Do You Want What I Have Got? A Craigslist Cantata

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a co-production

Do You Want What I Have Got?

A Craigslist Cantata by Veda Hille & Bill Richardson directed by Amiel Gladstone January 30 – March 3, 2013

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Acting Up Stage Company

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Presenting Season Sponsor

Welcome to this exciting collaborative venture! Do You Want What I Have Got? A Craigslist Cantata has been a perfect collaboration and the ideal project that blends Factory Theatre’s commitment to new Canadian work with Acting Up Stage’s commitment to innovative and contemporary musical theatre. We are so pleased to be able to present to Toronto audiences this poignant and witty Canadian musical. We are so honoured that Bill, Veda and Amiel have given us the opportunity to launch a new production featuring some of the original Vancouver collaborators, while adding an incredible local design team, new choreography by Monica Dottor and new cast member Daren A. Herbert. We hope that you enjoy this work as much as we have in bringing it to you. Mitchell Marcus

Nina Lee Aquino & Nigel Shawn Williams

Acting Up Stage Artistic Producer

Factory Theatre Interim Artistic Team

other upcoming events from our companies Tuesday, February 12 & 19, 7pm

February 18 & 25

Neighbours Night/Subscribers Night

banks prize showcase

Enjoy a pre-show reception and discussion with

Featuring Syd and Shirley Banks Prize winners

artists involved with this exciting production

Alexis Gordon and Andres Sierra

Wednesday, February 13, post-show

April 23 – May 12

A Craigslist Cabaret

Falsettos

Acting Up Stage and Factory Theatre are proud

by William Finn & James Lapine

to partner with Jennifer Walls and her SINGular Sensation band in an evening of Craigslist inspired cabaret performances

produced by Acting Up Stage Company in association with Harold Green Jewish Theatre Company

Stay up to date with future events at: www.factorytheatre.ca & www.actingupstage.com

Acting Up Stage Company & Factory Theatre a co-production

Do You Want What I Have Got?

A Craigslist Cantata by

Veda Hille & Bill Richardson Directed by

Amiel Gladstone Musical Direction by

Veda Hille

Developed and premiered at the Arts Club Theatre, Vancouver, British Columbia, 2012 Originally produced in a 20 minute version by Theatre Replacement as a co-commission with PuSh and

Choreographed by

Monica Dottor Starring

Dmitry Chepovetsky

Theatre Conspiracy, Vancouver, BC, 2009. Thanks to the Arts Club’s ReACT play development program, the PuSh international Performing Arts Festival, and the Belfry Theatre’s Spark Theatre Festival.

Bree Greig Daren A. Herbert Veda Hille Selina Martin Barry Mirochnick Set & Costume Designer

Robin Fisher Lighting Designer

Kimberly Purtell Stage Manager

Dustyn Wales

Running Time

85 minutes with no intermission Recording Devices

Taking photographs or making any mechanical recording is prohibited in the theatre. Please turn off pagers and cellular phones. Bar/Lounge

The Bar/Lounge is open for your enjoyment. You can enjoy Direct Cellars wine, MillStreet Tankhouse Ale, Steamwhistle Pilsner, Balzac’s coffee, tea, soda and juice as well

install Crew

Alyksandra Ackerman, Matt Armour, Josh Hoodless, Patrick Lavender, Michael Bennett Leroux, Liz Maraston, Christopher Ross Painter

Amanda White Thank You

Jason Golinsky, David Hoekstra, Katie Horrill, Mike Ledermueller, Young People’s Theatre

as an assortment of homemade goodies. The musician and musical director engaged for this production are members of the Toronto Musicians’ Association, Local 149 of the American Federation of Musicians of the United States and Canada. Factory Theatre is a member of the Professional Association of Canadian Theatres and engages under the terms of the Canadian Theatre Agreement, professional Artists who are members of Canadian Actors’ Equity Association.

The Company the Company

Dmitry Chepovetsky Performer Mozambique and Slip Knot Select Theatre Credits: Cinderella (YPT); Midsummer Night’s Dream (Canadian Stage); Craigslist Cantata: Do You Want What I Have Got? (Arts Club/PuSh Festival); This (Vancouver Playhouse/Jessie Nomination); Forests, The Catering Queen and Remnants (Tarragon/Fringe); Room to Panic (Loco7/ LaMama ETC, NY); Creon (Theatreworks); Top Gun: The Musical! (NYMF/Factory/Dora Nomination); Danish Play (Nightwood); Zadie’s Shoes (ATP); Unidentified Human Remains (Van Fringe); Jacques Brel is Alive and Well… (PTC); Orphan Muses (Touchstone); Picasso at the Lapin Agile (MTC/NAC) Select Film & TV Credits: Alphas, The Listener, Caprica, Psyche, Murdoch Mysteries (Gemini Nomination); The Baby Formula, ReGenesis (Gemini Nominations). Original work includes: Blind Submission, FETCH! and Bloodline (Jessie Nomination – New Play). For Factory: Beyond

Monica Dottor Choreographer Monica Dottor is an actor, choreographer and Co-Artistic Director of Company Blonde Dance Projects. Most recently, she choreographed and acted in The Penelopiad (Nightwood Theatre – Dora Award: Ensemble Performance and Dora Nomination: Choreography) and PETRICHOR (Kitchenband/Summerworks) Select Theatre Acting Credits: The Trolley Car (Summerworks); The Middle Place (Canadian Stage/ Belfry/GCTC); Featuring Loretta (Factory); The Red Queen Effect (NextStage); SCRATCH (FactoryDora Nomination – Performance); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (CanadianStage); The Overcoat (CanadianStage/San Francisco Critics’ Circle Award, Dora Nomination Ensemble Performance); Chekhov’s Heartache & Chekhov’s Shorts (Smith-Gilmour) Select Film & TV Credits: The Shape of Rex (FactoriaFilms); Picture Day (CliquePictures); Rookie Blue (Global/ABC); The Listener (Shaftsbury) Select Choreography Credits: MALARIA LULLABY (SummerWorks); CRASH (Theatre Passe Muraille); The Middle Place (CanadianStage/Passe Muraille/Belfry/GCTC); The Red Queen Effect (Next Stage); The Russian Play (Factory – Dora Nomination: Choreography); THE GOD THAT COMES: HAWKSLEY WORKMAN; Suzie McNeil’s CD release show.

Robin Fisher Set & Costume Designer Costume design for The Rez Sisters and My Granny the Goldfish Set design for A Man of No Importance Select Set & Costume Design Credits: The Black Bonspiel of Wullie MacCrimmon (Globe Theatre); A Year with Frog and Toad and Cinderella (Young People’s Theatre); Hand of Bridge/Telephone (Canadian Opera Company); The Little Prince (The Grand Theatre); The Tempest (Canadian Stage); The Ends of the Earth (The Belfry Theatre); I,Claudia (Theatre & Co./Segal Centre); The Syringa Tree and Circle, Mirror Transformation (Great Canadian Theatre Company); Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Western Canada Theatre) Other: Robin is the recipient of a Dora Mavor Moore award for best costumes for 36 Views (Actors Repertory Company) Upcoming: Robin will be designing the set and costumes for Fiddler on the Roof (Western Canada Theatre). For Factory:

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Amiel Gladstone Director Amiel Gladstone is a West Coast based writer and director. As a director, his productions have been both site specific in unusual venues, and in traditional theatres. He has written and directed for a variety of companies, including the Belfry, Caravan Farm Theatre, the Guild and Ramshackle in Whitehorse, SummerWorks, Theatre Replacement, and Theatre SKAM. Most recently, the world premiere of Do You Want What I Have Got? for Arts Club/PuSh Festival, the world premiere of 100% Vancouver for PuSh Festival/Theatre Replacement, Canadian premiere of This at the Vancouver Playhouse, Tape for Alley Theatre, Lucia di Lammermoor for Vancouver Opera, world premiere of Extraction with Theatre Conspiracy, and soon Tosca at Pacific Opera Victoria.

Bree Greig Performer Bree is 100% thrilled to be not only visiting Toronto for the first time, but to be making her Toronto theatrical debut! Having grown up in eastern Pennsylvania, but currently residing in Vancouver, she is excited to explore eastern Canada! Recent Credits Include: Do You Want What I Have Got? (Arts Club Theatre); The Wizard of Oz and The Sound of Music (Footlight Theatre Company); The Fantasticks (Vancouver Playhouse); Bat Boy The Musical (Patrick Street Productions) Other: Bree is a graduate of Berklee College of Music and in addition to singing and acting teaches yoga in Vancouver.

Daren A. Herbert Performer Born in Bermuda, Daren has worked, studied, and taught on stages, sets and studios in the US, Canada, South Korea, the UK, and Japan. He won a Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award and an NAACP Theatre Award nomination for his work in The Wild Party, and he’s a two time Dora Mavor Moore Award nominee for performances in The Toxic Avenger and Parade. Vancouver stage appearances include Glengarry Glen Ross, Lobby Hero, Intimate Apparel, The Music Man, the Jessie Award winning production of The Light in the Piazza and Clybourne Park. On-screen appearances include Dreamgirls, 2012, Human Target, Breakout Kings, Fringe, This Means War and a recurring role on the CW’s Cult.

Veda Hille Composer, Musical Director & Performer Veda Hille has been writing songs, making records, and playing shows all over since 1992. She has released 14 albums, the latest being Peter Panties. Collaborations with other artists have resulted in video and music performances, electro acoustic experiments, rock songs for children, eccentric musicals, and an opera about pine trees. Veda is happy to be spending time in Toronto again, even in the winter. vedahille.com

Selina Martin Performer Selina Martin is a Toronto-based theatre artist and musician. She performed in the premiere of Do You Want What I Have Got? A Craigslist Cantata, for the Arts Club Theatre in Vancouver. She has worked multiple times with Crow’s Theatre (Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Dali, Godzilla), One Yellow Rabbit Theatre (Five Hole: Tales of Hockey Erotica), Shadowland Theatre, and Bald Ego Theatre, with whom she cocreated 12 original plays in 5 years. Selina is also the author of three critically acclaimed CDs. Her most recent, Disaster Fantasies, has received glowing praise from across the country, and has been variously described by music writers as “smart”, “vivid”, “brave”, “reckless”, “must-hear” and “masterful.” selinamartin.com

Barry Mirochnick Musician Barry Mirochnick is a Vancouver-based drummer/multi-instrumentalist originally from Winnipeg. He performed in Do You Want What I Have Got? A Craigslist Cantata, at Vancouver’s PuSh Festival in 2009 and at Vancouver’s Arts Club Theatre in 2012. As a drummer, Barry has recently toured, recorded, and/or performed live with Veda Hille, Neko Case, Great Aunt Ida, Jakob Dylan, Whitehorse, Keri Mctighe, and Paul Pigat.

Kimberly Purtell Lighting Designer Previously for Factory Theatre, Kimberly designed Featuring Loretta, Beyond Mozambique, The Russian Play, Essay, Better Living, Apple, Escape From Happiness, and Leisure Society. Previously for Acting Up Stage, she designed Caroline or Change and Parade. Most recent design credits include Someone Else (Crow’s Theatre), The Normal Heart (Studio 180), The Penelopiad (Nightwood Theatre), The Little Years (Tarragon), Speed The Plow (Soulpepper), You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown (Stratford Shakespeare Festival), Crash (Theatre Passe Muraille), Svadba (Queen of Puddings/Edmonton Opera), Rigoletto (Opera Hamilton). Kimberly has received three Dora Awards, seventeen nominations and is a recipient of the Pauline McGibbon Award.

Bill Richardson Playwright Bill Richardson is working out what little remains of his mid-life crisis in what little remains of the Arlington Hotel in what little remains of Holmfield, Manitoba, population 22, more if you count the dogs.

Dustyn Wales Stage Manager The Light in the Piazza Select Credits: Lost in Yonkers (HGJTC); The Hobbit (MTYP); i Think i Can (YPT/NAC); The Great Mountain (YPT/RedSky); Billy Bishop Goes to War, Faith Healer, Glengarry Glen Ross, Travesties, The Guardsman and Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Soulpepper); Iolanthe (TOT); ByoLogyc (Mission Business); Waiting for Godot (Yes, Let’s Go); Fairytale Ending: The Musical (Best of Fringe/Next stage); Robin Hood: The Legendary Musical Comedy, Great American Trailer Park Musical and King Lear (Hart House Theatre) Upcoming: Blue Planet (YPT) For Acting Up Stage:

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