Tim Mabey

Acting Credits

2006: Mar 28-Apr 1 & Apr 4-8 Enchanted April
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
2009: Dec 27-39, 2009 The Boxcar Children
2010: May 11-22, 2010 The Underpants
2013: February 5-9 & 12-16 Rabbit Hole

Production Credits

Sound Design Postmortem
Continuity Sylvia
To Forgive, Divine
Sound Assistant Agnes of God
Radium Girls

From the program for Enchanted April:

TIM MABEY(Frederick Arnott) has been on a 38 year hiatus from the stage, with the exception of his role as Ed Grimley in a high school play. He has been threatening to audition for a number of years, and was on the production teams for Sylvia and To Forgive, Divine at Kanata Theatre in 2000. After attending an actor’s workshop at Ottawa Little Theatre, and, committing to his 2006 New Year’s Resolution to start auditioning, he is making his debut appearance for Kanata Theatre. Although he is new to the stage, his 15 years of experience giving presentations in his professional life have helped him to prepare for the onslaught of insults and rejection from a large audience and his peers. He wishes to thank his wife Jennifer, and daughter, Samantha, for their support and daily commitment to his preparation as well.

From the program for Cat on a Hot Tin Roof:

TIM MABEY (Brick) committed to his 2006 New Years Resolution to audition and appeared in last season’s Kanata Theatre production of Enchanted April as Frederick Arnott. Although relatively new to the stage, living the good life has helped him prepare for his role as Brick, Maggie’s alcoholic husband. He would like to thank Rosemary Keneford for the opportunity to play such an interesting role, and his wife Jennifer, and daughter, Samantha, for their loving support.

From the program for The Countess:

TIM MABEY (Everett Millais) first appeared on the Kanata Theatre stage as Frederick Arnott in the 2006 production of Enchanted April. He has since appeared in Cat On a Hot Tin Roof, playing the part of Maggie the Cat’s alcoholic husband, Brick. His backstage credits include continuity for Sylvia and To Forgive, Divine. Prior to joining Kanata Theatre, Tim participated in a number of workshops at the Ottawa Little Theatre and looks forward to being involved in future productions in the theatre community.

From the program for Bus Stop:

TIM MABEY (Bo Decker) first appeared on the Kanata Theatre stage four years ago as Frederick Arnott in Enchanted April. He
has since appeared as Brick in Cat On a Hot Tin Roof, and most recently as Everett Millais in this season’s production of The Countess. Prior to joining Kanata Theatre, Tim participated in a number of workshops at Ottawa Little Theatre and wishes to thank his wife Jennifer and daughter Samantha for their continued support.

From the program for The Underpants:

TIM MABEY (Versati and the Visitor) most recently appeared on the Kanata Theatre stage as Sam Truman in this season’s Christmas play The Boxcar Children. Prior to that he was Bo Decker in Bus Stop, Everett Millais in last season’s production of The Countess and in March of 2007 he played Brick, Maggie the Cat’s alcoholic husband in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. He feels extremely fortunate that he has had the opportunity to appear in at least one production in every season since his debut performance in 2006 in Enchanted April. Prior to joining Kanata Theatre, Tim participated in a number of workshops at Ottawa Little Theatre and wishes to thank his wife Jennifer and daughter Samantha for their continued support.

From the program for Rabbit Hole:

TIM MABEY (Howie Corbett) most recently appeared on the Kanata Theatre stage as Versati in the May 2010 production of The Underpants. Past performances include Dr. Sam Truman in the The Boxcar Children, Bo Decker in Bus Stop, Millais in The Countess and in March of 2007 he played Brick, in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. He is excited to be back in such a great role after nearly 3 years away from the stage, and thanks his wife Jennifer and daughter Samantha for all their support.