Thomas Alderson, Director
Thomas is an Actor, Director, Teacher, and Musical Theatre nerd hailing from the small town of Grand Bend, Ontario. He is a proud graduate of Sheridan College and holds an Honours Bachelors Degree in Music Theatre Performance. Thomas’ work as a performer, director, and assistant director has taken him all over Canada and the United States. He has worked on national touring productions and on shows with many major Canadian Theatre Companies including: Mirvish Productions; The Grand Theatre, London; The Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre; The Globe Theatre, Regina; The Citadel Theatre, Edmonton; Arts Club Theatre Company, Vancouver; Theatre Calgary; Neptune Theatre, Halifax; and Drayton Entertainment, among others. Favourite roles include: Mordred in Camelot, Bud Frump in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, Mary Sunshine in Chicago, and Swinging in the fabulous original Canadian company of Kinky Boots. Other favourite theatrical experiences include working as assistant to great Canadian directors: Marcia Kash, Tracey Flye, Stafford Arima, and Ashlie Corcoran. His favourite musical is Gypsy.
Aaron Eyre, Music Director
Aaron is a graduate of Wilfrid Laurier University with degrees in Composition and Theatre, and is the recipient of the NUMUS Award for Composition for The Poison Tree (New Art Quartet). Selected credits as Music Director include Trey Parker's Cannibal! (STARVOX), Little Women (Theatre New Brunswick), The Addams Family (SLC), Every Silver Lining (Next Stage), Dreamgirls (LOT), Evil Dead: The Musical (STARVOX), Grand Central: Divas on Broadway (SLC), Mary Poppins (LOT), In Flanders Fields (Smile Theatre), Beauty and the Beast (SLC), Let the Sunshine In (Welcome Wood), Central Park Tango (Theatre Sheridan/CMTP) and The Last Five Years (Angelwalk). Musical supervision on Season one of Acting Up! (Marble Media) and The Journey That Saved Curious George (Stephen Schwartz ASCAP). Also an accomplished choral conductor and vocal arranger, Aaron conducted the Note by Note Singers in a tribute concert for Canadian choral composer Alfred Kunz. Aaron arranged music for The Nick Drake Project and composed six new songs for Trey Parker's Cannibal!