Wayne-Philips Joins Cast at the Watermark

Casting Update – Watermark 2019 Acting Company

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A slight change to the casting for Watermark’s 2019 summer season. Unfortunately, Kathyrn McCormack, previously announced as a member of our 2019 summer season acting company, will not be joining us due to personal reasons. We are delighted to announce that Toronto based actress Hannah Wayne-Phillips will be joining the company in her stead.

Hannah graduated with an MFA in Performance from York University and has written, directed and produced two shows, “Lighthouse” and “Fifteen” both of which were mounted in Hamilton, Ontario. Her recent acting credits include Vibrator Play (Tarragon Theatre/RedWit Theatre), King Lear, Twelfth Night (Canadian Stage), Living With Olivia Cadence Donovan (Red Wit Theatre), Ladies Sigh No More (Red Sandcastle Theatre), Merchant of Venice, Dream Play, Three Sisters, Richard II, Alkestis (Theatre @ York).

Hannah will be playing the part of Berthe in Boeing Boeing by Marc Camoletti and Lenny in Crimes of the Heart by Beth Henley throughout the summer months as well as taking part in the Watermark Play Reading Series.

Boeing Boeing runs from June 25th to August 31st
Crimes of the Heart runs from July 5th to August 30th
The Play Reading Series is on August 7th, 14th, and 21st

For more information, or to set up an interview with Hannah, please contact Andrea Surich at 902-963-3963 or generalmanager@watermarktheatre.com.

PEI Professional Theatre Network

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PEI Theatre is the Guild, Harbourfront Theatre,
Confederation Centre for the Arts,
Watermark Theatre, and the Victoria Playhouse

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