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Bloomsday by Steven Dietz

In partnership with the Irish Real Life Festival

Join us for an Irish time-travel love story that urges us to make the most of the present - before it is past. Robert travels to Dublin hoping to reunite with Cait, the woman who captured his heart during a James Joyce literary tour 35 years ago.  As time bends and twists, they encounter their younger selves, and relive the events that brought them so briefly together.

Meet the cast

DIRECTOR: Ciarán Myers is an award-winning playwright and co-Artistic Director of the Informal Upright Theatre Collective. He is also a multi-published poet, champion Irish dancer, and doting father. Directing credits include original works, Creation Story, Coffee Bombs, and Hum-Buzz, as well as Dancing in the Rain by Makenzie Whittle and Down the Fox Hole by Nathaniel Voll (forthcoming). Ciarán studied directing extra-curricularly at the Traverse Theatre in Edinburgh. 

ROBERT: Douglas Beattie is a director, actor, playwright, and producer.  Since 1984, he has produced and directed the Wingfield stage plays.  For several years, he was the producing artistic director of Touchmark Theatre.  Doug directed Lost & Found's The Tinker's Wedding as well as a staged reading of his play Blessings in Disguise.  Most recently, Doug directed this season's reading of The Importance of Being Earnest.

ROBBIE: Richard Marchment appeared three years' running in Charles Dickens Writes A Christmas Carol, and just last December in A Lost & Found Christmas.  Favourite credits elsewhere include The Drowsy Chaperone, A Chorus Line, Spring Awakening, and The Tempest.

CAIT: Christy Ziss has appeared in numerous Lost & Found productions and originated the role of Mrs. Dickens in Charles Dickens etc etc.  Most recently, she portrayed Miss Prism in our reading of The Importance of Being Earnest.  Christy is also the co-artistic director of Theatre Baddeck in beautiful Cape Breton.

CATHLEEN: Meghan DeChastelain is a recent University of Windsor grad with a BFA in Acting, appearing in many productions, including playing Milli in Queen Milli of Galt by our favourite playwright, Gary Kirkham.  Recently she played Cecily in our reading of The Importance of Being Earnest. Other credits: Newmarket National 10-Minute Play festival and nomination for best actress in the U of Windsor Film Festival.

Performance Dates:

Wednesday and Saturday, March 13 and 16, 2019 @7:30pm

Location:

Registry Theatre

122 Frederick Street, Kitchener