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I am in the current episode (#307: “Waning Minutes”) of the multiple award-winning series Continuum.  It airs on Showcase(in Canada) and on SyFy (in the U.S. and the U.K.).  I was thrilled to once again have the chance to work with multi-talented Amanda Tapping who directed this episode and with whom I acted a couple of years ago in an episode of Sanctuary.

The 24 Hour Shakespeare Project

Poster_Final_MediumAll 38 Plays. 24 Hours. One Vital Cause.

My son had heart surgery at BC Children’s Hospital in 2008, and the incredible care he received there inspired me to do something to give back to this amazing institution.  So I’ve created a very special event called The 24 Hour Shakespeare Project, a marathon 24 hour staged reading performance of all of Shakespeare’s 38 plays to benefit BC Children’s Hospital Foundation.

On Shakespeare’s 450th birthday, April 23, 2014, Over 150 performers and dozens of volunteers will come together to bring this event to life.   While the majority of the cast will be rotating, I’ll remain on stage for the full 24 hours.  Those of you in Vancouver BC, please join us at the Blake Snyder Theatre at GO Studios anytime from 12 noon on April 23 to 12 noon on April 24 to see some incredibly talented actors and help support the hundreds of thousands of kids who will receive care at BC Children’s Hospital.  For more information and to donate, please visit and join us on Facebook and Twitter.

Please give generously – thank you from the bottom of my heart!

The Seafarer

I’m working with an incredible group of artists, designers, technicians and staff on Pacific Theatre’s production of The Seafarer by Conor McPherson!  We have had an amazingly positive response from audiences!  Thank you to everyone who has come out to see it.  If you are in Vancouver, please join us for a thoughtful, funny, haunting and suspenseful “long night’s journey into day!”

The Seafarer

Pictured (clockwise from top left): John Emmet Tracy, Andrew McNee, Tim Dixon, Ron Reed and John Innes.
Directed by Anthony F. Ingram.
Photography by Emily Cooper.
Thanks to Pacific Theatre for the photo collage.