Cast & Creative
Adrian Proszowski as Lord Reginald FavershumAdrian is a Toronto based actor and theatre creator who has worked on stages across Canada. Acting credits include Birth of Frankenstein (Litmus Theatre), A Midwinters Dream Tale (GCTC and A Company of Fools), Three Musketeers and Little Women the Broadway Musical (Citadel Theatre), Blood Brothers (Thousand Islands Playhouse), Heat Wave (Sudbury Theatre Centre). As a director Adrian received critical acclaim for his work on Ned Dicken’s Paulo and Daphne for Theatreworks Productions. TV credits include Mayday and Degrassi: The Next Generation.
Amanda Barker as Lady Vanessa FavershumAmanda is an actor, writer, director and producer, best known for her co-starring roles in Seasons 2 of The Handmaid’s Tale (Hulo/HBO) Designated Survivor (ABC) and as the villain Freida Fiver in Odd Squad (PBS). Onstage she is the winner of 3 Broadway World awards; Nashville’s “Best Actress”, Toronto’s “Best Supporting Actress” & Denver’s “Best Colorado Debut”. Recent theatre includes Little Black Dress (US Tour), SPANK! A 50 Shades of Grey Parody (Off Broadway/Just for Laughs/US Tour) It’s a Wonderful Life (Theatre North West), Moose on the Loose (Sudbury Theatre Centre/Magnus Theatre), Miracle on 34th Street (Theatre New Brunswick), Release the Stars: The Ballad of Randy and Evi Quaid (NextSage, Stratford’s SpringWorks). Amanda can be heard across North America as a co-host on SIRIUSXM Channel 168 The Humble and Fred Morning Show. www.amandajbarker.com
Rebecca Perry as Agatha the MaidRebecca Perry is an actor, singer and writer based in Toronto. She has played lead roles in the feature films Forest Fairies (available on Amazon Prime UK/US), Best Friend from Heaven (with Kris Kristofferson), and Duck and Donk. She also has a recurring role on The Ponysitter’s Club, (Discovery Kids US). Her award-winning solo show Confessions of a Redheaded Coffeeshop Girl sold out its entire run at the 2015 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, has toured across Canada and Europe and is heading to the Maritimes in May 2018. Confessions was filmed for TV in front of a live audience for Bell Fibe’s OnStage On Demand. The sequel, Adventures of a Redheaded Coffeeshop Girl has performed as far afield as Limerick, Ireland, and most recently at the Lighthouse Festival Theatre in Port Dover. Perry’s most recent solo show, From Judy to Bette: The Stars of Old Hollywood will tour six theatres in England, and the East Coast alongside Confessions this spring. rebeccaperry.ca
Robert Watson as Henry the ButlerBorn in St. John’s and raised in Victoria, Robert is an award winning playwright, actor, standup comedian and fragrance aficionado extraordinaire, as well as the creator of A Gay Victorian Affair. A Harold Award recipient for his contributions to the Toronto theatre community, Robert received a 2015 Dora Mavor Moore Award nomination for Outstanding New Play for The Money Tree and again in 2017 for Birds of a Feather. Selected writing credits include the sold-out Fringe hit Chasing Margaret Flatwood at Toronto’s Campbell House, Desperate Housepets at the Montreal and Toronto Fringe Festivals (Outstanding New Play, NOW Magazine), adaptations of Rudyard Kipling’s Just So Stories and Phoebe Gilman’s The Balloon Tree (Toronto Fringe). A graduate of George Brown Theatre School, Robert has in the past year been an up and coming comedian in Toronto’s standup scene; his premiere recording can be found on Queer and Present Danger (Live), available on Itunes.
Daniel Krolik as Lord StillsbyDaniel’s past theatre credits include Bed and Breakfast (Magnus Theatre), Stag and Doe (Bluewater Summer Playhouse), Love, Dishonor, Marry, Die, Cherish, Perish (Studio 180), Chasing Margaret Flatwood (Theatre Awakening), Dib and Dob and the Journey Home (Roseneath/NAC), and Release the Stars: the Ballad of Randy and Evi Quaid (Fringe/Next Stage, which he also co-wrote). Daniel can be seen in the feature film Sidekick and several television commercials, and also co-hosts the podcast BGM: Bad Gay Movies/Bitchy Gay Men.
Alex Plouffe as Master Thomas WaverlyAlex is a Toronto based artist whose previous theatre credits include Cloud (Scapegoat Collective), Shove It Down My Throat (Pandemic Theatre/Buddies Pride), Surplus Humans (Wigs and Lipstick), 52 Pick-up (Howland Company), Circle Jerk (safeword/Soup Can Theatre), As You Like It, Titus Andronicus (Canadian Stage), Prayers for the New World (Glasswater Theatre), The Life of Jude (Falling Hammer/SummerWorks), Offers fo Home (Panfish Productions), True Love Lies (Alberta Theatre Projects), Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, A Streetcar Named Desire, As You Like It (Blue Bridge Repertory Theatre), Pornography (Theatre Inconnu) Inside, Yerma, Romeo and Juliet, Wreckage (Phoenix Theatres). Flim credits include: Another Spring, Maypole Rose, The Paris Syndrome, Fuck Buddies, Close Encounters, King of Coke: Living The High Life.
Brittany Kay as Anna Stallsworth
Brittany is a Dora nominated actor, producer
Andrew Lamb ~ Director
Andrew Lamb is the Artistic Director of Roseneath Theatre and Theatre Awakening in Toronto. Andrew spent five seasons as the Director of Education at Tarragon Theatre and was part of the 2009 Director’s Lab at the Lincoln Center Theater in New York. Selected directing includes Ladies and Gentlemen Boys and Girls, Birds of a Feather (Roseneath), The Money Tree, Outside, La Maleta-The Suitcase (Roseneath/Ontario and US Tours), Chasing Margaret Flatwood (Toronto Fringe), In This World (Roseneath/Tarragon) – Dora nomination for Outstanding Direction, Dib and Dob and the Journey Home (Roseneath/National Arts Centre), The (Post) Mistress (Thousand Islands/Neptune/Ship’s Co.), With Love and a Major Organ (Next Stage/Toronto Fringe), My Mother’s Lesbian Jewish Wiccan Wedding (Mirvish/Fringe). Andrew serves on the board of directors for the Professional Association of Canadian Theatres.