Georgia is thrilled to be a part of the reincarnation of Snapshots! It’s such a beautiful piece, and it’s a blessing to bring it to life on stage with such an incredible cast and crew. Favourite recent credits include Sally in You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown (Globe) and Rosemary in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (TUTS), for which she won the Ovation and E.V Young Award for Outstanding Performance. You can see Georgia every weekend performing at the Giggle Dam theatre, sharpening her comedic skills and belting her guts out with her ‘Damily’. A sincere thank you to Max, Wendy and Chris for this incredible opportunity… And to her family, friends, and Matt for their constant love and support.
Cast of our 2015 production. Check out the cast of our new production, running Nov. 23rd to Dec. 2nd, 2017 at Canadian Music Centre in BC!
Over the past two decades, Steve Maddock has come to be known as one of Western Canada’s most versatile vocal talents. He’s appeared at numerous clubs and jazz festivals, been a soloist with The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra (A Traditional Christmas, Valentines Pops, Last Night of the Proms), and been featured on both CBC Radio (Tonic, Hot Air, The Early Edition, Sounds Like Canada) and CTV Television, where he lent his vocal talents to the opening and closing ceremonies of the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics.
Recent musical theatre roles include Daddy Warbucks in Annie (Royal City Musical Theatre Co.), El Gallo in The Fantasticks (Vancouver Playhouse), Beast in Disney’s Beauty And The Beast (Arts Club) and Pilate in Jesus Christ Superstar (Stage West Calgary). Steve has an extensive discography, both as a leader and sideman, and is planning a new release for the fall of 2016. He lives in Burnaby with his wife, singer/pianist Siri Olesen, and his two children, Aubrey and Kai. For more information visit www.stevemaddock.com.
Annabel’s career has spanned a few decades and many parts of Canada. Most recently she was seen at the Persephone Theatre in Saskatoon in Vanya, Sonia, Masha and Spike. Over the last few years she’s appeared in the Vancouver Playhouse production of La Cage Aux Folles, Peninsula Productions’ Blithe Spirit (playing Madame Arcati), the Winnipeg Studio Theatre production of My Mother’s Lesbian Jewish Wiccan Wedding, and Henry and Alice: Into the Wild at Theatre Northwest.
She has also appeared in numerous Arts Club Theatre productions including My Fair Lady, Evita, Private Lives, Coward Cabaret, The Thing About Men and Dinner With Friends. Other productions include the role of Anna in The King and I (Richmond Gateway), A Little Night Music (Vancouver Playhouse), Dads, the Musical (Richmond Gateway), A Streetcar Named Desire (Theatre Northwest), and Mom’s The Word (Belfry Theatre).
She is a recipient of two Jessie Richardson Awards, for Aunt Dan and Lemon and more recently for her performance in The Elephant Man. Film and television appearances include Arrow, If I Stay, Married Life, The L Word, The Client List, Smallville and Jumanji. She is also a certified 500 hour Yoga instructor. Annabel trained at Studio 58 and is a member of Canadian Actors’ Equity Association. Annabel lives in Kerrisdale with her partner Barry and two grown sons who come and go (boomerang generation) and her spectacularly beautiful Golden Doodle, Tosca, who was named for her favorite opera, not a brand of artichokes!
Daniel is very excited to be back on stage, in excellent company, after a three-year sabbatical. A graduate of the Capilano Musical Theatre program, Daniel has been seen on numerous stages around the lower mainland. Select credits include Lockwood/The History Boys (Arts Club), Frog/A Year with Frog and Toad (Gemini Theatre), Toby/Debts (Itsazoo), Butch Honeywell/The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (Exit22 OnStage) and Judah/Joseph…Dreamcoat (Footlight).
Daniel has been running various restaurants around Vancouver for a number of years and would like to thank his family for being ever supportive, his work family for covering shifts and his girlfriend for encouraging him to get back in the game.
Jocelyn is thrilled to be returning to the cast of this amazing production, and to share the stage with such a talented group of artists. She recently appeared in Les Miserables at the Arts Club Theatre Company, and in December, will be appearing as Maia in Theatre Calgary’s world premiere of Nicholas Lloyd Webber’s new musical, The Little Prince.
Jocelyn grew up in Fort Wayne, Indiana, where she began acting, singing, and dancing in regional productions at the age of seven. She holds a B.F.A. in Acting from the University of British Columbia, and then continued her studies at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts. In addition to acting on stage and in film, she has been playing classical piano and flute from a very young age, has trained in ballet, jazz, and tap, and is a classically trained vocalist. She most recently played Elle Woods in Legally Blonde (TUTS), for which she won an Ovation Award, an E.V. Young Award, an Aida Broadbent Award, and was a finalist on the CBC show Triple Sensation, receiving an award for Most Outstanding Actress. Other selected credits include Adrienne in Strawman, Anais Pnin in The Idiots Karamazov, Anastasie in Old Goriot, Beatrice in Unity 1918, Rose in Ruddigore, and Ariel in Footloose, to name a few. When she’s not performing, Jocelyn teaches voice, musical theatre, and acting to children at a few different academies throughout the Lower Mainland.
Thank you to the entire cast and creative team of Snapshots for this opportunity, and to da Costa Talent for their relentless dedication. A special thank you to my family, friends, and professors, whose tireless support and encouragement has helped shape me into the artist that I am today, and most importantly, to my husband, for his unwavering love and support.
Stephen Aberle graduated from Studio 58 and has worked in theatre, film, radio, TV and opera in Vancouver and other Canadian centres for over 35 years. Recent credits include Fagin in Oliver! at TUTS, Tevye in Fiddler on the Roof for Chemainus and Western Canada Theatre, People Like Vince for Green Thumb, All Shook Up for Chemainus and the Gateway, Uncle Vanya for Blackbird Theatre, and TV appearances on The L Word, The Guard and Supernatural. Stephen was part of the 2014 Vancouver production of Snapshots, and is delighted to return to work on this magical material with such a talented group of old friends and new colleagues.