Kanata Theatre: people past and present
From the program for Noises Off:
From the program for Blithe Spirit:
From the program for The Seagull:
BARRY CAIGER (Sorin) directed Blithe Spirit last year for Kanata Theatre. He last trod the Kanata Theatre boards as the Sheriff in Hi, Ho, Robin Hood. Other appearances include Noises Off, Caught in the Net, Out of Sight...Out of Murder and Murder by Misadventure. He has currently been involved in two locally shot films Pirates: Quest for Snake Island and Attack of the Giant Leeches.
From the program for One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest:
BARRY CAIGER (Cheswick) directed last season's Blithe Spirit for Kanata Theatre and he recently appeared as Sorin in The Seagull. Other appearances include Noises Off, Caught in the Net, Out of Sight. . . Out of Murder, Murder by Misadventure and Hi, Ho, Robin Hood. Over the years, he has performed in productions with Orpheus, O.L.T., The Company of Musical Theatre and Nepean Little Theatre. He has also been involved in two locally shot films Pirates: Quest for Snake Island and Attack of the Giant Leeches.
From the program for The Taming of the Shrew:
BARRY CAIGER (Gremio) was Cheswick in One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Sorin in The Seagull, and Frederick in Noises Off. Other plays for Kanata Theatre include Caught in the Net, Out of Sight…Out of Murder, Murder by Misadventure and Hi, Ho, Robin Hood. He has performed many roles for Orpheus, Ottawa Little Theatre, Company of Musical Theatre, Phoenix, Nepean Little Theatre and others. He received an EODL award for best cameo performance in SUZART’s Once Upon a Mattress. He directed Kanata Theatre’s recent production of Blithe Spirit.
From the program for Cash on Delivery:
BARRY CAIGER (Mr. Jenkins) last appeared at Kanata Theatre as Gremio in The Taming of the Shrew. He has performed in One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, The Seagull, Noises Off, Caught in the Net, and many others. Barry is a member of the ‘Real Old Men Constructing Sets’ group. He directed Blithe Spirit in 2007. He has performed in productions with almost all theatrical groups in Ottawa and he has appeared in two independent films. In 2009 Barry received an E.O.D.L award for Best Cameo Performance in Suzart’s production of Once upon a Mattress.