MARCH 19 @ 5PM
Studio 1398 – Granville Island
PROGRAM D – | Our Game by Matt Cardinal | Teenybopper by Tess LeBlanc |Waiting Room By Nicola Wanless |
DRAMATURGE: Megan Andres
Britt MacLeod is a queer multi-disciplinary artist and graduate of Capilano University’s Musical Theatre Program. She has acted in 4 plays for BNPR, and is a first-time BNPR director. Performance credits include: Hamelin: A New Fable, Axis Theatre; Crazy For You, Gateway Theatre; The Light in the Piazza, Patrick Street Productions, Persephone Theatre. Currently, she’s collaborating with Deb Vogt on their second musical: Sylvia’s Hotel. Their first, Carry On, won Pick of the Fringe in Vancouver last year.
Callum Gunn was born and raised on Salt Spring Island, BC. After high school, he modeled internationally for three years. He attended art school in Windsor in 2012 and graduated with a BFA – Theatre Acting in 2016. Callum has co-founded Little Thief Theatre & Actors Company – a company dedicated to creating & showcasing original works in site-specific environments. Outside of the theatre, he works in Film/TV, Photography/ Videography and Graphic Designer. He thrives in collaborative settings which promote the cross-pollination of ideas and artistic mediums. With the isolating effects of technology and divisive political rhetoric more toxic than ever, Callum continues to engage with the world around him and encourages everyone to do the same. He is also a big fan of avocados and Kurt Vonnegut. Thanks to everyone who helped bring this event to life, and you for being here and supporting the arts!
Kristy Fielding: Born and raised on Vancouver Island, Kristy has been living, studying, and working in Vancouver for four years. She is a dedicated actor passionate about exploring the human condition through thought-provoking stories and complex characters. She is happy to be part of a show with fellow emerging artists and hopes the audience is just as inspired as she is.
J-C Roy is excited for his return to the first venue he performed at when arriving in Vancouver 14 years ago. Brave New Play Rites has offered a thrilling chance to jump in with minimal chance of Bee-Girls attacking. J-C can next be seen in August Fourth’s production of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest at Pal which leads directly into his Shakespeare directing debut in June with Sandbox Productions’ Hamlet at the Cultch.