Main Stage

Mamma Mia

MUSIC AND LYRICS BY
BENNY ANDERSSON
BJÖRN ULVAEUS
AND SOME SONGS WITH STIG ANDERSON
{BOOK BY CATHERINE JOHNSON}
{ORIGINALLY CONCEIVED BY JUDY CRAYMER}
MAMMA MIA! WAS ORIGINALLY PRODUCED
IN LONDON BY JUDY CRAYMER, RICHARD EAST AND BJÖRN ULVAEUS
FOR LITTESTAR IN ASSOCIATION WITH UNIVERSAL.
ADDITIONAL MATERIAL & ARRANGEMENTS 
MARTIN KOCH
MUSIC PUBLISHED BY UNIVERSAL MUSIC PUBLISHING GROUP AND
EMI GROVE PARK MUSIC INC. AND EMI WATERFORD MUSIC INC.

Sep 19, 2018 – Oct 28, 2018
Approximately 2 hours 15 minutes, plus a 15-minute intermission

Production proudly sponsored by:

Extended due to popular demand!

An irresistibly funny, smash-hit musical based on the legendary songs of ABBA. Set in a Greek island paradise, a young bride-to-be secretly brings together three men from her mother’s past to try to discover the identity of her biological father. Will she find out before saying “I Do, I Do, I Do"? Loaded with hits like “Dancing Queen,” “Take A Chance,” and “S.O.S.,” this is one trip down the aisle you will never forget.

MAMMA MIA! is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI).
All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI. www.MTIShows.com

For more information on show content, please contact our Box Office. We welcome conversation.

Cast  
Brandon Antonio Sky
Rebecca Auerbach Rosie
Jacqueline Block Lisa
Graham Coffeng Father Alexandrios (Understudy: Sam)
Jane Cooke Donna Sheridan
Kelsey Falconer Sophie Sheridan
Cameron Francis Ensemble
Seth Johnson Eddie
Seanna Knudsen Ensemble (Understudy: Sophie)
Felix LeBlanc Ensemble
Katie Murphy Ensemble (Understudy: Donna)
Kyla Musselman Ensemble, Dance Captain, Assistant Choreographer
Stephen Patterson Sam Carmichael
Tyler Pearse Pepper
Matt Raffy Ensemble
Ryan Rogerson Bill Austin
Stephanie Roth Tanya
Natasha Strilchuk Ali
Rob Torr Harry Bright
Megan Zong Ensemble

 

Creative Team  
Stephanie Graham Director and Choreographer
Craig Salkeld Musical Director, Keyboard 1
Brandon Kleiman Set Designer 
Robin Fisher Costume Designer
Wendy Lundgren Lighting Designer 
Jeremy Sauer Sound Designer
Lauren Boyd Assistant Director
Liz Campbell Stage Manager
Kenilee Kehler Assistant Stage Manager
Christine Leroux Assistant Stage Manager

 

Band  
Danny Balkwill Bass
Ken Burton Guitar
Ben Redant Keyboard 2
Craig Salkeld Musical Director, Keyboard 1
Michael Thompson Drums

 

Authors
Björn Ulvaeus
Benny Andersson
Catherine Johnson



Cast  

Brandon Antonio | Sky

Globe Theatre: Debut

Other Theatre: Y(our) Story (Carlos Bulosan Theatre); How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, Floyd Collins, Dogfight, Sunday in the Park with George (Theatre Sheridan).

Film & Television: Web of Lies (Discovery ID).

Other: Brandon would like to thank his loved ones for their endless support, and hopes audiences embrace the love and the joy that IS Mamma Mia! @brandon_antonio
 

Rebecca Auerbach | Rosie

Globe Theatre: Debut

Other Theatre: Rebecca has worked extensively across the country with Bard on the Beach, The Arts Club, The Grand, Theatre Calgary, Alberta Theatre Projects, Factory Theatre, Summerworks, Studio 180, Nightwood, eight seasons with The Blyth Festival among many others. Most recently she co-created and performed in The Pigeon King (Blyth Festival, National Arts Centre). Other recent highlights include The Wild Party (Musical Stage/Obsidian/Dora nomination), Onegin (Musical Stage, National Arts Centre, Dora Nomination), Bittergirl – The Musical (Charlottetown Festival, The Citadel, Manitoba Theatre Centre).

Upcoming: The Pigeon King (National Arts Centre).

Other: Rebecca was the recipient of The Jessie Award for Most Promising Newcomer. She is a graduate of Studio 58.
 

Jacqueline Block | Lisa

Globe Theatre: Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Much Ado About Nothing, Displaced

Other Theatre: Hamlet, Merry Wives of Windsor, J. Caesar, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan); Mary Poppins (Persephone Theatre/Western Canada Theatre); Pride and Prejudice, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Mary’s Wedding (Persephone Theatre); Displaced (Ground Cover Theatre/Singapore Fringe), The Frenzy of Queen Maeve (Bzzt! Trap Door Theatre/Live Five); Choreographer for Cabaret (Greystone Theatre).

Other: Jacqueline is a graduate of the Globe Theatre Conservatory and of the University of Saskatchewan (Bachelor of Fine Arts: Acting). She is a proud recipient of the SATA for Outstanding Emerging Artist. She would like to send her love to her family and her late father, Rick, who was a major ABBA fan.
 

Graham Coffeng | Father Alexandrios, Ensemble (Understudy: Sam Carmichael)

Globe Theatre: Debut

Other Theatre: Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play (Little Mountain Lion Prod.); Million Dollar Quartet, Rock Of Ages, A Christmas Story: The Musical (Arts Club); Les Misérables, It’s a Wonderful Life (Chemainus Theatre); Floyd Collins (Patrick Street Productions); Legally Blonde (Neptune Theatre); Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Grand Theatre); My Fair Lady, Jasper Station (Drayton Entertainment); Forever Plaid (Drayton Entertainment, Gateway Theatre); Hello Again (Tarragon Extra Space); Batboy (Hot Feat Productions); Mamma Mia! (Littlestar, Mirvish Productions); Anne of Green Gables: The Musical, Emily, Johnny Belinda (Charlottetown Festival); Amadeus, The Music Man (Stratford Festival).

Film & Television: Arrow (The CW); Paranormal Solutions Inc., Afterparty (Sociable Films); True Heroines (True Heroines Entertainment); Supernatural (USA/Showtime).

Upcoming: Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (Arts Club Theatre Company).

Other: Graham is a graduate of the Randolph College for the Performing Arts. Love and thanks to Stephanie Graham, Globe, my partner Josh, and my amazing family for their support.
 

Jane Cooke | Donna Sheridan

Globe Theatre: Debut

Other Theatre: Mamma Mia! (Las Vegas, Broadway National Tour); West Side Story, Dracula (Stratford Festival); Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (Broadway National Tour, Canadian Company); The Bikinis (Westport, CT).

Film & Television: Monk; The Guardian; Falcone; Pentagon Papers; Sins of the Father; The Other Me.

Other: Born and raised in Saskatoon, Jane is so excited to be performing close to her hometown. A proud graduate of Randolph College of the Performing Arts in Toronto now living in NYC with her husband Vince where she pursues her love of acting and voice-over work. Thank You to Stephanie Graham and Globe Theatre for the chance to be back on “The Island”, and Bruce Dean at Talent House for his support. This one’s for you Mum!
 

Kelsey Falconer | Sophie

Globe Theatre: Debut

Other Theatre: Brighton Beach Memoirs (Harold Green Jewish Theatre Company); A Christmas Carol (Grand Theatre); Anne of Green Gables, A Misfortune (Charlottetown Festival), A Caucasian Chalk Circle (Royal Lyceum Theatre-Workshop); Sunshine on Leith (National Theatre of Scotland – Workshop), Merrily We Roll Along, Cabaret, Three Sisters (Royal Conservatoire of Scotland)

Film & Television: Workin’ Moms (CBC); Blood Runs Cold (Discovery ID); Evil Nature (Travel and Escape Channel).

Other: Kelsey is a recent graduate of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. She is thrilled to be making her debut at Globe in such a fun and heart-warming production. Love to Lawrence, her family and friends, and the incredible gang at Talent House for the constant support.
 

Cameron Francis | Ensemble

Globe Theatre: Debut

Other Theatre: Perry Loved Mary (Old Flame Brewery); Pinocchio, Robinhood (Torrent Productions); Anne & Gilbert (Guild Theatre); West Side Story (Citadel Theatre); Hello, Dolly!, Brantwood, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Sheridan College); Les Feux Follets, Abegweit – Soul of the Island (Charlottetown Festival). Choreography: Perry Loved Mary (Old Flame Brewery); Anne & Gilbert (Guild Theatre); Evangeline (Charlottetown Festival).

Film & Television: Choreographer for Your Special Canada, starring Jonathan Torrens, Canada’s Smartest Person (CBC); Man Seeking Women (FFX).

Other: Cameron is a 2016 participant of Banff/Citadel Professional Theatre Program and has a Bachelor’s Degree of Musical Theatre from Sheridan College. Lots of love to Mom, Dad and my family on PEI, DaCosta Talent, and to all my loved ones across the country! @cammyfranny
 

Seth Johnson | Eddie

Globe Theatre: Debut

Other Theatre: Grease (Elgin & Winter Garden Theatre); The Birds and The Bees, Scotland Sings (Victoria Playhouse Petrolia); Dogfight, Footloose, Senza Luce (Theatre Sheridan).

Film and Television: Web of Lies, Episode 302 (Discovery ID); Pepsi (That’s What I Like).

Other: Seth hails from Grand Bay-Westfield, NB and is a graduate of the Sheridan College Bachelor of Musical Theatre Performance Program 2017. He is very excited to be returning to Regina to make his debut at Globe Theatre. Thank you to all my friends, family, DaCosta Talent and Kelsey for your constant love and support! LET’S ROCK!
 

Seanna Knudsen | Ensemble (Understudy: Sophie Sheridan)

Globe Theatre: Debut

Other Theatre: Grease the Musical (Royal Caribbean International); 9 to 5 (Edinburgh Fringe Festival); Naughty Cat and the Cheesy Moon (Edinburgh Fringe Festival); From Page to Stage Festival (Aria Entertainment).

Other: Seanna has recently just finished performing Grease for eleven months with Royal Caribbean International and is absolutely thrilled to make her Globe Theatre debut in her hometown where her passion for theatre first began. She hopes you enjoy the show as much as she enjoys being in it!
 

Felix LeBlanc | Ensemble

Globe Theatre: Debut

Other Theatre: Mary Poppins (Rubarb Theatre); Tent Meeting, Chickens (Station Arts Theatre Centre); Chickens, Volstead Blues (Souris Valley Theatre); Munsch Mania Tour ‘16, ‘17, ‘18 (Wide Open Children’s Theatre); Diamond Tooth Gerties (Dynamite Stage Productions); Masterclass (Arts Club Theatre).

Other: Felix is a Saskatchewan based actor, singer, dancer, and multi-instrumentalist. He is a graduate of the Canadian College of Performing Arts. He holds a certification in stage combat from Fight Directors Canada, has trained in clown at the Manitoulin Conservatory for Creation and Performance, and is an occasional stage manager. Thank you to the Globe family and to Stephanie for an amazing experience.
 

Katie Murphy | Ensemble (Understudy: Donna Sheridan)

Globe Theatre: Actor: Shrek The Musical, Disney’s The Little Mermaid, You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown; Choreographer: Bittergirl – The Musical, Million Dollar Quartet;

Other Theatre: Actor: Queen’s We Will Rock You (Mirvish/U.S. National Tour); My Fair Lady, The Admirable Crichton (Shaw Festival); Evita (Vancouver Opera); A Christmas Story, White Christmas (Arts Club Theatre Company); Brooke in Legally Blonde The Musical and Ariel in Footloose (Theatre Under The Stars); Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Vancouver Playhouse); Tiger Lily in Peter Pan and Peggy Sawyer in 42nd Street (Royal City Musical Theatre); Diana in Anne of Green Gables and Charlotte in Charlotte’s Web (Kaleidoscope Theatre); CATS (Theatre Calgary); Monty Python’s Spamalot (Citadel Theatre). Production and competitive choreography.

Other: Katie would like to thank her whole extended beautiful family for being so awesome, including her musical man Danny and the cutest little super trouper of them all.
 

Kyla Musselman | Ensemble, Dance Captain, Assistant Choreographer

Globe Theatre: All Shook Up

Other Theatre: Legally Blonde, I Love you, You’re Perfect, Now Change (Stage West); Saturday Night Fever (Northcore Prod. North American Tour); My Fair Lady, Crazy for You, Mary Poppins (Capitol Theatre); Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Shrek The Musical, Addams Family (Neptune Theatre); Snow White the Panto (Drayton Entertainment); Anne of Green Gables, Evangeline, Full Monty (Charlottetown Festival).

Film & Television: PanAm Closing Ceremonies (CBC); Bella Cinderella (Disney and Spin Master Toys).

Other: Co-host of the musical theatre podcast Tits and Teeth. Thank you to Steph, Ruth, and the entire Globe team, the T House gang, my ever-supportive family, and my absolute love, Dan. Instagram: @kymussels @titsandteethpodcast.
 

Stephen Patterson | Sam Carmichael

Globe Theatre: Debut

Other Theatre: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, A Little Night Music, Sam in Crazy for You, Barber in Man of La Mancha, Captain Walker in Tommy, Snoopy in You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, Mordechai in Fiddler on the Roof, Wanderlust, Camelot, Jesus Christ Superstar, As You Like It, Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris (Stratford Festival); Jackie in The Wild Party, Marvin in Falsettos (Acting Up Stage); Sir Galahad in Monty Python’s Spamalot, Che in Evita, Chris in Miss Saigon, Joseph in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Drayton); Guys and Dolls in Concert (NAC Orchestra); Bob in White Christmas (MTC, Neptune); Freddy in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (North American tour – Drayton); Marius in Les Misérables (Broadway, U.S. national tour); Laurie in Little Women (first U.S. national tour); Bobby Strong in Urinetown (Canadian Stage); Jerry in The Full Monty (Stage West); Twist and Shout (Grand); Gilbert in Anne of Green Gables (Charlottetown).

Other: Stephen resides in Stratford with his wife, Robin Hutton, and their two sons, Hutton and Wesley. He grew up in Moose Jaw and is thrilled to be back in Saskatchewan.
 

Tyler Pearse | Pepper

Globe Theatre: Debut

Other Theatre: Jukebox Hero: The Musical (Annerin Productions); Fiddler on the Roof, My Fair Lady (Port Hope Festival); If/Then, Kiss Me, Kate, Into the Woods, How to Succeed In Business Without Really Trying (Theatre Sheridan); Seussical The Musical, Oliver! (Theatre Aquarius); A Christmas Carol (Soulpepper Theatre Co.); Oliver! (Stratford Festival).

Film and Television: The Next Step, Copper, Degrassi New Generation.

Other: Tyler is incredibly excited to be making his debut at Globe Theatre and visiting Regina for the first time! He is a recent graduate of Sheridan College’s Honours Bachelor of Music Theatre Performance program and would like to thank his family and partner for their love and support.
 

Matt Raffy | Ensemble

Globe Theatre: Debut

Other Theatre: Mamma Mia! (Neptune Theatre); Anne & Gilbert (The Guild); Disgraced (Magnus Theatre); Les Zinspirés Puissance 4 (Thêatre Français de Toronto); Puss in Boots (Diversified Theatre); The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Randolph Theatre).

Upcoming: Cinderella (Neptune Theatre).

Other: Matt is beyond thrilled to make his Globe Theatre debut with Mamma Mia! He would like to thank this amazingly talented cast, production team and crew for inspiring him every day. Sending all my love to my family and friends, and big kisses to my baby nephew Antoine. Instagram: @mattraffy
 

Ryan Rogerson | Bill Austin

Globe Theatre: Debut

Other Theatre: Uncle Vanya, Animal Farm, Nothing Less, Liberation Days, The Tempest, Miracle Man, As You Like It, The Crucible, Rockbound, Our Town (Two Planks and a Passion); Bull (Coalmine Theatre); Bingo (Neptune Theatre); Corker (The Belfry); The Weir, The Glass Menagerie (Festival Antigonish).

Film and Television: Murdoch Mysteries, Killjoys, Doc, Ham I Am.
 

Stephanie Roth | Tanya

Globe Theatre: Mary Poppins in Mary Poppins, Miss Sandra in All Shook Up.

Other Theatre: Donna in Mamma Mia! (Arts Club); four seasons at The Stratford Festival of Canada including Jenny in the world premiere of The King of Thieves; Rona in The 25th Annual Putnam Spelling Bee, The Wizard of Oz, Anne of Green Gables (The Grand Theatre); Baroness Schraeder in The Sound of Music, Mrs. Johnstone in Blood Brothers (Aquarius Theatre); Nancy in Oliver!, Ellen in Miss Saigon, Gloria in Damn Yankees (Drayton); Jen in john & jen (Acting Upstage); Cathy in Last Five Years (ACT); Marie in Pelagie (Canadian Stage/National Arts Centre-world premiere); The Who’s Tommy (Canadian premiere/National Tour-Mirvish); RENT (US National Tour).

Other: Momma of a beautiful little girl who makes everything in the world right. Kraig and I are the luckiest!
 

Natasha Strilchuk | Ali

Globe Theatre: Debut

Other Theatre: Mamma Mia! (Neptune Theatre), Guys & Dolls, Romeo & Juliet (Stratford Festival), Crazy for You (CMTP), Secret Garden: In Concert (Women of MT Festival), West Side Story (LOT).

Film & Television: Romeo & Juliet (CBC/Stratford HD), Motives and Murder (Cineflex Productions).

Other: Natasha was raised in Regina and is so proud to come back home and perform at Globe for the first time. She moved to Toronto in 2010 to go to the Randolph College of the Performing Arts. She is currently based in Toronto and has been performing all over Canada since 2012. Thanks to her loving and supportive family, her amazing partner Josh, and her agent at Seventh House Talent.
 

Rob Torr | Harry Bright

Globe Theatre: Grimsby in Disney’s The Little Mermaid.

Other Theatre: (Selected): Gomez in The Addams Family (Neptune Theatre); Genie in Disney’s Aladdin Jr. (Silvermist Productions); Harry in Mamma Mia! (Port Hope Festival Theatre); It’s A Wonderful Life (Theatre Aquarius); Monty Python’s Spamalot, Looking (Stephenville Theatre Festival); Bob Cratchit in A Christmas Carol (Theatre New Brunswick, Premiere); Miss Saigon (Mirvish Productions); Mike Sheldrake in Irving Berlin’s White Christmas (The Producing Office New York, New York, Sony Theatre); Charlie in Prairie Nurse.

Other: Rob has had two of his musicals produced: Hipcheck - The Musical (Toronto Fringe 2012 Best of Fringe) and Killer Business - The Musical (Next Stage Theatre Festival). He is passionate about rare Canadian Heritage Livestock. www.rarebreedscanada.org helping to save Lynch Lineback cattle, Lacombe pigs and Hungarian Yellow Chickens. Farmers feed cities! Support local.
 

Megan Zong | Ensemble

Globe Theatre: Debut

Other Theatre: Queen Seraphina and the Land of Vertebraat (Sum Theatre); Pride and Prejudice (Persephone Theatre); Short Cuts Festival (Hardly Art Theatre); Earth Diver (Sum Theatre); Cabaret, The Illusion, Brontë, Les Belles Soeurs (Greystone Theatre).

Upcoming: The Hobbit (Globe Theatre); Boeing Boeing (Persephone Theatre).

Other: Megan graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with her BFA Honours in Acting. She is absolutely elated to be spending the next four months in Regina rehearsing and acting on the Globe Theatre stage. Huge thanks and gratitude to the Globe family for such an amazing experience! Now get ready to be hit full force with some ABBA classics that will leave you rocking and jiving in your seats! Enjoy the show!
 

 

Creative Team  

Stephanie Graham | Director, Choreographer
 
Globe Theatre: Director/Choreographer: Shrek The Musical, Disney’s The Little Mermaid, All Shook Up; Director: Key Change; Assistant Director: The Ladies Foursome, Man of La Mancha;
Choreographer: Mary Poppins, The Drowsy Chaperone.

Other Theatre: Director/Choreographer: The Last Five Years, Johnny Belinda, Back in ’59, Godspell; Choreographer: Fun Home, Chariots of Fire, Grey Gardens, The Wild Party, Crazy For You, It’s A
Wonderful Life, Spamalot, The Addams Family, Kiss Me Kate, Dogfight, Colours in the Storm, She Loves Me, Next to Normal, The Last Resort. Stephanie is a Dora Award recipient (Toronto) and a
Merritt award nominee (Halifax) for outstanding choreography.

Upcoming: Director/Choreographer: Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (Globe Theatre); Choreographer: Cinderella (Neptune Theatre).

Other: Graduate of Music Theatre Performance from Sheridan College. Thank you for supporting live theatre. www.stephaniegraham.ca
 

Craig Salkeld | Musical Director, Keyboard 1

Globe Theatre: Us, Bittergirl – The Musical, Key Change, All Shook Up, You’re a Good Man, Charlie
Brown, The Last Resort, A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline.

Other Theatre: A Christmas Story, Godspell (Arts Club Theatre Company); Buddy - The Buddy Holly Story, Chickens (Chemainus Theatre Festival); Footloose (Theatre Under The Stars); Forever Plaid,
My Way (Casino Regina).

Film and Television: Composed music for The Discovery Channel and The Learning Channel; Co-Composer of “Something Happened To My Heart” for the movie, Ronnie and Julie starring Teri Garr
and Joshua Jackson.

Other: Craig has worked extensively with SaskExpress and Rory Allen. He has performed with Howie Mandel, Petula Clark, and Wayne Newton and for the Queen, Prince Charles, Prince Andrew
and Fergie, Prince Edward and Sophie.
 

Brandon Kleiman | Set Designer

Globe Theatre: Costume Designer: Shrek The Musical; Disney’s The Little Mermaid.

Other Theatre: Brandon is a set and costume designer based in Toronto with work appearing on stages across Canada. Recent favourites include: Life After, a new musical (Canadian Stage, Musical Stage Company and Young Street Theatricals - Dora nominated, outstanding set design); Undercover (Tarragon, Citadel and Virtigo, directed by Rebecca Northan); Our Town (Buddies In Bad Times and Theatre Rusticle); Harvest (1000 Islands Playhouse).

Upcoming: The Ballad of Stompin’ Tom (Sudbury Theatre); Mary Poppins (Young Peoples Theatre)

Other: Brandon was nominated for the 2017 Pauline McGibbon Award, the 2018 Virginia and Myrtle Cooper Award in Costume Design, and is a recipient of an OAC Chalmers Development Grant. For more information and a portfolio please visit www.brandonkleimandesign.com 

Robin Fisher | Costume Designer

Globe Theatre: The Black Bonspiel of Wullie MacCrimmon (Set and Costume Design).

Other Theatre: Avenue Q (Citadel Theatre); The Jungle Book (Manitoba Theatre for Young People); Obeah Opera  Culchaworks/Panamania); Buddy – The Buddy Holly Story (Thousand
Islands Playhouse, Western Canada Theatre); The Boy in the Moon (Great Canadian Theatre Company); Fiddler on the Roof (Western Canada Theatre); Hand of Bridge/Telephone (Canadian Opera Company); Set Design: Acquiesce (Factory Theatre); Munschtime! (Young People’s Theatre); Costume Design: Dream a Little Dream (The Grand Theatre); Minotaur, The Wizard of Oz (Young People’s Theatre).

Upcoming: Cottagers and Indians (Tarragon Theatre – tour); Torn Through Time (Manitoba Theatre for Young People).

Other: Robin is the recipient of three Dora Mavor Moore awards and the 2015 Virginia and Myrtle Cooper Award for Costume Design. www.robinfisher.ca.
 

Wendy Lundgren | Lighting Designer

Globe Theatre: Buddy - The Buddy Holly Story, Us, Bittergirl – The Musical, Romeo and Juliet, The
Hound of the Baskervilles, The Snow Queen, All Shook Up, Gunmetal Blues, Living in the Spaces,
Man of La Mancha, Tuesdays With Morrie.

Other Theatre: Pride & Prejudice (Persephone Theatre, SATA Nominee for Outstanding Lighting Design); HMS Pinafore, The Trials of Ezra Pound, Agamemnon, Elektra (Stratford Festival); Dream A Little Dream, Annie—The Musical, Miracle on 34th Street (Grand Theatre); Peter Grimes, The Handmaid’s Tale, Der Ring Des Nibelungen (Associate Lighting Designer, Canadian Opera Company); nineteen seasons with  Lighthouse Festival Theatre.

Film and Television: Zombies (Disney Channel, 2018); Rocky Horror Picture Show 2016 (Fox TV) -
Theatrical Lighting Designer.

Upcoming: Outside Mullingar (Chemainus Theatre Festival).

Other: Globe Theatre is definitely one of my happy places … thanks for having me back!
 

Jeremy Sauer | Sound Designer
 
Globe Theatre: Composer, Sound Designer, Musician, and/or Arranger for: Main Stage: Shrek The Musical, Us, A Christmas Carol, Bittergirl – The Musical, Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Key Change,
The Last Wife, Romeo and Juliet, The Snow Queen, Salt-Water Moon, Becky’s New Car, Sleeping Beauty, The Wizard of Oz, Jake and the Kid, A Doll’s House, The Alice Nocturne, Doubt, a Parable,
Girl in the Goldfi sh Bowl, Death and the Maiden, Mesa; Shumiatcher Sandbox Series: A Soldier’s War, A Thirst Undone, Hot Little Hands, Fusion III, Dot and Mae: Delusions of Grandeur, Marg Szkaluba - Pissy’s Wife.

Other: Jeremy is a pianist and composer, who spends much of his time playing and writing music with his good friend Belle Plaine.
 

Lauren Boyd | Assistant Director

Globe Theatre: Debut

Other Theatre: The Sinner’s Club, The Frogs, Little Shop of Horrors, Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, Title of Show (Edmonton Fringe); How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, Footloose, Dogfi ght, Grand Hotel (Theatre Sheridan); A Man of No Importance (Walterdale Theatre); Winter’s Tale Project, Pippin, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Citadel Theatre Young
Companies).
 
Upcoming: Don’t Not Talk to Strangers Sketch Comedy (Grindstone Theatre)

Other: Lauren is a graduate of Sheridan College’s Bachelor of Music Theatre Performance and Improv Olympic’s Longform Improv intensive program (Chicago). She is a writer and performer with Don’t Not Talk to Strangers Sketch Comedy and a Director/Producer with her company, No Tomatoes Theatre.
 

Liz Campbell | Stage Manager
 
Globe Theatre: Buddy – The Buddy Holly Story, A Christmas Carol, Bittergirl – The Musical, The Last Wife.
 
Other Theatre: Over 25 productions at Upper Canada Playhouse including: It’s Your Funeral, Barefoot in the Park, Last of the Red Hot Lovers, Touch and Go, Stag and Doe, Lend Me a Tenor, A Christmas Carol, The Cemetery Club, (Upper Canada Playhouse); Grand Hotel, Sweet Charity,
A Man of No Importance, Brantwood (Theatre Sheridan); Clybourne Park, Our Class, Parade, The Overwhelming, Stuff Happens (Studio 180/Mirvish Productions); The 39 Steps (Thousand Islands
Playhouse); various credits at Tarragon Theatre, Canadian Stage, SilverMist Productions and the Sudbury Theatre Centre.

Other: Liz is excited to be joining Globe Theatre for another season and would like to thank her
husband for all his love and support.
 

Kenilee Kehler | Assistant Stage Manager

Globe Theatre: Over twenty productions including: Shrek The Musical, Us, A Christmas Carol,
Bittergirl – The Musical, Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Salt Baby (2017, 2015), Peter and the
Starcatcher, Million Dollar Quartet, A Closer Walk With Patsy Cline (2016, 2012), Ring of Fire: The
Music of Johnny Cash, The Snow Queen, You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown.

Other Theatre: Othello, Mary Stuart (Stratford Festival); seven productions with Dancing Sky
Theatre including Popcorn Elder, The Lucky Ones, Operation Big Rock; fi ve productions with Souris
Valley Theatre including The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.
 
Upcoming: Stage Manager for The Hobbit, Gracie, and Disney’s Beauty and the Beast
(Globe Theatre).
 
Other: Bachelor of Fine Arts and Bachelor of Education, both from the University of Regina. Love to
Jamie, Elizabeth, mom, dad, and Adam.
 

Christine Leroux | Assistant Stage Manager
 
Globe Theatre: Debut
 
Other Theatre: Stage Manager: The Best Brothers (Theatre NorthWest), A Christmas Carol, The
Best Brothers, Only Drunks and Children Tell the Truth, Made in Italy (Western Canada Theatre), Only
Drunks and Children Tell the Truth (Thousand Islands Playhouse), TH’OWXIYA: The Hungry Feast
Dish, Raven Meets the Monkey King (Axis Theatre Company); Assistant Stage Manager: The Birds
and the Bees, The Cure for Death by Lightning, Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash, The Comedy
of Errors (Western Canada Theatre)
 
Upcoming: Meet my Sister, Made in Italy (Western Canada Theatre).
 
Other: Christine is very excited to be making her Globe debut with this incredible production.
Enjoy the show!
 

 

Authors  

Björn Ulvaeus
 
Björn Ulvaeus was born in 1945 in Gothenberg on the west coast of Sweden. After a successful local career in Sweden with a folk group in the mid 1960s, he started his collaboration with Benny
Andersson. They then went on to form ABBA with Agnetha Faltskog and Anni-Frid Lyngstad. Even during the ABBA years, the idea of writing a musical seemed appealing and, in 1981, Björn and
Benny met Tim Rice and co-wrote Chess with him, which opened in the West End in 1986. In 1995 Björn and Benny opened a new musical called Kristina Från Duvemåla, which played for three years
in Sweden. Their most recent musical is the Stockholm production Hjälp sökes, which opened in 2013. Bjorn is one of the producers for MAMMA MIA! The Party, which opened in Stockholm in
January 2016.
 

Benny Andersson
 
Born 16 December 1946 in Stockholm.
1952: Received accordion lessons from his father and grandfather.
1964–68: Member of the Hep Stars, Sweden’s most popular rock band in the 1960s. During this time, he began composing music. “Sunny Girl” and “Wedding” were huge hits for the Hep Stars.
1972–82: ABBA.
1982–84: Composed the music (together with Björn Ulvaeus and Tim Rice) for the musical, Chess.
1987: Began collaborating with Orsa Spelmän. Recorded three albums deeply rooted in Swedish folk music: Klinga Mina Klockor, November 1989 and Fiolen Min. In 2001, this collaboration led to the formation of Benny Andersson’s Orchestra, a 16-man constellation with vocalists, Helen Sjöholm and Tommy Körberg. Thus far, this has resulted in five CD albums and several summer tours.
1990–95: Composed the music to Kristina from Duvemåla. Premiered in October 1995. 1995: Received the title of professor from the Swedish government. Inducted to in the Royal Swedish Academy of Music in 2007. Appointed Honorary Doctor of the College of Humanities at Stockholm University in 2008, and at Luleå University of Technology in 2012.
 
Benny Andersson is married to former TV producer, Mona Nörklit. They have one child, Ludvig Andersson. Benny Andersson also has two children from a previous marriage, Peter Grönvall and Helene Odedal. He has five grandchildren: Charlie, Felix, Fabian, Malin and Viola.
 

Catherine Johnson
 
Theatre: Rag Doll, Renegades, Suspension (Bristol Old Vic); Too Much Too Young (Bristol Old Vic and London Bubble); Boys Mean Business, Dead Sheep, Little Baby Nothing (Bush Theatre, London); Shang-a-Lang (Bush Theatre and national tour); and Mamma Mia! (worldwide); Through the Wire and A Letter to Lacey for NT Connections. Creative consultant on ABBA the Museum, Stockholm.
 
Television: Casualty, Byker Grove, Love Hurts, Gold, Linda Green.
 
Original screenplays: Rag Doll and Where’s Willy? (HTV) and Sin Bin (BBC), the series Love in the 21st Century (Channel 4) and Dappers (BBC3).
 
Film: Catherine wrote the screenplay for the Mamma Mia! movie released July 2008.
 
Awards: Catherine has won the Bristol Old Vic/HTV Playwrighting Award, Thames Television’s Writer-in-Residence Award and Thames Television’s Best Play Award and was nominated in 2002 for a Tony Award for Best Musical Book for Mamma Mia!
 

 

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