What a wonderful ride to Nottingham Castle and back. Robin Hood has now closed and I want to thank the entire cast and crew for all their hard work, tremendous talent and support. This show was such a great opportunity for me to play two contrasting characters (Prince John’s mistress Bronwen and Sister Felicity). I also took a personal challenge to really focus on my projection, clarity and speed. I want to thank the Director Chris Coculuzzi for taking a chance on me and allowing me this memorable opportunity.
Check out this great review we received from InsideToronto.com: http://m.insidetoronto.com/news-story/6123207-amicus-productions-stages-robin-hood-at-papermill-theatre with this generous mention: “Robin Hood’s men are the comedic lights of this show, especially O’Neill as the lustful Friar, Abedi as Will and Melling as Little John. Flett’s comedic talent also shines as Prince John, as does St. Amour and Verwey as Queen Eleanor and Bronwen.”
I have a few auditions coming up on the horizon so hopefully you will see me back on stage again soon! Please enjoy these production stills courtesy of Dave Fitzpatrick!
Robin Hood is fast approaching and Tech Week is just around the corner. Be sure to get your tickets soon as they will sell out fast! Show opens on November 12th 2015!
Apart from rehearsals, I have had an exciting few weeks filled with many auditions and opportunities! I even spent some time on set shooting a commercial this past week, and had a blast with such a talented cast and crew!
I also recently had the opportunity to check out the fall show ‘Funny Money’ at The Aldershot Players. It was an entertaining night with a very talented cast and crew.
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