Monday, February 11, 2013

Us & Everything We Own: Cast


Adam Lolacher (Charlie) - Originally from Ottawa, Adam has been working steadily in theatre, film and tv across Canada. He is currently performing as Clint in Toronto’s Sterling Studio's production of The Glory Of Living by Rebecca Gillman and directed by Sophie Anne Rooney. Other recent theatre includes: Bob Cratchit in A Christmas Carol (The Belfry), Ralphie in In The Boom Boom Room (Paige 18), Frankie in Birdbath (3 Dimes Down). Recent film & tv includes: “The Killing”, ”Fringe”, “Being Erica”, “Murdoch Mysteries”, “Stargate: Atlantis”, “Plating”. Adam is represented by Nigel Mikoski at Integral Artists.



Julie McIsaac (Rachel) – A graduate of the Canadian College of Performing Arts, Julie’s recent work includes upcoming Mother Teresa is Dead and The Spitfire Grill (Ovation award), both at Pacific Theatre. Other credits: As You Like It (Citadel), The Tempest and Titus Andronicus (Bard on the Beach), The Real Thing (Belfry/Arts Club), and The Shape of Things (Twenty Something). With the Honest Fishmongers Equity Co-op: Edgar in King Lear, Ophelia in Hamlet (Jessie award nom.). As a director: Ordinary Days and The Exquisite Hour (both for Relephant Theatre), Countryside Christmas (CTF).



Genevieve Fleming (Erin) - Genevieve is glad to be back onstage with Twenty Something, having last appeared with the company in SubUrbia in 2008. Currently at the Citadel Theatre where she’s playing Sybil in Private Lives, Genevieve is the Associate Director of Hardline Productions, for which she directed 500 Days to Mars (Studio 58), Coercion (Neanderthal Arts Festival), Never Swim Alone, and Twelve Angry Men. Upcoming projects include the imminent release of Hardline's first short film, Letters from a Stone Cold Killer. Genevieve is a graduate of Studio 58.





Jason Clift (Simon)- Jason is a Vancouver based actor and graduate of the Studio 58 Professional Theatre Training program. His selected credits include Peter in The Zombie Syndrome (The Virtual Stage), Man 2 in the Canadian premiere of Love Stories (Kinetichism) and Tom in Jitters (Belfry Theatre). He can be seen occasionally on television and enjoys playwriting in his spare time.

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