equus - cast
martin ouellette as martin dysart
Martin Ouellette was born and raised in Windsor, a mecca to which he returned after two decades in the trenches of a Toronto entertainment scene here he appeared in dozens of television commercials and fronted a touring rock band. Recent local acting credits include Bobby in Korda’s Company, Beast in WLMT’s Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, and Captain Hook in Korda’s Peter Panto. Recent directing credits include The Pirates of Penzance, Evil Dead: The
Musical, and Not Another High School Murder! for Extension-Korda and the upcoming Macbeth (with Sean Westlake) for Korda Artistic Productions. Martin is represented by Hailey Joy of Fusion Talent.
nikolas prsa as alan strang
Nikolas Prsa is making his Post Productions debut. A graduate of St. Joseph's High School and a voracious consumer of local productions of all sorts, Nik previously appeared as a chorus member in Windsor Light Music Theatre's productions of The King and I, Mary Poppins, Sister Act, and Beauty and the Beast. In addition, he worked as a backstage crew member for WLMT's youth productions of Aladdin Jr. and Peter Pan Jr.
joey ouellette as frank strang
Joey has participated in more than 500 different productions -- most recently Spirals and Best
For You with The Purple Theatre Company, Big Green Sky and Riveter with Windsor Feminist Theatre, Yellow Vines and The Man Who Married A Chicken with Paperknife Theatre. His plays have been produced all over North America.
michele legere as dora strang
Michele Legere joins Equus as her first show with Post Productions. She was recently seen as
Joan in Strangers Among Us with Korda Artistic Productions. Last year, Michele received the
Best Actress in a Lead Performance award at the Western Ontario Drama League Festival for
her role as Nora for Ghostlight Players’ Better Living. For that same show, she went on to earn a
nomination for Best Performance in a Lead Role in Ottawa at the Theatre Ontario Festival.
Michele can next be seen in the upcoming production of The Drowning Girls with Ghostlight
kimberley babb as hesther salomon
Kim is making her Post Productions debut in Equus. Previously, she has performed in shows
with Windsor Light Music Theatre (The Wizard of Oz; The King and I; Joseph and the Amazing
Technicolor Dreamcoat; Mary Poppins; The Little Mermaid; Sister Act; Beauty and the Beast;
and Mamma Mia!), Cardinal Music Productions (Little Shop of Horrors), Korda Artistic
Productions (Mr. Burns; Star Warped: May the Farce be With You), and Migration Hall (Winter
nicole coffman as jill mason
Nicole Coffman started in film production in 2008 and has since worked on Nara (Splice Productions) and Found Footage (81 Entertainment). She has been a writer, director and producer for many local music videos and her own short films - winning Best Script/Art Direction in student showcases and Best Music Video at the Wayne State film festival. Although she is a newcomer to theatre, she has been active in live performance through spoken word poetry events, burlesque, and more recently stand-up comedy.
mitch snaden as harry dalton
Mitch Snaden was last seen in Windsor Light Music Theatre’s productions of Singing in the Rain and Mamma Mia. His past credits include numerous shows with Theatre Windsor, Korda Artistic Productions and as the Devil in Damn Yankees, another Windsor Light show. While living in London he was in King Lear at the McManus Theatre, and in various shows with London Community Players. Mitch can be seen in the upcoming film The Quick and The Dirty.
dylan macdonald as the young horseman
Dylan MacDonald is a local actor last seen as Lee in True West (Post Productions). Other notable
theatrical roles include Vince in Tape, Bassanio in The Merchant of Venice, Bobby in American
Buffalo, Jason Posner in Wit. Recently Dylan finished teaching Improvisation 101 in association
with Post Productions and future courses are forthcoming. He was trained in improvisation and
comedy by The Second City, Toronto.
anna rosati-loft as nurse
Anna is no stranger to the local theatre scene, wearing many hats. Recently she stage managed
a Shakespeare production of Love Labour's Lost (Ghostlight Players); she now must wear a
nurse's cap to portray the tough-as-nails caregiver in Equus. She is thrilled to be back on stage
in this very challenging and dramatic piece of work. Her credits include Lost in Yonkers (winning
best supporting actress as Aunt Gert) for Theatre Windsor, It's a Wonderful Life, Cemetery Club,
Tony and Tina's Wedding and This is a Play. Saddle up and get ready for a ride you will never
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