COLE J. ALVIS-  Georgie

Originally from rural Alberta, Cole’s recent theatre credits include: Travis in his new play, Disciple (Buddies in Bad Times Theatre), Ryan in Four Ways ‘Til Rain by T. Berto (Toronto Fringe), Private Wicks in The Fort At York (Crate Productions), the lead role in Nelly Boy (SummerWorks – Outstanding Performance, NOW Magazine) and member of the creative ensemble in the Dora nominated Gorey Story (The Thistle Project).
Upcoming: Directing Address to the Jury by David Hughes at the Toronto Fringe Festival.
Cole is the Co-Artistic Director of (plural productions) and holds a BFA in Acting from York University.


A native of Tirana, Albania Indrit moved to Toronto, Canada in his early teens. Indrit has worked as an actor, director, producer, writer, choreographer and dancer. Most recently, he just wrapped up shooting a short film, Lucious and Sumat, with Genie Nominated producer Steven Bray. He has just returned from a European Tour with the Toronto based company CORPUS after a series of performances in various theatre/dance festivals. Indrit is a current member of GYM (Canstage); Co-Producer for Princess Productions (Edmonton) and Artistic Producer for lemonTree theatre creations (Toronto).
Acting: Gjergj Kastrioti (The Red Devil/ Summerworks 2008, Best Ensemble, NOW Magazine) Abhimanyu (The Death of Abhimanyu, Workshop/Theatre Direct) Romeo (Rosaline/ Edmonton Fringe Festival); Simeonov Pischik (Cherry Orchard/ NTS); Luka (The Bear/ Zanni Arte Productions); Peter (Whispering Lodge/Toronto Fringe). Indrit is a graduate of the National Theatre School of Canada.


John is very excited to be a part of the “Deathwatch” cast. He is originally from Winnipeg and studied theater at George Brown College. Recent credits include: 72 Hour Survival Guide(Three Sheets/TO & WPG Fringe); Tales of Hans Christian Anderson(Touring Players); Much Ado About Nothing(Gairbraid Theater); The Great Storm(Gairbraid Theater); and he can be seen as the little blue Encore Lottery man on tv!


A graduate of the York University BFA program in Acting. He recently returned from the Northern Ontario Tour of Pimooteewin (The Journey), the first Cree-language opera, set to go on its National tour next year.  Other stage credits include: How we forgot here: The First Movement (The Movement Project )Lovers and Other Strangers (Something/Something Players) The Journey (Pimooteewin) (Soundstreams Canada / World Premiere) 365 Plays/365 Days, Jeffery, Autobahn (Theatre Best/Before), Terrorism, Taming of the Shrew (Royal Porcupine Productions), Shakespeare to the School (Theatre by the Bay), He Who Gets Slapped (U of T Graduate Drama Center), Balm in Gilead (Column 13 Actors), Let’s Talk About Beds (Backburner Productions/Toronto Fringe Festival 2006). Ryan Symington has engaged Director Michael Greyeyes to develop his one man show A love story called Peaches, set to hit the stage Autumn 2009.
Thank you to Mom, Dad, Grandma and Grandpa for their continued love and support and to my sisters in Christie Pitts who makes everything in this world worth it.

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