Craig Watson (he/him) is an award-winning artist, who has performed throughout Western Canada for the last xx number of years (a lady never tells…) and would be known to Saskatoon audiences for roles in Saskatoon Summer Players’ Cabaret (Ensemble), Annie (Mr. Bundles), & The Addams Family Musical (Lurch), as well as ppl r ppl’s The Rocky Horror Show (Phantom), Avenue Q (Trekkie Monster/Mrs. T) & Little Shop of Horrors (Orin Scrivello). Audiences may also recognise Craig’s alter ego Donna Mae Trixx, the unforgettable drag artist who was notably once the opening act for the Pussycat Dolls. Craig’s talents are many, as he also has experience with stage & production assistance, directing, and costume design.
Laura Negraeff (she/her) is a director, performer, writer, & producer who currently works with Sum Theatre, where she recently co-directed the Theatre in the Park show wâhkôhtowin. Some of her previous director credits include: Le Chandail/The Hockey Sweater, Sum Theatre & The Addams Family, Saskatoon Summer Players (SSP). Featured performing credits include: Cabaret, SSP (Fraulien Kost), Spamalot, SSP (Minstrel/Ensemble), & Annie, SSP (Miss Hannigan). Laura is also a passionate social justice advocate and has been engaged in community-based work as an educator, researcher, and volunteer for more than 15 years.
Mak Rosin is a strong leader in her community they run the SRC events group, QSA and Fans of Fiction. They are also the 2022 Valedictorian for Bedford Road Collegiate this year. She has never backed down from a challenge and strives to accomplish her goals and dreams.
Lily is a 14 year old aspiring actor. She has been in 2 productions and taken multiple acting classes. She is a student at Bedford road collegiate in the IB program. She enjoys all forms of art, writing, musicals, and learning new weird facts. She takes part in multiple clubs and extracurriculars like volleyball, pom, band, musicals, QSA, SRC, and fans of fiction
Hey, my name is Katie. The pronouns I use are they/them and I am 14 years old. The things I enjoy are art, writing, and acting. I love watching musicals and singing along to the songs. Outside of school I do taekwondo and highland dance. In grade 7 I participated in the musical Aladdin. Along with doing school plays
Keiran Brown is a 16-year-old grade 10 student at Bedford Road. they are part of SRC, fans of fiction and qsa at school. they enjoy arts, crafts, books, drama and dance.
Danova Dickson (she/they) is an axe throwing savant and future reluctant apocalypse survivor. She has a special interest in clowning, improv, and devised theatre, as well as having the dedication necessary to put over 300 hours into a Fire Emblem game.
Paige Francoeur (she/they) lover Twin Peaks and will talk with you about it with hours. She is also a playwright and cat lover. She loves working on collaborative theatre and especially on anything involving the LGBT+ community. Her specialties are devising and adapting.
Adam Tweidt (he/they) is a DND aficionado and avid role-player 😉 They have an interest in devising and movement based theatre as well as having impeccable comedic timing. He wishes to one day grow taller than his father, but the prospect seems grim.
Nissan Gordon Actor and Comedian, Nissan enjoys partaking in arts and theatre in as many ways as possible, from Tech, performing, and writing to poetry, circus arts, and Photography. A Jamaican/Metis 2s Individual with a love of Saskatoon
Felix Little An improv comic with a musical flair turned singer and vocal coach. Felix was born and raised in Saskatchewan and spends his time teaching kids to sing and tries to spread the love of art and music to everyone. Felix also has a passion for prehistoric creatures. A homegrown Metis Trans Man
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