SWEENEY TODD: The DEMON BARBER of FLEET STREET
Performed at the Octave Theatre, 711 Dalton located inside the French Cultural Centre

WRITTEN BY Hugh Wheeler
MUSIC BY Stephen Sondheim
LYRICS BY Stephen Sondheim

DIRECTED BY Michael Sheppard
PRODUCED BY Austin Schaefer


"Production is a cut above the rest!"

(Kingston Whig Standard)

 


The Production Team


Director- Michael Sheppard

Producers- Austin Schaefer
Music Director- Jay Jantz
Vocal Director- Justine Lord
Production Manager- Allison Vanek
Technical Director- Talia Harrison-Marcassa
Stage Manager- Carin Ann Crabtree
Set Designer- Cameron Lapp
Lighting Designer- Kevin Tanner
Costume Designer-
Jayme Cocoran
Makeup Design- Shanleigh Chrustie
Scenic Design- Lauren Runions
Head of Wardrobe- Chelsea Randell
Assistant Stage Manager- Marta McDonald
Publicity- Matt McFedrige, Adrian Cronk
Props Manager- Sara Jackson
Front of House- Josh Blackstock, Shelby Arnold, Will Cunningham, Brianna Roberts, Ciara Roberts



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The Cast

JORDAN RICHARDS (Sweeney Todd)
MEGAN SCARBOROUGH (Mrs. Lovett)
JON BELL (Judge Turpin)
CHARLOTTE STEWART-JUBY (Johanna)
KYLE DOLPHIN (Anthony)
NICOLE BUSCEMA (The Beggar Woman)
ADAM HOLROYD (The Beadle)
HAILEY HILL (Toby)
MIKE COX (Pirelli)

DYLAN HAYDEN (Ballad Soloist)
KATIE HINCHLIFFE (Ballad Soloist)
BECKY KIRBY (Ballad Soloist)
MAX TURNER (Ballad Soloist)
NOEL GUSCOTT (Ballad Soloist)
SUE DEL-MEI (Ballad Soloist)
OLIVIA O'SHEA (Ballad Soloist)

DANIELLA RICHARDS (Ensemble)
BENJAMIN JENSEN- REID (Ensemble)
JESSICA HARDING (Ensemble)
MACKENZIE CHILDS (Ensemble)
KYLA DEWY (Ensemble)
HATTIE PERKINS (Ensemble)
SIGNY LYNCH (Ensemble)

THE REVIEW IN THE WHIG:

“Production is a cut above the rest, It shouldn't be missed.”

“Jordan Richards has had leading roles now in three Blue Canoe musicals and is most engaging here as Sweeney”

“Megan Scarborough plays Mrs. Lovett as a chatty, friendly sort that makes her character even funnier.”

“Jon Bell has a wonderful baritone voice that makes him even more villainous as the judge.”

“ Adam Holroyd is properly thuggish as the Beadle, he has a hilarious moment in the second act singing parlor songs with Mrs. Lovett.”

“Charlotte Stewart-Juby's classically trained voice stands out above the others”

“The Ballad Singers that follow the action around are compelling. Seldom standing up, they leer and add a beautiful air of corruption to the proceedings. And they all are stellar singers.”

“ What gives this production its striking visual nature is actually through its makeup.”