A Prince Albert Christmas Carol
Brought to You By:
Mitch & Sheila
Malcolm started his acting career in Thompson Manitoba , snagging the lead role of Sky Masterson in “Guys and Dolls”in 1988. Arriving in P.A. in 1990 he helped found Broadway North, and appeared in most of their shows along with Odyssey and P.A. Players shows. Many many shows until his mind started going, and he is reduced to reading the lines, like tonight. And drooling
Adreanna is an actor, director, sketch writer and the founder of Off the Cuff Improv & Interactive. In 2019 she and her team created and performed a series of original works for Wheatland Express Excursion Train (and they'll be back at it in 2021).
Other past notable credits include Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead (Persephone Theatre); Mary's Wedding, Macbeth, And Then There Were None (Spark Theatre); The Three Musketeers, Barefoot in the Park, Strawberries in January (Odyssey Productions); and the movie Run Wolf, Run, written and directed by Carli Robertson.
Next up you'll be able to see her in Spark Theatre's production of Drowning Girls in March of 2021
Dr. Stan Oleksinski
Stan is a doctor at the Westhill medical clinic who has been honored by the Victoria Hospital Foundation’s Doctors Gala and the Saskatchewan College of Family Physicians and has also generously donated, along with his wife Lizbeth, to the Rose Garden Hospice Foundation
Shona works in the finance department of the Prince Albert Grand Council. She is originally from North Battleford and moved to PA over 30 years ago. She discovered she had a love for being on stage when she was asked to be part of Tomson Highways The Rez Sisters. Since then she has been involved in many great productions in PA such as Spark’s MacBeth and Calendar Girl’s, Prince Albert Community Player’s A Jack of All Diamonds and Odyssey’s Four Wedding’s and an Elvis and Four Old Broads Goes to Sea. She also done some behind the scenes work on Spark’s Legend of Sleepy Hollow and Odyssey’s A Streetcar Named Desire,
Peter Lozinski is the editor of the Prince Albert Daily Herald and a 2020 CBC Future 40 winner. He’s previously appeared with Odyssey in Streetcar Named Desire and Three Musketeers, and with Broadway North in Mamma Mia! He’s excited to return (virtually) to the stage and would like to thank Odyssey for the opportunity.
Roxanne Dicke who is the Artistic Director for Spark Theatre Group and someone who has been a wonderful asset and tireless advocate to the theatre arts in Prince Albert. Roxanne is the General Manager at the EA Rawlinson Centre for the Arts. She has spent more than 20 years as an arts educator, administrator and director, having directed such wonderful shows as MacBeth and The Rez Sisters. She is a freelance theatre artist and is also the Artistic Director for both the Broadway North and Broadway North Youth Company’s.
Ryan is a teacher at the Prince Albert Collegiate and the director of their Drama program. He has been part of the Prince Albert theatre scene since 2003 lending his talents to many different theatre companies around the city including Odyssey Productions
Teena Monteleone is a local journalist with the Jim Patterson Group, broadcaster and certified crazy hockey Mom. In high school she dabbled in drama, but her critics say she likely hit her peak in Grade 5 when she created Oscar worthy buzz in her performance as 'Uncle BeatNick' in her elementary school's annual Christmas concert. She promises this performance to be just as riveting
In 20 years of stand up comedy Kelly has done every major comedy festival multiple times. He has his own comedy special in the comedy Network. Winner of the Canadian College Comedian of the year. 3 time finalist for search of Canada’s next top comic. He has toured the world, and entertained the troops in Kuwait, Thailand, Oman, and Afghanistan
Kim Morrall is currently the President of Odyssey Productions, which keeps her quite busy, but, apparently, Kim likes to be busy as she also has four kids, is an artist with the Kyla Art Group, wrote a book called Baba and Me, which she's hoping to make into a movie, acts with Odyssey, Off the Cuff Improv and the occasional movie starring Gina Gershon and Chuck Liddel (Cagefighter: Worlds Collide) just to name a few of the other things Kim does. Apparently Kim also doesn't like to sleep. She hopes you enjoy the show and wishes everyone Happy Holidays and hopes you all keep safe, healthy and happy in the new year.