Rubid Theatre

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Roger Blenman (Director/Playwright) is a spoken word artist, actor, author and educator. His work attacks concepts of culture, sexuality, race, spirituality, social issues and place. In his free time he teaches mathematics and science. He is Barbadian born but Vancouver living.

Beverly Cheung (Production Manager) is a 3rd year Theatre Performance Major at SFU School for Contemporary Arts. She had a role in the SFU spring Mainstage production of Picnic, directed by Bill Dow. This is her first attempt at the production side of theatre. She is a dance teacher at the Langley branch of Stage Coach Theatre Arts and a professional roving performer.

Aly-Khan Jamal (Michael) is currently a student at the University of Alberta, studying Computing Science and Drama. An upcoming actor, he has appeared in a number of stage productions, recent credits include; ‘Fame’, ‘Heads and Tails of the Arabian Nights’, and ‘Mad Forest’. He has also written and acted in a short film ‘The Following’, which screened at The Pacific Cinematheque Theatre in Vancouver.

Sinéad O’Flynn (Katherine) is a bright new talent from New Zealand. She moved to Canada in 2012 to pursue a career in acting and to study at Vancouver Film School in the Intensive Acting Program. Sinéad is a driven and passionate performer. She has acted in various short films and other indy projects, most recently taking the starring role of Persephone in Compendiun X: Hades.

Nick Rose (Randy) is a graduate of the Vancouver Film School and classically trained singer, Nick most recently starred in the Canadian premier of BUNKED!: A Camp Musical with Awkward Stage. He is planning to attend the musical theatre program at Grant MacEwan University and thrilled to include this play into his last Vancouver summer.

Nelson Wong (Garret) was a regular on The Donald Strachey Mysteries as Kenny Kwon and has appeared in over 50 stage and screen productions. Recent credit include American Mary (feature film), Falling In Time (stage: Screaming Weenie), and Once Upon A Time (TV). See him at Vancouver Fringe 2013 in Assaulted  Fish: Sacred & Profane.