Main Stage

Bed and Breakfast

Written by Mark Crawford

Starring Mark Crawford & Paul Dunn
Directed by Ashlie Corcoran

Set & Costume Design by Dana Osborne
Lighting Design by Rebecca Picherack
Sound Design by John Gzowski
Jan 16, 2019 – Feb 3, 2019
2 hours 10 minutes including 15 minute intermission

Production Proudly Sponsored By

When Brett’s beloved aunt dies, he unexpectedly inherits the historic family home in a quiet little tourist town. Unsatisfied with big-city living in Toronto, Brett and his partner Drew decide to make the move and open a B & B. They quickly discover that the “simple“ life isn’t so simple. This comedy about “being out” in a small-town is a tour-de-force for two actors playing dozens of hilarious characters.

Mark Crawford Brett
Paul Dunn Drew


Creative Team  
Ashlie Corcoran Director
Krista Colosimo Associate Director
Dana Osborne Set & Costume Designer
Joshua Quinlan Associate Set & Costume Designer
Rebecca Picherack Lighting Designer
John Gzowski Sound Designer
Brendan Gilhuly Tour Technical Director
Ronaye Haynes Stage Manager
Tori Yuzik Apprentice Stage Manager
Colin Rivers Producer



Mark Crawford | Brett

Globe Theatre: Debut

Other Theatre: Recent acting credits include: Bed and Breakfast (Great Canadian Theatre Company, Centaur Theatre, The Belfry Theatre); Prairie Nurse (Factory Theatre, Thousand Islands Playhouse); A Christmas Carol (Theatre New Brunswick); The Winter’s Tale, Measure for Measure (Groundling Theatre Company). As a writer, Mark’s plays are Stag and Doe, Bed and Breakfast, The Birds and the Bees, Boys, Girls, and Other Mythological Creatures, and The New Canadian Curling Club. His plays are published by Scirocco Drama and have been produced by theatres across the country.

Upcoming: Bed and Breakfast (Arts Club and Blyth Festival); Stag and Doe is currently having its international premiere in Poland; The New Canadian Curling Club will have multiple productions over the next year.

Other: Mark grew up on his family’s farm near Glencoe, Ontario and now lives in Stratford. He is very happy to be here in Regina and thrilled to be performing at Globe!

Paul Dunn | Drew

Globe Theatre: Debut

Other Theatre: Recent credits include: BANG BANG (Magnus Theatre); Tartuffe (National Arts Centre Newfoundland tour); TomorrowLove (Outside the March); Bed and Breakfast (Great Canadian Theatre Company, The Belfry Theatre, Centaur Theatre, Thousand Islands Playhouse premiere); A Grand Time in the Rapids (Thousand Islands Playhouse); Vigil (Theatre New Brunswick); Pig (Buddies in Bad Times); HAIR (Grand Theatre).

Upcoming: Bed and Breakfast (Arts Club and Blyth Festival).

Other: Paul is an actor and playwright based in Stratford, Ontario. He is the author of Outside—a play for young audiences about homophobia—which continues to tour schools in Ontario and the U.S., produced by Roseneath Theatre. He co-created and performed in The Gay Heritage Project which premiered at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre and toured nationally.


Creative Team  

Ashlie Corcoran | Director

Globe Theatre: Debut

Other: Ashlie is the Artistic Director of the Arts Club Theatre Company. From 2012–2017, Ashlie was the Artistic Director of the Thousand Islands Playhouse, where she directed 15 productions. She is the co-founder and Artistic Producer for Theatre Smash in Toronto, for which she has directed seven productions. Additionally, Ashlie has directed across Canada at theatres such as the Arts Club, Shaw Festival, Citadel Theatre, Canadian Stage, Tarragon Theatre, Buddies in Bad Times, Canadian Opera Company, Opera Philadelphia, Belfry Theatre, Centaur Theatre, and Western Canada Theatre.

Krista Colosimo | Associate Director

Globe Theatre: Debut

Other Theatre: Venus In Fur (Rooks Theatre); Remount Director Bed and Breakfast (Centaur Theatre); Women of Manhattan (Make Art Theatre). Acting Credits include: Ruth in Blithe Spirit (Thousand Islands Playhouse/Western Canada Theatre); Susie in Don’t Dress for Dinner (Thousand Islands Playhouse/Western Canada Theatre, Gateway Theatre); Masha in The Seagull adapted by Peter Hinton (Segal Centre); Gabriella in Boeing Boeing (Thousand Islands Playhouse/Western Canada Theatre). Krista spent seven seasons performing at The Shaw Festival, selected credits include: Hypatia in Misalliance, Mollie Malloy in His Girl Friday, Gabrielle in When the Rain Stops Falling, Ms. Prossy in Candida, Jennifer Dubedat in The Doctor’s Dilemma, Jean in The Entertainer.

Upcoming: Treasure Island (Rooks Theatre/Theatre Aquarius).

Other: Krista is a graduate of The National Theatre School of Canada.

Dana Osborne | Set & Costume Designer

Globe Theatre: Set and Costume Designer: Robin Hood, Marion Bridge, Sexy Laundry; Costume Designer: Cinderella, Blithe Spirit.

Other Theatre: Recent credits include: Set and Costume Design: Miss Bennet in Christmas at Pemberley (Citadel); The Hound of The Baskervilles, Androcles and the Lion (Shaw Festival); Timon of Athens (Stratford Festival); To Kill A Mockingbird (Young People’s Theatre). Set Design: Jacob Two-Two and the Hooded Fang (Young People’s Theatre). Costume Design: The Penelopiad (Grand Theatre); The Music Man, The Rocky Horror Show, Guys and Dolls, The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe (Stratford Festival); A Christmas Carol (Ross Petty Productions); Picture This (Soulpepper).

Other: Dana has received two Dora awards for Costume Design and is the 2012 recipient of the Virginia and Myrtle Cooper Award for Costume Design. She is a member of Associated Designers of Canada. @danaosbornedesign,

Rebecca Picherack | Lighting Designer

Globe Theatre: Debut

Other Theatre: Companies include Canadian Stage, Necessary Angel, Volcano, Mirvish, Young People’s Theatre, Thousand Islands Playhouse, Blyth Festival, Shaw Festival, Buddies in Bad Times, Centaur Theatre, Belfry Theatre, The Citadel, Tarragon Theatre, Soulpepper, Great Canadian Theatre Company, National Arts Centre, Manitoba Theatre Centre, Persephone.

Other: Rebecca is so happy to finally be at Globe Theatre in Regina. She has received three awards for Outstanding Lighting Design.

John Gzowski | Sound Designer & Composer

Globe Theatre: Debut

Other Theatre: Recent credits include: It’s a Wonderful Life (Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre); The Hound of The Baskervilles, Dracula (Shaw); La Bete, Innocence Lost (Soulpepper); The Children (Canadian Stage/Centaur Theatre), Orphée+ (Opera Columbus/Against the Grain Theatre/Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity).

Other: John is a Toronto-based sound designer/composer/musician who has travelled across the country playing jazz/folk festivals, doing music for dance and theatre and happy to be following Bed and Breakfast around the country. Oh, and his mother was born in Regina.

Joshua Quinlan | Associate Set & Costume Designer

Globe Theatre: Debut

Other Theatre: Set Design: Book Club, Five Alarm, Buying the Moose, This One, The Drawer Boy, The Melville Boys (Port Stanley Festival Theatre); An Enemy of the People, Don Giovanni, In Here Out There, As You Like It (Ohio State University); Bedtime Stories, Lion in the Streets, Blue Stockings, Nine Girls (UWindsor). Costume Design: Stupid F*cking Bird, Spring Awakening, The Norwegians (Ohio State University). Joshua is entering his third season as a Design Assistant at the Stratford Festival where he was the recipient of the 2017 Ian and Molly Lindsay Design Fellowship.

Other: Joshua is a graduate of The Ohio State University’s Master of Fine Arts Theatre – Design program and the University of Windsor’s Bachelor of Arts Honours Drama program.

Ronaye Haynes | Stage Manager

Globe Theatre: Debut

Other Theatre: Recent credits include: Bed and Breakfast (Great Canadian Theatre Company); The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, Once, Forget About Tomorrow, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Angels in America 2 (Arts Club Theatre Company).

Upcoming: Bed and Breakfast (Arts Club Theatre Company).

Other: Ronaye has had the pleasure of also working for the National Arts Centre, The Vancouver Playhouse, The Gateway Theatre and Green Thumb Theatre for Young People. She sends a huge hug to her awesome husband, David, whom she loves with all her heart.

Tori Yuzik | Apprentice Stage Manager

Globe Theatre: The Hobbit, Hip Hop Hoop Dance (Shumiatcher Sandbox Series).

Other Theatre: Stage Manager and Lighting Designer: Making Treaty 4 (First Nations University of Canada); Pirate Heart, Homecoming, Dogbarked, Fitz Happens, Volstead Blues, Chickens (Souris Valley Theatre); Attempts on Her Life (University of Regina); Stage Manager: Carmen Angel (Curtain Razors); Bad Blood (Curtain Razors with University of Regina); Lighting Designer: 9 to 5, The Addams Family Musical (Regina Lyric Musical Theatre); Spring’s Awakening (University of Regina).

Upcoming: Making Treaty 4 (Globe Theatre).

Other: Tori holds a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Design and Stage Management from the University of Regina, as well as a Bachelor of Education from the University of Regina.


Brendan Gilhuly | Tour Technical Director

Globe Theatre: Debut

Other: Brendan is thrilled to be bringing Bed and Breakfast to Globe Theatre. He’s also a Tour Technical Director for 2 Pianos 4 Hands with Marquis Entertainment and builds for theatre, television, museums, galleries and more with McWood Studios in Toronto, On.


Colin Rivers/Marquis Entertainment | Producer

Globe Theatre: 2 Pianos 4 Hands (2014, 2006), Shakespeare’s Will.

Other Theatre: Theatrical Producing and General Management Credits include: Fun Home (CAA Theatre - Musical Stage Company/Mirvish); the World Premiere of Arrabal (Panasonic Theatre – Mirvish Productions); The Railway Children at Toronto’s Roundhouse Park (Mirvish, 2011 Dora Audience Choice Award); 2 Pianos 4 Hands in Toronto (Mirvish), Tokyo (Shochiku), Hong Kong, Australia, and for more than 25 regional theatres throughout Canada and the U.S.; Shakespeare’s Will (The Stratford Festival, US Tour); Mom’s the Word (Grand Theatre, Prairie Theatre Exchange).

Other: Marquis Literary is an agency division of Marquis Entertainment that represents many of Canada’s top playwrights including Mark Crawford, Michele Riml, Jordan Tannahill, Marcus Youssef and Marie Beath Badian. For more information, please visit


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