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KYLE GOLEMBAis an actor, singer, dancer, writer, and cabaret artist. Theatrical credits include: Les Feux Follets and Something Wonderful! (Charlottetown Festival); Anne of Green Gables (Gilbert, Stage West); The Sound of Music (Rolf, Neptune Theatre); Anne and Gilbert (Roy, Harbourfront Theatre); Cinderella (Prince Christopher, Grand Theatre); and Guys and Dolls (Gen. Cartwright, Talk is Free Theatre). He was a company member at The Stratford Festival for five seasons, where he played Andy in 42nd Street, Gremio in Kiss Me, Kate, A-rab in West Side Story, and appeared as an understudy as Bill (Kate), Connie (The Grapes of Wrath), Peter (Jesus Christ Superstar), and Che (Evita). He has also been an Ensemble member at the Shaw Festival, where credits include Major Barbara, Guys and Dolls (Calvin), Cabaret (Bobby), and Juno and the Paycock (Mobilizer). His film/TV credits include: Queer as Folk (Showtime) and Hairspray (New Line Cinema). In addition to his acting work, Kyle enjoys writing both fiction and his blog.
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ADAM WHITEfirst discovered the richness of Canadian musical theatre with Charlotte Moore’s album Friends on Mine, and was immediately captivated by the repertoire.  In 2006, a concert of Canadian content presented by ScriptLab inspired and entertained, and he happily discovered that the writers were every bit as “nice” and accessible as the typical Canadian:  soon after he met and studied with Jim Betts, Leslie Arden, Marek Norman, and Joey Miller.  Adam was determined to discover all he could about Canadian shows and writers, and to showcase the repertoire whenever possible.


A performer, musical director and teacher, Adam is proud to have been a part of several Canadian works, including performing in One Step Forward (Talk Is Free Theatre), and From Broaway to King Street (Niagara Theatre Projects), a revue featuring Canadian musical theatre, and creating the role of Ray in Tee Schneider’s hockey drama The Shift.  As a musical director he has worked on Smile Theatre’s three-actor adaptation of Anne of Green Gables, and the ScriptLab workshops of several new Canadian musicals.  Adam’s first musical performance was Matthew Cuthbert (at age 24) in Anne of Green Gables, and ever since he has held the show and story dear.


In addition to a cabaret series with Kyle Golemba, Adam has been musical director for ‘Tis the Season (Smile Theatre), Hair (TYT), and A New Brain (Theatre Sheridan.  As an actor, Adam has played the Tin Man in The Wizard of Oz (Empire Theatre), Cosme McMoon in Glorious! (Stage West Calgary and Globus Theatre), and appeared in The Full Monty (Empire Theatre).


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