Helen Weeden

Co-Directing Credits

2003: December 27-29 Aladdin & his Wonderful Magical Lamp
2004: December 27, 28 & 29 Through the Looking Glass
2007: Jan 30-Feb 3 & Feb 7-10 When the Reaper Calls
2009: September 15-26, 2009 The Kitchen Witches
2014: March 25 - April 5 Murder in Noirville

Acting Credits

1997: December 1997 Hansel & Gretel: A Christmas Story
2000: Dec 3,9,10, 17(2), 31(2) The Haunted Castle
2004: May 25-29, June 1-5 Out of Sight ... Out of Murder

Production Credits

Executive Producer Therac 25
Production Manager Departures & Arrivals
Homeward Bound
An Experiment with an Air Pump
Aladdin & his Wonderful Magical Lamp
Pack of Lies
Assistant to the Producer Kindertransport
Assistant Stage Manager The Cemetery Club
Construction Assistant Therac 25
Set Painter You Can't Take it With You -II
Drinking Alone
Set Decor Pack of Lies
Murder in Noirville
Mary Poppins

Set Decor & Furnishings Assistant Cat's Cradle
Special Effects Aladdin & his Wonderful Magical Lamp
Continuity Happy Birthday
Much Ado About Nothing
The Gallant Tailor or 7 at One Blow
Harvey
A Flea in Her Ear
Continuity Assistant Hobson's Choice
Cat's Cradle
Properties Alone Together
Moon Over Buffalo
The Madwoman of Chaillot
The Death of Dracula
Happy Holly
Kindertransport
Communicating Doors
Rumplestiltskin - A Rockin' Musical
Cash On Delivery
Roald Dahl's Willy Wonka
Properties Assistant The Stillborn Lover
Furnishings You Can't Take it With You -II
Aladdin & his Wonderful Magical Lamp
The Seagull
Pack of Lies
Mary Poppins
Costume Designer Murder in Noirville
Costumes Much Ado About Nothing
The Haunted Castle
Aladdin & his Wonderful Magical Lamp
Through the Looking Glass
You'll Get Used To It - The War Show
Noises Off
Enchanted April
Blithe Spirit
Costumes Assistant Hobson's Choice
The Death of Dracula
Communicating Doors
The Stillborn Lover
Romeo and Juliet
A Flea in Her Ear
The Lion in Winter
Seamstress The Jungle Book, The Musical
An Experiment with an Air Pump
I Hate Hamlet
Aladdin & his Wonderful Magical Lamp
The Heiress
The Seagull
A Year with Frog and Toad
Dresser Kiss the Moon, Kiss the Sun
Knitter The Black Bonspiel of Wullie MacCrimmon
Green Room The Dining Room
Green Room Assistants Night Sky
The Lion in Winter
Cat's Cradle

From the program for Murder in Noirville

Helen Weeden (Director) has been with Kanata Theatre a good number of years and, with her husband, is a founding member of Rural Root Theatre. She is a graduate of Algonquin College’s Scriptwriting program and in 2013 she wrote and directed the very successful Fairground Follies which was presented in August 2013 by Rural Root Theatre to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Carp Fair. Helen and Martin share the directing duties and together they have directed four Kanata Theatre shows, most recently Kitchen Witches.

From the program for When The Reaper Calls:

HELEN & MARTIN WEEDEN (Directors) Martin and Helen have been involved with Kanata Theatre either on or off stage in many capacities such as props, producers, sound and lighting. In last seasons production of Enchanted April, Martin played the daring (or should we say baring) role of Mellersh, while Helen worked on the costumes. Martin was previously seen in the role of Dr. Fenwick in Experiment with an Air Pump and Helen played Mina in Out of Sight, Out of Murder. Martin most recently designed sound for both Youll Get Used to It The War Show and Staff Room. Helen worked on costumes for Noises Off but is especially proud of her costume work for Youll Get Used to It The War Show. They co-directed two Kanata Theatre holiday productions: Aladdin and His Wonderful Magical Lamp and Alice Through the Looking Glass. Two years ago, Helen and Martin were instrumental in starting the Rural Root Theatre Company in the former township of West Carleton. Helen has directed My Darling Judith and will soon be working as director on Anne of Green Gables for their spring show.

From the program for The Kitchen Witches:

HELEN & MARTIN WEEDEN (Directors) have, once again, enjoyed the opportunity to work with such a great team on another KT production. In the past they directed When the Reaper Calls, as well as two holiday plays, Aladdin and His Wonderful Magical Lamp and Through the Looking Glass. They have also directed for Rural Root Theatre, with My Darling Judith, Anne of Green Gables, Cheatin Hearts and Dont Hug Me. They are a versatile couple and between them have also worked most notably on sound, costumes and props with several Kanata Theatre shows. Both have been on stage, most recently Martin in Kanata Theatres Enchanted April, and Helen, in Rural Root Theatres A Bull in a China Shop.
Martin and Helen are also founding members of Rural Root Theatre, situated in the former West Carleton Township, out of Constance Bay Community Centre.