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Cast & Crew for Wolf at the Door

Posted by on Jun 2, 2013 in Wolf

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byronByron Noble

Byron is very excited to reprise his participation in Tina Teeninga’s wonderful new play. He played Bill in last years staged reading, Mathias this time.

Previous roles include: Pacific Theatre’s How to Write a New Book For the Bible, Ruby Slippers’ Hotel Bethlehem, Staircase XI’s Evelyn Strange, and The Virtual Stage’s The Zombie Syndrome. When not appearing on stage, Byron can be found on television, or in his garden getting dirty with his lovely girlfriend Carrie, whose continued support (and dandelion pulling skills!) proves continually priceless.

Luddites unite!


Carmen Lee

This is my first year working at Pacific Theatre. I’m currently studying at Studio 58 for theatre production and volunteering with United Players. Ever since the start of being the stage manager for my high school production Secret in the Wings I fell in love with the Theatre. My most recent shows were Balm in Gilead (Studio 58), Spring Awakening (Studio 58), Parczew 45 (Fringe Festival), London Assurance (JAC) Owl and the Pussycat (Pal Studio).


Kaitlin WilliamsKaitlin Williams

Kaitlin has enjoyed working on this show and reliving the glory of Grade 9 social studies, as she always loved learning about the industrial revolution. Primarily an actor, Kaitlin has recently been stretching herself into the world of costume design. Previous design credits include Us & Everything We Own (Twenty Something), Bash (Hardline), Picasso at the Lapin Agile and It’s all in the Timing (UBC Medplay Society). Up next, Kaitlin will be acting in PT’s production of The Foreigner. www.kaitlinwilliams.com.


Kathy ParsonsKathy Parsons

Kathy has been Tina’s dramaturg for over six years and has worked on The Saddest Girl in the World, Wolf at the Door and the upcoming The Red Bicycle for Tina. She was Literary Manager at Pacific Theatre from 2008-2010. Kathy wants to thank Tina for her creativity and graciousness. She also thanks her family for their continued love and encouragement.


kerriKerri Norris (Director)

Kerri is an Actor, Director, Costumer, Producer and sometime Dramaturg. She has an MFA in Acting from CalArts in Los Angeles. Past Directing credits include The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe, (Pacific Theatre), last year’s staged reading of Wolf At The Door (Pacific Theatre), As You Like It (Shadows & Dreams), and another Tina Teeninga play Broken (Stones Throw). She was last seen here at PT in 100 Saints You Should Know and in Jesus Hopped the ‘A’ Train for Glass City Theatre. Thank you Stephen, Aeron and Cayleigh & all the babysitters for letting me come and play.


Kyla FerrierKyla Ferrier

I like the family stuff in this play. I’m glad to be playing in it. Thanks, cast and crew, and thank YOU for coming to Theatre. Some acting credits: The Canadian Badlands Passion Play (Drum, AB), The Great Divorce, Godspell, You Still Can’t (PT), Rookie League (VTSL), As You Like It, Anatomy of Gray, Mythification, Pride and Prejudice, Holy Mo and Spew Boy (TWU). Recently, these projects:


Lori KokotailoLori Kokotailo

Last seen at PT in the staged reading of Wolf last summer, Lori is thrilled to be a part of its first fully staged production. She is excited to be in another show written by Tina, having also been in Teeninga’s Broken Things and River Bottom Baby. Past Pacific Theatre plays include Bright Particular Star, The Hungry Season and her apprentice project Less Ado About Nothing. Gratitude to the cast, crew, our fabulous director, and the Creator who put them all in my path. And thanks to you for joining us – enjoy the show!


Molly LaiMolly Lai

Molly Lai is about to enter her final year of the University of British Columbia’s BFA Theatre Production and Design program focusing on set design. This is Molly’s first design outside the protective cocoon of a school environment and she is grateful to everyone on this project for their shared insight and patience. Her previous set designs were for Theatre at UBC’s productions of Hamletmachine and Sorrows of Young Werther during the last school year.


Rebecca deBoerRebecca deBoer

After trading in her role on Pacific Theatre’s admin staff 4 years ago, Rebecca is grateful to be back and on stage. Former acting credits at PT include 100 Saints You Should Know, The Woodsman, A Bright Particular Star and Halo. Many thanks to her husband and her mom for freeing her up to trade real parenting duties for make-believe ones.


Tim BrattonTim Bratton

Tim is always glad to be on stage in support of a fellow playwright, having dedicated a significant portion of his recently completed graduate degree to writing a stage play entitled Jesus People. You may recognize Tim from his appearances at Pacific Theatre where he played the role of Jesus in Godspell, and Norman in You Still Can’t. Tim is also an alumnus of the Theatre Studies Program at Red Deer College.


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Posted by on May 22, 2013 in Wolf

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