Brooke Keneford

Directing Credits

1972: April 5, 6, 8 Half Way Up The Tree
1973: May 31, June 1, 2 My Three Angels
1976: January 15, 16, 17 The Love Of Four Colonels
1977: February 19 & 20 Many Moons
1980: December 5-8, 1979 Dandy Dick
1981: December 9-12 I Never Sang For My Father
1983: January 19-22 Otherwise Engaged
1984: May 9-12 The White Liars
1984: May 9-12 Black Comedy
1986: January 15-18 Enter Laughing
1987: May 1987 Whodunnit
1990: January 1990 And a Nightingale Sang
1992: January 1992 Fools
1994: January 12-15 Steel Magnolias
1998: January 1998 The Cemetery Club
2000: Mar 22-25, Mar 28-Apr 1 Kindertransport
2002: Jan 30-Feb 2 & Feb 5-9 You Can't Take it With You -II
2006: Jan 31-Feb 4 & Feb 7-11 Noises Off
2013: February 5-9 & 12-16 Rabbit Hole

Acting Credits

1971: May 6, 7, 8 The Crucible
1971: November 18, 19, 20 Ring Round The Moon
1972: January 15 The Ugly Duckling
1972: June 6 The Footsteps of Doves
1972: November 2, 3, 4 The Mousetrap
1973: February 15, 16, 17 The Remarkable Mr. Pennypacker
1973: October 18, 19, 20 Blithe Spirit
1974: January 26 & 27 Igor and the Time Machine
1974: May 23 The Public Eye
1974: Oct 31, Nov 1 & 2 Dear Charles
1974: November 23 Salad Days
1974: December 14 & 15 A Christmas Adventure
1975: March 13, 14, 15 A Shot In The Dark
1975: November 6, 7, 8 After Magritte
1975: November 6, 7, 8 The Real Inspector Hound
1976: May 12, 13, 14, 15 Move Over Mrs. Markham
1977: May 18-21 You Can't Take It With You - I
1977: October 19-22 Not Now Darling
1978: December 14-17, 1977 A Christmas Carol
1979: January 10-13 Everything In The Garden
1979: March 7-10 Diary Of A Scoundrel
1980: January 24-26 The Popcorn Man
1980: May 7-10 Two And Two Make Sex
1980: October 22-25 Bedroom Farce
1981: March 18-21 Bousille And The Just
1982: March 1982 Round And Round The Garden
1982: May 12-15 Jill
1982: October 1982 Jitters
1983: May 11-14 Romantic Comedy
1984: January 18-21 Twelfth Night
1985: January 1985 There Goes The Bride
1985: October 23-26 She Stoops To Conquer
1986: May 7-11 Ghost on Tiptoe
1987: January 14-17 Key For Two
1988: March 2-5 Quiet In The Land
1988: May 1988 Noises Off
1989: January 18-21 On the Razzle
1989: May 1989 Pardon Me, Prime Minister
1990: May 1990 Sinners
1990: October 1990 Look, No Hans!
1991: February 1991 A Doll's House
1991: October 1991 Chorus of Disapproval
1992: May 1992 Pygmalion
1993: January 1993 Beyond Reasonable Doubt
1993: May 12-15 Lend Me A Tenor
1995: May 1995 It Runs in the Family
1995: November 25, 1995 CKTP Radio & Kanata Theatre present
1996: February 1996 On Golden Pond
1996: April 1996 Up Front and Centre Stage
1996: October 1996 A Month of Sundays
1997: January 1997 The Waltz of the Toreadors - II
1999: January 1999 Moon Over Buffalo
2001: Jan 24-27, Jan 30-Feb 3 Communicating Doors
2002: March 27-30, April 2-6 The Stillborn Lover
2004: Mar 23-27, Mar 30-Apr 3 Over the River and Through the Woods
2005: Mar 29-31, Apr 1-2, 5-9 Caught in the Net
2007: Mar 27-31, April 2-7 Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
2008: November 11- 22, 2008 The Countess
2009: March 17 - 28 Bus Stop
2010: May 11-22, 2010 The Underpants
2011: March 22 - April 2, 2011 Cash On Delivery
2014: May 13 - 24 Inherit the Wind
2016: Sept 20-24, Sept 27-Oct 1 The Last Romance
   

Production Credits

Production Manager The Heidi Chronicles
Stage Manager A Witch's First Birthday
Jitters
And a Nightingale Sang
Stage Crew The Heidi Chronicles
An Experiment with an Air Pump
Set Design The Heidi Chronicles
Agnes of God
Set Construction The Heidi Chronicles
One for the Pot
The Importance of Being Earnest - II
Much Ado About Nothing
Romeo and Juliet
Roald Dahl's Willy Wonka
A Flea in Her Ear
Construction Assistant Cash On Delivery
Pack of Lies
Mary's Wedding
Rabbit Hole
John Buchan’s The 39 Steps
The Black Bonspiel of Wullie MacCrimmon
Lighting Design Murder Once Removed
Critics Choice
As You Like It
The Melville Boys
One for the Pot
Sound Design Separate Tables
Life With Father
The Chalk Garden
How The Other Half Loves
Forty Carats
The Country Girl
Harvey
The Philadelphia Story
Deathtrap
Hay Fever
Choice for the Future
Cause Celebre
Living Together
Charley's Aunt
A Bequest To The Nation
Waiting For The Parade
A Delicate Balance
Absent Friends
Shadow Box
Daisy Pulls It Off
Lost in Yonkers
The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie
Happy Birthday
The Curious Savage
Postmortem
Radium Girls
Sound Assistant Enchanted April
A Flea in Her Ear
4000 Miles
Musical performer Choice for the Future
Furnishings The Heidi Chronicles
Ethan Claymore
The Heiress
Make-up The Ugly Duckling
A Witch's First Birthday
Snow White and Rose Red
Take Away My Shadow
The Life of the Insects
Enter A Free Man
Relative Strangers
Make-Up Assistant Murder by Misadventure

From the program for Inherit the Wind:
BROOKE KENEFORD (Bannister) acts and directs for Kanata Theatre. His recent roles include the guitar-plucking Virgil in Bus Stop, Big Daddy in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, John Smith in Caught in the Net, and Frank in Over the River and Through the Woods. He has directed several productions including You Can’t Take It With You, Kindertransport, The Cemetery Club, Steel Magnolias, Rabbit Hole, and the award-winning Noises Off. He collaborated on the sound design for A Flea In Her Ear and Agnes of God.

From the program for Noises Off:

BROOKE KENEFORD (Director) acts and directs for Kanata Theatre. He appeared on stage last season as John Smith, the bigamist, in Caught in the Net and he also played Frank in 2004's award-winning production of Over the River and Through the Woods. Some of his other roles include Harry Raymond in The Stillborn Lover, Reece in Communicating Doors, George Hay in Moon Over Buffalo,and Cooper in A Month of Sundays. He has played leading roles in many farces such as It Runs In The Family, Key for Two, There Goes the Bride, and he was in On Golden Pond, A Chorus of Disapproval, Waltz of the Toreadors and many other plays. He has directed several plays, including You Can't Take It With You, Kindertransport, The Cemetery Club and Steel Magnolias.

From the program for Cat on a Hot Tin Roof:

BROOKE KENEFORD (Big Daddy) acts and directs for Kanata Theatre. His most recent roles include John Smith in Caught in the Net, Frank in Over the River and Through the Woods and Harry Raymond in The Stillborn Lover. He has directed several plays, including You Can’t Take It With You, Kindertransport, The Cemetery Club, Steel Magnolias and last season’s award-winning production of Noises Off. He considers Big Daddy the role of a lifetime!

From the program for The Countess:

BROOKE KENEFORD (Mr. Ruskin) acts and directs for Kanata Theatre. His most recent roles include Big Daddy in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, John Smith in Caught in the Net , Frank in Over the River and Through the Woods and Harry Raymond in The Stillborn Lover. Brooke’s backstage credits include furnishings, set construction and sound design. He has directed several productions, including You Can’t Take It With You, Kindertransport, The Cemetery Club, Steel Magnolias and Noises Off.

From the program for Bus Stop:

BROOKE KENEFORD (Virgil Blessing) acts and directs for Kanata Theatre. His most recent roles include John Ruskin Sr. in The Countess, Big Daddy in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, John Smith in Caught in the Net, Frank in Over the River and Through the Woods and Harry Raymond in The Stillborn Lover. He has directed several productions, including You Can’t Take It With You, Kindertransport, The Cemetery Club, Steel Magnolias and the award-winning Noises Off.

From the program for The Underpants:

BROOKE KENEFORD (Klinglehoff) acts and directs for Kanata Theatre. His most recent roles include the guitar-plucking Virgil in Bus Stop, John Ruskin Sr. in The Countess, Big Daddy in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, John Smith in Caught in the Net, Frank in Over the River and Through the Woods and Harry Raymond in The Stillborn Lover. He has directed several productions, including You Can’t Take It With You, Kindertransport, The Cemetery Club, Steel Magnolias and the award-winning Noises Off and he recently collaborated on the sound design for Postmortem. Many years ago, he played Krogstad in A Doll’s House, Feste in Twelfth Night and Lloyd in the first Kanata Theatre production of Noises Off, all directed by Jim Holmes. Brooke is delighted to be working again under Jim’s direction.

From the program for Cash on Delivery:

BROOKE KENEFORD (Eric Swan) has acted and directed for Kanata Theatre since 1971, when he made his acting debut as John Proctor in The Crucible. His more recent roles include Herr Klingelhof in The Underpants, and the guitar-plucking Virgil in Bus Stop. He has also appeared in The Countess, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Caught in the Net, Over the River and Through the Woods, and The Stillborn Lover. Brooke has directed several productions, including And A Nightingale Sang, You Can’t Take It With You, Kindertransport, The Cemetery Club, Steel Magnolias and the award-winning Noises Off.

 

 

From the program for Rabbit Hole:

BROOKE KENEFORD (Director) has acted and directed for Kanata Theatre since 1971, when he made his acting dbut for K.T. as John Proctor in The Crucible. His more recent roles include Herr Klingelhof in The Underpants, the guitar-plucking Virgil in Bus Stop, John Ruskin Sr. in The Countess, Big Daddy in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, John Smith in Caught in the Net, Frank in Over the River and Through the Woods and Harry Raymond in The Stillborn Lover. Last season, he played the hapless Eric Swan in Cash On Delivery. He has directed several productions, including And a Nightingale Sang, You Can’t Take It With You, Kindertransport, The Cemetery Club, Steel Magnolias and the award-winning Noises Off.