Is proud to present
Les Misérables - School Edition
Performed entirely by students
A musical by ALAIN BOUBLIL and CLAUDE-MICHEL SHÖNBERG
Based on the novel by VICTOR HUGO
Music by CLAUDE-MICHEL SCHÖNBERG
Lyrics by HERBERT KRETZMER
Original French text by ALAIN BOUBLIL and JEAD-MARC NATEL
Additional material by JAMES FENTON
Adapted by TREVOR NUNN and JOHN CAIRD
Original Orchestrations by JOHN CAMERON
New Orchestrations by CHRISTOPHER JAHNKE
STEPHEN METCALFE and STEPHEN BROOKER
Originally Produced by CAMERON MACKINTOSH
School Edition specially adapted licensed by
MUSIC THEATRE INTERNATIONAL and CAMERON MACKINTOSH (OVERSEAS) LTD.
DIRECTED BY: Calvin Laveck
MUSICAL DIRECTION BY: Jillian Durham
CHOREOGRAPHY BY: Caleigh Farrow
PRODUCER: Angela Drainville
PRODUCTION MANAGER: Scott Thorp
PRODUCTION COORDINATOR: Brenda Pilatzke-Vanier
SET DESIGN: Josh Jansen
LIGHTING DESIGN: Katherine Kellner
SOUND DESIGN: Adam Pope
SET CONSTRUCTION: Josh Jansen, Chris Gwynne Thompson, Calvin Laveck, Scott Thorp
COSTUME DESIGN: Val McCallum
ASSISTANT COSTUME DESIGN: Audrey Sawyer
PROPERTIES: Scott Thorp
ASSISTANT STAGE MANAGER: Maeve Murray-Pilsworth
MARKETING SUPPORT: Kirsti Wallace
DIRECTOR OF PRODUCTION: Josh Jansen
TECHNICAL/BACKSTAGE MENTOR: Travis Hatt
SOUND TECHNICIAN: Adam Pope
LIGHTING TECHNICIAN: Katherine Kellner
STAGE HANDS: Scott Thorp, Chris Gwynne-Thompson
Les Misérables School Edition is presented through special arrangement with and all authorized materials are supplied by
Music Theatre International, New York, NY
Chain Gang, Convicts 1–5, Javert, Valjean, Farmer, Labourer, Bishop, Constables 1–2
At the End of the Day
Foreman, Workers 1–2, Woman, Girls 1–5, Workers, Fantine, Valjean, Chorus
I Dreamed a Dream
The Docks (Lovely Ladies)
Sailors 1–3, Prostitutes, Old Woman, Fantine, Sick Woman, Ladies 1–3, Bamatabois, Javert, Valjean
Bystanders, Another Bystander, Valjean, Onlookers 1–4, Fauchelevant, Javert
Fantine, Valjean, Javert
Young Cosette, Madame Thenardier
The Innkeeper’s Song
Thenardier, Madame Thenardier, Customers, Chorus
Valjean, Thenardier, Madame Thenardier, Young Cosette
Gavroche, Marius, Enjolras, Solo Urchin, Chorus
Madame Thenardier, Marius, Eponine, Thenardier, Valjean, Javert
Javert, Gavroche, Eponine, Marius
The ABC Café
Combeferre, Feuilly, Courfeyrac, Enjolras, Joly, Grantaire, Marius, Gavroche, Students
The People’s Song
Enjolras, Combeferre, Courfeyrac, Feuilly, Students, Chorus
Cosette, Valjean, Marius, Eponine
A Heart Full of Love
Marius, Cosette, Eponine
The Attack on Rue Plumet
Montparnasse, Babet, Thenardier, Brujon, Eponine, Marius, Valjean, Cosette
One Day More
Valjean, Marius, Cosette, Eponine, Enjolras, Javert, Thenardier, Madame Thenardier, Chorus
Building the Barricades
Enjolras, Javert, Marius, Eponine, Valjean, Army Officer, Chorus
Javert at the Barricade
Joly, Javert, Gavroche, Grantaire, Prouvaire, Enjolras, Marius, Eponine, Combeferre, Lesgles
The First Attack
Sentries 1–2, Enjolras, Feuillly, Lesgles, Grantaire, Valjean, Javert
Feuilly, Prouvaire, Joly, Grantaire, Marius, Valjean, Enjolras, Chorus
The Second Attack
Enjolras, Feuilly, Marius, Valjean, Gavroche, Lesgles, Joly
The Final Battle
Army Officer, Enjolras, Combeferre, Courfeyrac
Valjean, Javert, Women 1–8
The Café Song (Empty Chairs at Empty Tables)
Marius & Cosette
Cosette, Marius, Valjean
Major Domo, Thenardier, Marius, Madame Thenardier, Wedding Guests
Valjean, Fantine, Cosette, Marius, Eponine, Chorus
Convicts and Constables
Bishop of Digne
Ella Peschke, Heidi Vallier, Olivia Pilon, Atlin Potvin, Em Baker, Allison Keats, and ensemble
Em Baker, Allison Keats, Heidi Vallier, Ella Peschke
Em Baker, Allison Keats
Beginning his stage career as Baby Jesus, eighteen-year-old Gabriel Hopkins (Gabe) has been performing at every possible opportunity since. Notably, he has played Micheal and Tootles in separate productions of ‘Peter Pan’, Mike TV in ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’, and Davey in Disney’s ‘Newsies’. Gabe has filled ensemble roles in ‘Oliver!’ and ‘Wizard of Oz’, and was cast as Mr. Bumble in Yukon Theater for Young People (YTYP)’s ill-fated 2020 production of ‘Oliver!’ Gabe has been part of YTYP since before it was a theatre company, and has been enthusiastically involved in the staging of ‘Things I Learned On My Summer Vacation’, ‘Bringing Broadway ‘Round Back’, and ‘All Together Now!’. In addition, Gabe is a graduate of the Music Arts and Drama program at Wood Street School which he attended for four years, and where he was able to further foster his love of theatre, and to develop fantastic friendships with people who share his passion for the stage. Gabe is honoured to be playing Jean ValJean in this production of ‘Les Misérables’.
Michael Gwynne-Thompson (16) was born and raised in Whitehorse. He started in choirs 10 years ago and has been doing musical theatre for 6 years. Michael has taken countless classes and workshops at The Heart of Riverdale and The Guild. In addition, he is in his third year of the Music Art and Drama Program. Michael has been with Yukon Theatre for Young People (YTYP) since its conception in 2018. Since then, he’s been a cast member in every single YTYP production and an active member on the Youth Steering Committee. Michael is “absurdly excited” to be playing Inspector Javert in ‘Les Misérables’.
Ella Lalibery has always lived in Whitehorse and is grateful for all the opportunities it offers - one of which is being a part of Yukon Theatre for Young People (YTYP)! Throughout her life, she has found herself involved in all sorts of performing and theatrical productions because she truly loves the experience. She studied in the Music, Arts and Drama Program at Wood Street School for three years and was poised to perform in ‘Into the Woods’ when the COVID-19 pandemic struck. Prior to that, she loved performing in YTYP’s 2019 production of ‘Newsies’. Ella is super excited about ‘Les Misérables’ and cannot wait to perform it and show everyone the hard work the cast and crew have been doing. She hopes to see you there!
Juliet Crowe is thirteen years old and was born and raised in Whitehorse. Juliet has been participating in theatre since she was quite young. She was cast in the title role in the 2020 production of ‘Oliver!’, but unfortunately the show was derailed by COVID-19. As such, she was ecstatic to perform in ‘All Together Now!’, and is even more so to be portraying the role of Cosette in ‘Les Misérables’. Juliet is especially excited that this show may mark a return to the theater for Yukoners who stayed home during the pandemic. She has gained confidence through the rehearsals and has loved the opportunity to spend time with her friends, while also meeting and making new ones.
Andrew Woolridge is thrilled to be making his theatrical debut as Marius in Les Miserable. He is 14 and a grade nine student at Vanier Catholic Secondary School. Andrew was born in St. John’s, Newfoundland and raised in Whitehorse, Yukon. He is excited to be working with the cast and artistic team of Yukon Theatre for Young People. Although the stage is new for Andrew, singing is certainly not. Music has been a big part of his daily life ever since he was little. He began singing as soon as he could talk. In fact, according to Andrew’s parents, he loves singing so much that he does it in his sleep! In his spare time, Andrew enjoys playing hockey, volleyball, video games and guitar. Learning the role of Marius has been a great experience for Andrew. He looks forward to being a part of future productions with this theatre company.
Cohen is sixteen years old and began his theatre career when he was cast as Twin Two in ‘Peter Pan’. He has since taken the stage in many performances including ‘The Wizard of Oz’, ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’, ‘Alice in Wonderland’, and Disney’s ‘Newsies’. He was also cast as Mr. Sowerberry in the Yukon Theatre for Young People (YTYP)’s cancelled performance of ‘Oliver!’ In 2020, and performed in a number of YTYP variety shows including ‘Things I Learned on My Summer Vacation’ and ‘All Together Now!’. Although he loves making people laugh through his performances, his favorite part of theatre is spending time with his friends during the rehearsal process. He is happy to be playing the role of Thenardier in this production and hopes that you enjoy the show.
Cadence’s love for musical theatre was sparked when she saw ‘Phantom of the Opera’ when she was just 12 years old. Since then, she has taken every opportunity to perform on stage. Cadence attended the Music Arts and Drama Program for three consecutive years and has been a part of every one of Yukon Theatre for Young People’s (YTYP) live productions. Notably, Cadence played Crutchie in YTYP’s ‘Newsies’ and was cast as Little Red in MAD’s cancelled production of ‘Into the Woods’. YTYP has been such a rewarding and wonderful part of Cadence’s high school experience and she is so grateful to playing Madame Thénardier as her senior role.
Asher was born and raised in Whitehorse. He is 13 and currently in grade 7 at Yukon Montessori school. He is playing Gavroche in this production of Les Misérables. He is currently cast as Prospero in The Tempest in his school’s annual Shakespeare play. Past roles include Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing, Les in Newsies, and Sebastian in Twelfth Night. He has been involved in anything he could with the YTYP group. He is very excited for Les Misérables because he has had so much fun working on this production with his fellow castmates.
Twelve-year-old Lillian Eberhard loves the stage. At five, she gave a solo performance of ‘Castle On A Cloud’ at London, Ontario’s Aeolian Hall and subsequently appeared in school shows and a neighborhood theatre rehearsal project. Since arriving in Whitehorse in 2019, Lillian has played in The Guild Hall’s production of ‘Dogg’s Hamlet, Cahoot’s MacBeth’ and danced in several Northern Lights School of Dance ballet performances. You may also catch Lillian (if you can) at the swimming pool, skate park or ski hill taking part in her other best-loved interests. Lillian is excited about this production of ‘Les Misérables’!
Lucas Taggart-Cox was born and raised in the Yukon and he has been musical all his life. He started taking violin and piano lessons since ages 4 and 5 respectively. Lucas has performed at countless Rotary Music Festivals and most notably played with the Okanagan Youth Symphony Orchestra. Lucas has taken to the stage in his 2 years in the Music Arts and Drama Program performing in shows such as Mary Poppins. Lucas is currently a grade 11 student at FH Collins who will be playing the role of Enjolras. He is thrilled to be part of the Les Miserables production.
Mahek is twelve years old, from New-Brunswick and is home schooled. She is playing the role of young Éponine, who is constantly picking on her stepsister. It will be her fourth show with Yukon Theatre for Young People (YTYP) and she’s excited for her first big production. She is passionate about horses and theatre. She loves the sense of community it brings to her life.
Heather Mislang, is ecstatic to be performing as Éponine Thénardier in the Yukon Theatre for Young People (YTYP) production of ‘Les Misérables’. Now a grade twelve student in Whitehorse, Heather was born in Toronto, Ontario and has always had a fascination for the bright lights, loud music, and grandiosity of musical theatre. Upon graduating, she will be attending the Canadian College of Performing Arts in Victoria for musical theater training. Around town, Heather’s been acting for The Guild Hall, attending theatre workshops, and performing in multiple YTYP variety shows. Her first role on stage was in The Guild Hall’s production of ‘Dogg’s Hamlet, Cahoots Macbeth’ in 2019, where she played the role of Macduff. Heather is stoked to help share a timeless story of love, heartbreak, and passion to an audience. She’s adored working with everyone on this amazing project and is happy to see the show put together in all its historical glory. A fun fact about Heather is that she’s the lead singer of a rock band called ‘Shotgun Wedding’.
Luca (17) is playing Grantaire and the Foreman in this production of Les Misérables. He has been very immersed in the Yukon theatre scene for the past few years, including the Music, Arts and Drama Program, but you might've expected that already, and YTYP's production of Bringing Broadway 'Round Back. He has been dancing his whole life, and is excited to branch out into new aspects of the arts that will help him in his career moving forwards. He will not be performing headspins in this production of Les Misérables, although he is able.
Maximus is a novel MADling (Music, Art and Drama Program) for the last leg of his numerous high schools' journey. He's returned from Montréal in his run as Damien from ‘Mean Girls’ for a retreat in time to revolutionary France. A late entry to the Yukon theatre scene, he joined the cast months after auditions occurred. The first interaction he's had with YTYP productions lands him as Combeferre, the philosopher of the ABC students and righthand man to Enjolras. ‘Les Misérables’ joins as one of the biggest and most professional productions Max has performed in alongside ‘Mean Girls’ and ‘Wicked’.
Cameron Greer is a 16 year old from right here in Whitehorse who is currently attending his third year at the Music, Art and Drama Program. He has loved being on stage and performing, since he was little. He is on the YTYP Steering Committee and has been a part of every YTYP production they have done: Newsies, Things I Learned on my Summer Vacation, Bringing Broadway Round Back, and All Together Now. In this production of Les Mis, he is playing the Bishop, Courfeyrac and Bamatabois. He has enjoyed singing along with his friends at Les Mis practices and is very excited to be performing in front of a live audience at the Arts Centre for the first time in a long time.
Finnean Sward was born in Whitehorse, Yukon and is playing the part of Feuilly in the show. He has some experience from being in the Music, Art and Drama Program for two years (grade 9/10) and thanks to this experience he has learned a lot more about singing and movement. He is excited for the show because this is his first show at the Arts Centre and he wants to do the best he can for the show.
Dawson Baker is 15 and grew up primarily in the small town Teslin. Partaking in every possible opportunity, Dawson has always been excited to be performing on stage. The highlight roles he has played through those early years were Sandy(not Cindy) Louwho and Max the dog from The Grinch, and Scrooge from The Christmas Carol. When he moved to Whitehorse, he went to the Music, Art, and Drama Program at the Wood Street Center. It was there where Dawson discovered Yukon Theater For Young People and met his fellow cast members. It’s an honor working with such amazing actors and actresses, preforming his favorite musicals of all time. Dawson has come a long way from waiting in a box for an hour for a 45sec scene to a full cast and score to tell the greatest story theater can express.
Kieran Cowie is a 17 year old theatre kid hoping to get into theatre and performance in post-secondary! So far he’s been a part of two Music Art and Drama semesters, and gotten to perform in two public plays within Whitehorse, and is excited to be a part of YTYP’s production of Les Miserables! He’s so glad he’s been able to take part in something as great as this, even if he’s still never going to be able to pronounce 90% of the names from this show. Kieran is grateful for everyone who’s made this show possible, he’s so eager to give it his all!
Em Baker is a seventeen-year-old theatre lover who is very excited to be in their second Yukon Theatre for Young People (YTYP) show as a member of the group chorus. They are currently completing their third semester at the Music Arts and Drama Program at Wood Street School, and will be graduating high school at the end of this school year. When Em isn’t doing musical theatre, they love reading, writing, creating art, listening to music, pursuing Social Justice initiatives, watching nerdy TV shows, and hanging out with friends. Em hopes to continue theatre in the future and to pursue a career in education.
Fifteen-year-old Heidi Vallier moved to Whitehorse from France when she was one year old and has lived here ever since. She’s very excited to be a part of this production! Heidi has performed in school plays and spent a semester in the Music Arts Drama Program at Wood Street School. These experiences encouraged her to sign up for ‘Les Misérables’. Heidi hopes to be a part of many more Yukon Theatre for Young People (YTYP) shows, because this one has been a great experience with lots of new and fun people!
Olivia Pilon is a young teenage girl who spends most of her time procrastinating on homework and annoying her younger siblings! She has been fascinated by the performing arts since a very young age. To debut her performance skills, Olivia turned to social media- where one can now find a multitude of 30-second pieces that can only be described as engenius works of art. On a more personal level, Olivia sees herself as someone with a bright and bubbly personality, but also as someone who keeps social justice matters close to her heart. She often speaks up in order to make a safe and inclusive environment for everyone around her! Olivia is very excited to take part in YTYP’s performance of “Les Misérables” and hopes you enjoy the show!
Fifteen-year-old Allison Keats is playing a part in the ensemble cast of ‘Les Misérables’ and has a few solo lines. She is excited to be in the show! She has been singing since she was two years old and this is her first theatre appearance. Allison has enjoyed learning new performance techniques and meeting new people. A fun fact about Allison is that she has appeared online in the Vocal Star Showcase in 2020 and has a profile on IMDb website.
Atlin Potvin (15) hasn’t had much experience with theatre, and she thought YTYP’s production of ‘Les Misérables’ would be a great way to ease herself onto the stage. Atlin had roles in a few plays at Porter Creek Secondary School but is excited to be pushing herself onto bigger & more public productions! With every rehearsal, she’s felt herself feeling more comfortable, and hopes that this musical/play with local theatres isn’t her last.
Ella moved to the Yukon from Australia in December 2006. She is a long-time member of the arts community, an original member of the Yukon Theatre for Young People youth steering committee, and has studied dance, music and singing at Leaping Feats, Northern Lights School of Dance, the Heart of Riverdale, the Music, Art & Drama Program and Yukon Summer Music Camp. Recently, Ella wrote and recorded an original song with Matthew Lien and Whispering Willows Records. Ella is thrilled to be a member of the YTYP community and this awesome cast and crew.
Menna Zanger is a sixteen-year-old theatre fanatic living in Whitehorse, Yukon. She has been involved in past Yukon Theatre for Young People (YTYP) productions such as ‘Newsies’ and several variety shows. She has also been involved with other shows through the Guild Hall or the Music, Arts and Drama Program at Wood Street School. She is thrilled to be performing in ‘Les Misérables’.
When not riding horses and competing at equestrian events, 14-year-old Eva F Zanger (EFZ for short) is performing in plays, dancing, or playing fiddle and violin. This is her first year in Yukon Theatre for Young People (YTYP) and she loves the songs in ‘Les Misérables’. She’s thrilled to participate in the production alongside her sister, Menna.
While Declan Wise is a student in grade eight, his character in ‘Les Misérables’ is a pickpocket in Master of the House. He is also playing a revolutionary later in the show. Declan’s previous theatre experience includes a school play and theatre camp at the Heart of Riverdale. He’s excited to perform in front of a large audience in the Yukon Arts Centre (No pressure!). He hopes to continue doing productions with YTYP and other theatre organizations in the Yukon. A fun fact about Declan is that he once lost a glove down an outhouse hole. (Don’t worry, everything was frozen!)
Fourteen-year old Evey Moore joined Yukon Theatre for Young People (YTYP) because she loves performing and has been doing so since she was six years old. Evey plays two instruments right now - the flute and guitar - and has decided to play the saxophone and piano as well. She performs in the ensemble in ‘Les Misérables’ and reports that it is one of the most fun productions she has been in. Her favorite part of rehearsal is getting to add the fun dances to her favorite songs. Theatre is one of her favorite parts of the week. She plans to sign up for YTYP activities next year as well.
Zia Jahr is 12 years old and new to acting, but loves the stage! In ‘Les Misérables’ she is performing in the ensemble. During the rehearsal process she learned how important it is to practice and memorize lines. She also likes working with new people. In Zia’s free time she likes to read, draw, sing and hang out with her friends.
Twelve-year-old Peighten Mah has three parts within the ensemble in ‘Les Misérables’; she plays a factory worker, bar patron and farmer. This is her second production with Yukon Theatre for Young People (YTYP). Her first was with ‘All Together Now!’ in 2021. Being a part of YTYP has taught Peighten to become more confident on stage. She is also a dancer with Northern Lights School of Dance and started on stage at just three years old. Peighten’s other hobbies include camping, mushroom picking and bicycling.
Calvin Laveck Studied musical theatre at Sheridan Institute. After living and working out of Toronto for 10 years, he’s back home! Since being back home Calvin has been in local Peter Jicklings, Syphilis: A Love Story (Guild Hall) and also The Resurrectionists (Larrikin Entertainment). Through a Jenni house residency last year, Calvin continues to work on and finesse a musical with local friend and artist Kevin McLachlan. Previously, Calvin directed YTYP's variety shows 'Round Back' and 'All Together Now'. Without a doubt, Calvin has pushed his directing chops to the limit with Les Misérables. He could not have done it without his dedicated, talented, hardworking artistic team, and is proud of the cast who have all grown so much, and continue to go above and beyond everyday during this process to put on this big beautiful show. Enjoy Les Misérables!
Jillian Durham has been a part of musical theatre since her move to Whitehorse at 8 years old. From community musicals to the Frantic Follies, Jillian has loved her time onstage and learning more about what happens behind the scenes. While at Mount Allison University, Jillian received her B.Mus and participated in many university musicals including Oklahoma, Cabaret, and Wizard of Oz. Since her return to Whitehorse, Jillian has been teaching music, singing, and working with the Music, Arts and Drama program in Choral Direction. Jillian is proud to be part of the YTYP creative team as Musical Director for Les Misérables and has loved her time working with all the talented youth!
Caleigh Farrow was also born and raised in the Yukon and has been dancing for most of her life. Growing up in the Yukon allowed her to develop her love of the arts through her time at Northern Lights School of Dance, the Music Arts and Drama program, and working at the Frantic Follies. Caleigh’s education includes George Brown College where she studied ballet, UVIC where she dabbled in Linguistics, and YukonU where she thrived in Social Work. Previously, Caleigh choreographed YTYP's variety shows 'Round Back' and 'All Together Now'. During the day she is a social worker, but by night you can find her dancing at one of the local studios or cuddling her adorable dogs. Caleigh is incredibly thankful that she gets to combine two of her favourite things, working with youth and dance.
Brenda has spent 10 years working as a Stage and Event Manager across Canada. With credits including Chicago, Spamalot, All Shook Up (Drayton Entertainment), Mary Poppins (Theatre Aquarius), Spelling 2-5-5 (Carousel Players), Tagged (Green Thumb Theatre), and two seasons at the Stratford Festival. Brenda specializes in musical theatre, theatre for young audiences, touring productions, and pyrotechnics. She is thrilled to be back with YTYP for Les Misérables as she missed them so much since Newsies in 2019. Many thanks to her hubby Reid and daughter MacGowan for supporting her while she’s out causing trouble with revolutionaries. Enjoy the show!
Scott’s theatre background is almost exclusively on the stage, so he’s out of his element doing the actual important stuff and taking some responsibility. He knows all the words to all the songs in Les Miserables, and can't wait to see it live for the first time! He’s really enjoyed the opportunity to work with YTYP on Les Mis, as well as All Together Now last fall, and he’s learned a lot about what goes on behind the scenes of a musical production.
Val hails from Australia and she has been visiting Whitehorse for over 10 years now and has undertaken various roles in theatre productions at The Guild Hall, Larrikin Entertainment and Yukon Theatre for Young People. Her passion over the past few years has been creating costumes for Yukon Theatre for Young People – ‘Newsies’ and ‘Les Misérables’. She’s known to be bold and adventurous (sometimes a little crazy) and getting involved in theatre activities in Whitehorse is just one of those experiences that adds another colourful dimension to her life.
Despite not being permanently chained to her sewing machine, Audrey does find herself enamoured enough with the costume-craft that she might as well be. Her guilty pleasures include, but are not limited to: men's tailored jackets, women's boned bodices, and fastidious devotion to details (which I guarantee will not be visible from the audience.) She has worked on a number of plays over the last few years, which makes her feel like her theatre degree is worth something. Many curtains were harmed during the making of the wardrobe.
Travis Hatt is an Assistant Professor in Theatre Production at MacEwan University in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada; a member of the Associated Designers of Canada (IATSE ADC659) as a lighting, set, video and sound designer; and an MFA Design/Technical Theatre graduate from the University of Calgary. Travis Has a broad history in theatrical design and technical production work both as an artist and as a mentor/educator. Selected design credits include: Pippin, Into the Woods (MacEwan Theatre) 6 Characters in Search of an Author (UofC Drama) The Liar, The Best of Everything (TRU Actors Workshop Theatre); The Seagull, Tartuffe (UofW University Players); Our Town, Sweeny Todd (Sudbury Theatre Centre); Hana's Suitcase (Magnus Theatre); Fixer Upper, Mini Putt (PSFT); A Midsummer Night's Dream, (Hart House Theatre).
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