Promotional photography by Kieran Potter with edits by Michael K. Potter
CINDY PASTORIUS as Maureen Folan
Cindy is humbled to have been given this incredible role. Previous credits with Post Productions include roles in True West, Stop Kiss,Another Fucking Christmas Play, and Pry It From My Cold Dead Hands. Her passions include doing shows with Post Productions (and other companies), cooking, baking, and being a GRANDMA! She hopes you all love Maureen as much as she does. Thanks to Carl & Julia for putting up with her!
HEATHER HAUSMANN as Mag Folan
Heather is so excited to be doing a Post Productions show for the very first time! She has performed in professional and community productions in Windsor and elsewhere. Fave roles are Sally in Cabaret, Amy in Company, and Bet in Oliver! She was completely bummed after rehearsing the role of Velma Kelly in Chicago when Covid did us in! When she isn’t acting and singing she is a doctor and mom to the coolest chic ever.
COLIN ZORZIT as Ray Dooley
Although Colin should be married and climbing a mountain in Vancouver with his wife right now, he is absolutely thrilled to be back at the Shadowbox Theatre! As somebody who prefers to work behind the scenes, he has recently ventured onto the stage with the help of the kind folks at Post Productions and Korda, most recently as Prince Charming and Robin Hood in the last two Korda Holiday Pantos and as Hansel/Cop #2 in Pry it From My Cold Dead Hands. He would like to thank his D&D group for their patience and allowing him to pursue what he loves.
JOEY OUELLETTE as Pato Dooley
Joey researched this role extensively by sampling dozens of different kinds of biscuits from Ireland and around the world (for context). Kimberley’s are definitely in the bottom three. You might have seen Joey in Post Productions’ Equus, American Buffalo, and Fatboy – and you may have seen the production of his script, A Haunting in E Flat, which won the 2018 Windsor-Essex Playwriting Contest. When not on stage he can be found training his five cats in acrobatic routines and receiving counselling for his recent penguin obsession. Fun fact: penguins are specially adapted to sink!