Cabiria Aquarius (Little Girl)
Cabiria made her theatrical debut at age 4 as Little Lucie in a high school production of A Tale of Two Cities. Since then she has enjoyed performing in many school plays and skits, as well as singing and playing violin in musical concerts. This is Cabiria’s first production with Amicus.
Stephanie Barone (Elizabeth Jelkes)
A graduate from Dalhousie University in Music and Theatre, Stephanie sings in the Nathaniel Dett Chorale and is a resident musician at First Unitarian Congregation of Toronto. Past roles include Elaine in Last of the Red Hot Lovers and Lola in Gallantry.
Chris Coculuzzi (Hyde 3, Lanyon, Drunkard, Surgical Student)
Chris has been performing and participating in independent, community, and educationally-related theatre for over twenty years. This is his second show with Amicus. His first was in last season’s production of Arthur Miller’s All My Sons as Chris Keller. He is also a high school teacher with the TDSB for the last ten years.
Stephen Flett (Utterson, Hyde 1)
Stephen’s award winning credits include A Chorus of Disapproval, The Affections of May (Amicus); Moonshine, Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me, and recently a nomination for Shining City (Toronto Irish Players). Other credits include Moonlight and Magnolias, A Flea in Her Ear, Tarantara! Tarantara!, and Urinetown.
Christopher Irving (Jekyll)
Chris last performed with Amicus in 2006. Credits include Les Liasons Dangereuses, The Evil That Men Do, Dancock’s Dance, Cymbeline and Jane Eyre. He has won ACT-CO awards for roles in The Woman in Black and Art with East Side Players. Other credits include The Hypochondriac, Mary Stuart, and Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?.
Kristin Myers (ASM, Orderly, Street Person)
Kristin is delighted to join Amicus with this incredible show with such a talented team. She received her Honours Degree in Theatre from the University of Ottawa and enjoys the creative outlet of the theatrical process in addition to working with students as an ESL instructor. Previous shows include East Side Players’ production of The Hypochondriac.
Derek Perks (Carew, Sanderson, Inspector, Enfield, Hyde 2)
Derek has been acting for over twenty years. This is his third show with Amicus. He played Don Carlos in A Flea in Her Ear and Ian in A Chorus of Disapproval. Derek was last seen as Stuart in Beyond Therapy and Father Flynn in Doubt, a Parable (Village Playhouse).
Jenn Sellers (Poole, Hyde 4, Old Woman, Surgical Student, Police Doctor, Maid, Hotel Porter)
Jenn is delighted to be back performing with Amicus. A theatre veteran who grew up performing on the Oakville stage, she is thrilled to be performing alongside this talented cast. Recent appearances include Nancy in Oliver (EMP), Carolyn in Having Hope at Home (Amicus), and Stella in Real Estate (Curtain Club). Make Magic!
Jamie Zhuravel (ASM, Orderly, Street Person)
Jamie is proud to be a part of the crew. This is his first theatrical experience and he is extremely excited to bring his contributions to this amazing adaptation of a well known story.
Susan McQueen (Producer, Lighting Assistant)
Susan has produced many shows for the talented Harvey Levkoe, including Art, Laughter on the 23rd Floor, The Woman in Black and The Hypochondriac (East Side Players). This is Susan’s first show with Amicus and she thanks the group for their warm welcome.
Harvey Levkoe (Director, Sound Design, Properties)
This is Harvey’s seventh play with Amicus. Working on this revised classic has been a rewarding and intriguing experience. Thanks to the talented cast, crew, and designers whose dedication and hard work is so appreciated. This spring Harvey will direct Over the River and Through the Woods for East Side Players.
Karen Farnocchi (Stage Manager)
Karen congratulates Amicus for bringing this extraordinary play to the stage! It presented staggering challenges, but gave us all an opportunity to surmount them. Special thanks to the “A-team” for their passion, kudos to the cast and our designers, and much gratitude to Harvey and Susan for their unending support.
Mary Jane Boon (Lighting Designer)
A lighting designer for over fifteen years, this production is one of the most complex and challenging projects she has ever undertaken. Mary Jane thanks a courageous director, cast and the staff of the Papermill Theatre. Last year she lit All My Sons for Amicus.
Wayne Cardinalli (Set Design and Properties)
During the past few years Wayne has been on the design team for most of Harvey Levkoe’s theatre projects. It is a great group of people and he enjoys the collaborative effort. Wayne says, “If we can do our jobs, the audience will have a stimulating night at the theatre. After all, that is the whole point.”
David Glover (Sound Designer)
David is pleased to be working again with Harvey and the talented cast and crew of this challenging work and is glad to have discovered Morton Gould’s Jekyll and Hyde Variations as a basis for the support themes. Break a leg, everyone.
Naomi Hunter (Fight Director)
Naomi has staged murder and mayhem in over 40 productions. Her most recent work has been in Man of La Mancha (Dreamtheatre Productions) and Leading Ladies (TDSSB/Staff Art Productions). Other credits include The Lion in Winter (Amicus), Dial ‘M’ for Murder (STG), and Deathtrap (Village Playhouse). Swordplay with Reed Needles was the beginning…who knows where this madness ends?
Megan Courneyea (Script Assistant)
Megan attended Rosedale Heights School of the Arts and developed a passion for the arts. Later at Humber College she enrolled in the Theatre Production program and realized she had a love for stage management. After finishing school she stage managed Fire and Air’s production of Piecing Together Pauline as part of the 2012 Toronto Fringe Festival.