- By Allana Harkin
March 8 - March 30
An incredibly determined realtor - decides that her client, Joel, is as much of a “fixer-upper” as the house he lives in. With the addition of Joel’s soon-to-be-ex wife looking to get divorce papers signed and her “man purse”-toting beauty entrepreneur boyfriend in tow, Emma focuses all her considerable energy into developing the curb appeal of the house - as well as its inhabitant.
Playwright - James Yaffe
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Dale is a retired elementary school teacher and is enjoying her retirement life with two cats and Butch. Her connection with Central Alberta Theatre has been a creative, fun, and challenging hobby for over 20+ years. She has performed in numerous CAT
plays and is now enjoying her directing adventures. Dale looks forward to working with the Real Estate production team and hopes that you’ll be completely entertained with the show!
as - Estelle Hopper
Heather is excited to be part of her first dinner theatre with Central Alberta Theatre. She started with CAT in February 2018 with a role in the Sherlock Holmes One Acts, playing Jane Wilson in The Red-Headed League. She also played Beatrice Sholto in Sherlock Holmes: The Sign of Four, and has been Assistant Stage Manager for 2 other Sherlock Holmes instalments, The Biscombe Valley Mystery and The Second Stain. Outside of the theatre Heather is a pediatric physiotherapist with Alberta Health Services and an avid road cyclist.
as - Joel Hopper
Trysten is a new face in the Red Deer acting scene. He's a recent graduate from Red Deer College's Theatre Performance and Creation Program, as well as the Motion Picture Arts Acting Program. You can see him as Inspector Lestrade in The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes or in some student films from Red Deer College. Be sure to keep an eye out for him!
“Enjoy the show!” - Trysten
as - Emma Bard
Central Alberta Theatre is where Kirstin first began acting and she considers it her second home. Her first show was 2017’s Five Women Wearing the Same Dress directed by Craig Scott. Her other credits with CAT include Unnecessary Farce, Some Girl(s), and Crimes of the Heart. She has no plans on slowing down and cannot wait to see what is to come at CAT. Thank you for supporting the arts in Central Alberta!
as - Ted Phillips
A Tree House Youth Theatre alumni, Michael Richard has been with Central Alberta Theater since 1996. Through high school he continued in drama, exploring lights sound and directing for zones festivals. He studied technical theater studies at Red Deer College and also plays guitar. His lifelong passion for the arts drives him to pursue film and photography work in his spare time.