Mark holds a BSc (University of Victoria) and an MA (University of Toronto), both in linguistics, and he is currently on his way to completing a degree in Mechanical Engineering (University of Victoria). He possesses a precise and creative writing style, coupled with a goal oriented attitude. The projects with Iron Mountain Theatre (IMT) fulfill his creative needs, and he is happy to be involved again. Past credits include ‘A Tribute to Mining: an 8 minute musical’ (writer/performer), “White Star Lady’ (writer), ‘Ski Bum: the Musical’ (writer/performer), and ‘Mennonite Mafia: the Untold Story of Abraham Harms’ (writer/technician). With IMT,Mark’s writing skill, as well as his natural performing energy, are utilized to the fullest. The opportunity to work with Ms. Tremblay and Mr. Keiller on the Electro Social Club project is both an honour and a privilege.
Jane has worked in professional musical theatre for the last ten years. An honours graduate of the Canadian College of Performing Arts (CCPA), she co-founded her own production company Gotta Getta Gimmick, currently in it’s 11th season. She has extensive experience in the production of theatrical work in which she has also performed. After touring North America for three years with The Story Theatre company, Jane worked for The Belfry Theatre, Kaleidoscope Theatre, Okanagan Stage, CCPA, and The Royal British Columbia Museum (RBCM). Jane has worked in conjunction with Jessie Award winning director Shane Snow on numerous productions as both costume designer and performer.
Nadine has a degree in opera, a certificate in musical theatre (Canadian College of performing Arts,) has written the music to 5 IMT musicals and co-written 3 full length albums with Rupert Keiller under the pen name ‘Sexton Blake.’ When she is not creating, Tremblay spends the rest of her time as theatre manager of the Charles Bailey Theatre in Trail, directing the Rossland community Glee Club and teaching musical theatre to children through Triple Threat Productions. Tremblay continues performing and producing her independent production “Company Jump, a tribute to the Andrews sisters,” and performing with her band – www.sextonblakemusic.com
R.J. is a graduate of both The Canadian College Of Performing Arts and Red Deer College performing arts programs and is thrilled to be off the mean streets of Toronto and onto the bear infested streets of Rossland. R.J. has worked as an actor, designer and director for the last 10 yrs. Favorite performance credits include: ‘Canadian Comedy Cabaret’ (Smile Theatre) ‘Oil Rush’ (Victoria Petrolia Playhouse) ‘Emily’ (The Gateway), ‘The Inspector General’, ‘Bye Bye Birdie’ (Talk is Free Theatre), ‘Fort Steele’, ‘Anne of Green Gables’ (Kaleidoscope Theatre), ‘Songs for a New World’ (Critic’s Choice Award Best Musical), ‘Garage Sale’ (The Belfry), ‘My Fair Lady’, ‘Ah, Wilderness’ (Chemainus Theatre Festival), ‘Little Shop of Horrors’ (Gotta Getta Gimmick Productions). Favorite design credits include: set and costume design: ‘Shumskawlsing’ (Talk Is Free Theatre.) Set design: ‘The Shape Of Things’ (Volition) ‘A Mid-Summer Nights Dream’ and ‘Into The Woods’ (Company ‘C’), ‘Goodnight Desdemona, Good Morning Juliet’, (Canadian College of Performing Arts), ‘Little Shop Of Horrors’, ‘Pied Pipper’, ‘A Wiz Thru Oz’, (Getta Getta Gimmick). R.J is also a co-founder of Gotta Getta Gimmick Productions and was the Artistic Director and writer in residence for five seasons