Main Stage

Henry and Alice: Into The Wild

By Michele Riml
Directed by Valerie Ann Pearson

Jan 23, 2013 – Feb 10, 2013
1 hour and 45 minutes, plus one 15 minute intermission

Sponsored by:

He wants to get away from it all. Luckily, she packed most of it.

Globe audiences' favourite married couple is back in this laugh-a-minute, standalone sequel to the smash hit Sexy Laundry. When Henry unexpectedly loses his job, he and Alice are forced to reconsider their dreams for a comfortable retirement. To cut costs, they forego their usual summer cottage for a humble campsite and a copy of Camping for Dummies. As Henry and Alice struggle hilariously with tents, air mattresses, and meals in a bag, they also wrestle with a far greater unknown: a future for which they have no map.

A treat for outdoor lovers and haters both, Henry and Alice: Into the Wild will appeal to anyone who has ever looked up at the stars and asked themselves, “Did I charge my phone?”

*WARNING: this production contains some mature content and the effects of water-based haze. Please contact the Box Office if you have any questions.

 

Natascha Girgis Diana
Daryl Shuttleworth Henry
Jan Alexandra Smith Alice
   
Valerie Pearson Director
Leora Joy Godden Assistant Director
Devon Bhim Set & Costume Designer
Tristan Tidswell Lighting Designer
Devon Bonneau Sound Designer
Marylu Moyer Stage Manager
Lisa Russell Rehearsal Stage Manager
Anita Posterino Apprentice Stage Manager
   

Natascha Girgis | Diana
Globe Theatre: Speak
Other Theatre: Drowning Girls (PlayRites, Catalyst,Tarragon, Gateway, Belfry, Persephone, Citadel); Communion, Palace of the End, Life Skills (Network); Heroine, Love (Northern Light); Humble Boy (Citadel, Theatre Calgary); Trespassers (Belfry, Vancouver Playhouse); Seussical, Blue Light, Oliver Twist, Stone Angel (Alberta Theatre Projects); Lion in the Streets (Sage); Counsellor-At-Law, Dangerous Corner (Theatre Calgary); Blithe Spirit, Mystery of Edwin Drood (Vertigo); Blues in the Night, Complete Works Abridged (Lunchbox); Amadeus, Macbeth, Constant Wife (Atlantic Theatre Festival); Lend Me a Tenor (Arts Club); Man of La Mancha (Royal Alex); The 39 Steps (Stage West- Calgary). 

Daryl Shuttleworth | Henry
Globe Theatre: School for Wives (1984).
Other Theatre: Summer (Theatre North West); Art (Arts Club Theatre); Major Barbara (Neptune Theatre); Crackpot (Alberta Theatre Projects); The Wild Guys (Lunchbox). Film &TV: Supernatural, Stargate SG-1, The L-Word, North of 60. Other: Daryl is thrilled to be back in Regina. Daryl shares his life with spouse, Sue, and daughters Erin (20) and Sarah Jane (10), son Malcolm (18) and cat Isabella (4).

Jan Alexandra Smith | Alice
Globe Theatre: Debut in Henry and Alice: Into the Wild.
Other Theatre: Actress: Bloodless (Theatre 20); Lost, Betrayal, An Ideal Husband (Theatre Calgary); Forests (Tarragon); Lend Me a Tenor, The Drowsy Chaperone (Thousand Islands Playhouse); Blood Relations, An Inspector Calls, Spider’s Web (Vertigo); Pride and Prejudice, Rope’s End (Manitoba Theatre Center); Shakespeare’s Will, Blithe Spirit, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Sound of Music, Homeward Bound, Present Laughter, Popcorn, The King and I, My Fair Lady (Citadel Theatre); As You Like It, Merry Wives of Windsor, Richard III (Free Will Players); Still Life, Time and the Conways, Mrs. Warren’s Profession, The Seagull, The Hollow, An Ideal Husband, Lady Be Good!, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (Shaw Festival); One for the Pot, Les Miserables (Royal Alex). Director: The Mousetrap (Capitol Port Hope); Nunsense II (Thousand Islands Playhouse); Fascinating Ladies (Lunchbox Theatre); Dangerous Corner, Murder on the Nile (Vertigo); Buddy — The Buddy Holly Story (Stage West Calgary); Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (Mayfield). Upcoming: God of Carnage (Theatre Calgary).

   

Valerie Ann Pearson | Director
Globe Theatre: Director: Buddy – The Buddy Holly Story, The Glass Menagerie, Dogbarked. Actor: The Tempest, Twelfth Night, A Perfect Ganesh, Elizabeth Rex, and Doubt, a parable.
Other Theatre: Director: And Then There Were None (Vertigo Theatre); Jeremy De Bergerac (Forte Theatre); Peter Pan (Central Memorial). Actor: Second Chance First Love (Lunchbox Theatre); To Kill a Mockingbird, Sisters Rosensweig, An Ideal Husband (Theatre Calgary); The Stone Angel, Angels in America, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf (Alberta Theatre Projects); If We Are Women, Oliver, Our Town (Citadel Theatre); Cyrano de Bergerac, Memories of You (National Arts Centre). Film & Television: Shoebox Zoo (The Series), Solitaire, Cowboys Don’t Cry, Horses of McBride and the soon to be released Sex and Sunsets. Upcoming: Panic (Vertigo Theatre). Other: Winner of a Betty, a Sterling, two Rosies and a Genie nomination.

Leora Joy Godden | Assistant Director
Globe Theatre: Buddy – The Buddy Holly Story, Shout Sister, Honk!, Anne of Green Gables, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast
Other Theatre: Joni Mitchell in Songs of a Prairie Girl (National Arts Centre); Evita, Little Women, The Full Monty, Little Shop of Horrors, Strike! The Musical (Persephone Theatre); Canada’s Songbird…Anne Murray (Eastern Front Theatre). Upcoming: Anne of Green Gables (Theatre Calgary). Other: Leora is a graduate of the American Musical and Dramatic Academy (NYC). This is her first venture into the world of directing, and she is delighted to return to Globe Theatre to do so. She would like to extend a huge thank you to Val & the Globe for the opportunity, and to the Saskatchewan Arts Board for their support.

Devon Bhim | Set and Costume Designer
Globe Theatre: Debut in Henry and Alice: Into The Wild.
Other Theatre: Design Assistant: 42nd Street, The Matchmaker, Henry V, The Misanthrope, Winter’s Tale (Stratford Festival). Design Credits: Hansel & Gretyl (Solar Stage); Woyzeck (Red Light District); Therac 25 (Direct Flight Theatre); Songs for a New World, Tick Tick Boom, Moonlight and Magnolias (Rose Theatre Productions); Twistin’ to the ’60s, Spooktacular (Canada’s Wonderland); The Love List (Markham Theatre). Associate producer: Opera on the Rocks, A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Other: Stylist on various commercial shoots, most recently for North America’s theme park chain Cedar Fair Entertainment Inc. Production Assistant for CBC Live based in Toronto. Awards: Fabricland Creative Design Award and Technical Production Craft Achievement, Stratford Festival Guthrie/Brian Jackson Award. Training: Sheridan College Theatre Arts, Technical Production.  I’m excited to be part of the Globe Theatre 2013 season as Designer for Henry And Alice: Into The Wild. Many thanks to Val and the cast and crew!

Tristan Tidswell | Lighting Designer
Globe Theatre: Debut in Henry and Alice: Into the Wild.
Other Theatre: Lighting Designer: Mame, The Gondoliers, Thoroughly Modern Millie (Clarkson Music Theatre); Rigoletto (Opera York). Associate Lighting Designer: Jesus Christ Superstar (Stratford Shakespeare Festival, La Jolla Playhouse). Assistant Lighting Designer: The Wizard of Oz (Mirvish Productions); Priscilla Queen of the Desert (Mirvish Productions, Broadway); 42nd Street, Henry V, The Homecoming, As You Like It, Do Not Go Gentle, The Two Gentlemen of Verona, King of Thieves (Stratford Shakespeare Festival); La Boheme (Canadian Opera Company). Upcoming: Little Shop of Horrors (Theatre New Brunswick). Education: Bachelor of Fine Arts (Hon) Ryerson Theatre School. Awards: 2009 Wally Russell Lighting Internship and Scholarship (Canadian Opera Company).

Devon Bonneau | Sound Designer
Globe Theatre: Debut in Henry And Alice: Into The Wild.
Other Theatre: Sound Designer: Swept off our Feet, Boris Karloff, The Regina Cyclone (Regina Summer Stage); Over the River and Through the Woods (Regina Little Theatre). Lighting Designer: Leading Ladies, Over the River and Through the Woods (Regina Little Theatre). Director: Music Therapy with Terrance: An Ethical Dilemma (Regina Little Theatre). Actor: Swept off our Feet, Boris Karloff, The Regina Cyclone (Regina Summer Stage); Deathtrap, Pizza: A Love Story, The Three Musketeers, Love Sex and the IRS, Heart in the Ground (Regina Little Theatre); Edge of the Desert (Arid Sea). Education: Audio Engineering and Production (Hon) Pacific Audio Visual Institute Other: Devon is also the Technical Coordinator for the Globe Theatre’s main stage and Sandbox series productions.

Marylu Moyer | Stage Manager
Globe Theatre: Shakespeare’s Will.
Other Theatre: The Taming of the Shrew, The Mikado, Les Belles Soeurs, Alice Through the Looking Glass, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Harlem Duet, the double bill of Hughie and Krapp’s Last Tape, The Best Brothers (Stratford Festival.); Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, The Phantom of the Opera (Live Ent.); Into the Woods (Singapore Repertory Theatre); Anne of Green Gables (Rainbow Stage); Nicholas Nickleby, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Manitoba Theatre Centre); A Christmas Carol (Theatre Calgary); The Syringa Tree (Grand Theatre); Shakespeare’s Will (Marquis Entertainment tour). Upcoming: Production Stage Manager at Stratford’s Studio Theatre.

Lisa Russell | Stage Manager
Globe Theatre: Henry And Alice: Into The Wild, Shout Sister, Robin Hood,  A Doll’s House, Marion Bridge, Girl in the Goldfish Bowl, Death and the Maiden, Stones in His Pockets, Dogbarked, Just So, George Dandin, Over the River and Through the Woods, Trying, Blithe Spirit, A Man For All Season, The Secret Garden, Honk!, A Guide to Mourning and Grace.
Other Theatre: Shirley Valentine, Anything Goes, The Pirates of Penzance (The Grand Theatre); People Like Vince, Souvenirs, The December Man, Steel Kiss (Green Thumb Theatre); Doubt, A Parable (Theatre Calgary/Manitoba Theatre Centre); Tono, Raven Stole the Sun (Red Sky Performance); seven seasons at the Stratford Festival and Production Stage Manager for the Banff Centre Summer Arts Festival 2009, 2011, 2012. Upcoming: O.C.Dean (Shumiatcher Sandbox Series). Other: Recipient of two Tyrone Guthrie Awards.

Anita Posterino | Apprentice Stage Manager
Globe Theatre: Henry And Alice: Into The Wild, The Wizard of Oz.
Other Theatre: Midsumma Festival; Moomba Waterfest; Victorian State School Spectacular; Melbourne International Comedy Festival; Knox Festival. Upcoming: I Claudia (Globe Theatre). Other: Anita is from Melbourne, Australia, where she completed a Live Production, Theatre and Events course. She also worked as an Event/Stage Manager in Melbourne.

 

 

Photo by Sharpshooter Photography
In photo: Jan Alexandra Smith as Alice and Daryl Shuttleworth as Henry

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