Vincent Forcier: Eddie Foy /Sister Anne

Vincent has built a reputation of being a jack of all trades with his unique blend of theatre and movement. His ability to vary between acting, directing, improv, dance, and more; sets him apart from the typical. Notable acting credits include: Pool (no water) (Timms Stage), The Tall Building (Sterling award nomination, Azimuth Theatre), Beckett's Shorts (Sterling award nomination), and DOG (Winner: 2 Sterling awards, Surreal SoReal Theatre), The Ambassador's Wives, Scent of Compulsion (Teatro La Quindicina) and Stickboy (Vancouver Opera). As a choreographer and dancer he has toured in collaboration with Brian Webb Dance (Edm.), Dancer’s Studio West (Cal.), New Dance Horizons (Reg.) and Winnipeg Contemporary Dancers (Win.) Vincent is a member of the ensemble for Die Nasty The Live Improvised Soap Opera as well as a player with Rapid Fire Theatre. He also co-founded the award winning Surreal SoReal Theatre. He has been described as scarily eloquent both physically and mentally in the Edmonton Journal and was recently awarded a Jessie (Vancouver Theatre Award) for best actor in a TYA production for Le Portrait Gooble (Theatre La Seixieme). Vincent holds a B.F.A – Acting from the University of Alberta.

Amber Lewis : Fancy Clown

Stage: Oedipus the King (U of A), The End of Civilization, Adult Entertainment (Punctuate! Theatre), Don’t Dress For Dinner (The Mayfield), King John, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Merchant of Venice, As You Like It, Henry V, Falstaff, Othello, Comedy of Errors (Bard on the Beach), The Importance of Being Earnest, The Philanderer (Arts Club), The Ugly One (Plan B Collective), Saint Joan, South Pacific (Chemainus Theatre). Film and TV: It’s Not My Fault (And I Don’t Care Anyway) (Mosaic Entertainment), Supernatural (CW), Shattered (Global), Skew (Sleep Apnea Productions - Best Actress, Salty Horror Film Fest). Amber is a graduate of George Brown Theatre School in Toronto.

Richelle Thoreson : Faerie Queen

Richelle is co-founder and Executive Director of Toy Guns Dance Theatre in addition to being a full time dancer with the company. Toy Guns has taken her across the country performing in parks, mattress galleries, parkades, and major theatrical venues across Canada. She has been dancing for over 16 years, training in ballet, lyrical, jazz, contemporary, and tap. She has also had the opportunity to teach and choreograph, for which she has received numerous choreography awards. She has been featured in award winning film and theatrical work including three 5-star Fringe productions in the past two years. Her favourite role to date was in Bright Lights, Cold Water (Watching Netflix at 3am Questioning Your Mortality) by Jake W Hastey. Most recently, Toy Guns was awarded the title of Edmonton’s Best Dance Company for the second year in a row by Vue Magazine. Richelle is very excited to be a part of the Canadian Premiere of Burning Bluebeard!

Stephanie Wolfe: Nellie Reed the Fairy Aerialist

The first time Stephanie read Burning Bluebeard she got the goosebump experience and was immediately hooked. She has been training with Firefly Theatre and Circus for the past 4 years and is a founding member of Edmonton's Canadian Comedy Award winning Completely Improvised Soap Opera, Die-Nasty, now in its 25 season. Most recently, Stephanie completed shooting season 4 of Tiny Plastic Men.  A theatre veteran, some of her favourite shows include Angels in America, Part 2 Perestroika, for the Citadel, Boeing Boeing for The Mayfield Dinner Theatre,  Mad Forest for ThePhoenix Theatre, Problem Child and The End of Civilization for Theatre Network, Much Ado About Nothing for The Free Will Shakespeare Festival, and The Rules of Irene for Teatro La Quindicina. Recent film credits include 40 Below and Falling, and A Louder Silence, both being screened at film festivals across the country. Future engagements include The Last Resort at the Mayfield and The Search for signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe at the brand new Varscona Theatre for Teatro La Quindicina. Stephanie has received numerous nominations and is the recipient of both an AMPIA and an Elizabeth Sterling Hayes Award for her work.

John Ullyatt: Robert Murray the Stage Manager

John is probably best known for his work at the Citadel Theatre, where he has appeared in One Man, Two Guvs, The Pillowman, I Am My Own Wife, The Rocky Horror Show, and Death of a Salesman.  He has just returned from The Segal Centre in Funny Girl.  His job has taken him all over the country.  He has also appeared for seven seasons with Freewill Players in Coriolanus, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, As You Like It, Twelfth Night and Richard III.  John is co founder of Firefly Theatre whose creations include Craniatrium, Duck Duck Bang, The 21st Century Gargoyles, and The Human Fountain.

Braydon Dowler-Coltman: Henry Gilfoil / Bluebeard

Braydon is a proud Edmonton-based theatre artist. Select theatre credits include: That’s Danger! (AWHC), Passion Play (Wild Side Productions), Tarzan (Broadway Live Broadway), Banquo in Macbeth, Splendor in the Grass (University of Alberta), Bloody Poetry, Love’s Labour’s Lost, Leonardo in Blood Wedding (Studio Theatre), A Christmas Carol, Peter Pan, Oliver!, The Pillowman (Citadel Theatre), and a co-written/performed piece: A Perspective on Something Important (Edmonton Fringe). Braydon received a BFA in Acting at the University of Alberta. He is thrilled to be working on this ensemble based production, with the incredible talents that surround him. 

Edmonton Actors Theatre engages under the terms of the INDIE 2.1, professional Artists who are members of Canadian Actors' Equity Association.