Ash Catherwood

St. Peter (or just “Pete” for short)

Ash Catherwood has been acting for the better part of a decade. His experiences across various media have contributed to a unique and layered performance style. His work has been seen by audiences the world over. Some of his credits include the lead role in ‘The World’s Most Fabulous Object’ (TIFF), a co-creator and lead role in ‘Microwave Porn‘ (it’s famous… you should watch it) as well as many Canadian broadcast docudramas, commercials and short films.


Rodrigo Stoll


Rodrigo Fernandez-Stoll is an Actor/Artist from Toronto, Canada. Trained at the Humber College School of Creative and Performing Arts for comedy performance and has been working in films, television, voiceovers and commercials since leaving the school in 2005. Film/TV Credits include: Havana 57, Bloodletting and Miraculous cures, Sick, Ruby Skye P.I., Bail Enforcers, MuchMusic’s VOD. Rodrigo has also worked as a vocal consultant for both The Armoire directed by Jamie Travis (winner of Best Short Film at the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival) and Bravo’s Seven Sins short film series.


John Chou


John attended the American Musical and Dramatic Academy, in New York. After graduating, John had the good fortune to work with Pan Asian Repertory Theatre, one of the oldest Asian-American theatre companies in North America. John appeared in the world premieres of “Kwatz! The Tibetan Project” and “The Fan Tan King”, as well as various workshops with Pan Asian. While in New York, John also starred on “Uncle Morty’s Dub Shack”, an original sitcom produced by ImaginAsian TV, the first 24/7 Asian television network in the United States. Other New York credits include: “The Starfish Scream” (Horse Trade Theatre Group), “The Boy Who Would Be Asian” (New York Fringe Festival), and “A Call From Grace” (TSI/Playtime Series). Since returning to Toronto, John has appeared on both stage and screen, most recently in Fallen Rock Productions’ “RENT”. Other Toronto credits include: “Tights and Fights” (Gopher X), “Urban Legends 2” (NextFilm), “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels” (Hart House Theatre), and “Equus” (Hart House Theatre). John is a founding member of Magpie Theatre Company, and made his directorial debut in their musical revue, “One For Sorrow, Two For Joy”.


Natalie Kulesza 


Born and raised in Toronto, Natalie is a multi-disciplined creator with a focus on acting.
Over the years she has also expanded herself as a writer, director and producer. Natalie
has numerous stage and film credits, including ʻThe Worldʼs Most Fabulous
Objectʼ (TIFF selection), the Toronto premiere of The Eight: Reindeer Monologues
(which she also directed), and Neil LaButeʼs Some Girl(s). She is also excited to have
written and produced her 1st short film Lost Cause in 2011.


Matt Nadeau


Matt hails from a many-splendid theatre and TV background, with an extensive background in sketch, comedy and sometimes even sketch comedy.





Matt Carvery   —-  Alvin
Jason Leaver    —-    Mark
Megan Poole    —-    Jo the Cop
Dani Baker        —-    Mary Magdelene
Kate Conway   —-    Jennifer