MARY'S WEDDING

Stephen Massicotte, Playwright

Stephen’s award-winning plays Looking After EdenPervert, and The Boy’s Own Jedi Handbook series originated at Calgary’s Ground Zero Theatre. In 2002, his play Mary’s Wedding premiered at Alberta Theatre Projects’ playRites Festival and won the 2000 Alberta Playwriting Competition, the 2002 Betty Mitchell Award for Best New Play, and the 2003 Gwen Pharis Ringwood Award for Drama at the Alberta Literary Awards. Mary’s Wedding continues to be produced throughout the US, Canada, and the UK. In 2006, The Oxford Roof Climber’s Rebellion was produced as a co-production between the Tarragon Theatre and the Great Canadian Theatre Company, and was a hit off-Broadway in 2007. The play won the 2007 Canadian Authors Association Carol Bolt Award and the 2007 Gwen Paris Ringwood Award for Drama at the Alberta Literary Awards. Stephen’s filmwriting credits include Ginger Snaps Back: The Beginning and The Dark. He has a BFA in drama from the University of Calgary.

Stephen Massicotte - Sep 2019
Stephen Massicotte - Sep 2019

Stephen Massicotte, Playwright

Stephen’s award-winning plays Looking After EdenPervert, and The Boy’s Own Jedi Handbook series originated at Calgary’s Ground Zero Theatre. In 2002, his play Mary’s Wedding premiered at Alberta Theatre Projects’ playRites Festival and won the 2000 Alberta Playwriting Competition, the 2002 Betty Mitchell Award for Best New Play, and the 2003 Gwen Pharis Ringwood Award for Drama at the Alberta Literary Awards. Mary’s Wedding continues to be produced throughout the US, Canada, and the UK. In 2006, The Oxford Roof Climber’s Rebellion was produced as a co-production between the Tarragon Theatre and the Great Canadian Theatre Company, and was a hit off-Broadway in 2007. The play won the 2007 Canadian Authors Association Carol Bolt Award and the 2007 Gwen Paris Ringwood Award for Drama at the Alberta Literary Awards. Stephen’s filmwriting credits include Ginger Snaps Back: The Beginning and The Dark. He has a BFA in drama from the University of Calgary.

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Stephen Tobias, Director

Stephen is one of the founding members of the SJTC having been involved since its inception in 1990. As Executive Director he has overseen over 100 SJTC productions. As a director, Stephen has recently worked on: Romeo & Juliet, The Rocky Horror Show and Marco Polo: The Musical. As an actor, Stephen has been featured in Diary of Anne Frank, An Enemy of the People, Red, The Producers, Dracula, The Guys and Guys and Dolls.

Kenzie Delo

(Dartmouth, NS)

Charlie

Kenzie Delo hails from Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, where his love of performing led him, as a student, to create and act in shows in the Halifax Fringe for several years. He graduated first from the Fountain School of Performing Arts and then from the National Theatre School of Canada. We are proud to have Kenzie as part of the Mary’s Wedding team.

Kenzie Delo Headshot
Kenzie Delo Headshot

Kenzie Delo

(Dartmouth, NS)

Charlie

Kenzie Delo hails from Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, where his love of performing led him, as a student, to create and act in shows in the Halifax Fringe for several years. He graduated first from the Fountain School of Performing Arts and then from the National Theatre School of Canada. We are proud to have Kenzie as part of the Mary’s Wedding team.

Caroline Bell

(Quispamsis, NB)

Mary

Caroline Bell is from Quispamsis, NB, where she first starred as Tree #2 and never looked back. A recent graduate of George Brown’s Theatre Performance Program, Caroline has had the great joy of performing in many Saint John and Toronto productions including: Cecily in The Importance of Being Earnest (Ravenous Theatre); Girlie in A Girl Should Know Her Etiquette (self-created); Helena in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Helen of Troy in The Penelopiad (George Brown Theatre School); and Improviser in [INSERT TITLE HERE] The Musical! (Improvisation Corporation). Her role as Juliet in Saint John Theatre Company’s bilingual Romeo and Juliet when she was fifteen was a huge moment and inspired her to pursue this career as well as this wonderful program! She is so happy to be back sharing with the community that made her excited about acting in the first place, and snuggling with her cat.

Caroline Bell

(Quispamsis, NB)

Mary

Caroline Bell is from Quispamsis, NB, where she first starred as Tree #2 and never looked back. A recent graduate of George Brown’s Theatre Performance Program, Caroline has had the great joy of performing in many Saint John and Toronto productions including: Cecily in The Importance of Being Earnest (Ravenous Theatre); Girlie in A Girl Should Know Her Etiquette (self-created); Helena in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Helen of Troy in The Penelopiad (George Brown Theatre School); and Improviser in [INSERT TITLE HERE] The Musical! (Improvisation Corporation). Her role as Juliet in Saint John Theatre Company’s bilingual Romeo and Juliet when she was fifteen was a huge moment and inspired her to pursue this career as well as this wonderful program! She is so happy to be back sharing with the community that made her excited about acting in the first place, and snuggling with her cat.