Rob Mitchell

Acting Credits

1993: March 3-6 As You Like It
1996: April 1996 Up Front and Centre Stage
2002: Jan 30-Feb 2 & Feb 5-9 You Can't Take it With You -II

Production Credits

Assistant Stage Manager Daisy Pulls It Off
Stage Crew Pygmalion
The Real Thing
Set Construction Chorus of Disapproval
Construction Assistant The Melville Boys
Lighting Assistant The Curious Savage
A Midsummer Night's Dream
Sound Design Blood Relations
Daisy Pulls It Off
The Heidi Chronicles
The Melville Boys
It Runs in the Family
On Golden Pond
Up Front and Centre Stage
The Woman in Black
Hobson's Choice
The Death of Dracula
Jaques Brel is Alive and Well ....
Sylvia
Departures & Arrivals
The Stillborn Lover
An Experiment with an Air Pump
Rock and Roll
Proof
Composer Blood Relations
The Heidi Chronicles
The Melville Boys
It Runs in the Family
On Golden Pond
The Woman in Black
Three Tall Women
The Death of Dracula
Sylvia
Departures & Arrivals
The Stillborn Lover
An Experiment with an Air Pump
The Uninvited
Proof
Enchanted April
Mary's Wedding
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
“Mr. Memory” Music arranged John Buchan’s The 39 Steps
Musical performer The Jungle Book, The Musical

From the program for You Can't Take It With You:

ROB MITCHELL (Ed) is appearing on the Kanata Theatre stage for only the second time, the first role being that of the gormless William in As You Like It. Rob is a musician and a fixture in the sound and lighting booth. He is also best known for his original compositions for countless KT plays including Departures and Arrivals, Sylvia, The Death of Dracula, The Woman in Black, Three Tall Women, On Golden Pond and many more.

From the program for Mary's Wedding:

ROB MITCHELL (Composer) has only appeared on stage twice. Once as Ed in You Cant Take It With You and the second time as William in As You Like It. However he is more known behind the scene for his work on designing sound for many Kanata Theatre productions. He has also composed original musical scores for countless plays such Enchanted April, Proof, The Uninvited, An Experiment with an Air Pump and many others. Rob would like to thank his daughter Megan for her contribution as co-composer for this play.