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CAST & CREW – Catered Crime

Directors Notes – Brian March

Radio plays are a funny creature. Create an audio world only or as our mantra became “Visualization through sound”. In many ways more complicated than stage acting because of the many things you can portray visually. It does give one more appreciation for what was produced in the past on radio. But thanks to a cast who was ready to dig deep into their parts, and the fine technical work of Brian D’Eon, we were able to put together A Catered Crime and learned some things along the way. Thanks to Greg for the script.

Brian March

Brian D’Eon

Brian D’Eon

Announcer, Sound Editing/Tech

D’Eon is a writer who lives in Nelson, British Columbia, Canada. His writing pursuits have been forged largely in the fires of live theatre where, for thirty years, he has participated as an actor, director and playwright. Four of his stage plays have been produced locally and one in St. John’s, Newfoundland. During the last two decades, Brian has also produced more than a dozen original radio dramas plus radio adaptations of famous classical scripts like Oedipus Rex and Macbeth. Of all possible theatrical endeavours, Brian thinks radio drama is the most fun.
Lesley Lee

Lesley Lee

Capulet Montague

Lesley last appeared onstage at Ladysmith Little Theatre in Spring Shorts, and her voice can be heard in the radio plays The Chat,  Blackout and Happy as the Larks. She appreciates the opportunity to participate in these radio plays and to connect, at least digitally, with theatre friends and our audiences. A big bonus is not having to memorize her lines!
Ann McInulty Gogo

Ann McInulty Gogo

Merle Morton

Ann has been an active member in community theatre both on and off the stage for 30+ years. Most recent credits include LLT’s Savannah Sipping Society (hair/acting), NTG’s Diary of Anne Frank (hair design) and in the radio play Sirens. It’s always an honour to participate amongst such talent and energy.
Bruce Ormond

Bruce Ormond

Morty Morton

Bruce has enjoyed working on Catered Crime. The process was a lot of fun and we hope that it shows in the final cut!  Thank you to all of you listeners for supporting community theatre!  We look forward to having you “see” us real soon.
Jesse Wilson

Jesse Wilson

Sergeant O’Hennessy

Right after finishing Sirens and Visitor from Planet Z, Jesse is thrilled to work on more radio plays! Working with various Theatre companies around the Island, he always loves working with LLT.
Brian March

Brian March

Director

Brian has worked with most of the Nanimo area theatre groups as a director, actor, writer and producer.
He has been involved with theatre for close to forty years and has enjoyed the opportunity of working with the talented actors and crew on Greg Finnegan’s radio play, Catered Crime.