Erin Hammond is from Flin Flon and is a graduate of the University of Winnipeg’s Honours Theatre Program. She has been an actor, playwright, producer and Arts Educator for 8 years. Selected writing and performing credits include: Lake Maniwannagohome... Read more
An Honours graduate from the University of Winnipeg's Department of Theatre and Drama, Rachelle is an actor, producer, playwright, director, designer, musician, singer, and clown! Rachelle has produced and directed plays for Parks Canadas and the Winnipeg International... Read more
Loc Lu has been a proud member of Green Kids since 2002. His first experience with the environmental group dates back further into his childhood where he can remember sitting in the audience and being entertainingly educated about the importance of the "3 R's." Loc has toured all over... Read more
John D Huston
This is John's 16th year in the professional theatre. He has appeared onstage in England, the United States and throughout Canada. A member of the Metis Nation of Saskatchewan, John has made an interesting living "culturally misappropriating the lives of dead white males",... Read more
Andrea has been a lover of theatre and the environment since she was a wee one growing up in Winnipeg. She completed her Honors degree in Theatre at the University of Winnipeg, and has performed with Prairie Theatre Exchange, Manitoba Theatre for Young People and Sarasvati... Read more
Carolyn Gray is a writer, actor, director, designer, and puppeteer. She is a founding member of Adhere and Deny, Winnipeg's only avant garde puppet theatre, which has been producing for over ten years. She has taught theatre to all ages at the Manitoba Theatre for Young People... Read more
Writer / Director
Brian Richardson is a theatre practitioner. As an actor, a playwright, a poet, a storyteller, folk musician, and a creator of ethno-fusion theatre he has experienced a wide range of performance experience. Brian also applies his craft in a field broadly categorised as Museum Theatre. The centre of that network is a very dedicated woman, Tessa Bridal, whose work in the Science Museum of Minnesota began the connecting theatre artists working in the fields of re-enactment, recreation, and education, to exchange and share ideas in a commonality. The work Brian does with Green Kids stems from that commonality as well as many years in theatre, and a number of years with Green Kids.
Teachers Resource Kit and Communications
Alix Sobler is a playwright, performer and freelance writer/communications professional. In addition to her business and public relations writing, she has written many plays, including five solo shows which she has performed all over North America. In 2003 her play "Testimony" was chosen as a finalist in the Edward Albee Last Frontier Playwrighting competition (ten-minute division) and the same play was performed at the Looking Glass Theatre in NYC in 2006. In 1996 she won the National Conversation Essay Competition (USA) for her piece entitled "I Pledge Allegiance to MTV". Her fiction has appeared in Prairie Fire and Rhubarb Magazine. Her comedy can often be heard on CBC's Definitely Not The Opera. Alix Sobler is a graduate of Brown University.
Show Consultant & Image Programming
Daina's first real paying acting gig was with Green Kids in 1996. She went on to perform in three tours with Green Kids before moving into the office as the Executive/Artistic Director from 1999 to 2001. Daina has spent most of her time since raising her daughter, Sativa, as well as working as an actor, director and mime around Winnipeg. She was one of the co-writers for Green Kids' 2006 Tour, "Happy Birthday Rex", and is excited to get to work with Green Kids again this year. Green Kids combines her two favorite things on this planet: theatre and, well, this planet.
Ronald George Moore is an actor, writer, and comedian from Winnipeg, Manitoba. The 2008 Palais Oops Tour will be his second with Green Kids as Road Manager. Along with instructing classes at The Manitoba Theatre for Young People, he has been involved with the Winnipeg Fringe Festival for fifteen years straight. He would like to thank everyone involved in this year's production.