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North Frontenac Little Theatre

Guys and Dolls


Who's Who
 
Brian Robertson - Nathan - Brian is a long time member of NFLT. He most recently appeared in 'The Foursome' when he played the role of Donnie.
Sandra Robertson - Arvide - Sandra has been involved in many NFLT productions.
Lydia Sargeant - Chorus - Sydia is 17 years old and is a student at Sharbot Lake High School. This is her second time being with NFLT. She was also in the King and I. She is a very outgoing person and would always like to keep acting and singing.
Bernie Slavin - Light Design - Bernie lives in Sharbot Lake and has been involved in many NFLT productions mainly behind the scenes in set construction and decorating and as a stage hand. Still behind the scenes he is learning the intricasies of stage lighting.
Deborah Spaar-Mueller (Adelaide) is currently employed as Receptionist/ Secretary for the Canadian Hearing Society. She was inspired to join NFLT after she saw “Oliver!”. This is Deborah’s first time as actor and singer on stage.
John Stephen - Brannigan - John lives in Desert Lake and enjoys sports and the outdoors. He has performed in the King and I and Oliver with NFLT.
Shiloh Stephen - Chorus - Shiloh is a student at Harrowsmith P.S. in French Immersion. Her interests include the Beatles, playing the fiddle and acting (Oliver!, Annie and The King and I).
Susan Stopford - Costumes - Susan is happy to be once again involved in an NFLT production. When she closes her eyes she now sees vats of black dye!
Margaret Sullivan - Chorus - Margaret has previously been in 'Hair Today - Gone Tomorrow'. She enjoys acting, music and most other things. She's thrilled to be part of Guys and Dolls.
Tanyelle Vander Schoor - Choreographer - Tanyelle VanderSchoor is a teacher at Tamworth School and lives with her husband in Verona. This is Tanyelle's second NFLT production choreographing dance numbers. Both have been memorable experiences.
Kristen Widenmaier - Sarah - Guys and Dolls is Kristen's third NFLT production. After various educational pursuits in Kingston and Toronto she has now returned to Perth to teach music for the UCDSB.
Karen Wolsey - Mimi - This is Karen's second production with NFLT. Last year she was part of the Oliver production. She says her involvement has been a lot of fun - especially trying to learn the dances and the songs!