Kanata Theatre: people past and present
From The Taming of the Shrew:
AARON LAJEUNESSE (Lucentio) was Daniel Kaffee in A.Y Jackson Secondary School’s production of A Few Good Men by Aaron Sorkin. For that performance he received a Cappie nomination as Best Actor. He recently appeared in the feature film The Perfect Teacher. Currently, he is studying Theatre Arts at Algonquin College and looks forward to many more fruitful years of acting.
From A Few Good Men:
AARON LAJEUNESSE (Lance Cpl. Harold W. Dawson) appears for the second time on the Kanata Theatre stage this season. He previously appeared as Lucentio in The Taming of the Shrew. In his past experience, Aaron has performed in various high school theatre productions where he was nominated for Best Actor in his graduating year. Aaron is enrolled in the Theatre Arts program at Algonquin College. You can see Aaron next at the Ottawa Fringe Festival in an original production of Alain Chauvin’s Life.
From West Moon Street:
AARON LAJEUNESSE (Lord Arthur) is delighted to return to the Kanata Theatre stage for his 2nd season. Last year Aaron portrayed the roles of Lucentio in The Taming of the Shrew and Lt.Cpl. Harold Dawson in A Few Good Men. He was also seen performing in the Ottawa Fringe Festival in June. In the past, he performed in various shows whether it was musical or dramatic, and was nominated for Best Actor at the Ottawa Capital Cappies. Aaron is currently studying theatre arts at Algonquin College and hopes for many more successful years in theatre.
From Romeo and Juliet:
AARON LAJEUNESSE (Tybalt) is back on the Kanata Theatre stage again, this time in a more villainous role. Previous productions include The Taming of the Shrew, A Few Good Men and West Moon Street. Aaron has also performed at the Ottawa Fringe Festival, and most recently portrayed the many personalities of Robert in ‘Dentity Crisis and Inspector Clair in Theatre of the Film Noir. It’s guaranteed that you’ll be able to catch Aaron around this year’s Fringe Festival, either performing or just aimlessly wandering.
From the program for Havey
AARON LAJEUNESSE (Duane Wilson) recently graduated from the Algonquin