Month: November 2021

Miranda Croft

Miranda Croft

Miranda is so excited to be back on the RCTC stage this holiday season. No stranger to performing, Miranda grew up taking dance and theatre classes from a young age. She continues her dance training, mainly tap, through local dance companies in the lower mainland. Her past credits include Starlight Radio Theatre Show (Fraser Valley Stage) Romeo and Juliet (Bard in the Valley) Snow White the Panto (RCTC) The Wizard of Oz (Imagine That! Productions). Miranda wishes everyone a wonderful holiday season and hopes to see you back next year.

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Stefani Delišimunović

Stefani Delišimunović

Stef is so happy to be back working with The Royal Canadian Theatre Company. She started her musical theatre journey with them in 2008 and is so honoured to be joining them in Alice in Wonderland! Stef is a 2019 graduate of the triple threat program at Randolph College for the Performing Arts in Toronto. Her favourite credits include, Ensemble (Spamalot- WRPC) Donna/Oolie (City of Angels-RCPA), Astrid (Once Upon a Fairytale-Capricorn Prod.) Hope (Urinetown-Lindbjerg). Stef would like to thank her friends and family for all the endless love and support! CHEERS!

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Jacqueline Bruce

Jacqueline Bruce

Jacqueline is so excited that theatre is back on and she can reprise her role as Principal Boy, this year as Prince Argent. Jacqueline has been performing in pantomimes with Royal Canadian Theatre Company for well over a decade, and going to see Ellie’s pantos for over two! You may have seen her in recent roles such as Prince Roland (Snow White), Sinbad (Sinbad, the Pirate, and the Dinosaur), and Puss (Puss in Boots). She’s thrilled to be back on the stage and she hopes you enjoy being back in the audience!

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Aeron Elcheshen

Aeron Elcheshen

Aeron is excited to re-enter the wonderful world of panto after a year of not being able to. She is overjoyed to play the role of Dormouse as the funky, sleepy sidekick. You may have seen her as Pippa in “Spiders Web” (RCTC), Hansel in “Hansel & Gretel & the Strolling Players” (RCTC) and in Queens Park as multiple Shakespearean characters with Shadows & Dreams Theatre Co.

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Kamil Uzmasson

Kamil Uzmasson

The past 3 years have been quite an adventure for Kamil Uzmasson: from sharing an elevator with Meryl Streep to seeing the back of Timothee Chalamet’s head.

But little did they know that soon all of that would be left behind and they would find themselves in Wonderland playing the very character who has inspired their erratic and absurd behaviour – the March Hare of course.

This would be Kamil’s first pantomime and hopefully first of many.

In the past, Kamil spent a time and a half in Ottawa performing theatre with some absurd people and then marched on over to Toronto to do more of that and somehow eventually ended up on the shores of BC.

They are quite excited to be ‘Hare’ and around some really funky humans and are looking forward to all the absurdity.

Enjoy the show all you funky humans and have a cuppa tea!

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Michael Widman

Michael Widman

Alice in Wonderland marks Mike’s 7th Panto with the RCTC in as many years. Well, sort of. Look, nobody’s counting 2020 as an actual year, right? 2020 was madder than a hatter – which coincidentally is the role Mike is playing this year. The “Mad Hatter”, that is, not “2020”. Glad we got that sorted. Now let’s enjoy the show!

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Victoria Ferreira

Victoria Ferreira

Victoria Ferreira is not a stranger to theatre performance. She found her love for theatre in High School where she played Ariel in the play “Game of Tiaras-2019” and Janine in “The Craving-2020”. This is her first performance since then, and she is extremely grateful for the opportunity to perform again after what happened in the world for the past year. She is also so excited to join the RCTC panto family. “I hope you guys love the show and have lots of fun watching it! It is such a honour to perform in such an amazing Panto!”

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Nikola Trotzuk

Nikola Trotzuk

It feels positively evil to be back on stage and Nikola is thrilled to make his undoubtedly dastardly debut with RCTC this year in Alice and Wonderland!

Some of his previous theater credits include Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Gallery 7), Once Upon a Fairytale (Capricorn Theatre), and The Complete Works of William Shakespeare: Abridged (Bard In The Valley).

He invites you to enjoy the show, laugh and cheer loudly, and boo if you dare!

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Rebecca Trotzuk

Rebecca Trotzuk

It’s that time again folks and we are so happy to have you! Rebecca Trotzuk is returning to the stage as this year’s Fairy Fuchsia and can’t wait to share the long, LONG, awaited adventure with everyone. After almost 2 years without performing she took part in a short revision of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” (Shadows and Dreams) with a handful of close friends and is ready for more. Rebecca is excited to break out the glitter and lashes once again for her 6th production with Royal Canadian Theatre Company’s annual pantomime. She hopes you have fun, and don’t forget to cheer!

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Devon Furtado

Devon Furtado

Devon Furtado is excited to be playing the “White Rabbit” in this year’s Pantomime. He has been a part of RCTC for 5+ years and hopefully 5 more.

He is also known as “Kesh!” in Surrey as a celebrated artist in music. He hopes to get better with his music minor at Simon Fraser University and major in Communications.

He would like to thank his mom, dad, friends, and family but he ran out of word count. 🙂

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