Jack Kipp
  • Katie Komarnicky as Sarah Ryan
  • Chris McAuley as Luke Binden
  • John Iglesias as William Murdoch
  • Annette Dennis as Margaret Ryan
  • Rosemary Bonner as Alice Woodstock

Performance Information:

The Arts Project, 203 Dundas Street, London, February 2011.

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“An Out of Sight Christmas Gift 2010″

Out of Sight Productions is pleased to present this selection of seasonal music and spoken word to celebrate Christmas.

Featuring:

Emcee & Company Director:
Kelly MacDonald
The Out of Sight Singers:
Chad Vanasse, Chelsea Mohler, Rob Castrogiovanni, Annette Dennis, Anton Mijatovic, Directed by Jennifer Boag
Dramatic Presenters:
Rose Bonner, Sid Wilson, Shelley Levi, Steve Carron, John Turner, Todd Rochelau, Dan Ebbs, Scott Daniel and Tiffany Holmes

Performance Information:

The CNIB Auditorium, London, December 2010.

Download the “Out of Sight Christmas Gift” program


“If You Believe”

The third in a series of three Old Time Radio dramas, first performed in 1946

Director:
Kelly MacDonald
Stage Manager:
Heather Wright

Featuring:

  • Anton Mijatovic as The Mysterious Traveler
  • Peter Cassidy as Jonathan Davis
  • Chelsea Mohler as Ellen Davis
  • Rosemary Bonner as Joe Benson
  • Annette Dennis as Jan Duncan
  • Brad Salmon as Ted Jones
  • Julia Ferguson as Newspaper Person
  • Jackie Branje as News Correspondent / sound effects team
  • Steve Stockwell as Radio Announcer / sound effects team
  • Lyn Cooper as Speaker / sound effects team

Performance Information:

The CNIB Auditorium, London, June 2010.

Download the “If You
Believe” poster


“The Gibson Murder Case”

the second in a series of three Old Time Radio dramas, first performed in
1949

Director:
Steve Stockwell
Stage Manager:
Katie Stockwell

Featuring:

  • Kelly MacDonald as Richard Diamond
  • Rosemary Bonner as Virginia Pelgram
  • Wajdi Khouri as Harvey Austin
  • Peter Cassidy as Leland Gibson and The Hotel Clerk
  • Liana Hemming as Helen Asher and The Landlady
  • Shelley Levi as Esther Blodgett
  • Jonathan Calhoun as Sergeant Otis
  • Brad Salmon as Walt Levinson
  • Carole Holton as Miss Gibson

Technical Support Provided by: Linzi Buhr and Chelsea Mohler

Performance Information:

The CNIB Auditorium, London, March 2010.


“Back for Christmas”

the first in a series of three Old Time Radio dramas, first performed in 1948

Director:
Kelly MacDonald
Crew:
Kelly MacDonald and Ron Nurse

Featuring:

  • Steve Stockwell as Herbert Carpenter
  • Lyn Cooper as Hermione Carpenter
  • Annette Dennis as Marion Markham
  • Julia Ferguson as Mrs Goodenough
  • Ian Fitzgerald as Freddy Sinclair
  • Anton Mijatovic as Hap
  • Sid Wilson as Show Announcer
  • Shree Ziradkar as Harlow Wilcox
  • Musical Entertainment provided by Steve Carron, Shelley Levi and Isabella
    Wolder

Performance Information:

The CNIB Auditorium, London, December 2009.

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for Christmas” poster


“I Only See Shadows”

Author:
Kelly MacDonald
Producer/Director:
Kelly MacDonald
Stage Manager:
Annette Dennis
Assistant Stage Managers:
Vincent Costello and Lyn Cooper
Stage Technician:
Claude Labelle

Featuring:

  • Rosemary Bonner as January Banting
  • Lyn Cooper as Barb Arnold
  • Vincent Costello as Eddie Bryce
  • Brad Salmon as Joe Meridian
  • Anton Mijatovic as Leon
  • Carole Holton as Louisa
  • Claude Labelle as Guy

Performance Information:

The 2009 London Fringe Festival, Spriet Family Theatre, London.


“Column Bound”

Author:
Kelly MacDonald
Producer:
Kelly MacDonald
Director:
Steve Stockwell
Stage Manager:
Dan Roberson
Assistant Stage Manager:
Jake Stockwell

Featuring:

  • Annette Dennis as Marina
  • John Iglesias as Dushane
  • Tony Kazino as Mr Schniderman
  • Shelley Levi as Jordan

Performance Information:

The 2008 London One Act Festival, Spriet Family Theatre, London.


“Weather Wise”

Author:
Kelly MacDonald
Director:
Steve Stockwell
Stage Manager:
Dorian Mills
Assistant Stage Manager:
Shelley Levi

Featuring:

  • Gina Lowes as Amber Wisenhower
  • Steve Ogden as Don Duggins
  • Greg Mate as Dale Roberts
  • Lyn Cooper as Nicole Sample
  • Kyle McCone as Additional Vocals

Performance Information:

The 2007 London Fringe Festival, Spriet Family Theatre, London.

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“Weatherwise” poster


“LP Stories”

Author:
Kelly MacDonald
Director:
Kelly MacDonald

Featuring:

  • Brad Salmon as Roy
  • Naomi Vondell as Rachel
  • Martin Courcelles as Graham

Performance Information:

The Disabilities Festival 2006, Buddies in Bad Times, Toronto.


“Mercury in Retrograde”

Author:
Kelly MacDonald
Director:
Jeff Leeson

Featuring:

  • John Iglesias as Davis
  • Sabrena Smulders as Angelica
  • Jennifer Boag as Carol

Performance Information:

The 2006 London One Act Festival, London.